Accounting Meet the Firms (Fall Term) - This event is a career fair for accounting students featuring public accounting firms, private industry companies and government agencies that recruit accounting majors. Travel Friday – Employers host students on-site at their company for a deeper look into company culture, employment opportunities, and networking with key members of the company.
Oregon State Grow Your Career Webinar Series: Ace Your Interview Like a STAR!
Each session includes an in-depth discussion about the company and different career paths available, and may offer the opportunity to meet recruiters or leaders afterward.
Lunch and Learn - Industry professionals assist students with professional development throughout the academic year.
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