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Employment Services, part of the UO Career Center, provides job listings to students looking for part-time or temporary jobs, work-study positions, internships, and full-time job opportunities. Listings are available on UO-JobLink, located on the center’s website. To view these opportunities, students and alumni may access their accounts by entering their Duck ID on the website.
A majority of UO students are employed in part-time work. Students who want part-time work should visit the website after determining class schedules. University students enjoy a well-deserved reputation with Eugene-Springfield employers as reliable, dependable, hard-working, and intelligent employees.
Part-Time Job Opportunities. Short-term, seasonal, and long-term opportunities are available throughout the year. Career Center staff members meet with local employers to increase the number and variety of job postings for UO students.
Full-Time Job Opportunities. Opportunities are offered by employers throughout the United States and the world via UO-JobLink. In addition, the Career Center hosts more than 200 campus visits each year by employers eager to interview students for entry-level positions in a variety of industries.
Federal Work-Study Program and UO Work-Study Program. These programs are for students who have applied for financial aid and have been awarded work-study positions as part of their aid package. Jobs are listed in the student jobs database, accessed through UO-JobLink.
Internships. Opportunities for paid and unpaid internships, which may lead to full-time employment, are available via UO-JobLink and the Go Intern! Program (formerly the Career Development Internship Program).