Service Opportunities

Montana Conservation Corps is an AmeriCorps national service program that serves communities and conservation needs throughout the northern range of the Rocky Mountains.  Young adult participants enroll as AmeriCorps members who serve between 3-9 months.

Montana Conservation Corps has many field opportunities coming up in 2015.  These opportunities range from 5-9 month enrollments or summer-only opportunities.  All of these opportunities provide students with an education award and hands-on experience that will be a great addition to their resume.

There is also a special opportunity for Armed Forces Veterans and Service Members through Montana Conservation Corps called the Veterans Green Corps.  This is a field-based opportunity in which participants enroll as AmeriCorps members who dedicate a term of service to the betterment of America’s public lands.

Representatives from MCC will be on campus Tuesday, March 10th from 10 am-noon in the Richardson Hall 2nd floor knuckle.  You can apply for Montana Conservation Corps online and if you have any questions before then about the MCC, please contact Smai Fullerton at or (406)-587-4475.

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Winter Career Fairs

Winter career fairs are quickly approaching!

All Majors Career Fair: February 18th, 11am-4pm

Employers including Airgas, Georgia-Pacific, Roseburg Forest Products, and the U.S. Forest Service will be in the CH2M Hill Alumni Center on February 18th from 11am-4pm to meet with prospective employees.  All majors are welcome to attend! Click here to view the complete list of employers attending the all majors winter career fair.

Engineering Career Fair: February 19th, 11am-4pm

The Winter 2015 Engineering Career Fair is taking place on February 19th from 11am-4pm in the CH2M Hill Alumni Center as well.  Click here to view the complete list of employers attending the Engineering Career Fair.

Many of the employers at these job fairs will be conducting interviews the day after the event.  So remember to bring your up to date resume and dress your best at the winter career fairs!

If you have any questions, please contact the College of Forestry Student Services Office at 541-737-1594.

Good luck!



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Multi-Institutional Study of Leadership

Happy Week 5 College of Forestry!

Are you interested in leadership opportunities?  Here is an exciting new opportunity for Oregon State University undergraduate students:

The Multi-Institutional Study of Leadership (MSL) is an international research study focused on understanding the influences of higher education in shaping socially responsible leadership capacity and other leadership related outcomes (e.g., efficacy, cognitive skills, and resiliency). The MSL is one of the largest studies of undergraduate college student leadership* to date. OSU is only one of 250 campuses world-wide who will participate in the upcoming 2015 study.

The goal of the MSL is to increase student participation.  Over 4000 undergraduate students have been invited to participate and are entered to win gift cards worth up to $500.

OSU wants to hear your story! Your participation in the MSL survey will directly shape how OSU helps all students find opportunities to do things that matter and positively transform our world.

Don’t miss your chance to shape leadership opportunities at OSU!  For more information about the MSL visit:

Remember, beavers make great leaders, so look into the MSL today!

Good luck on midterms!


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Employer Info Nights

Are you looking for a summer internship?  Or perhaps a job after you graduate in the spring?

Employers from multiple companies will be on campus in the upcoming weeks, ready to network with you and perhaps even schedule an interview!  Make sure to mark the following dates on your calendars:

  • January 22: Lone Rock Timber will be in Peavy 256 from 5:00-6:30 pm, pizza will be provided.  They have several internships and full time positions.  Interview sign-up sheets are located in the Student Services Office, Pvy 250, for interviews on Jan. 23rd.
  • January 26: Plum Creek will be in Peavy 256 from 5:00-6:00 pm.  Attend the session to learn about interview opportunities that are scheduled for Jan. 27th.
  • January 27: Olympic Resource Management will be in Peavy 256 from 5:00-6:00 pm.  Pizza will be provided.
  • January 28: Stimson Lumber will be in Peavy 256 from 6:30-7:30.  Pizza will be provided.
  • February 3: Linn County Parks & Recreation will be in Peavy 276 from 10:30-11:30 AM.

Also note that Tuesday, February 3rd is the SAF Job Fair from 10 am to 3 pm, located in the Richardson Knuckles.

  • Idaho Department of Lands will be visiting the SAF Job Fair on Feb. 3rd, and conducting interviews on Feb. 4th.  Job descriptions for summer/seasonal positions and interview sign-up sheets are available at the Student Services Office, Pvy 250.

Even if you are a freshman this year, you are welcome and encouraged to attend these events. Employers notice the people that show up each year to the job fair and they get to know them that much better!

If you have any questions about these upcoming events, please contact the Student Services Office, located in Pvy 250, or call 541-737-1594.

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My Study Life

College can be overwhelming, to say the least.  Your schedule varies day to day, there’s tests scattered randomly around, it’s really easy to forget the little assignments mentioned in class, and sometimes it just gets to be too much trying to remember everything.  Even using a paper planner, sometimes it gets forgotten at home when something new is assigned in class.  If this sounds like what happens to you, check out My Study Life!

My Study Life can do many things for the average college student.

  • Manage Classes- your schedule, online!  With week and day rotation timetable support, this turns your academic years/terms into tasks
  • Track Tasks- homework, assignments, reminders, and revision.  Leave your paper planner at home, because with this app, you will never need it again
  • Store Exams- Accessible anywhere, exams will never sneak up on you again, giving you ample time to prepare and ace that exam
  • Get Notified- the mobile app of My Study Life gives you notifications of unfinished tasks, upcoming exams, and classes before they start.

My Study Life gives college students the opportunity to focus on what’s really important: learning.  Instead of using all of their time and energy worrying about what is coming next, My Study Life allows students to worry about the content of their classes and can help make the transition to college life easier and more successful.

Give My Study Life a try this term!

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Upcoming Employer Connections!

Welcome back to school CoF students!  As winter term rapidly gets underway, there are some important dates to keep in mind! Potential employers will be on campus the next few months to talk to YOU about your professional future.  Mark these dates on your calendar, and don’t forget your resume!

Employer Info Nights- Peavy 256

  • January 14: Timber Products Company, 4:00-6:00 pm
  • January 15: Sierra Pacific Industries, 5:00-6:00 pm
  • January 20: Hancock Forest Management, 4:00-6:00 pm

**Check the CoF Jobs Page for summer internships from these companies that have already been posted**

Professional Workshops (Sponsored by SAF Student Chapter)

  • January 14: “Resume Writing/Construction”
  • January 21: “Professional Presence/Dressing for the Interview”
  • January 28: “Interview Skills”

**All sessions begin at 5:30 pm in Richardson Hall, Room 107

SAF Student Chapter Job Fair

Thursday, February 3rd from 10:00 am-3:00 pm located in all 3 knuckles of Richardson Hall.

If you have any questions about these upcoming events, or would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact the Student Services Office, located in 250 Peavy Hall, or call us at 541-737-1594!

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Forest Service summer jobs!

Students, looking for a great summer job with the Forest Service?

Job opportunities for UPCOMING seasonal positions are found here:

Applications are accepted Jan. 6th-12th (for all jobs) and February 4th-12th (for limited jobs). Go here TO APPLY during those dates:

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What’s in YOUR future?

The future depends on what you do today- Mahatma Gandhi

Are you a graduating senior?

Have you considered going to graduate school?  The OSU College of Business has a visit scheduled January 7, 2015 from 5:00-6:00 PM in Peavy Hall, Room 256, to discuss their MBA program with College of Forestry students. The MBA offers many tracks and degrees, including Business Analytics, Commercialization, Executive Leadership, Wealth Management, Global Operations, and Marketing.  An MBA can be earned in as little as 9 months, and students can attend class full-time or part-time.  Contact Melissa Almanza if you have any questions about the MBA program.  Her office is located in Austin Hall, 326E.  Email her at

Ready to enter the work force?  Check out the OSU Alumni Association!  They offer many career resources, including Beavers Behind the Scenes, Career Connections, Beaver Careers, a LinkedIn Group, and Virtual Career Guidance.

Are you a current undergraduate student?

Remember that the SAF Job Fair is quickly approaching.  On February 3, 2015, potential employers will fill the knuckles of Richardson Hall.  Are you ready to wow them?  To ensure you are, schedule a time to meet with Career Services!  They can help you update your resume and schedule a mock interview.

Are you looking to improve your marketability to potential employers?

The OSU Alumni Association is offering a webinar entitled “Master the Art and Science of Interviewing“.

You will learn:

1.    How to wow interviewers when asked, “Is there anything you’d like to ask us?”

2.   The behaviors hiring managers are looking for in candidates.

3.   Dozens of questions and simple research exercises you can use at an interview to make you more memorable than your competitors.

Coming soon: “Backpacks to Briefcases,” a workshop given by Student Alumni Ambassador Ashley Levario, designed to give students the skills needed to be successful in the professional world and to aid in the transition from student to employee.  This workshop will be in April, check back for the specific date and time!

Good luck on finals!

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Student Job Fair- Utilizing Career Services

It’s Dead Week Beaver Nation!  That means that classes for fall term are coming to an end and the much anticipated winter break is upon us.  Whatever will we do with all of our free time?!

One productive thing we could do (besides filling out our 2015-16 Scholarship Application) is to begin preparing for the 2015 SAF Student Chapter Job Fair, happening on February 3rd! So, what are some good ways to prepare?

Follow these steps:

  • Update your resume over Winter break
  • Schedule a time to visit Career Services, located in Kerr B008, early in the winter term.  They will review your resume and you can schedule a mock interview
  • Look through your closet and make sure you have what it takes to dress for success!

You can visit the Career Services website for tips and tools to make your resume attractive and professional, as well as get more information on how to impress future employers.

As always, if you have any questions about the Job Fair, stop by the Student Services Office, located in Peavy 250!

Good luck on finals and have a safe and fun holiday season!


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Scholarship Application Now Open for 2015-2016

Being a college student is expensive.  Students work hard, in and out of the classroom and there is an opportunity to be rewarded for all of that diligent labor!  The College of Forestry Scholarship Application for the 2015-2016 Academic Year is now open!

To be eligible to receive a scholarship award ALL students must:

  • Maintain full-time enrollment (at least 12 credits) during Fall, Winter, and Spring terms.
  • The College of Forestry must be on record as your primary college (for students who have double majors).
  • Make reasonable and continued progress toward your College of Forestry degree program while receiving a scholarship.
  • If dual enrolled in the Degree Partnership Program, at least 6 of the minimum 12 required per term credits must be at OSU.  You also must provide the CoF proof of your community college registration.
  • Maintain high academic standards (generally considered to be at least a 3.0 OSU Accumulative GPA for continuing students; minimum GPA expectations are similar for first-year students and transfer students).

Through the generosity of our donors, the College awarded over $500,000 in undergraduate scholarships for the 2014-15 academic year with individual awards ranging from $1,000 – $9,000. The average cumulative GPA of those students awarded was 3.53. While scholarships are generally based on academic performance, some are specific to need, degree program, or other criteria set by our donors, so don’t hesitate to apply.

The scholarship deadline is March 15, 2015!

If you have any questions about the scholarship application process, please don’t hesitate to contact the Student Services Office at 547-737-1594!

Good luck on your application!

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