Calling OSU undergraduate students!  PROMISE Internship applications for summer 2014 are now available online.  Applications are due March 22, 2014.  Apply today!

Are you looking for a paid summer internship that is more than just a job?

Want to gain skills to be competitive in the workforce after you graduate?

PROMISE is a ten-week developmental internship program designed for OSU undergraduate students designed to provide professional or technical paid work experience and mentoring at OSU, state, and local agencies.  Historically under-represented students are encouraged to apply.  For more information and program requirements:

Please attend PROMISE Summer Internship info and application support sessions to learn more. 


Thursday, March 6, 2-4 pm; and Wednesday, March 12, 12:30-2:30 pm

Location: Native American Longhouse

General info:

- 10 weeks; 40 hours per week; begins

- $10/hr internships in OSU campus departments and in local community

- Possible positions include: graphic art, web design, agriculture, youth development, research and more

Some benefits of being a PROMISE intern include:

- Increase your professional toolkit

- Build confidence in the workplace

- Develop your networking skills

- Gain from a meaningful experience

- Belong to a learning community of interns

To apply to be a sponsor for an intern please visit:

The PROMISE program is sponsored by Intercultural Student Services and the Office of Equity and Inclusion.

For more information or inquiries, please contact:

The Associated Students of Oregon State University (ASOSU), University Housing & Dining Services (UHDS), INTO University Partners, New Student Programs & Family Outreach, and the OSU Office of the Dean of Student Life, are working together to present the first annual OSU Off-Campus Housing Expo. The expo is to be held March 6th from 11am-3pm in OSU’s Memorial Union Ballroom. The expo will be a chance for property managers to showcase their businesses and prospective properties to students; for Corvallis and Benton County civic agencies to provide students with relevant information about responsibly living in our community

 If you are interested in accessing and applying for other VA benefits such as medical, disability, VA home loan information, etc., come see the new Benton County VSO, Mary Newman.  Mary will be on campus in my office (Registrar Office) the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month 1:00 to 4:00. Mary’s first day on campus will be Thursday, March 6, 2014.  If you are interested in an appointment please call Mary at 541-758-1595 or email   


 “Let’s Talk” is a program that provides drop-in confidential consultation to Veterans and ROTC Cadets at OSU. It’s free, no appointment is necessary, and students are seen on a first-come, first-served basis.

This service will be available on Mondays from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Winter term weeks 4-10 in the MU JPLC Talisman Room.

Speaking with a counselor consultant can help provide insight, solutions, and information about other resources.

Let’s Talk is not a substitute for formal counseling and doesn’t constitute mental health treatment, but the counseling consultant can listen to your specific problems and introduce you to what it’s like to speak to a counselor.

No topic is off limits. Common concerns include:

  • stress
  • sadness
  • worry
  • relationships
  • academic performance
  • family problems
  • financial struggles

 Who should visit Let’s Talk?

 Any Veteran at OSU or ROTC Cadet can come to a Let’s Talk consultation, but it’s the best fit for student veterans or cadets who:

 Aren’t sure about counseling or wonder what it’s like to talk to a counselor;

  • Aren’t interested in ongoing counseling but would like the perspective of a counselor;
  • Have a specific problem and would like someone with whom to talk it through; or
  • Have a concern about a friend or family member and would like ideas about what to do.

 Questions about Let’s Talk?

 Contact Beth Wasylow, PhD, Licensed Psychologist at 541-737-2131 or

 The Let’s Talk Program at Oregon State University is based on the Let’s Talk Program at Cornell University.

 What happens at a visit to Let’s Talk?

 When you come to the site, look to see if the office door is open. If it is, please come on in. If the door is closed, have a seat in a nearby chair and wait a few minutes until the counselor consultant comes to greet you. When you two meet, the counselor consultant will listen closely to your concerns, possibly ask questions and provide, support, perspective and suggestions for resources.

What should I do if the Let’s Talk counselor consultant is already meeting with someone?

If the counselor consultant is already meeting with someone, the office door will be closed with a sign indicating that the office is occupied. In this case, please have a seat in a nearby chair and wait for the counselor consultant to come out and greet you. The wait is usually not long.

How is Let’s Talk different from counseling at CAPS?

Counselors at CAPS provide ongoing counseling, which usually consists of weekly or bi-monthly

45-50 minute appointments. Let’s Talk is not formal counseling; it is a drop-in service where student veterans and cadets can have an informal consultation with a counselor consultant from time to time.

Need help with an urgent mental health crisis? CAPS offers 24-hour crisis intervention services for enrolled students or for those who are concerned about an enrolled student. If you are feeling desperate or thinking about suicide, or you’re afraid for the well being of someone you know, you can call CAPS at 541-737-2131.

I think I have a problem that would benefit from counseling, but I don’t know anything about it. Would going to Let’s Talk help me figure out what to do?

Absolutely. The counselor consultant will help you talk through your issues and help you determine the best way to get help. If you feel comfortable with the counselor consultant, it is sometimes possible to meet with her at CAPS in an on-going way.

 Let’s Talk visits are confidential. Are there any limits to confidentiality?

 Conversations are confidential, with a few very rare exceptions. Counselors may need to share information in an emergency when there is an immediate threat of harm to self or others. Counselors are required by law to report when a minor, elderly person, or someone otherwise incapacitated and unable to act on his/her own behalf is being abused. Let’s Talk counselors keep brief written notes of their contacts with students, and in the event that there is an emergency or a student is referred to CAPS, other CAPS staff may see these notes. Finally, these notes can be released in the unlikely event of a court order.

 The student veteran or cadet will co-develop and co-sign a brief record of contact.

 Let’s Talk visits are never reported on a student’s official university record.

We don’t want anything to be a barrier to students accessing help. If you have further questions about confidentiality, we encourage you to discuss them with the Let’s Talk counselor consultant.


The Office of the Associate Provost for Academic Success and Engagement, the Academic Success Center, and UHDS have collaborated in the creation of a new live-in student position for 2014-15: Academic Learning Assistants (ALAs).  ALAs are responsible for providing academic support and faculty engagement opportunities in their assigned residential community.  ALAs are primarily supervised by a Resident Director, and will receive training and programmatic direction from Academic Success Center staff.  They provide an array of services to support residential students in the adjustment to the academic rigors of Oregon State University. ALAs work to cultivate strong academic habits and college knowledge, promote engagement with university resources, and assist students in navigating the university landscape. These services range from 1-to-1 meetings with students to hall- wide programming initiatives.  Beginning in the fall, there will be one ALA in each residential community on campus (14 total).

Applications are due on February 14, 2014.

Please contact  or  if you have questions about the position

The Eugene District Office of the OR/WA Bureau of Land Management is outreaching to fill a planned 1 year internship opportunity at our Springfield, Oregon location. We expect to post an announcement for a Pathways Program Recent Graduate Internship on USAJobs in the near future. The position is expected to be announced as a Financial Technician, GS-0503-6/7. Primary responsibilities of the Intern will include accounting, purchasing, collections and billing, and budgeting functions utilizing our automated systems. Please review the the following information at your convenience and contact the undersigned with any questions.


BLM Eugene District

Anticipatedvacancyannouncement: February 15, 2014  


The vacancyannouncement forthisposition, whenopen, will be postedonthe USAJOBSwebsite, the

U.S.Governmentsofficialsite forjobsandemployment information:



The Eugene District isconsideringoptionsforfillinga GS-0503-6/7 Financial Technician position as an excepted service, developmental experience appointment expected to last only 1 year under the BLM Pathways Recent Graduates Program. The dutystationwill be located inEugene, Oregon.  Eligible applicants include recent Graduates who in the previous 2 years have completed a degree from a qualifying educational institution.  Veterans precluded by a military service obligation have up to 6 years after completion of degree or certificate to apply.  The purpose ofthisOutreachNotice istoassist indeterminingthe interest level inthe vacancyandhelpdetermine howthe positionwill be advertised.

More information on the Pathways Program can be found at:

DUTIES:  The incumbent will provide administrative support services to District and Resource Area staff by assisting with the operation of multiple automated financial systems. Primary duties entail coordinating the District’s government charge card program as Agency/Organization Program Coordinator (A/OPC) and being a primary Financial and Business Management System (FBMS) operator for the District.  The incumbent will assist with the recording, monitoring and control of financial transactions utilizing the Collections and Billing System (CBS) and assist budget and accounting staffs that operate the Timber Sales Information System (TSIS) in support of District and Resource Area staff.

Donald Ehrich, HR Staff Administrator
Div of S
pt Servs, Eugene District Office
3106 Pierce Pkwy, Springfield, OR 97477
541-683-6420/Cell 541-895-4309


The Dixon Dream Project is a new project geared at creating an all-inclusive wellness center that would potentially house Rec Sports, CAPS, and others. Currently this project is fairly student run and they are in need of more student participation.

If students are interested in getting involved the next meeting will be Friday, February 7th at 1:00pm in the Dixon Upper Class Room.

Be an integral part of the smart decisions that help Intel stay on leading edge of the technology industry

Intel Logo

Friday, January 31, 2014 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (MST)

As the world’s largest chip manufacturer, Intel strives to make every facet of semiconductor manufacturing state-of-the-art, from semiconductor process development and manufacturing, through yield improvement to final test and optimization, and lastly packaging.

US Military Veterans: Your service prepared you as one of the best-trained, most value-driven performers in the world. Intel’s mission is to connect and enrich the lives of every person on earth. Put them together, and it’s called brilliant! Your talents. Our mission. A winning combination. Join us in our journey to change the world. Intel is looking for military veterans to start a career with a mission as big as the world. Start this journey by registering for Intel’s Military Veteran Virtual Career Fair on Friday, 31 Jan, from 10AM to 12PM (MST).

The first 30 minutes will be reserved for an overview of Intel’s Military Veteran programs and recruitment efforts. The rest of the time will be used for veterans to personally chat with Intel recruiters. In addition to a general Intel Military Veterans booth, the following Intel hiring groups will be represented: 1) Sales & Marketing, 2) Software & IT, 3) Manufacturing & Engineering, 4) Supply Chain Management.

To register for this event, please copy and paste this link into your browser:

Also, upload your resume by applying to this requisition for the event: or by searching for req# 725962

This event is open to all US Military veterans whether you are seeking an internship or a full-time role. Finally, all attendees will be entered to win an Intel powered Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0.

Visit the Intel Military Veteran career sites at
Join our group on LinkedIn – Search “Intel Military Veterans”


UHDS is looking for students who are excited to lead a team of students and will ensure our guests and residents have an outstanding experience in our halls. They need folks with strong communication skills, excellent work ethic, and a positive attitude. Full position descriptions, hiring timelines, and the application are available at

Applications for our Building Services Assistant and Conference Building Assistant positions will open on March 3, 2014.

UHDS Residential Conferences and Building Services is currently hiring our student leadership team for Spring and Summer 2014. This team consists of Lead Building Services Assistants (2), Conference Building Managers (4), and a Scholar Housing Manager (1). We are looking for students who are excited to lead a team of students and will ensure our guests and residents have an outstanding experience in our halls. We need folks with strong communication skills, excellent work ethic, and a positive attitude. Full position descriptions, hiring timelines, and the application are available at

Lead Building Services Assistants lead a team of six Building Services Assistants. Lead BSAs work with Residential Conferences Management to coordinate work related to bed lofting, linen and laundering, and related tasks. They will develop and lead spring and summer trainings. Lead BSAs will gain supervision, work management, and quality control experience and skills—and will receive support and guidance from our management team. Compensation: $9.70-10.45 per hour. Please read the position description for more information about position duties, compensation, and work schedule.

Conference Building Managers will gain supervision, management, and significant customer service experience. CBMs manage a variety of logistics and client needs, develop and lead parts of staff training. CBMs will receive a high level of support, and Residential Conferences Management will work with you to deepen your problem solving and critical thinking skills. CBMs earn $1920/month and are provided a room on campus. Please read the position description for more information about position duties, compensation, and work schedule.

The Scholar Housing Manager works with Residential Conference Management to ensure the success of our Scholar Housing program. The SHM will gain significant administrative and customer service experience in this position. The SHM will manage a variety of logistics and client needs, develop and lead parts of staff training, and manage the Scholar Housing Front Desk. As with the other positions, the SHM will receive a high level of support. The SHM earns $1920/month and have the option to live on or off campus. Please read the position description for more information about position duties, compensation, and work schedule.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us! We are excited to read your application and learn more about your talents and skills.

Aimee Scrivens

Dawn Snyder


If you are a Veteran and looking for a career in the financial world, here are some companies to explore.

American Corporate Partners (ACP)

ACP connects Vets with a mentor in their target industry for one year and offers a free online community of experts to answer most questions related to transition and some benefits. The program is free and the online application is relatively straight forward.
You can find ACP here: .

Wall Street Warfighters Foundation (WSWF)

WSWF offers a cost-free (to Veteran), total immersion, 6-month prep experience for Vets interested in a career in finance. WSWF accepts applications year-round and offers both an on-site program in Philadelphia, PA, and an evolving distance option that achieves the same outcomes. You can find WSWF here:
Goldman Sachs – Veteran Integration Program (VIP)

Goldman Sachs accepts applications for its highly-competitive Veteran diversity initiative – Veteran Integration Program – or (VIP) each spring.  You can find GS’ VIP program here:
JP Morgan – Veteran Internship Program (VIP)

JP Morgan accepts applications for its highly-competitive Veteran diversity initiative – Veteran Internship Program – or (VIP) each summer. Selection criteria are more stringent than other programs, so visit their site for details:

NYSE Euronext Veteran Associate Program (VAP)

NYSE Euronext accepts applications for its highly-competitive Veteran diversity initiative – Veteran Associate Program – or (VAP) each spring. VAP participants serve in various financial roles at major financial centers in NYC (NYSE) and Chicago (CBOE).  NYSE Euronext has not published information for a 2014 class as of yet, but I’d expect info & application season to open by April for summer interns. Visit their site periodically for updates: