Remote Volunteer and Internship Opportunities Making a Difference
Remote internships and volunteer opportunities are available this Winter! OSPIRG Students give college students experience in political organizing and civic engagement. We provide interns and volunteers with opportunities to build leadership skills in grassroots organizing while working in the community on a variety of service and education projects. Our focus this winter is our clean energy campaign, working to commit Oregon to 100% clean electricity. We are also working to alleviate food and housing insecurity and make textbooks more affordable. Interested in making an impact in your community and learning important leadership skills along the way? Fill out this volunteer interest form!
Interns & Volunteers will:
- Gain firsthand experience into the campaigning process
- Sharpen your communication skills by working with the media
- Learn to develop and run an effective campaign
- Gain experience recruiting and working with volunteers
- Learn to build a coalition and work with coalition partners
- Work remotely while making an impact
We are working hard on college campuses across the state to commit Oregon to 100% clean energy, alleviate food and housing insecurity, and make textbooks more affordable. Want to join the effort? Fill out the interest form today! Make a difference! Want to show support for clean energy in Oregon? Sign this petition!
CAPS Outreach Student Assistant
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is looking for a passionate student to join our student outreach team to assist with outreach planning, programming, and implementation of mental health programming for BIPOC students including working at CAPS’ information tables at various events throughout the year. Oregon State University’s (OSU) Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) is strongly committed to affirming diversity in a broad sense, to treating all with dignity and respect, and to opposing discrimination, prejudice, and oppression. Because OSU is a predominantly and historically white institution (PWI), it is especially critical that we center the experiences and needs of students and staff with marginalized identities, and that we provide comprehensive, holistic support that is specifically designed to meet those needs. We are an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer, and strongly encourage applications from members of historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, LGBTQ+ community members, and others who demonstrate the ability to help us achieve our vision of a diverse, inclusive, and just community. This recruitment will be used to fill 2 part-time (a maximum of 20 hours per week) Student Outreach positions for Counseling & Psychological Services at Oregon State University. To learn more and apply visit: https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/96674
Summer START Leader Recruitment
New Student Programs and Family Outreach is recruiting students for 2021 Summer START Leaders. If you are interested in sharing your OSU story and engaging with incoming students attending summer START sessions, then consider applying for this opportunity. You can apply for this opportunity on the OSU Student Employment Portal.
Student Employment Opportunities
Student Services posts current job and internship opportunities that are relevant and interesting to students. Check out the Student Employment Opportunities website to find your next job or internship!
Update your profile and upload your resume on Handshake to connect with employers, schedule interviews, and register for career fairs and events. Need to make an appointment with Career Development Career Advisor, Britt Hoskins? You can do that on Handshake too! Stop by the Student Services Office to find out about Britt’s CoF office hours!
Job Announcements Blog
Ron Reuter, the Assistant Dean and Natural Resources Program Lead of OSU Cascades, is starting a blog page for job announcements. Visit his site to find jobs now!