Explore Accounting Career Opportunities

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Getting Ahead of the Game: How to Score a Nike Internship

Nike’s University Relations recruiter recently came to campus to share all about their Nike Summer Internship Program and insights into how to elevate your application and nail the interview. Duck alums and current Nike employees Samantha Little, Brice Kanehira, and Alyssa Huque also joined to share their perspectives to ensure our students can prepare for the fall application season and secure a Nike internship of their own!

By Avery
Avery Career Peer Educator
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Internships That Launch Careers

On Wednesday, May 22 I facilitated a conversation during Industry Bites: Internships That Launch Careers with UO alum and assistant manager of global hardlines at The Walt Disney Company, Alexia Muller, and current student and upcoming graduate, Elliot Nichols for a special panel about their career paths, what they’ve done to succeed, and how they engaged with and nurtured relationships in their industries.

By Lucy
Lucy Career Peer Educator
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Career Exploration Through Internships Part 2: Getting Ready for Fall Applications

It takes so many students by surprise that many applications for summer internships open in the fall, especially for large companies and organizations. Here’s how you can prepare for internship recruiting season.

By Claire Wu (She/Her)
Claire Wu (She/Her) Associate Director, Career Strategy
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Getting the Job

On Tuesday, May 24, I attended Industry Bites: Getting the Job featuring special guest experts Angela Sparks (Moss Adams), Brandon Nguyen (Oregon Health & Science University), and JD Van Alstyne (UO Mohr Career Services). Here are my top takeaways from the incredible conversation.

By Kayim Levy (He/His)
Kayim Levy (He/His) Career Peer Educator
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Career Exploration Through Internships Part 1: Strategies to Make the Most of Your Summer Break

You might already know that internships are great way to leverage summer break and gain valuable experience that can help you secure a job after you graduate. But if you don’t have an internship lined up for this summer, don’t worry. Here are some things you can do over the summer to prepare you for your next big internship or job.

By Avery
Avery Career Peer Educator
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