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A successful job search takes time, energy, and organization! Here at Oregon Tech we want to help you start developing the materials and skills needed to achieve success while job hunting. You can get help writing your resume and cover letter through Career Services. Feel free to contact their office any time 541.885.1020.

Career Services Contact Information

Jan Goodyear

Jan Goodyear, Admin Program Specialist

OfficeKlamath Falls Campus

Student Services and Internship Contact Information

Brittany Miles, Academic Support Specialist

OfficeWilsonville

Greening of Oregon's Workforce

The Department of Labor awarded $5,383,568 in ARRA funds for Oregon’s green jobs proposal in late January 2010. Oregon’s proposal was submitted through the Oregon Workforce Investment Board, and local workforce boards in Oregon. Oregon Tech’s $150,000 internship portion of the grant will be administered by Worksystems, Inc. and must benefit individuals who are U.S. citizens or those who have legal work status in the U.S.

The resources will be used to implement the Greening of Oregon’s Workforce project to develop local networks that will deliver engineering internships in green occupations. Internships will prepare workers for engineering careers in energy efficiency and renewable energy industries, including occupations that have long-term demand, offer the potential for high-wage, career-pathway jobs, and support local sourcing and innovation.

Oregon Tech, working in partnership with Worksystems, Inc., community colleges and industry partners, will develop engineering internships inside Oregon’s energy companies, for its Electrical, Mechanical, and Renewable Energy Engineering or Engineering Technology students. Companies that have committed to provide innovative internship opportunities for students to enhance their work experience and employability are Portland General Electric, Vestas America, Solar World, and other smaller companies in the focus industries: Renewable Energy, Green Building Practices, Advanced Drive Train and Energy Efficient Vehicles, and Supply Chain Manufacturing.

Downloadable documents such as a description and application for companies are available under "Grant-Supported Internships".

Internship Opportunities for Oregon Tech Students

Business Education Compact
BEC is a year-round internship placement services for interested students. Their services provide students with an abundance of internship opportunities around our country. Use their resources to access engineering, healthcare, and management internships options in demanding industries.

Multiple Engineering Cooperative Program
Oregon Institute of Technology has been affiliated with MECOP since 2001. Our mission in this partnership is to provide internship opportunities for Oregon Tech students in Oregon's leading manufacturing companies and firms that employ a wide range of engineering disciplines.

Oregon Tech Career Services Job Search and Resume Posting
Want to work for employers who are looking for Oregon Tech graduates? Career Services has developed a website for employers and Oregon Tech students to interact. Employers who are actively seeking Oregon Tech students post job opportunities daily and search for qualified students. As a student or an alumnus, you are able to search these different job opportunities and post your resume for employers.

Supplemental Applications for MECOP/CECOP

Supplemental applications are now being accepted for the Multiple Engineering Cooperative Program/Civil Engineering Cooperative Program (MECOP/CECOP). Junior students in the following majors are encouraged to apply: MET, MFG, SET and Geomatics. Junior students in Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering are also eligible to apply.

To apply, please visit the following website: http://mecop.orst.edu/. The application form is under: Students: Applying to MECOP/CECOP: Supplemental-1.

Note that you also have to mail in a copy of your application along with unofficial transcripts (or deliver them to Brian Moravec in BH 163). Please contact Brian Moravec for additional details.

Brian Moravec, MECOP Director

OfficeKlamath Falls Campus - Boivin Hall 163

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