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  - Nicole '15

Hi,My name is Nicole and I am an economics major and I am going to be graduating in May. I am looking for a job in the finance or business field upon graduating. I am open to other jobs where I can use my economics background and utilize it in my career path. I am looking for a job in the Bay Area or Portland area. Please feel free to email me at nyuen@willamette.edu if you can be of assistance. Thanks for all the help!
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  - Maddie '15

Come to the Willamette Alumni Association's event on Saturday March 7th!Alumni will be giving their words of wisdom about getting a job, taking a gap year, applying to grad school, traveling after school, and more!When: March 7th, 3-4 pmWhere: UC 3rd floorThere will be free food and raffles for Bistro bucks!Sign up at Career Services!
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  - Karen '00

Hi - do you have experience with email and want to join an amazing skincare company? Paula's Choice is a skincare company based in Seattle, WA and we're looking for an Email Marketing Producer. If you're interested and have html/css skills please check out the description here: http://www.paulaschoice.com/who-we-are/careers/
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  - Elizabeth '14

I currently work in the HR department of Aruba Networks - a tech company from the Silicon Valley that opened in Portland. We are going through a rapid expansion of our Portland office and we are hiring. Please reach out to me and I can refer you directly to the hiring managers. Follow the link below to see our current openings: http://www.arubanetworks.com/company/careers/
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  - Aubrey '16

Hi there!  I am a French and History double major, set to graduate early next fall, and am looking to get the ball rolling on a real life job!  I will be living in Portland this summer and am interested in finding a paid job or internship from May to August.  I have experience in the political field, having worked in the former Governor's office for a year as well as multiple political campaigns.  I would like to find another opportunity in the legal or political fields, but I am also open to trying something new: PR, real estate, or other business-related fields all interest me as areas I'd like to explore more.  I'm happy to discuss other opportunities as they arise.  Contact me if you have a position, information, or merely advice!  Thank you!
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  - Ying '16

I am looking for a summer job in Salem, preferably on campus. Since I will carry out a research(LARC) from the beginning of June to August in Willamette at the same time, a job requiring 10 to 15 hours per week will be great. Thank you so much! 
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  - Ethan '16

I'm looking to make connections with WU alumni who work in professional sports organizations, specifically the MLB. That could be any front office job, an agent or anyone involved in a statistical analysis job... I want to get advice on getting into the field, as well as to find a possible internship in the Seattle area for this summer. Thanks!
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  - Brooke '15

Those in the Salem Community/Marion County, please fill out my survey.  I would appreciate your help as I am conducting market research for my class.  The survey takes about 5 mins!  Thanks in advance!  Here is the link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GDSXWNB
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  - Colleen

We are delighted to announce that the recruitment process for the Project Coordinator Internship program for the Sonoma County Economic Development Board has commenced. This unique and substantive internship provides recent college graduates with a remarkable opportunity to impact program development and policy analysis through research and project management. This one year fellowship is a remarkable opportunity to gain practical experience and make substantive contributions in the diverse field of economic development. Every year the Sonoma County Economic Development Board offers three, year-long paid internships. This year the internship will begin July 13, 2015 and end June 30, 2016. Based on individual qualifications and interest, each of the three selected interns will be individually assigned to one of three focus areas: Tourism and Hospitality, Workforce and Public Policy Development, and Economic Research. Students with backgrounds in economics, political science, public policy, or liberal arts with research and report experience are particularly encouraged to apply. This position is recommended for recent graduates, and applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree by June 2015. This year-long program affords an excellent opportunity for high-energy, organized, and entrepreneurial individuals looking to develop many important professional and project management skills while working under minimal oversight, to make important and lasting contributions to the economic vitality of Sonoma County. This position is a great fit for someone who is a strong project manager, enjoys networking, values a convivial environment, and is passionate about economic and policy issues. To apply, send a resume and cover letter by March 8 to edb@sonoma-county.org. Salary is $40,000 for 12 month commitment.
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  - Sarah '15

I am a senior at Willamette right now and I also own a painting company operating in South Salem this summer. I am looking for a solid team of marketers to help me grow my business during this semester! If you-Are highly motivated-Would like to gain experience in marketing-Enjoy talking to people-Have a carthen this is a position you should consider. The majority of hours are during the day on the weekends. If you would like more information or feel that you would be a good candidate for this job please contact me! I am looking to hire and start people immediately.
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  - James

The Willamette University Alumni Association is dedicated to the idea that we benefit from our shared WU experience & extended community. This association is an organization of alumni, FOR alumni!Want to get involved in your local WUAA Chapter? There are eight regional chapters  which seek to bring alumni together to learn, socialize, network, and more!Want to start a club in a different city? Or organize another group of alumni around a common interest? Let's make it happen!Want to help keep your class connected? Be a Class Liaison!How about helping to make your upcoming reunion a smash success?What about helping to recruit the next generation of Bearcat students?And of course you can contribute to the Career Network in many ways to help students and fellow alumni succeed in their careers.Engaging on Switchboard is a great help too!You're already a member of the WUAA. Consider joining the ranks of alumni volunteers to strengthen our community and provide lifelong value for our Willamette connection.http://willamette.edu/alumni/volunteer/index.html
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  - Colleen

Answering the Three Career Questions: Series Overview - Wednesday, March 11, 12-1, WU Portland Center. When you’re at a career crossroads, there are three directions you can travel. You can move up. You can move out. Or you can stay and adapt your style. In part 1 of the WUAA spring series, you’ll learn how using the Three Career Questions strategy can help you manage your career – not just today – but for a lifetime. Stop spending your career finding one-job-in-a-row and start being strategic about your future. Presented by career coach Bruce Hazen, author of Answering the Three Career Questions. Register here: https://alumni.willamette.edu/events/2015careerworkshops
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  - Kristina '14

Hi, folks. I'm a recent chemistry grad working for BASF down in San Diego. I have a colleague who plans to move up to Eugene later this year, and she's just starting to look for work up there. Right now, she's trying to build a network of contacts in the area so she knows who she can talk to and where she can look for jobs in biochemistry. She's friendly, experienced, and knowledgeable. So if you know anyone working in or studying biochemistry or related fields in the Eugene area--especially anyone looking to fill a job opening--I would really appreciate you letting me know their name, position and company, and contact information. Thanks!
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  - Katherine '18

Hello all, I am a first-year student at Willamette looking for summer opportunities in Seattle, Olympia, or really anywhere in between on the I-5 corridor. At the end of either this semester or the next I intend to declare a major in Politics with minors in Spanish and possibly History. I am interested in working for government, nonprofits, or businesses doing administrative work, social media, or research. I will be back home from March 22nd to the 29th and can do interviews during that week. I spent high school studying more than working, so aside from academic honors and extracurriculars I don't have a lot on my resume yet. However, I do have some experience in administrative work and social media after a summer spent working for a small business in Olympia, and a lot of knowledge, skills, and drive that I am ready and willing to put to use in a new job or internship. Thanks!
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  - John '09

Please reference the below link. Willamette has yet to comment on these horrendous occurrences. Please reply to the thread to show your support. We should demand transparency and accountability from the school we dedicated time and money to over the years. http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2015/02/visiting_willamette_university.htmlAlso, Willamette should seriously consider removing any material on its Website promoting Zena Farm when the University has since suspended all activity there. Marketing the sustainability of Zena shouldn't be allowed without the University's willingness to support it. http://willamettecollegian.com/main/univ-shuts-down-zena-farm/
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  - Travel

Become a Salem Greeter and Meet Visitors from Around the World!Do you love Salem? Are you a natural entertainer with knowledge of interesting, little-known historical facts? Then here’s your chance to share your city with visitors to our area! Consider becoming a Salem Greeter and be part of a prestigious international group of Greeter volunteer guides affiliated with the Global Greeter Network!Greeters are volunteer guides who take individual tourists and small groups of 6 or less on informal, unscripted walking tours around the Salem’s most emblematic places and share their personal perspectives for a truly authentic Salem experience. Training will be provided by Travel Salem. There is no minimum volunteer hour requirement and visits are scheduled around your availability. Greeters are part of a global sustainable tourism effort and make visitors fell welcome, comfortable and excited about our city. If you are interested in becoming part of the Salem Greeter program, please contact: SalemGreeter@TravelSalem.com Salem Greeters welcomes all visitors and volunteers regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, religious and political affiliations, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability or any other factor which makes our world a more rich and interesting place to call home.
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  - Madison '17

Hello everyone! I am a sophomore at Willamette, and I am hoping to work in New York this summer. I am a psychology major and currently a Civic Communications and Media minor (but hope to declare a double major after next semester). I am really interested in Human Resources and Public Relations in all fields (though I really love customer service-based industries), but I also have some experience with psychology research, and have previously interned the last two years with a local professional theater in my hometown. I currently work at the Career Center on campus, which includes marketing for different programs we offer, running information sessions, and administration work (such as making appointments and answering the phone). Overall I am interested in a range of work and am happy working in a professional setting or even with kids (I have a broad range of child care experience between babysitting and being a camp counselor). I will be in New York from March 19th - 26th if there are any people I can meet with or employers worth contacting. Thank you for any advice, connections, or opportunities!
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  - Emilia '18

Hi everyone. I'm looking for a part-time job here in Salem. Do any of you know of any places hiring right now? Please let me know. Thank you!