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The Center for
Professional Pathways

is committed to connecting students with transformative experiences, education, and  counseling/coaching engagements which will advance student’s career development and benefit society.

Make an appointment on WolfLink/Handshake (accessible on your Portal) for: Resume/Cover Letter Review, Career Assessments, Career Counseling, Graduate School Counseling, Internship/Practicum Advising, Job Search Advising, Mock Interviews, and more.

Visit Handshake and our calendar for upcoming events. Explore our website for extensive resources on career development and services or simply stop by our office – in the Werner University Center, room 119!

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Center for Professional Pathways is open and available to you!

Want a drop-in appointment? Email careerservices@wou.edu for drop in appointments, or stop by Monday-Friday between 9am-4pm.

We are currently also holding in-person open office office/drop-in hours at the WOU:Salem campus, typically from 1-4pm on Mondays. Check our calendar for specific dates/hours. 

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Want CPP to do a presentation or workshop for your class?

Request One Today!

The Center for Professional Pathways offers a variety of presentations and workshops to meet the needs of WOU students.

We are flexible and love to partner with classes and offices to tailor a presentation to fit your needs! Request A Presentation today!

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Schedule a time to meet with us!

Schedule an Appointment Today!

Many students benefit from one-on-one appointments with our skilled career development staff. We are available to meet with you via Zoom or in-person.

For more information on available appointments, Schedule an Appointment now.

Programs

One of our goals is to provide opportunities for students to gain professional and service oriented experience to prepare them for life after WOU.

In addition to numerous career readiness offerings, we support a variety of programs that give students hands-on experience working with organizations both on and off campus.

Visit the Programs page to learn more about how the Center for Professional Pathways can help you strengthen your college journey through experiential learning!

Alternative Break

Applications for the 2022-23 AB Program are open now! To apply, please fill out the Interest Form and one of our coordinators will contact you.

Have you participated in an AB experience? Do you have an idea or experience you would like to lead for a group of fellow students? Contact us to explore how we might plan an AB experience together!

Contact Program Staff at alternativebreak@wou.edu if you have any questions.

 

WOU CiP

2021-22 WOU CiP applications are now closed. Applications open in the Fall term each school year for approximately 3 weeks. The internships begin in the Winter term and finish at the end of Spring term.

Are you looking for other internship opportunities? Off-campus internships? Summer internships? Log into WolfLink/Handshake and make an appointment with Justin Sunada to learn about internship possibilities.

Contact Program Staff at woucip@wou.edu if you have any questions.

Volunteering

Stay tuned for Fall Term ’22 volunteer opportunities. We are planning a serious of events for students to give back and get involved in our local community!

New volunteer opportunities will be announced soon. To be the first to hear about them, sign-up for our WOU Volunteer list-serve to get the latest service project news.

Contact Program Staff at volunteers@wou.edu for more information on how you can become involved.

Study Abroad

Study Abroad is one of the most sought after and transformational forms of experiential learning for undergraduate students.

What most students don’t realize is that Study Abroad takes on many different forms, from internships to faculty led programs. No matter what your interests, we have something for you! Explore and discover more about our programs. 

Contact our staff and email us with the subject title: “Study Abroad” for more information on how to get started.

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