The Lundquist College of Business has more than 39,000 living alumni around the world. These alumni stay engaged on many levels to support and mentor future business Ducks.
To facilitate alumni connections to students, the college launched Lundquist Connect, where more than 1,000 alumni ready and eager to help students on your professional journey.
Lundquist Connect is only accessible to current students, alumni, and friends of the college, and is designed to support your professional advancement through networking and career education.
Job Postings, Job Market Data and More
In addition to Lundquist Connect, our Mohr Career Services team facilitates connections to alumni through the Handshake platform for job postings, registering for career fairs, and special events. Handshake's searchable database of jobs and internships is open to both students and alumni.
Alumni and students can also explore the Mohr Career Services site to access career resources, LinkedIn Learning, and detailed job market trend data by industry and geography.
Upcoming Career Events
Career events are one of the primary ways that students engage with Lundquist College and University of Oregon alumni. Check out some of the upcoming events.
Do you have the right stuff? Prepare to apply to the business major and learn about some application pitfalls to avoid.
Career Labs include a presentation, question and answer session, and practical work time to help you move your career search forward.
The Lundquist College Student Involvement Fair is a great opportunity for students (inclusive of all majors) to discover business affiliated clubs, organizations, and opportunities. It is also a great way to learn more about club offerings and ways in which you can get more invloved on campus! This event is hosted by the Dean's Council for Inter-Club Coordination. We hope to see you all there!
Interested in a career in investment banking? Join the UO Investment Group and Mohr Career Services for an event featuring a panel of experienced alumni who are eager to share their stories, insights, and even secrets to gaining access to the often-hidden path to these internships and jobs.
All students interested in investment banking are welcome. Bring your laptops!
Agenda1:00–1:40 p.m. – Perspectives from iBanking: Panel Discussion and Question and Answer Session with Taylor Gentry and Nick Hubert 1:40–2:05 p.m. – Recruiting Process and Tips with Sarah Gentry, a graduating senior and now incoming asset management analyst at Goldman Sachs. She'll share what she has learned in her recent experience through networking, applications, interviews, negotiating, and landing the opportunity. 2:15–3:15 p.m. – Breakout Groups (Lillis 211, Cameron Center, and atrium) 2:15–3:15 p.m. – Informational or Technical Mock Interviews. Three rounds of either informational interviews to learn more about each individual's career or technical mock interviews—you decide! Choose the three individuals you want to meet with from the full list of guest. A link to the signup form will be emailed to all registered attendees.
Alumni GuestsAndrew Elliott Sarah Gentry Taylor Gentry Jelena Hoffart Nick Hubert
Join the UO Alumni Association's Duck Career Network and UO Women in Business Club for an engaging discussion with women business leaders about how they've carved a path in their fields. Learn their leadership styles, the career hurdles they've faced on the road to success, and lessons they have learned about advocating for themselves and others. The panel discussion will be followed by an audience Q&A.
UO alumni panelists include Anisha Weber, former managing director at Logic 20/20, and Pagely Tucker, senior director of marketing at LinkedIn. The panel will be moderated by Jennifer Welander, instructor of accounting and former chief financial officer at St. Charles Health System.
All alumni, as well as graduate and undergraduate students are welcome to attend this event, along with faculty, staff, and community members. While our panel highlights women leaders, attendance is open to all genders.
With more than 10,000 college alumni in the Portland, Oregon, area, we offer ample opportunities for students to connect with the state's business center through site visits, guest speakers, and more. The college maintains an active Portland presence for engaging with alumni in the area through our Sports Product Management (SPM) and Executive MBA programs. Both are housed in our Portland location, which is also home to many college events.
Our SPM program also maintains a mentor program that builds connections to alumni at the more than 800 sports product companies in the metro area. And the Oregon Executive MBA has a vibrant alumni network that counts some of the region's top movers and shakers among its members.