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Looking for a job, internship, or work-study/non-work study position? Join us for the 2023 Spring Work & Service Fair on Feb. 2.
What exactly is Federal Work-Study and how can students earn money? Students with FWS or interested in learning more about Work-Study are invited to attend an exclusive event and potentially walk away with a job!
The Academic and Career Advising Center is pleased to be hosting the 2nd annual International Opportunities Fair.
Work & Service Fair
All student supervisors are invited to participate in the 2022 Fall Work & Service Fair on Thursday, Sept. 1 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Register for a spot today!
Pacific students in the Pharmacy Lab
Optometry and pharmacy — two of Pacific's specialties — are among the Top Jobs for 2022.
Indoor job fair
The ACA invites students to attend the first annual Inclusive Hiring Week Feb. 21-25. Each day, students will have the opportunity to participate in workshops on key career readiness skills through the lens of diversity, equity and inclusion. Register on Handshake to secure a free meal during each session!
Handshake
The Academic and Career Advising Center will be hosting a series of virtual career events in Spring 2021. 
Chapman Hall
The Admissions department and Career Development Center are hosting a series of events for current students to help them with job searching, resume building, and much more. 
Kasey Werner, Class of 2016, works as an on-call Occupational Therapist after going through an intense seven years of academic work for her master’s degree in Exercise Science. Although she describes the education as stressful and exhausting at points, she enjoys the career it got her so much she can hardly narrow down what she likes about it most.
Sonja Feinberg '17, loved earning her BA degree in Sustainable Design and is now looking forward to earning her Master’s in Architecture at Portland State University. In a Q&A, she talks about what she enjoyed while taking both environmental and art classes at Pacific and how she decided on which grad school to attend. 

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