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Career Counseling

One-on-one career counseling helps you be more successful in managing your career. Your career counselor will help you: understand your personal strengths, navigate change and uncertainty at work and identify a range of opportunities to increase your career success and satisfaction. Participation in counseling is confidential, in accordance with standard legal and ethical practices for professional counseling.

who's eligible?

  • One-on-one career counseling is a benefit available to AFSCME-represented employees.
  • Unclassified non-management employees are welcome to participate in career development classes.

Possible topics include:

  • Career self-assessment
  • Strategic career design, decision making and goal setting
  • Continuing education planning
  • Navigating change and work/life transition issues
  • Networking: developing relations and exploring new career options
  • Job search support: resume/coverletter critique, or interview practice
  • Overcoming barriers to career advancement

To Schedule an Appointment

  1. Complete Intake Form
  2. Email your resume and intake form to  

What partcipants are saying:

  • "I was promoted and found a job that matches my skills and career goals."
  • “I am so thankful that OHSU offers this program and recognizes the importance of providing career counseling for employees. It demonstrates the value OHSU places on helping employees grow and develop our skills and education.”

Consider Taking

Career Empowerment Series

Meet Your Career Development Specialist

Christine Lundeen, joined OHSU in September 2014. She provides individual career counseling and offers a variety of career development classes with the goal of promoting an environment of career satisfaction and growth at OHSU. Christine enjoys helping people identify their strengths, skills, interests and values and how those translate into a satisfying career path. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and holds a master's degree in counseling from the University of Cincinnati and an undergraduate degree in psychology from Linfield College. Christine also enjoys being involved in leadership with the Oregon Career Development Association and the National Career Development Association.