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Career Counseling

Professional, one-on-one career counseling and coaching is available to help AFSCME-represented employees be more successful in their current position or move to the next level in their careers at OHSU.  Results-oriented career counseling and coaching provides an individualized opportunity to assess personal strengths, identify satisfying career options, and develop an action plan with specific steps to facilitate development. 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
  • Work/Life transition issues
  • Networking: Exploring new career options
  • Continuing education planning
  • Strategic planning, decision making and goal setting
  • Resume writing and cover letters
  • Interviewing techniques
  • Job search strategies
  • Job success skills
  • Overcoming barriers to career advancement

To Schedule an Appointment

  1. Complete Intake Form
  2. Review Professional Disclosure Statement
  3. Email your resume and intake form to Matt Morscheck at  

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Matt Morscheck

Matt Morscheck, MS, LPC, CMP, Career Development Specialist, joined OHSU in April 2011 and built the CWE Center's Employee Career Services program to promote an environment of career mobility within OHSU. A Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Matt believes that career development is an important, but often-underestimated part of both creating a satisfying life and building a high-performing organization. Matt holds a master's degree in Counseling from Portland State University, with additional certifications and education in career development, business administration, and human resources. Matt grew up and went to college in the small town of Pullman, WA, home to Washington State University (GO COUGS!) and the National Lentil Festival, which celebrates the tasty little legume each August.

Contact Matt Morscheck