Working for OSU Extension
OSU Extension connects people across Oregon – and beyond – with Oregon State University through innovative programming and expanded educational opportunities that help address the most pressing issues facing Oregon’s people and communities.
We are honored that you are considering working with us and understand that the strength of our organization comes from the passion and dedication of individuals like you.
OSU Extension’s work is crucial to OSU’s land grant mission and pursuit of the university’s strategic goals (https://leadership.oregonstate.edu/provost/university-strategic-planning). Our more than 40 locations (https://extension.oregonstate.edu/find-us) across the state serve as a front door to the university. Our work is organized in seven major program focus areas (https://extension.oregonstate.edu/about/program-areas):
- 4-H Youth Development
- Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
- Family and Community Health (including SNAP-Ed)
- Forestry and Natural Resources
- Open Campus
- Outdoor School
- Sea Grant
Collectively, our work helps Oregon’s people, communities, environments and economies thrive. Our values (https://extension.oregonstate.edu/about) guide all we do.
By joining OSU Extension, you will contribute to a rich tradition of serving Oregonians with problem-solving and life-enriching learning. In 2010, OSU was granted the Carnegie Foundation credential that designates OSU as a community engaged institution. Your work will help ensure OSU’s continued development as an institution engaged with those we serve. We are determined to build on our status as a national leader in this arena.