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Welcome Alumni!

Career Opportunities and Employer Relations at the Missouri University of Science and Technology offers a variety of services to assist you in your career search.  Whether you are unemployed or contemplating a career change, you have come to the right place. 

As graduates of Missouri S&T, alumni can attend COER workshops and receive entrance to both the Fall and Spring Career Fairs at no charge. 

For alumni within one year of graduation: registration is free with COER.  For alumni more than one year after graduation: A non-refundable registration fee of $60.00 per year provides the following services:

  • MinerJobs - An internet site that lists entry level and experienced job vacancies specifically targeted to Missouri S&T alumni. This site can be accessed 24 hours a day. 
  • Online Resume Referral - Once registered and your resume has been uploaded into MinerJobs, your resume will be forwarded to requesting companies when it meets the specified job requirements. 
  • Practice Interviews - Up to four per year. 
  • Resume & Cover Letter Critique- Up to five each per year via phone (30 mins) or email.
  • Advisor Appointments- Up to five one-on-one appointments and five appointments via phone (60 mins each).

To  Register with the COER and have access to the above services:

  • Contact Career Opportunities and Employer Relations at 573-341-4343 with your name, email address and telephone number or email: career@mst.edu .
  • Credit cards and checks made out to the COER are accepted.

 

Resources

LinkedIn Alumni Group - Expands your network to include fellow Alumni and gives recruiters a centralized location to find Missouri S&T grads for their hiring needs!

Going Global - Check out this new additional job search tool!

Internet Job Search - A list of our most highly recommended resources for your job search on the web.

Career Guide 2013 - Get a quick look at examples of effective resumes, cover letters, interviewing tips, and much more.

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