Job Shadowing Program
The Missouri S&T Job Shadowing Program, sponsored by Career Opportunities & Employer Relations (COER), provides students with opportunities to gain leadership development experience in a corporate setting for 1-5 days during Winter Break 2019 (January 2-18). Job Shodowing experiences are a great opportunity for students to make sure their major is a good fit, learn more about a company's culture, gain industry experience and learn more about a company's operations.
Sign up in the events section of HANDSHAKE. Deadline is November 30 .
Benefits, Eligibility, Placement and Responsibilities
Although the Job Shadowing Program is not for academic credit or pay, the experience greatly benefits students and corporate sponsors. The experience gives the student the ability to refine career goals and redefine academic motivation while allowing the sponsor to examine the interests, skills and competencies of participating students. This is a great networking opportunity!
- Some companies may require that students be US citizens or permanent residents
- Externs must be enrolled as full-time students at Missouri S&T
- All Missouri S&T applicants will be considered, but priority will be given to sophomores, juniors, and seniors
Interested students must apply to the Career Opportunities & Employer Relations. Students wishing to participate in the Program are strongly encouraged to apply by the priority deadline of November 30, 2018. All arrival and scheduling details shall be arranged directly between the student and the sponsoring company.
COER will review each application to determine whether the student meets the program eligibility requirements. Reasonable efforts will be made to place students with professionals in their field of interest. The number of students selected to participate will depend on the number and types of corporate sponsors. Once a successful student-sponsor match is made, the student will be notified via email.
Students must be available 1-5 days any time during Winter Break and be able to secure their own lodging accommodations for and travel to the host site. Students may be required to participate in additional orientation/training at the host corporation. The host corporation requirements must be strictly abided by the student.
- Companies will commit to sponsoring students for a period of 1-5 days.
- Schedule of programming is at the company’s discretion, but should provide a general overview of the company’s operations and insight into the company’s unique take on the themes of corporate responsibility and accountability described in the Global Sullivan Principles.