Career Opportunities and Employer Relations

573-341-4343    Third Floor Norwood Hall, 320 W. 12th St., Rolla, MO 65409

Time until next career fair

September 22, 2020

   
University for Salary Potential

In Missouri in the ROI of Best Value Colleges in Missouri. - Payscale 2019

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Co-ops and Internships

from 2018 to 2019 with salaries between $3,000 and $4,000

Employers

were present at the last fall career fair

Connecting Students and Employers

New Livestreamed Event: Inside the Miner’s Studio

“Inside the Miner’s Studio” is a new regular event wherein Miners from around the globe can tune in to watch a live conversation with successful alumni. Intended to be both entertaining and informative, the questions are all anecdotal in nature and are designed to elicit career advice, uncover past memories and strengthen the Miner network through our common bond. 

Tune in to the next episode on TUESDAY, July 21st @ 7pm CSTvia Zoom Webinar: https://umsystem.zoom.us/j/96704266380

Guest: Mike Repperger, Computer Science '97

Sponsored by: Career Opportunities and Employer Relations, the Office of Development, the Office of Student Involvement and the Miner Alumni Association.

 

 

 

Join us at the Career Fair

Our Career Fair is twice a year

On average, 300 companies attend the event to network with 2,500 students and alumni seeking full-time employment, co-ops and internships. Career fairs are held during the fall and spring semesters at Missouri S&T, but employers visit the campus year-round for interviews.

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Mentor a Miner

A student and industry professional from Boeing talking

Making connections

The Mentor a Miner program is a networking tool designed to connect students or alumni with professors, other alumni or professionals who have industry knowledge and connections relevant to a field of study. The program gives our students an extra advantage, whether it be through educational assistance, industry insight or career advising.

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Suit Closet

Darin, or Drew, Harden's family donated clothing to the Missouri S&T COER office suit closet for students to have the appropriate professional attire. Drew is accompanied by his roommate Josh Gruver.

A Helping Hand

Approximately 500 students utilize the suit closet each year at Missouri S&T.  By supplying students with professional attire, we are giving them a better chance of obtaining a full-time job, co-op or internship.

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Event Calendar

The Etiquette Dinner is open to all students (freshman through graduate). It includes a 5 course meal where all of the fundamentals of proper dining etiquette will be explained. This is excellent training to have before dining with a potential employer. Reservations are limited based on space available. Transportation is not provided by the university or COER. There is a $15 reservation fee that is applied to your student account to cover partial cost of the meal. (COER covers 50% of the meal costs to subsidize the training.) Reservations cancelled after the RSVP date and no-shows will be subject to an additional $15 fee to cover the full cost of the meal.

Fall 2020- TBD
Havener Center, St. Pat's Ballroom
1346 N. Bishop Ave., Rolla, MO 65401

To sign up:  Please register for the event under the Handshake Events Tab

Spring 2020 Career Fair

Gale Bullman Multi-Purpose Building

Tuesday, February 18, 9am-3pm

Looking for a way to network with employers and get an interview for your dream job? Learn more about the career fair.

FEBRUARY 9, 2020

Extra 40% off select Men's and Women's career dress apparel and shoes. Show your student ID to get your special discount card. 

SHOP CAREER DRESS APPAREL

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO FINISH YOUR LOOK FOR THAT NEXT INTERVIEW
OR NEW JOB – INCLUDING SUITS, DRESSES, SPORT COATS, DRESS PANTS ,
SHOES AND ACCESSORIES.

JCPENNY MOBILE APP

DOWNLOAD PRIOR TO THE EVENT TO START EARNING $10 REWARDS. 

LOCATION:
JCPENNEY STORE
1050 S BISHOP AVE
ROLLA, MO 65401

NON-PROFIT CAREER FAIR

Join COER and Missouri S&T for the first campus Nonprofit Career Fair featuring nonprofit, government and K-12 organizations. This fair will provide the perfect opportunity for students to connect with local, regional and national non-profit organizations as well as local, state/federal government agencies and K-12 school districts for volunteer, internship, and full time/part time opportunities.

Havener Center St. Pat's Ballroom

Monday, April 13, 1PM-4PM

 

 MINER MINGLE

A unique opportunity for students to showcase themsevles in a reverse career fair. Business casual attire encouraged, no resumes allowed.

September 21, 2020

Havener Center Parking Lot

 

GRADUATE STUDENT CAREER FAIR

TBD- Fall 2020