Missouri S&T Career Fair

Students from Missouri S&T are highly sought after by industry-leading employers, government and graduate schools.

With over 300 employers in attendance, the bi-annual Career Fair is the best way to connect employers and S&T students, set up interviews and explore career opportunities—all without leaving campus.

Pre-Register to Skip the Line (STUDENTS)

Save time and skip the line by pre-registering for the Career Fair. Once approved, you will be able to pick up your name tag early and gain access to a priority entrance at the Career Fair, where you will only be required to swipe your student ID and meet professional dress requirements.


Event details

Day: Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Time: 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Location: Gale Bullman Multi-Purpose Building




Top Employers

On average, 300 companies are registered to attend
Missouri S&T career fairs. These events offer employers an opportunity to network with over 2,500 students and alumni seeking full-time jobs, co-ops or summer internships. The average starting salary for undergraduates with Missouri S&T degrees is over $61,000. The average starting salary for graduate students is over $76,000. 

  1. Ameren
  2. Braun Intertec Corp.
  3. Ford Motor Company
  4. True Manufacturing
  5. Parker Hannifin - Sporlan Division
  6. Monsanto
  7. Watlow
  8. Harley-Davidson
  9. Cargill
  10. Anheuser-Busch/InBev
  11. Hubbell Power Systems
  12. Mississippi Lime Company
  13. Sandia National Laboratories
  14. Basic Solutions
  15. Melton Machine & Control Company
  16. USG
  17. Yanfeng Automotive Interiors
  18. Control Devices LLC
  19. General Electric Aviation
  20. Kohler
  1. The Boeing Company
  2. Missouri University of Science and Technology
  3. MoDOT
  4. Black & Veatch
  5. Schlumberger
  6. Accenture
  7. Cerner Corporation
  8. Kiewit
  9. Cargill, Inc.
  10. Burns & McDonnell
  11. Honeywell
  12. ExxonMobil
  13. NAVAIR
  14. US ARMY
  15. Ungerboeck Software International
  16. Ameren
  17. Anheuser-Busch
  18. RSM US LLP
  19. Phillips 66
  20. Dynetics