Students work full-time co-ops for one or for a combination of semesters, such as spring/summer or summer/fall, which allows 8-9 months of work experience. Co-ops are eligible for pay and academic credit.
Internships are summer only, degree-related employment. Internships are eligible for pay and academic credit.
Job Shadows are not eligible for pay or academic credit. Students work in a corporate setting for 1-5 days during Winter 219 (January 2-12).
Information Sessions offer employers a chance to introduce their company brand and career opportunities to students on campus while providing students the perfect networking opportunity. These sessions can be scheduled by clicking on the link below and completing the online request form. You can also contact your Recruiting Assistant directly for more information.
Take part in our Career Fair where you can meet hundreds of students looking for the right career path after college.
We understand the complexity and challenges faced by recruiters to looking to hire the best and the brightest, and we are here to help make the process as seamless as possible.
Assistant Director of Employer Relations
After completing her B.S. in Animal Sciences from Missouri State, and working in diverse industries – from insurance to agriculture – Sara found COER as her home base in 2006. Sara loves working with students and staff, but her favorite part of her job is forming friendships with employers over the years. Her primary roles are acting as administrator for HireMiners, scheduling on-site interviews, responding to the diverse needs of employers, coordinating the Career Fair, and reporting employer recruit annually and end-of-semester. Sara is a 19th century history buff who loves to be outside doing yard work and landscaping. She is also an avid fan of AMC’s The Walking Dead.