Career services assists students and recent graduates with planning, creating, implementing and evaluating career development and job search strategies by working in partnership with employers and the campus community. Below is an overview of the services:
Make an appointment with a Career Services Coordinator to get assistance in your job search. A professional is available to assist in guiding you in the job search for internships/co-ops and full-time degree-related positions.
Meet with a staff member to evaluate your career development. Career development services are designed to help you with choosing a major and/or career. We offer career assessments, on-line resources and individual assistance to guide you in your career decision-making.
Visit our website to access a variety of job search related information. Click on O-Net (to get job outlook and salary information on a national and state-level), access "What can I do with this major?" (to help connect majors with careers), access GoingGlobal (a comprehensive career and employment resource to assist with evaluating, selecting and transitioning into a successful career in a foreign country), review salary survey information, and link to numerous job search related links.
We have web-based software that enables you to conduct a job search on-line 24/7. You will have access to job leads (internship, co-op, part-time degree-related and full-time degree-related positions), on-campus interview opportunities and resume referrals to employers. Click on UMSLCareerKey for Students & Alumni to be activated.
Job leads for other off campus positions are posted directly to our website for all students to view.
Career Services helps students connect with employment opportunities on-campus. This includes jobs posted through the federal work-study program and jobs posted by individual departments that are open to all students.
The Insider: Interviewing Skills
Writing a Targeted Resume
Exploring Careers & Strategies of a Job Search
Preparing for Graduate School
Social Media & Your Job Search
Job Fair Preparation
Linked In: What You Need to Know
Classroom & Student Organization Presentations
Job Search Strategies Teacher Panel
Employer Information Sessions