Connect with Our Staff

The information listed below reflects our availability for Fall 2021.

The staff at the MU Career Center is ready to assist you with any of the following topics:

Career and Major Exploration Résumés and Cover Letters
CliftonStrengths Interview Preparation
Focus 2 Part-Time Student Employment
Career Counseling Job Search
By Drop-In

We offer drop-in career consultations Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.  To speak one-on-one with a Career Specialist:

By Appointment

Schedule an appointment with a Career Specialist on MU Connect.

In-Person and Online options are available.

Mini Career Workshops

RSVP for a mini career workshop on MU Connect (click on MU Career Center Outreach Presentation) or drop in at  Sessions are 20 minutes and held on Zoom.

The current sessions offered are:

  • Exploring Careers & Majors
    • 3:00 – 3:20 pm every weekday classes are in session
  • Resume Essentials
    • 3:30 – 3:50 pm every weekday classes are in session

By Phone

Call us at 573-882-6801 Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

By E-mail

E-mail us at Staff typically responds to messages within 2 business days.

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**Please note if you disclose information to a Career Specialist or full-time staff member about having been discriminated against or harassed, MU policy requires that we share this information with the Title IX Office. Learn more.**


Jumpstart is an early childhood program that matches college students with preschool children with limited resources in our local community. Students serve as Jumpstart tutors, building children’s language, literacy and social emotional skills to help prepare them for kindergarten. Jumpstart is offered as a work-study job paying $11 per hour, OR course credit, earning 6 credit hours towards graduation. Jumpstart Tutors are also AmeriCorps members, which provides a $1,340 award at the end of the year simply for completing your service!

Email us: To learn more and apply, please email


A Way With Words and Numbers (AWWWN)

We are a community-based non-profit program that teams undergraduate students from the University of Missouri with local children to improve their struggling literacy and mathematics skills. AWWWN has volunteer, service learning credit, and paid work study positions. AWWWN offers both in-person and virtual tutoring options, however, virtual positions may be limited. We provide tutors with all the training to deliver tutoring services effectively and grow professionally in a work environment. We work around your schedule to find tutoring times that fit with requests from teachers and parents as well.

If you’d like to learn more about what AWWWN is and what we do, please visit or email:  If you’re interested in applying, submit an online application or email