Look for employment related opportunities while you are a student to gain new skills and valuable hands-on experience. Jobs and internships are not only a good source of income, but can help you figure out what you do and don’t want to do. You can find part-time jobs and internships on the HireMizzouTigers.com employment website. Students should also consider job shadowing to see first-hand what a day in the life of a professional is like.
There are unique opportunities at Mizzou to explore major and career options in a variety of academic settings, often for course credit. You may enroll in classes internationally, conduct undergraduate research alongside faculty mentors or register for a service-learning course to earn credit while helping the local community.
Involvement and Service
Getting involved on campus and in the local community through student organizations, service opportunities or leadership experiences will help you achieve your personal, academic, and professional goals. Getting involved outside of the classroom can help you discover your true interests, strengths, and values.