The MU Career Center provides resources and services to all Mizzou students. We will assist you in finding a major, exploring career options, seeking student employment, drafting a resume or cover letter, developing job search strategies, building interview skills, and much more. Best of all nearly all of our services are available on a drop-in basis. You may stop by the MU Career Center between 9am – 5pm, Monday through Friday for one-on-one assistance with a trained Career Specialist.

Majors & Careers

Many students assume that, when choosing a major, they are choosing a career for the rest of their life. In reality, most people have many occupations over the course of their working lives

Graduate School

Before you devote time and resources to graduate school you should review the reasons for going and how to best prepare for the application process.

Resumes & Cover Letters

Resumes and cover letters are your introduction to an employer, highlighting your skills and achievements. The purpose is to get noticed so that you can have an opportunity to interview and share your value with the company.


Interviews are dialogues between employers and prospective employees so that they may learn more about each other. Learn how to stand out among other candidates and make a favorable impression on employers.

Job & Internships

Jobs and internships are not just good ways to earn money; you can learn new skills, become familiar with a professional workplace, apply your classroom knowledge and start down your future career path.

Your Online Image

What does your social media say about you? Employers are looking at you online and there are many tools to help you promote your unique abilities and talents to potential employers and colleagues.


Access career guides, podcasts, and related links addressing major exploration, job searching and everything in between.

Career Counseling

Seek personalized assistance by speaking with a trained and supervised graduate student about your career decisions and goals.