Career Center

Carrington Hall

Make your career statement

The Missouri State University Career Center empowers all MSU Bears for lifelong career success by providing career development services.

The Career Center is committed to ensuring our services and events are inclusive and accessible to all students. If you need an accommodation, please email or call 417-836-5636. For more information, please visit our page on diversity, equity and inclusion.

Welcome to the Missouri State University Career Center! We have a wealth of resources available to students on this webpage, but chances are you're here for one of a few things below.

Employer Spotlight: Centurion Health


Centurion Health is the leading national provider of healthcare and behavioral health services to incarcerated, justice-involved, and other special populations. Centurion clinicians serve our communities by providing healthcare services that go beyond patient care, transforming the health and safety of those in their care. We provide excellent care for our patients while ensuring value and growth for our employees. We are currently hiring nurses, doctors, pharmacists, behavioral health professionals and dental professionals. Centurion Health has a career for you, apply today!

Learn more about Centurion's service and opportunuties by watching this brief video!

  • Resume Review Drop-In Hours

    Come by during drop-in hours to have your resume reviewed - no appointment needed! Get quick and friendly feedback as well as resources to help you in the future.

  • Congrats, Bear grads!

    We are so excited for your next steps post-graduation and would love to hear about them. Please click the image above to take out brief Outcomes Survey to let us know what you'll be up to next!

Learn more about making appointments with the Career Center. You may schedule an appointment through Handshake or by calling our office at 417-836-5636.

Learn how to search for internships and full-time jobs, create résumés and CVs, write application letters, network, interview, prepare for graduate school, and more.

Learn about taking career assessments, exploring majors and careers, researching employers and industries, gaining experience, and more.

Career Center blog