Thank you for your interest in hiring Missouri State University's students and alumni. With more than 20,000 students, Missouri State is the second largest university in Missouri.
JobTracks is an online recruiting system for employers to post internships, part-time, and full-time jobs; to register for career events hosted by the Career Center; and to conduct searches for résumés.
Hold information sessions about your organizations, interview candidates whom you select based upon your criteria, and visit classes.
The Career Center hosts a variety of career events throughout the academic year. These events range from career fairs to activities that help students prepare for their job search.
By being a mentor, you can help Missouri State University students learn about occupations and prepare for their careers.
Read policies and guidelines for recruiting and hiring Missouri State University students and alumni.
Take a look at the 2017 – 18 Employer Guide, which will give you information on career events and student enrollment.
|Jan 25||Humanities & Public Affairs Résumé Madness|
Education Résumé Madness
|Feb 6||AG Résumé Madness|
|Feb 7||Arts & Letters Résumé Madness|
|Feb 12||Health & Human Services Résumé Madness|
|Feb 12||Speed Networking Event|
|Feb 21||Business Résumé Madness|
|Feb 27||Natural & Applied Sciences Résumé Madness|
Career Expo / Education Career Fair
|Apr 6||Mock Interview Day|
Network with future alumni
Be a mentor
By being a mentor to Missouri State University students, you can be a source of information—and inspiration—to students. Students can learn from you in two ways:
- Contact you directly to request career advice
- Job shadow or conduct information interviews with you
If this appeals to you, please log-in to Jobtracks or contact our office.
JobTracks: Mentor Log-in
Phone: (417) 836-5636
Connect with students by advertising in the school newspaper. Get more information at The Standard's website.
Meet student organizations
Become familiar with student organizations at Missouri State University. Members may help announce job postings, information sessions, and on on-campus interviews.
Unpaid Internships: a NACE Position Statement - Established in 1956, the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) is the leading source of information on the employment of the college educated. The professional association connects more than 5,200 college career services professionals at nearly 2,000 colleges and universities nationwide, and more than 3,000 HR/staffing professionals focused on college relations and recruiting.