The College’s capstone program is unique because it allows students to act as consultants and project engineers developing solutions for actual clients.
More than 150 companies — the most ever for a Spring Career Fair — traveled from across Missouri and the Midwest to find the best and brightest engineers for their jobs and internships.
Celestene Sebag, a bioengineering major, was at the Career Fair to get an internship in the water quality sector — one of nearly 700 students who attended.
Carly Garrow’s fellowship built her skills in a variety of areas and helped her land a job recently with medical device manufacturers Zimmer Biomet.
Council leaders from Kansas, Texas, and Oklahoma traveled to Mizzou excited to exchange ideas and learn about other councils from across the Midwest.
The Career Fair gave junior Taylor Sass the opportunity to market herself to potential employers and learn about their job and internship opportunities.