Career Fair: Employers reach more than 1,000 Mizzou Engineers
More than 200 companies spoke at length with more than 1,000 students at the 2019 Mizzou Engineering Career Fair on Tuesday. Some were new to this particular event, some longtime participants — and all received a deluge of students eager to show off their skills and resumes in search of a job, co-op or internship.
Internship Success: Parker, Sample grow at Google
MU Electrical Engineering & Computer Science juniors Rebecca Parker and Samantha Sample maximized their engineering and leadership skills this summer, landing engineering practicum internships with Google, working out of the San Francisco offices. Learn a little more about their internship in their own words.
Career Fair: Opportunity knocks for Mizzou Engineers
Attending the career fair was beneficial in more ways than connecting undergraduate Celestene Sebag with companies. It allowed her the opportunity to promote herself and to gain valuable interviewing and networking skills.
Career Fair: Record amount of companies visit in search of engineers
Nearly 90 percent of Mizzou Engineering students are employed full-time, continuing their education, volunteering or serving in the military within six months of graduation. The starting salaries for engineering graduates nationally is approximately $70,000 per year. Mizzou Engineers factor heavily into the state and regional economy and its workforce, and many of them start their careers with internships and jobs found at the Career Fair.