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Career Services Center

Ward Edwards 1200
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Phone: 660.543.4985
Fax: 660.543.4668
careers@ucmo.edu





For Students and Alumni

Guide to Our Services

One-on-one counseling is available with experienced and credentialed Career Counselors to assist you with exploring your options, narrowing your focus, and/or creating an individualized career development plan (CDP). We have numerous resources available to facilitate your career decision-making and development.Make an appointment today and we will get the process started.
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Career Preparation

No matter what your major, career preparation is a key part of preparing for life after graduation. The earlier you begin to focus on your career development, the more prepared you will be to pursue a wide range of options and opportunities.
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Career Events & Workshops

List of career events and activities
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Interviewing

A job interview is a two-way dialogue in which employers and perspective employees learn more about each other. It is important to realize that a "job interview" encompasses all interactions, not just spoken words. It is not just an interaction for the employer. The employee should use the interview to learn more about the company so they can make a better decision regarding a position.
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Jobs & Internships

An on campus job offers more than just a paycheck and a short commute! It's an opportunity to build skills and gain experience that will prepare you for your future career.
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Graduate School

Deciding to go to graduate school is a complex process, with many factors to consider. Graduate school is a major commitment of several years, money, intense coursework and research, and is much more demanding than your undergraduate program. Examine your personal motivations and educate yourself about graduate school; both are essential to making an informed decision. The answers to the following questions may help.
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Delta Epsilon Lota

Deciding to go to graduate school is a complex process, with many factors to consider. Graduate school is a major commitment of several years, money, intense coursework and research, and is much more demanding than your undergraduate program. Examine your personal motivations and educate yourself about graduate school; both are essential to making an informed decision. The answers to the following questions may help.
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