For the health and safety of our students and employees, Career Center operations are mostly online with some in-person hours.
Career Day: Fall 2020 Career Day is three days (Sept. 15, 16 & Oct. 14) on a virtual platform called Brazen. Different organizations will be represented each day. Visit website and Diggernet for more information.
Workshops and Rapid Resume Reviews: Prepare for Fall Career Day by attending one of the Career Center's workshops or resume reviews with the expert team from the Career Center. Register on DiggerNet, through Trailhead, under Events/Workshops .
Live Chat: A staff member will be available to help you with questions about job and internship searching, resumes, cover letters, interviewing, and salary offers. Live chat hours available here.
Remote Career Advising: Have a question about career exploration, internship and job search, or job offers? Need your resume reviewed or cover letter crafted? Would you like to do a practice interview? The Career Center is offering remote appointments. Please request an appointment in DiggerNet.
Quick Questions / Drop-in Assistance: The best way to get quick questions answered is to check our website, email, call , or connect with us on DiggerNet Live Chat. We are also available for both in person and virtual meetings. Virtual meetings takes place over Zoom. Visit Diggernet to access the Zoom link. Quick questions include DiggerNet support, help scheduling an appointment, or other questions that might be answered in 15 minutes. Drop-in hours available here.
On-line Interviews and Info Sessions: Throughout the year, virtual interviews, and company info sessions are held to enhance the job search opportunities. These are valuable components to the student’s job search and career exploration process. Visit Diggernet to learn more.
Student Assistant Job Fair: Need an on-campus job? Have work study? The Career Center invites all students looking for on-campus employment to attend the Student Assistant Job Fair. The event will take place virtually on August 25th from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. This is a live virtual fair. Students can access the event through DiggerNet, under Events the day of the event and chat with departments across campus hiring student positions.
Conversations with the Career Center/ Mines Alumni Panel: A panel of Mines alumni, who graduated during a challenging economy, share how they made the most of the circumstances and created their own paths. Recording available here.
Graduate School Week: Considering applying for graduate school? Recordings available for Why Grad School and Application Tips, Writing a Statement of Purpose, Funding Options, and Graduate Students Panel.
DiggerNet - Apply to Internships and Full Time Jobs: DiggerNet is the place to look for full-time positions and internships. Virtual employer events are posted in DiggerNet. Research industries and companies, apply to jobs and Internships.
Career Manual:“Tools for Engineering Your Career”is a resource guide for all aspects of the career and job search process. Sections include business etiquette, building an electronic presence, transitioning to the workforce, and includes many resume, cover letter, and follow up communication samples.
Interstride: Interstride is designed to enhance the career exploration and job-search experience for international students, and additionally offers valuable tools for all students.
Graduate Outcomes and Salaries: Compare salary offers with Mines graduates' through the outcomes report.
Updated on 08/14/20
Please reach out to the Career Center with questions or concerns:
firstname.lastname@example.org, 303.273.3233, mines.edu/careers
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