We are Focused on your Future
We like to pursue new ideas without limits—it’s what makes Mines graduates exceptional. You can find this limitless style in our unique programs, world-class teaching staff and state-of-the art facilities that prepare students for a successful career in a variety of fields.
But it’s the opportunities outside the classroom that take it to the next level. You will have opportunities to learn and train with industry experts through our vast network of partnership with private and government STEM agencies. You will be sought out by leading companies that are looking for new employees with the skills necessary to take the world into the future.
In other words, your career will be limitless.
Career Center – Annual Report 2021-22
Learn helpful details and data about the numerous positive impacts Mines can have on your professional future
Undergraduate Experiential Learning
students graduate with documented, relevant technical work or research experience
BS students graduate with
technical work experience
organizations partner with Mines for internships and technical experience opportunities
Emphasizing Career Preparation
Mines is dedicated to the idea that hands-on learning and real-world experience prepares students far better than learning by lecture alone. We encourage and support our students to explore opportunities in a variety of experiential learning settings through research, cooperative education and internships.
Outcomes – Class of 2020-21
interviews conducted during
spring and fall semesters
jobs posted on Mines internal
recruitment site by 800 employers
Best Public Universities by Salary Potential in Colorado
Number 1 for career return on investment, Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workplace
Average starting salary
During my internship at Lockheed Martin, I had endless opportunities to grow and develop new ideas beyond the realm of what I thought was possible. Mines helped lay the foundation of skills allowing me to perform well in this demanding position.
Mechanical Engineering, ’19
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Mines was my top choice for graduate school. The main factor that swayed my decision was the partnerships the school has and the wonderful opportunities that provides.
MS, Mineral and Energy Economics, ’18
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The career fair is always a great way to see how many people love Mines, whether they’re alumni or companies who love Mines students for our work ethic and it always motivates me to work harder to get cool internship experiences.
Student, Civil Engineering
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