Thinking about becoming a Mines student? Check out the resources below to see how the Career Center can help you as soon as your first semester.
The Career Center is currently operating remotely but is available to support students, alumni, faculty, staff and industry partners during regular business hours. For assistance:
The Mines Strategy is a career resource that guides students from the beginning of the job search process to the end.
Career Center Advising Services
Meet with a Career Advisor to get the help you need, however you need it.
Resume and Cover Letter Writing
Write, update, and tailor your application materials to be a stand-out candidate.
Practice interview questions and chat through strategies to become a master interviewer.
Explore the many career paths and opportunities available for Mines students.
Job Search Strategies
Get connected to resources and strategies to craft a structured and motivating job search.
Find experiences that provide you with valuable experiential learning opportunities.
Learn strategies to build and grow your professional network.
Graduate school materials
Craft effective graduate school application materials.
Offer letter review
Review your offer and learn strategies to convey your value in salary and offer negotiations.
Co-ops provide students with the opportunity to gain academic credit and experiential learning.
Career Center Events
Every September and February, the Career Center hosts hundreds of organizations that provides opportunities for students to connect with employers and learn about the various career opportunities available to them.
Employer Info sessions
At various times throughout the year, employers come to campus to share about the purpose of their companies, their day-to-day work, and company cultures.
The Career Center hosts workshops throughout the year to help students brush up on their skills, career paths, and goals.
DiggerNet is the one-stop-shop for all things Mines Career Center. You can make an advising appointment with a career advisor, check out our upcoming events and workshops, search for jobs and internships, and lots more!
DiggerNet access will be provided to new students prior to beginning their first semester.
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OUR COMMITMENT TO INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY
The Colorado School of Mines Career Center is committed to embracing the inclusion and diversity of our campus community, thereby creating equal opportunity for everyone. We feel that acknowledging, respecting, and promoting each student and graduate, with their distinctive combination of age, sex, gender (including gender identity and gender expression), race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status or military service, and socioeconomic background, brings a creative, innovative and valued new workforce to our family of employers.
Those with accessibility needs, concerns or requests are encouraged to contact L. Jane Cain at 303-273-3233, firstname.lastname@example.org.