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You are almost to the finish line here at Missouri S&T. Be sure to fill out your intent to graduate form and continue to make the most of your last year here as a Miner. Reflect on your experience and set new goals as you begin to embark on a journey beyond Missouri S&T.
- Sign up for a LEAD session.
- Visit the Writing Center for free individualized help with any written work, from English 20 essays to senior design projects. They can even help with personal or creative writing projects.
- Contact a Study Abroad Advisor or visit the study abroad website to learn more about study abroad opportunities.
- Meet with your academic advisor to make sure you are on track for graduation.
- Complete all forms you need for graduation.
- Ask for a letter of recommendation from your professors and/or advisor if you plan on attending graduate school.
- Offer advice for younger members within the student organizations you are involved in.
- Nominate yourself for a Missouri S&T Extreme Makeover: Career Edition so you can be sure to look your best.
- Register with COER on the third floor of Norwood. This must be done every semester.
- Meet with a Career Opportunities & Employer Relations (COER) Advisor and attend COER workshops.
- Read COER's tips and utlized their templates and worksheets.
- Participate in the Mentor a Miner program to ask alumni, employers, and faculty advice about determing a major, finding interships/co-ops, and career goals.
- Update your resume. Add summer work experience, student groups, GPA, etc. Visit the COER to have someone proof and look over it.
- Attend both of the career fairs.
- Sign up for a practice interview at the COER.
- Evaluate any job offers you have received. For guidance on job offers, check out the worksheets the COER has made available to you.
Service Learning\Civil Engagement
- Visit the Volunteerism and Civic Engagement webpage and learn about all the different ways to volunteer on campus and with the surrounding community.
- Present your research at the Missouri S&T Undergraduate Research Conference.