You can always learn more about networking, interviewing, and how to create job search documents. We've compiled resources to guide you from writing a resume all the way to acing your interview.

The Career Closet is located in Towers 112 and is available throughout the semester and by individual appointment. This is an opportunity for students to access free business attire without leaving the Southeast campus. Take what you need, need what you take.

Donations are accepted throughout the year in the Office of Career Services (Academic Hall 057). We do reserve the right to remove items that are unclean, in poor condition, or do not fit within the definition of business attire.


Apply for jobs/internships by activating your account online.

Chartwells On-Campus Dining

Apply by activating your Handshake account online.

Information Technology

Apply online

Recreation Services

Apply online for recreation services positions.

Facilities Management

Email and include your schedule. They will contact you if a job opens matching your schedule.

Show Me Center

Apply in person Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Admin Offices on 1333 N. Sprigg.

Campus Departments

If you learn of an opportunity to work on campus that is not listed, you may consider dropping by that department and submitting a resume.

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Alumni Association

Graduates can visit the Alumni Association page for more information on alumni events, benefits, and opportunities to get involved. Although not specifically geared towards networking, many alumni events bring together professionals from across industries, giving you the opportunity to mingle with your peers and form connections.

Diversity Resources

Committed to advocating for equal access for career opportunities and dedicated to offering services, resources and programming for students from various life experiences and diverse social identities, such as race, color, ethnicity, age, sex, spirituality, marital status, national origin, ancestry, socioeconomic background, sexual orientation, disability and gender identity or expression, to promote the success of students and alumni in navigating their educational and career journeys.

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Job Websites

The Mom Project has additional resume and career information. Similar to, the website also contains a searchable employment bank limited to Missouri positions.

Academic Hall 057
Mailing Address
One University Plaza, MS 3333
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701