Take advantage of our free, user-friendly, on-line recruiting tool, DiggerNet. This system is proactive, gives the faculty/staff member full control of the application/interview process. As soon as your job is posted and approved, it will send an email out to all of the qualified, actively seeking students and recent graduates. Feel free to link and register.
This allows you to see current job postings for the students in your major or all majors; know which companies are coming to recruit on our campus; attend information sessions to network and research, research company information, and more!
Each September and February, the Career Center puts on a huge career fair with hundreds of employers, open to all students. We strongly encourage all Faculty to join us in the Student Rec Center for these events, which allows you a chance to talk with companies about how they can be involved with your department through projects, research, tours, and technical talks!
Faculty and staff can request customized, non-confidential, outcomes and recruiting data for reports, and accreditation needs with a two week notice. The Career Center loves to partner with faculty and staff on over 60 annual requests for career development presentations.Data / Reports Presentations Equipment Usage
Annually, the Career Center at Colorado School of Mines collects data and analyzes the outcomes and recruiting activities on campus during the prior academic year. The summaries of graduate outcomes and salaries, internship salaries, and recruiting activities including custom department data, can be found at this link.
Information on labor markets is valuable data in determining what both the future and current employment opportunities look like. These links allow the individual to research indicators such as job growth, unemployment statistics, and economic / demographic data.NACE Colorado Dept. of Labor US Dept. of Labor