As graduation approaches for thousands of our students, we are excited for the bright futures they have ahead of them. They have worked hard in their areas of study, from the arts, to the humanities to the STEM fields. We are confident they will go on to excel in today’s workforce. Employers look for graduates who are effective leaders, communicators and global citizens, but they also expect them to be experts in their specific fields of study. We're proud to say 9 of 10 Mizzou students have a successful career outcome six months after graduation. What makes our students so successful?
Chancellor Cartwright talks with two graduating seniors who are going on to wonderful opportunities: Hadas Cohen is a senior earning her bachelor’s degree in textile and apparel management, who will be working as a merchandising analyst at Walmart’s corporate headquarters. Matthew Green is a senior earning his bachelor’s degree in economics and statistics, who will be working in Jefferson City as a fellow in the Missouri Data Fellows Program. We discuss some of the experiences that have shaped their time at Mizzou, and highlight the resources that have supported their journeys.
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