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Career Services

  • 3 Career Services Walk-in Hours

    Career Services is offering Spring Semester Walk-in hours Tuesdays from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. During a walk-in you may have your resume reviewed, guidance about writing cover letters, or receive tips on how to prepare for an interview.

  • 3 Career Services Finals Survival Kits

    Survive finals with help from Career Services. Stop by the table outside of the Library, grab a treat and a survival kit starting at 10 a.m. (until supplies last)!

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    Welcome to the Career Services Alumni page. Career Services is available to answer any job search-related questions. Please take a moment to see what our office has to offer.

    Looking for a Job?

    Career Services can help. Sign up for DIGGERecruiting, Career Services’ online job search tool. DIGGERecruiting can help you find and apply for jobs and sign up for career events.

    To find out more about DIGGERecruiting, please visit the Alumni DIGGERecruiting page.

    Career Services also hosts a fall and spring Career Fair. Check out the Alumni Career Fair page for more information.

    Is Your Company hiring?

    Career Services can help you recruit quality Montana Tech students and alumni for internships and full-time jobs. Contact Career Services at (406) 496-4140 or for more information.

    Encourage your employer to sign up for the Career Fair. Employers can meet with potential applicants during the fair and conduct interviews on campus the next day. Visit the Employer Career Fair page to find out more.

    Connect with Montana Tech Students

    Did you know you could be a valuable resource for current students? Students can learn a lot from someone already working in their field of study. Here are a few ways you can help out current students at Tech:

    • Informational Interviews:Informational Interviews are designed to let students “interview” alumni about their current positions and work experiences. These interviews help students get a feel for what the job is like and decide if they are still interested in that field.
    • Information Sessions and Class Presentations:Visit campus and conduct an Information Session or class presentation to get students interested in your company.
    • Practice Interviews:You can also conduct Practice Interviews for students during your campus visit. Practice Interviews give students a chance to get a feel for an actual interview for your company.

    For more information on ways to connect with current students, contact Career Services at (406) 496-4140 or