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You're likely here because you were looking for Career Services at NMSU. In January of 2020, Career Services' functions split off into other offices to better meet the needs of students, the university, and partnering employers. Career Advising merged into the Center for Academic Advising and Student Support while all of the pieces that work in conjunction with external partners—Corporate Relations, Career Fairs & Events, and the Cooperative Education and Internship Program—joined the newly formed Office of Experiential Learning.

We're excited to embark upon the 2020-2021 Academic Year with you!

Not sure where to turn to next?

Below you'll see a structural breakdown of who to connect with for your particular needs:


Office of Experiential Learning

Experiential Learning Employers Students Career Fairs Corporate Events Internships Co-ops Handshake Education Abroad Community Engagement



Your primary Link to Career Fairs and Events, full-time & part-time jobs and internships (including work-study), and your gateway to the Cooperative Education & Internship Program is Handshake.

If you have a cooperative or internship experience that needs to be certified, you'll work with the Cooperative Education and Internship Program in our office.


If you need assistance posting a job or event in Handshake, we can assist you with this.

Additionally, if you have questions or concerns about your registration for one of our upcoming career fairs or need assistance scheduling an event, you'll want to contact our Corporate Relations team.

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Phone: (575) 646-1631

Center for Academic Advising and Student Support

Students Advising Career Advising Career Exploration Resume Reviews Workshops Mock Interviews Handshake LinkedIn Career Fair Prep



Career exploration, career advising, and academic advising go hand-in-hand. Career interests often shape student's choices about majors & minors and they can also help you decide which electives and GenEd courses you'll take.

If you're looking for ways to improve your resume, cover letter, interviewing success, digital profile(s), and networking skills, log in to Handshake to find Workshops or schedule an appointment.

Do you need help connecting with resources on campus? Your Academic Advisor can help you identify on-campus opportunities, such as student organizations, that may help you achieve your goals.


Would you like someone to present a workshop to your class? Presentations can be requested through our website.

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Phone: (575) 646-2941


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