Published on Sept. 1, 2015
Rob McDaniels has been named director of the Career Center at the University of Missouri. McDaniels has part of the MU Career Center staff since 1987.
“I look forward to connecting with students and I am honored to be a part of their lives,” McDaniels says. “I am excited to work with our dedicated staff on not only meeting the present challenges, but anticipating and strategically planning for the future.”
McDaniels was director of MU’s Job Development Programs from 1987-93 before serving as director of Student Career Services from 1993-2000. He became assistant director of the MU Career Center in 1996 and was promoted to associate director in 2007.
The MU Career Center offers a comprehensive range of services and resources to assist students with their career exploration and development. The Center’s services are built on a foundation of research and best practices in career development and counseling psychology.
“The Career Center is positioned to make a difference in the lives of students,” McDaniels says. “Whether that be by helping them understand more about their strengths, teaching them how to write a successful resume and how to conduct themselves in an interview, or helping them find an experience that will solidify their career choice, we have resources that serve a wide-range of student needs.”