Welcome to GMiS Career Connector

GMiS remains committed to the academic, career and professional development of its students.  The GMiS Career Connector is a secure, online platform especially designed for current undergraduate and graduate students, from traditionally underrepresented groups - - Hispanics, African Americans, Native Americans, and women - in STEM and heath-related fields to gain access to employment opportunities.

How GMiS Career Connector Works

GMiS encourages students pursuing science, technology, engineering, math and health-related fields of study to take advantage of this opportunity and upload their current resume to the GMiS Career Connector. Once uploaded, resumes will remain active for 365 days, from the date of posting. Students are encouraged to upload their updated resume with relevant content as often as needed. GMiS Career Connector will only retain the most recently uploaded resume.

Students will be required to create their login credentials, complete a career profile, and upload their resume. Resumes may only be uploaded as PDF documents.

Please note that by participating in the GMiS Career Connector, a student grants permission to GMiS to share the data contained in the resume with third-party entities, such as industry and government agencies who may have employment opportunities that align with a student’s profile.

GMiS will promote the resumes to sponsors throughout the calendar year to maximize the opportunity of employment for its students. If sponsors have potential employment opportunities that may match a student’s profile, they will directly contact the student. GMiS does not engage with sponsors and/or job seekers in the selection and interview process beyond providing access to resumes.

Who May Access GMiS Career Connector         

The GMiS Career Connector is specifically intended for college students - undergraduate and graduate students - who are currently enrolled in a STEM or health-related field of study at an accredited college or university in the U.S or Puerto, and who are eligible to work in the U.S. without sponsorship. GMiS especially encourages students who are of Hispanic, African American, or Native American descent or women to upload their resume.

How to Access GMiS Career Connector

Are you ready to upload your resume? Click Here to Access the GMiS Career Connector.