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Mizzou Grads Begin Careers By Staying On Campus

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 COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) – Some new University of Missouri graduates are staying on campus to begin their post-college careers. The Columbia Daily Tribune reports  that

the campus fundraising office hires recent grads to work as MU development officers. The new hires already have a vital skill for those positions: a passion for the university. The new employees can look toward role models such as university budget director Tim Rooney. He’s a 1972 campus graduate who has spent all but four years of his working life on campus.