MSU Career Services Network hosts on campus and virtual events, resources and services for all students. You can find more detailed information here: https://careernetwork.msu.edu/. College specific information is included below.
Career Exploration and Job Listing Services
Resources and services are available through our Excel Network: online & remote internships, career advising https://excelnetwork.cal.msu.edu/careers/
VMock AI Review: an online resume review tool that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to provide feedback and suggested edits for resumes. Available only to Broad students; contact: Tony Mara email@example.com; https://www.vmock.com/msubroad
Group Career Search Prep Workshops: Students may view all workshops and register (although registration is not necessary) on Handshake https://www.joinhandshake.com/
Virtual Drop-By Hours contact: Kristen Hintz firstname.lastname@example.org; Drop in hours with Zoom link can be found on Handshake https://www.joinhandshake.com/ and on D2L, Russell Palmer Career Management Resources Community https://d2l.msu.edu/d2l/home
Broad Career Bulletin: Contact: Kristen Hintz (email@example.com)
Broad Career Guide: While a paper version has been available, the entire Guide can be found online in PDF format on the Broad website and on D2L; contact: Kristen Hintz firstname.lastname@example.org; https://broad.msu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Broad-Job-Search-Guide-2020-2021.pdf
Virtual Career Center information is available at https://broad.msu.edu/career-management/virtual/
Residential Business College (RBC) Success Series: every Tuesday 6:00pm – 7:00pm https://broad.msu.edu/undergraduate/opportunities/rbc/
Residential Business College (RBC) Lunch and Learns provide students with an opportunity to learn professional development tips https://broad.msu.edu/undergraduate/opportunities/rbc/
Women in Business Student Association (WBSA) Mock Career Fair: This virtual event provides direct contact recruiting with members of Multicultural Business Programs student organizations. It is open to all Broad students; contact Person: Ms. Ann Crain email@example.com
Student and Industry Resource Center “SIRC” supports students interested in careers in the hospitality industry. firstname.lastname@example.org 517-353-9747
The Burgess Institute offers career planning advising, resources and services through tailored communications with students. Contact Desireé Melfi Bozzo, email@example.com, via https://calendly.com/desireemelfibozzo.
Field Experience: weekly employer site visits to help students explore communication related careers and expand their networks by meeting with alumni and employers; contact: Randi Martinez, firstname.lastname@example.org - https://comartsci.msu.edu/student-experience/field-experience
Virtual Sales Leadership Career Fair: https://msu.joinhandshake.com/career_fairs/16309/student_preview?token=LRzY0VYtCTqXePO6f7cr6Mk_3PdiWuVGeAy0dX42Ge_jd0vf2MrGZg
CAS 110: Creative Thinking is a 400+ person asynchronous experiential learning course. Students engage in small group and class discussions on various topics including empathy, problem-solving strategies and more. They help solve real-world challenges through the design thinking process. They also get to know each other and their professor through "ask me anything" sessions and a class wide talent show.
CAS 492 740: 1 credit 8 week career planning course; contact: Randi Martinez, email@example.com
On Line Career Resources: The MSU Career Services Network offers many free online resources for MSU students. Students should go to the Career Services website for additional information not found on this site. https://education.msu.edu/resources/students/career-services/#career-resources
The College of Engineering Career Center offers all services virtually and engages students and employers. https://www.egr.msu.edu/careers/virtual-career-center
James Madison College’s Career Services Office supports students as they explore their career interests and prepare for post-graduate opportunities https://jmc.msu.edu/current-students/career/index.html
Student Services plus Honors College advising and alumni staff team to develop programming. https://honorscollege.msu.edu/programs/index.html
Career Workshops: Career advising as well as workshops; contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Running Start is MSU’s multi-disciplinary program that helps equip students for work in today's music industry. Running Start prepares students to creatively channel their passions into vibrant careers. https://www.music.msu.edu/information-for-students/runningstart
Career Planning and Resources: Online appointments can be scheduled with Mr. Brian Telfor, NatSci Career Consultant. Online resources are available on the NatSci College Career Services website. https://natsci.msu.edu/students/current-students/college-career-services/
Career Advising Appointments can be made by logging into Handshake, clicking “Career Center” then “Appointments”. RCAH students should schedule an appointment with “RCAH-Allison Fox,” or email Allison directly at email@example.com.
Career and Internship Resources: Fall career exploration events featuring alumni are held each November as part of the college's Wednesday Night Live program https://rcah.msu.edu/current-students/careers-internships/index.html
Online Career Development Programs are available at https://socialscience.msu.edu/undergraduate/current-students/careers/index.html
Experiential Learning Students within the College of Social Science have endless options to participate in credit-bearing Experiential Learning opportunities. These experiences allow students to grow as professionals, scholars and individuals. https://socialscience.msu.edu/undergraduate/experiential-learning/index.html
Career Services including resume and professional development workshops, career fairs, and more; Contact: Paul Edwards firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or visit: https://michiganstate.sharepoint.com/sites/MSU-CVM/SitePages/Students/Student-Career-Resources.aspx