Career Planning Advising, Resources, Services

MSU Career Services Network hosts on campus and virtual events, resources and services for all students. You can find more detailed information here: College specific information is included below.


Agriculture and Natural Resources

Career Exploration and Job Listing Services

Experiential Learning/Internships:

Animal Science

Community Sustainability

Food Science

Nutritional Sciences


Arts and Letters

Resources and services are available through our Excel Network: online & remote internships, career advising


Broad College of Business

Individual Career Coaching Appointments, including mock interviews (Zoom, MS Teams, audio-only); contact:; appointments can be made on Handshake

On-Demand Virtual Career Prep Resources: contact Kristen Hintz; D2L, Russell Palmer Career Management Resources Community

Career Document (resume, cover letter) Review: contact: Kristen Hintz; email: for review

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;

Group Career Search Prep Workshops: Students may view all workshops and register (although registration is not necessary) on Handshake

Virtual Drop-By Hours contact: Kristen Hintz; Drop in hours with Zoom link can be found on Handshake and on D2L, Russell Palmer Career Management Resources Community

Broad Career Bulletin: Contact: Kristen Hintz (

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;

Virtual Recruiting Events: contact: Al Hatch; Handshake

Virtual Job Board Platform: All full-time jobs and internship opportunities can be found on Handshake; contact: Al Hatch; Handshake

Virtual Career Center information is available at

Residential Business College (RBC) Success Series: every Tuesday 6:00pm – 7:00pm

Residential Business College (RBC) Lunch and Learns provide students with an opportunity to learn professional development tips

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

Student and Industry Resource Center “SIRC” supports students interested in careers in the hospitality industry. 517-353-9747


Burgess Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

The Burgess Institute offers career planning advising, resources and services through tailored communications with students. Contact Desireé Melfi Bozzo,, via


Communication Arts and Sciences

Career Advising available via phone, zoom and document review email dropbox; contact: Randi Martinez,

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, -

Virtual Sales Leadership Career Fair:

Career Fair Prep Sessions: virtual on-demand workshops for Communication Arts and Sciences student organizations; contact: Randi Martinez, -

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,



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.



The College of Engineering Career Center offers all services virtually and engages students and employers.


James Madison

James Madison College’s Career Services Office supports students as they explore their career interests and prepare for post-graduate opportunities


Honors College

Student Services plus Honors College advising and alumni staff team to develop programming.


Lyman Briggs

Career Workshops: Career advising as well as workshops; contact:



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.


Natural Science

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.


Residential College in the Arts and Humanities (RCAH)

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

Career and Internship Resources: Fall career exploration events featuring alumni are held each November as part of the college's Wednesday Night Live program


Social Science

Online Career Development Programs are available at

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.


Veterinary Medicine

Career Services including resume and professional development workshops, career fairs, and more; Contact: Paul Edwards for more information or visit: