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Mar
17
Tue
MSUFCU Internship Opportunity Award
Mar 17 – Mar 31 all-day
MSUFCU Internship Opportunity Award

If you are an MSU undergraduate participating in an unpaid internship, this program is designed to encourage and support your initiative in finding experiential learning opportunities that help you prepare for your career.  Funded by the generosity of the MSUFCU and individual donors, this program is administered through the MSU Career Services Network.

Stipend awards of up to $1,000 each are available to help cover out-of-pocket expenses related to the internship.  The number of awards and dollar amounts will be based on available program funds and demonstrated student interest and need. (Many awards will be for less than the maximum $1,000 award.)

Summer 2020 internships must occur during a significant period between May – August, 2020.

Application Process:

  • log in to D2L system at D2L.msu.edu and click on “Self Registration” and then select class option “MSUFCU Intern Award”
  • Complete and submit the application survey form
  • Upload your current resume
  • Upload your personal essay (see essay instructions below)
  • Note: You should receive a confirmation email after completing each of the above actions

Application Checklist: 

__ Online application completely filled out. Provide information about the internship you are most likely to secure if you have not already secured (accepted) an internship position.
__ Personal Essay – One page (about 500 words) describing your academic and career goals and how this internship fits into your strategy for achieving your goals. You are encouraged to demonstrate your passion for your internship opportunity as well as make your case for any financial considerations (e.g., out-of-pocket expenses) that are affecting your ability to pursue your internship. If you have not yet secured one, describe the #1 priority internship you are pursuing.
__ Current Resume

Mar
30
Mon
Undergraduate Research Virtual Peer Advising
Mar 30 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Undergraduate Research Virtual Peer Advising

Undergraduate Research Peer Advising Hours will be held virtually via zoom on Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 1:00 – 4:00 PM (EDT) starting Monday, March 30 to Friday, April 17. Students are required to sign up for a 20-minute peer advising session using the following form below:

Sign up for Undergraduate Research Peer Advising: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xqoBwXL8YgY9zdy_lYP-sKo8Y1kCpEupei0x-Jc1_BM/edit#gid=0

Although campus has gone virtual, we understand research still continues. Therefore, we brainstormed some topics students might consider seeking assistance with, such as:

1.       How do you make the most out of this experience?

2.       How to does research-from-home look like?

3.       How do search/apply for summer research opportunities online?

4.       How do you communicate with your research mentor re: plans for next semester?  (virtually/remotely)?

5.       How do you end/negotiate your experience on campus?

6.       How do you reach out to faculty at this moment?

7.       How do you manage time/stay on track?

 

Apr
2
Thu
Undergraduate Research Virtual Peer Advising
Apr 2 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Undergraduate Research Virtual Peer Advising

Undergraduate Research Peer Advising Hours will be held virtually via zoom on Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 1:00 – 4:00 PM (EDT) starting Monday, March 30 to Friday, April 17. Students are required to sign up for a 20-minute peer advising session using the following form below:

Sign up for Undergraduate Research Peer Advising: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xqoBwXL8YgY9zdy_lYP-sKo8Y1kCpEupei0x-Jc1_BM/edit#gid=0

Although campus has gone virtual, we understand research still continues. Therefore, we brainstormed some topics students might consider seeking assistance with, such as:

1.       How do you make the most out of this experience?

2.       How to does research-from-home look like?

3.       How do search/apply for summer research opportunities online?

4.       How do you communicate with your research mentor re: plans for next semester?  (virtually/remotely)?

5.       How do you end/negotiate your experience on campus?

6.       How do you reach out to faculty at this moment?

7.       How do you manage time/stay on track?

 

Apr
3
Fri
Undergraduate Research Virtual Peer Advising
Apr 3 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Undergraduate Research Virtual Peer Advising

Undergraduate Research Peer Advising Hours will be held virtually via zoom on Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 1:00 – 4:00 PM (EDT) starting Monday, March 30 to Friday, April 17. Students are required to sign up for a 20-minute peer advising session using the following form below:

Sign up for Undergraduate Research Peer Advising: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xqoBwXL8YgY9zdy_lYP-sKo8Y1kCpEupei0x-Jc1_BM/edit#gid=0

Although campus has gone virtual, we understand research still continues. Therefore, we brainstormed some topics students might consider seeking assistance with, such as:

1.       How do you make the most out of this experience?

2.       How to does research-from-home look like?

3.       How do search/apply for summer research opportunities online?

4.       How do you communicate with your research mentor re: plans for next semester?  (virtually/remotely)?

5.       How do you end/negotiate your experience on campus?

6.       How do you reach out to faculty at this moment?

7.       How do you manage time/stay on track?

 

Apr
6
Mon
Undergraduate Research Virtual Peer Advising
Apr 6 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Undergraduate Research Virtual Peer Advising

Undergraduate Research Peer Advising Hours will be held virtually via zoom on Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 1:00 – 4:00 PM (EDT) starting Monday, March 30 to Friday, April 17. Students are required to sign up for a 20-minute peer advising session using the following form below:

Sign up for Undergraduate Research Peer Advising: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xqoBwXL8YgY9zdy_lYP-sKo8Y1kCpEupei0x-Jc1_BM/edit#gid=0

Although campus has gone virtual, we understand research still continues. Therefore, we brainstormed some topics students might consider seeking assistance with, such as:

1.       How do you make the most out of this experience?

2.       How to does research-from-home look like?

3.       How do search/apply for summer research opportunities online?

4.       How do you communicate with your research mentor re: plans for next semester?  (virtually/remotely)?

5.       How do you end/negotiate your experience on campus?

6.       How do you reach out to faculty at this moment?

7.       How do you manage time/stay on track?

 

Apr
7
Tue
Virtual Interviewing (Webinar)
Apr 7 @ 3:00 pm
Virtual Interviewing (Webinar)

Even before the current crisis, many employers moved to virtual interview formats for early round screening. Many companies are still excited to hire you, but that process may be more likely to move to a virtual format in the coming weeks. Join our Career Services Network Team for some tips and tricks to help build your skills for a variety of interviews!

Apr
9
Thu
Undergraduate Research Virtual Peer Advising
Apr 9 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Undergraduate Research Virtual Peer Advising

Undergraduate Research Peer Advising Hours will be held virtually via zoom on Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 1:00 – 4:00 PM (EDT) starting Monday, March 30 to Friday, April 17. Students are required to sign up for a 20-minute peer advising session using the following form below:

Sign up for Undergraduate Research Peer Advising: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xqoBwXL8YgY9zdy_lYP-sKo8Y1kCpEupei0x-Jc1_BM/edit#gid=0

Although campus has gone virtual, we understand research still continues. Therefore, we brainstormed some topics students might consider seeking assistance with, such as:

1.       How do you make the most out of this experience?

2.       How to does research-from-home look like?

3.       How do search/apply for summer research opportunities online?

4.       How do you communicate with your research mentor re: plans for next semester?  (virtually/remotely)?

5.       How do you end/negotiate your experience on campus?

6.       How do you reach out to faculty at this moment?

7.       How do you manage time/stay on track?

 

Apr
10
Fri
Career Exploration (Virtual) Coffee Chat
Apr 10 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Career Exploration (Virtual) Coffee Chat

*This is a virtual session. You will be sent the Zoom link upon registering. RSVP through Handshake is required.

Your time at MSU is filled with many choices. There’s constant pressure to “have it all figured out.” Come chat with a career advisor about exploring different options for majors and careers. Feel free to enjoy your own coffee, tea, or hot chocolate during this session!

Undergraduate Research Virtual Peer Advising
Apr 10 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Undergraduate Research Virtual Peer Advising

Undergraduate Research Peer Advising Hours will be held virtually via zoom on Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 1:00 – 4:00 PM (EDT) starting Monday, March 30 to Friday, April 17. Students are required to sign up for a 20-minute peer advising session using the following form below:

Sign up for Undergraduate Research Peer Advising: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xqoBwXL8YgY9zdy_lYP-sKo8Y1kCpEupei0x-Jc1_BM/edit#gid=0

Although campus has gone virtual, we understand research still continues. Therefore, we brainstormed some topics students might consider seeking assistance with, such as:

1.       How do you make the most out of this experience?

2.       How to does research-from-home look like?

3.       How do search/apply for summer research opportunities online?

4.       How do you communicate with your research mentor re: plans for next semester?  (virtually/remotely)?

5.       How do you end/negotiate your experience on campus?

6.       How do you reach out to faculty at this moment?

7.       How do you manage time/stay on track?

 

Apr
13
Mon
Northwestern Pritzker School of Law Master of Science in Law Zoom Info Session
Apr 13 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Northwestern Pritzker School of Law Master of Science in Law Zoom Info Session

Are you interested in pursuing a career that integrates science, law, and business? Join us for Northwestern’s Pritzker School of Law Zoom presentation about their new graduate program, Master of Science in Law! The Master of Science in Law degree (MSL) at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law arms STEM professionals with the tools they need to succeed in today’s complex business environment. It is the first master’s degree of its kind to integrate the study of law, business, and regulation as these areas relate to STEM industries. The integrative mindset and skillset that MSL graduates develop empower them to better analyze and solve multi-faceted problems. MSL graduates are well-positioned to play an active role in leading industry, developing policy, advancing innovation, and commercializing ideas. The unique MSL curriculum centers on the intersection of law, business, and technology, with specific focus areas in business and entrepreneurship, intellectual property and patent design, regulatory analysis and strategy, and skills development.

When: Monday, April 13th

Time: 1-2pm

Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/467252284