MSU Career Services Network is hosting “Drop-In Days” where all students can learn about Career Services Network and the services that we provide. They will be providing information and help with several resources such as: finding on campus jobs, resume reviews, career fair prep, navigating Handshake, and building a professional social media presence. Drop-In Days will occur August 26th-August 28th from 11am-3 pm in the Student Services Building, Room 113
8/29 Artists and Models (dir. Frank Tashlin, 1955)
Presented by Kaveh Askari
Eugene and Rick are two struggling artists who share apartment. However, Rick has problems with that, because Eugene is obsessed with pulp fiction comic books and has nightmares because of that. However, Rick soon finds that those nightmares could be excellent material for writing his own comic books.
Career Fair Description
Sponsored by Jackson National Life, this event is open to all MSU students looking for a part-time job or internship while in school. Local businesses, non-profits, government agencies and MSU departments will be present to talk with you about available opportunities during fall and spring semesters. On-site career coaching is available!
Location: Spartan Stadium Office Tower, 4th floor Huntington Club (map)
Note: This is a casual, informal career fair so it’s okay to come as you are from your classes. You don’t have to put on hot, career clothes, but do try to look nice for the employers.
How can I prepare for a job fair:
Career Fair 101 – Elevator Speech
Career Fair 101 – How to Prepare
Career Fair 101- What to Expect
Questions? Call us!
MSU Career Services Network: (517) 884-1300
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- Printed maps/company layouts at the event.
- Carpool when possible.
9/5 Carmen Jones (dir. Otto Preminger, 1954)
Presented by Ken Harrow
The tale of the cigarette-maker Carmen and the Spanish cavalry soldier Don Jose is translated into a modern-day story of a parachute factory worker and a stalwart GI named Joe who is about to go to flying school. Conflict arises when a prize-ring champ captures the heart of Carmen after she has seduced Joe and caused him to go AWOL.
Spend time with the cast and crew of Come From Away!
This service activity is being organized in collaboration with the Wharton Center social media team, and the actors and director of the musical, Come From Away, which is being performed at the Wharton Center beginning September 10.
•Painting a banner for the Refugee Development Center’s youth soccer team for their first game this semester! No artistic experience required.
•Making blankets for refugee families in the Lansing area.
This is a great service opportunity, where students can do some collaborative artistic work (no artistic experience required!) and learn a little about refugees and the challenges they face. RDC and St. Vincent Catholic Charities will be there to answer questions about volunteering at their facilities.
9/12 The Stone Flower (dir. Aleksandr Ptushko, 1944)
Presented by McKayle Sluga
This remarkable film is based on P. Bazhov’s fairy tale “The Malachite Box”. Little Danila was the most inquisitive apprentice of old Prokopich, a famous stone-carving master. Years passed… Like his teacher, the grown-up Danila has learned to feel the soul of his material and became an expert in handling rare precious stones found in the Ural Mountains. One day he met the Mistress of the Copper Mountain, a fairy who ordered for herself an unusual stone flower.
Talk with Employers and Career Services staff to have your resume reviewed in preparation of the upcoming Fall Career Fairs. Need a professional photo taken for your Handshake or Linkedin profile, there will be a photographer available during the event. Please bring a printed copy of your resume.
Questions? Please contact Career Services at 517-355-9510