A student involvement fair where student organizations, living unit groups, and major governing groups meet new and returning students to inform them about their organization’s purpose and events.
- An opportunity to recruit new members, while displaying literature, awards, and highlights of the organization.
Open to all students, all majors! Looking for part-time employment while you are in school? Need a local internship? Interested in learning more about opportunities in the Greater Lansing Area? Then the Student Job & Internship Fair is for you!
Formerly known as Earn, Learn & Intern, this is the first major job fair of the school year and it’s just for students! Meet with representatives from on-campus employers and local companies and organizations who will be looking to hire MSU students during the school year.
Select from mini sessions and resources to help you prep for upcoming professional opportunities. This month’s series will include programming focused on: Career Fair Prep | Networking | Interviewing | Resumes, Cover Letters, and Professional Documents |
1:00 – 1:30: Room C201 Career Fair Prep Room C202 Interviewing Room C204 Professional Profile
1:40 – 2:10: Room C201 Networking Room C202 Interviewing Room C 204 Professional Profile
2:20 – 2:50: Room C201 Networking Room C202 Career Fair Prep Room C204 Professional Profile
1:30 – 3:30: Resource Fair 10 minute resume critiques | Professional Dress and Appearance Consultations | 30 second introduction assistance | Q&A Booth for all your questions
The College of Arts & Letters Excel Network is excited to host our annual event Java & Jam!
Join us for free coffee and live music while you network and chat with MSU alumni representing fields in our 6 career communities (see http://excelnetwork.cal.msu.edu/about-excel-network/career-communities).
Who: MSU College of Arts & Letters Students and MSU Alumni
What: Network and enjoy coffee, cocoa, and live music in a coffee house style networking event
Where: Broad Art Lab (565 E Grand River Ave, East Lansing, MI)
When: Thursday, February 21, 2019, 6-8pm
Why: To meet awesome alumni, create connections, build professional contacts, and practice networking in a relaxed atmosphere.
This is a casual event, no resumes necessary. All class levels and majors are welcome!
Questions or need more information?
Contact Victoria Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org To learn more about the Excel Network and Sign up for Career Community News – visit: http://excelnetwork.cal.msu.edu/
The 1st Annual CAL Creative Arts & Research Forum for undergraduate students will feature over 45 students (including 25 Citizen Scholars) participating in 25 lightning talks and 20+ poster/visual presentations.
This event provides students in CAL the opportunity to showcase their unique areas of research within the creative arts and humanities, develop skills in assembling professional level presentations, as well as practice in formal public speaking for presentations. A select number of prizes/monetary awards will be presented to student winners.
- Showcase 2pm-4pm
- Reception & Awards 4pm-5pm
Please join us
Speaker: Ashley Sanders-Jackson, Assistant Professor, Department of Advertising and Public Relations, College of Communication Arts and Science
TOPIC: Tobacco Control: A sticky, complex, problem
Tobacco is the number one preventable cause of death in the United States. However, the structural, interpersonal and personal factors that contribute to tobacco use are complex and require integration of a variety of methodological approaches and expertise across disciplines. In this talk, I will discuss how in my work I apply variety of conceptual and operational approaches, utilizing skills from interdisciplinary teams, to help tackle this public health problem.
The Michigan State University Center for Interdisciplinarity (C4I) advances interdisciplinary research and pedagogy at the University while preparing the next generation of citizen leaders to address the most challenging questions of our time. In addition to conducting original research on interdisciplinary process and practice, it serves as an advocate for researchers and scholars, consulting with teams, providing resources for and about interdisciplinarity, and creating opportunities for training, education, networking, mentorship, visibility, and funding both on and off-campus.