Funded by the generosity of the MSUFCU and individual donors, the MSUFCU Internship Opportunity Award provides stipend awards of up to $1,000 each to help cover out-of-pocket expenses related to an unpaid internship. The number of awards will be based on available program funds and demonstrated student interest and need. Contingent awards are available for students who have not accepted an internship offer by the application deadline, but internships must be secured (confirmed) within 10 days of the deadline. (Many awards will be for less than the maximum $1,000 award.) Awards are available for U.S. based internships only (remote internships and micro-internships are eligible for consideration).
Fall 2021 program applications:
- Application submissions begin on Tuesday, August 3 after 10:00am
- Application deadline is Tuesday, September 21 at 11:59pm
Recipients will be selected based on the following criteria:
- Undergraduate MSU student in good standing;
- Demonstrated financial need (as determined by the MSU Office of Financial Aid and the student essay);
- Internships can be on-site, virtual (remote), or a combination of on-site/virtual (“Stay safe, Spartans!”);
- Program is not open to students who are: interning with an MSU department; interning internationally; past award recipients; or in a graduate level program;
- 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
- 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, share what you will be doing and learning, 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 an internship, describe the #1 priority internship you are pursuing.
- Note: You should receive a confirmation email after completing each of the above actions
Questions regarding the application process, please contact: Bill Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Undergraduate Research Office is excited to launch the Pathway to Research Program<https://urca.msu.edu/learn> for Fall 2021, which is a 5-week staff- and peer-mentored program designed to help students secure a research position in their respective field of interest. Student participants will work with program advisors to accomplish the following outcomes:
* Understand the benefits of engaging in a research/creative experience
* Explore and identify potential fields in which they are interested
* Identify potential research mentors
* Learn how to effectively communicate and interview with potential research mentors
* Secure a research position
All students are welcome to apply, and there are no major or GPA restrictions. We are trying to recruit students from historically excluded populations as well as transfer students.
The program will run two phases with the first cohort beginning in late September and the second cohort in mid-October. Students wishing to participate in the program should complete this survey https://msu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_a34Dr8Maca0a8ey by September 17. Direct questions to Dr. Mordecai Harvey at email@example.com.
Looking to make some extra money or fill some extra time? Employers on campus, near campus, and virtual are hiring! Join us for great tips for finding your part-time job or internship.
Please register to ensure you have a spot.
To access the session, please use this zoom link: https://msu.zoom.us/j/98594157446
Should you have any questions, please reach out to Allison Fox at firstname.lastname@example.org
Make research an integral part of your MSU experience! Come learn about the opportunities available for involvement in research and creative activities at Michigan State. You can expect a short presentation, discussion, and Q & A facilitated by current undergraduate researchers.
Learn more: https://urca.msu.edu/events
Explore relationships between textiles and nature as you experience the MSU Museum’s Science on a Sphere. Discover textiles from the MSU Museum collection and learn about fibers from the natural world. In a darkened museum gallery, projectors will illuminate data onto a giant globe as textiles tell global stories connecting art, culture, and nature.
Science On a Sphere was developed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the system uses datasets from NOAA, NASA, universities, science centers and other organizations to explain complex processes along with maps of real-time data visualized onto a globe.
Registration for this free event is required.
Have you thought about how the skills you are gaining through your undergraduate research experience will assist you in the future? Come learn about strategies for communicating your abilities to others, such as graduate schools and future employers. This workshop will include information about creating an elevator pitch related to your research and an opportunity for you to critically reflect on the skills you have built by being involved in undergraduate research. Come prepared to interact and engage with your peers about your research!
Learn more: https://urca.msu.edu/events
U.S EST: Sept 16th, Thursday, 9pm-10pm
China Time: Sept 17th, Friday, 9am-10am
How to write a Chinese/English resume and prepare for interviews that will help you shine among job-seeking candidates in China?
– China Team Lead at FDM Group.
– Co-founder of OnlyUCareer and Brightalentshr.
– GCDF certified global career development consultant.
– Project Manager in top-tier investment bank in Hong Kong.
– Recruiter of FDM Group.
– Startup experience on Genetic testing project.
Register here: https://msu.joinhandshake.com/events/823832
2 Day Venture (2DV) is a hands-on learning experience for Spartans, regardless of home college, major, or background. Each event offers unbeatable entrepreneurial education resources & opportunities to explore how to turn an idea into a venture. In just 36 hours, go from small-group collaboration to idea fruition. By the end of Day 2, each team pitches their venture idea to a group of judges for a chance to win $500 in seed funding! 2DV encourages students of all majors, skillsets, & experience levels to embrace the entrepreneurial mindset. For students enrolled in the Minor in Entrepreneurship & Innovation, 2DV qualifies as a required high-impact experience toward the Minor.
No Idea? No Problem!
Students don’t have to have a venture idea to participate in 2DV! Before the event, students will have an opportunity to choose which venture idea they like the most & can join their team! 2 Day Venture is designed for Spartans to create & build a new venture with a team, not by themselves.
Make research an integral part of your MSU experience! As part of Arts Launch, come learn about the opportunities available for involvement in research and creative activities at Michigan State. You can expect a short presentation, discussion, and Q & A facilitated by current undergraduate researchers whose research experiences are interdisciplinary.
Registration here: https://msu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAudOytqzspHtWim9Dtz1r6W-274qQSVN3N
Broad Underground Film Series: An exploration of Video Art and Experimental and Avant-Garde film from its earliest developments to the present day.
Broad Art Museum Sculpture Garden
Free to the public
Co-programmed by Justus Nieland and McKayla Sluga
As archives of private memories, home movies offer intimate glimpses into personal and family life. They provide a space of self-portraiture and nostalgia, but also opportunities for fantasy, play, and critique—for imagining different modes of dwelling. Many filmmakers have turned to the “amateur” genre of the home movie as a site of experimentation with the routines, normative roles, and restrictive politics of domestic life. Intersecting with themes in the 2021 AAHD Faculty Triennial: Where We Dwell, this program explores a series of innovative takes on the concept of the “home movie.” Ranging from canonical works of the avant-garde and contemporary essay films to amateur, educational, and sponsored films, our program features experiments in dwelling that open this “private” genre into a public, even ecological space for imagining community and building solidarity. Featured filmmakers include: Cheryl Dunye, Helen Hill, Sky Hopinka, Guy Maddin, Jan Oxenberg, Elisa Giardina Papa, and Andy Warhol.