The ComArtSci Career Center can help with everything from career exploration, resume and cover letter writing, to mock interviews and job search strategy. We'll help you build your network by assisting with connections to alumni and professionals that work in your field of interest.
Plan your future with the help of our expert MSU Career Center team. Whether you need guidance with internships or job prospects, we can help you find your way.
Visit our office during drop-in hours for assistance with career exploration, resumes, cover letters and other professional documents, finding an internship and utilizing career resource tools.
Please make an appointment with a career advisor during the summer months. You can schedule an appointment via Handshake or email.
Drop-in Hours will resume in the fall.
Internships and other experiential learning opportunities are key to the success of ComArtSci students. These experiences can help you:
There are numerous internship opportunities including paid and unpaid opportunities, internships for academic credit, as well as the opportunity to complete an internship abroad.
The ComArtSci Career Center recommends 2-3 experiences or internships in areas related to your major field of study prior to graduation. In addition to the resources below, it is recommended that you explore the websites of agencies, companies and organizations in your field to find other experiential learning opportunities available.
The ComArtSci Career Center offers financial assistance awards of $500-$1000 to undergraduate students with a 2.5 GPA or higher, who are completing paid and unpaid summer internships in their field of study. Please apply by Friday, May 3, 2019 by completing the following application: http://bit.ly/2GBGtm1 You will also need to submit your resume and personal essay (see prompt below) to Randi Martinez at email@example.com to be considered for a financial opportunity award.
Personal Essay Prompt:
In your personal essay, please describe your career goals and your strategy for achieving those goals. Please feel free to include brief information on any financial considerations that are affecting your success (Limit to one page).
An internship for credit towards graduation combines relevant coursework with related work experience. Learn more about receiving academic credit for your internship by clicking your academic program below:
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