Career advisors can help at every stage of your planning for life after college, whether your plans are employment or graduate study.

  • College Based Career Consultant: most colleges have a career consultant who is a specialist in career options for majors within their college. They can provide detailed information about job search strategies for specific careers, as well as help you make connections with alumni from your academic college or employer representatives.
  • Career Services in room 113 Student Services Building specializes in the early stages of career exploration and planning such as clarifying interests and working toward choosing a major or career path. You can get help developing a resume, looking for part-time and work study jobs, and internships.
  • Lear Center + Graduate Career Management: https://lear.broad.msu.edu. Located in the Broad College of Business provides career advising for all students interested in business-related careers. They also host interviews with hundreds of companies seeking interns or entry-level hires in business-related fields.
  • The Center for Spartan Engineering: located in the College of Education, the Center provides career advising for all students interested in engineering related careers. they also provide assistance with cooperative education and plan many events throughout the year. Link: https://www.egr.msu.edu/careers.
  • Career Services @ the Stadium offers employment resources for employers and is a primary location for hosting student interviews. They also manage the Handshake job system and organize twelve major career events annually.
  • PhD/Graduate Career Services offers a full range of academic and non-academic professional development support for MSU graduate students.

Individual Career Advising To set up an individual advising appointment, visit Handshake  (https://msu.joinhandshake.com), click on the career center tab and follow the appointment scheduling instructions.