Exploring Grad School – Health & Risk Communication

November 12, 2019

There are graduate school programs out there that are perfect for Kinesiology majors who want to influence healthcare, but don’t necessarily want to focus heavily on the sciences. Are you better at applying skill sets like communication, interpersonal skills, organization, and program planning? Consider getting a Master’s in Health & Risk Communication at Michigan State… Read More »

Join the College of Education Career Team!

November 11, 2019
Join the College of Education Career Team!

Join the College of Education Career Services Team! Apply to be a Career Peer Advisor, and gain experience working with students on writing professional documents, present to student groups, and help with career events. Preference will be given to College of Education students. Application closes November 18th at 11:55PM! Apply at bit.ly/COEjob19

RVSM Training Reminder

November 6, 2019

Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct (RVSM) Training is mandatory for all MSU students every year. First and second year students are assigned to complete an in-person workshop; juniors and seniors are assigned to an online version. Additional information is posted on the MSU Prevention, Outreach and Education website. If you have not already done so,… Read More »

KINterns in Action – Helping People with Disabilities

November 1, 2019

When defining their perfect career, Kinesiology students often express an interest in working with people with disabilities. However, students usually only equate this work to fields like occupational therapy or adaptive sports. The truth is, there are many career paths, it’s just that we often don’t know these jobs even exist! Read on to learn… Read More »

Career Events Just for KIN!

October 23, 2019

Come one, come all to our very own annual career exploration and opportunity event: Making KIN-nections. Network with alumni/professionals, grad school program coordinators, Kinesiology lab representatives, and student organization leaders to learn about options to get involved. Use this event to find an opportunity to job shadow, volunteer, intern, or even work! Event Info Friday,… Read More »

Explore Grad School Options

October 21, 2019
Explore Grad School Options

Are you thinking about going to graduate or professional school some day? If so it’s never to early (or too late) to make some connections and explore your options. Finding a grad school program that’s the right fit for you and your career goals is extremely important. Although your advisors are often your first resource… Read More »

Additional KIN Tutor Opportunities!

October 15, 2019

It is the time of the semester when students start to look for tutoring assistance for some of the KIN classes on their schedules. We have had requests for KIN 216, KIN 310 and KIN 330 tutors. If you completed one or more of these classes with a 3.5 or higher and are interested in… Read More »


October 15, 2019

Student Athlete Support Services (SASS) is in need of tutors to work with varsity athletes taking the following classes: KIN 250 and KIN 251. Student tutors must have earned a grade of 3.5 or higher and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0. Hours are flexible but evening times will be required. If you are… Read More »


October 14, 2019

Just a reminder that the last day to drop a semester-long class with no grade reported is this Wednesday, October 16 at 8:00 PM. Feel free to touch base with an advisor or stop by during Express Advising Wednesday 8:30-11 AM or 1:30-4 PM. If you are considering a drop, you should also be sure… Read More »

Unpacking your abroad experience

October 11, 2019

Wondering how to talk about your study abroad or international experience in a resume or an interview? This workshop will help you explain your international experiences so that they are meaningful to employers and graduate schools. You’ll hear experiences from students in Spartans Abroad Global Ambassadors (SAGA – study abroad student group), International Student Association… Read More »