KIN-nections Newsletter – November 2018

In case you didn’t receive the latest KIN-nections newsletter with information from your academic and career advisors, please see the link below. KIN-nections Newsletter – November 2018

KIN-nections Career Newsletter – Feb. 22, 2016

KIN-nections Career Newsletter – Feb. 22, 2016

  Athletics Student Opportunity Fair For students interested in part-time jobs & internships in athletics. Thursday, February 25, 1-4PM, Spartan Stadium North End Zone (enter through Gate J) For more information, check MySpartanCareer under Jobs/View Postings tab Guest Speaker: Lori M. Conlan, Ph.D. of the National Institute of Health ( Learn about internships and research… Read More »

KIN-nections Career Newsletter – Feb. 1

Careers in Sports Networking Event Learn about career options in the sports industry while networking with alumni and industry professionals. Tuesday, February 9, 6:30-8:00PM, RM 252 Erickson Hall Science & Health Career Boot Camp (#SHCBC16) Learn about career paths & network with industry professionals in science and health through this interactive conference-style event. $10 fee,… Read More »

KIN-nections Academic & Career Newsletter – Jan. 11, 2016

Happy New Year and welcome back to snowy East Lansing! A few reminders as you get started with your classes: Walk-In Academic Advising Walk-in advising times only will be offered during the first week of classes: 9-11 a.m. and 1:30-4 p.m. Monday through Friday, January 11-15. Individual advising appointments will resume starting Monday, January 18. Watch… Read More »

KIN-nections Career Newsletter, Dec. 4, 2015

MSUFCU Internship Opportunity Award Students completing an unpaid internship for the spring semester can apply to earn a stipend of up to $1000. Must have already secured an internship that will help you achieve your educational and career goals. Application Deadline: January 13, 2016. Career Opportunities of the Week Market Moves Coordinator/Intern (spring or… Read More »

KIN-nections Academic and Career Newsletter, Nov. 17, 2015

Holiday Survival Guide Have you determined what you’re going to tell your family over break when they ask: “What are you going to do with your major” or “What are you planning to do for a job or internship”? Check out the Home for the Holidays Survival Guide brought to you by MSU Career Services… Read More »

KIN-nections Career & Academic Newsletter, Nov. 3, 2015

Mandatory KIN 492/493 Internship Meeting – All Juniors should plan to attend January 12, 2016 – Room 137 IM Circle, 7:30pm-9pm OR January 13, 2016 – Room 137 IM Circle, 7:30pm-9pm Apply for Graduation SENIORS: Don’t forget to apply for graduation! This should be done during the semester before you plan to graduate. Go to… Read More »

KIN-nections Career Newsletter, Oct. 16, 2015

UPCOMING CAREER EVENT 1: Making KIN-nections Career Exploration Event Friday, October 23, 2-4PM, IM Circle Gym Network with KIN-based industry professionals, research labs, and student organizations to get a better understanding of opportunities and career paths for kinesiology students. All years and interest areas encouraged to attend. To prepare for talking with professionals, check out… Read More »

KIN-nections Career Newsletter, Oct. 2, 2015

UPCOMING FAIR: Graduate & Professional School Fair Learn more about a variety of grad & professional school programs and network with admissions counselors to get your admissions questions answered. Wednesday, October 7, 3-6PM, 4th Floor – Spartan Stadium Tower For more information: (to see list of schools attending, look in MySpartanCareer under Events/Career Fairs)… Read More »

KIN-nections Career Newsletter, Sept. 18, 2015

UPCOMING FAIR: Science, Agriculture, Food, Environment & Health (SAFEH) Career Fair Whether you’re planning your full-time career, a gap year, or even internship, consider attending the SAFEH Career Fair to interact with prospective employers specifically seeking students from science majors. Tuesday, September 29, 2-6PM, Breslin Center For a full list of participating employers: Freshman… Read More »