Jobs and Internships

Landscape architecture students work on construction projects in class.

Landscape architecture students work on construction projects in class.

Each year nearly 600 top organizations conduct more than 15,000 interviews on Michigan State University’s campus. Recent interviewers include Boeing, Campbell-Ewald Advertising, Daimler-Chrysler, General Electric, IBM, Morgan Stanley, PepsiCo, Peace Corps, Pfizer, Teach for America, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

MSU’s Career Services Network aids students with a range of services including career advising, deciding on a major, attaining internships, and eventually, finding full-time work or graduate/professional study opportunities.

The Lear Corporation Career Services Center, located in the Eli Broad College of Business Complex, is dedicated to providing highly individualized and progressive career development and job search support to undergraduate students preparing for careers in business.

The Career Services Network assists students with finding employment that will help finance their education and develop their work skills. Services include help finding part-time, seasonal, and internship opportunities, both on and off campus, and helping employers connect with students through job listings, job fairs, and special events.

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