Career Exposure Series
Have you ever wondered how you’re supposed to make a decision about what sort of career you want to pursue when you don’t know what’s out there? That’s exactly why we created the Career Exposure Series. We want to help students like you learn about various career fields by connecting with alumni who are working in your areas of interest so you can make better decisions about what might be a good fit for you.
We’re connecting students with alumni and other professionals on-campus, on the road and online.
Many events require an RSVP or application. Login to your Handshake account to RSVP and obtain application instructions. Event details in Handshake are typically posted at least two weeks in advance.
Careers in Governmental Affairs and Lobbying: On the Road
Oct 21, 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Considering a career in governmental affairs or lobbying? Interested in connecting with professionals working in that arena? If so, join the Career Services Network for its Careers in Governmental Affairs and Lobbying trip! We’ll be visiting the State Capitol Building in downtown Lansing to hear from a panel of professionals on how they began their careers, what their day-to-day looks like, and what advice they’d offer to someone looking to break into the field.
Location: 100 N Capitol Ave, Lansing, MI 48933
Languages Work: Career Exposure Workshop
Oct 27, 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Do you like learning languages? Have you wondered how to use your language in your career? Join us to learn how to use your language skills to get ahead after college.
Career Exposure: Careers in Entertainment and Music Business
Oct 28, 11:15 PM - 12:30 PM
Are you interested in working with artists, managers, in production or record labels? Join Eminem's manager, Paul Rosenberg, as he talks about his career path and record label, the music industry and business today, creating brands for artists, and what life is like working in the commercial music industry.