Education and Public Services

Spartan Showcase: Global Projects Internship

A passion for law drew Michigan State University undergraduate Annie Hamaty to the James Madison College. Studying both Social Relations and Policy and Comparative Cultures and Politics, Hamaty has learned how different policies impact domestic and international communities, which was …

By Sammi Williams
Sammi Williams Social Relations and Policy Major
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Spartan Showcase: Gaining Experience within a Grassroots Organization

Michigan State University third-year student, Reese McCaskill Jr., dreams of a career in public service. Majoring in Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy and Social Relations and Policy at James Madison College (JMC), McCaskill Jr. hopes his coursework in policy will …

By Sammi Williams
Sammi Williams Social Relations and Policy Major
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Spartan Showcase: Michigan Legislative Internship

Before Noah Peterson began his first year at Michigan State University, the International Relations major knew he wanted to secure an internship in the Michigan legislature. To achieve this competitive goal, now in his second year at MSU, Peterson sent his …

By Sammi Williams
Sammi Williams Social Relations and Policy Major
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How to Be a Social-Impact Storyteller

As social-impact professionals, the ability to tell a good story can be the difference between engaging our community with the work we do and learning too late that no one truly understands our organization’s mission.

And now more than ever, …

By Jeannette Eaton - Idealist Careers
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5 Reasons Why Teaching English Abroad Is the Best Job After Graduation

Here are 5 reasons why teaching English Abroad can be a great first job after graduation.

This article was originally posted on the Intern Queen Blog, written by Jessie Smith. Click here to read the full article.

By Pepa Casselman
Pepa Casselman Career Consultant, College of Education Pepa Casselman
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How to Get Involved with Virtual Volunteering

Want to make a difference from the comfort of your own couch? Whether you’re passionate about environmental conservation, reproductive rights, or alleviating worldwide hunger, there’s probably a virtual volunteer opportunity out there for you.

These days, plenty of nonprofit organizations …

By Samantha Fredrickson - Idealist Careers
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I Started A School For Autism Education In Africa—And I Got My Start At NECC

Whitney Hammel has changed more than a few lives—and in more than a few ways.

Growing up in a small town in Oregon—“like, a 500-people-small town”—Whitney’s dreams were fairly humble for someone who has and continues to accomplish so much. …

By Liam Berry - WayUp
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25%

Bachelor's degree graduates continue education.

   

77%

Undergraduate students complete an internship.

 

94%

Bachelor's degree graduates work or continue education.