OCAT is the hub for creating and collecting opportunities for students, staff, and faculty. If you want to gain experience in leadership, help promote cultural awareness, meet other students similar and different from yourself, mentor young folks, volunteer, hang out, find jobs/internships, network, etc., then OCAT is for you! We will help you GET INVOLVED in your MSU community. Here is a partial listing of opportunities that we create or that we are aware of. Check these out! Or stop by the Office of Cultural & Academic Transitions (OCAT) TODAY!
1. BEGIN by viewing OCAT’s events calendar!
2. Student Recruitment Research Scholarship (REPID/Research Education Program to Increase Diversity in Health Researchers)
3. InnovateGov Service Learning Internship Program is looking for summer interns! The program is offered through the MSU Department of Political Science, and is open to all majors. Students participating in InnovateGov will spend 10 weeks this summer in Detroit, and will intern in city, county, and non-profit sectors focusing on revitalizing the city of Detroit.
InnovateGov is a low-cost program. Housing will be provided at Wayne State University and financial support will likely be given to all students accepted into the program. Interested students can apply online at the CSS Study Away website.
For more information on the program, please visit the InnovateGov Internship Program page. Students participating in the internship are required to take PLS 422 (4 credits) as well as 6 internship credits. These internship credits can either be PLS 494 credits or the internship course for the students’ respective major. We are willing to work with all students to ensure the internship credits fit into their degree plan.
If you have questions, contact Krista Zeig at firstname.lastname@example.org.
4. OCAT Leadership Institute
5. GenCen Undergraduate Office Internship (Center for Gender in Global Context)
6. #NextGen17 (Conference for undergraduate students and recent college graduates interested in working in student affairs)
7. Congressional Internship Program
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1. CAREER PEER ADVISORS: The Career Services Network is looking to hire a few personable and outgoing student leaders to serve as Career Peer Advisors for the 2016-2017 academic year. Attached you will find a synopsis of the position, application instructions, and applicant requirements. Please share this opportunity with any students that you feel may be interested. If you have questions about this position, feel free to contact Marcus Sanderlin (email@example.com) or phone at (517) 884-1342.
2. Internships & Jobs with Lansing’s BWL Internship Program. The BWL Internship program offers internships for Engineering, Accounting, and Human Resource Majors. If you are interested in applying for the internship or any of the following jobs below, email BWLJobs@lbwl.com today!
Benefits of working with BWL?
- BWL staffs about 750 employed positions that are Professional/Technical/Clerical with about 150 of these positions that need to be replaced within the next few years.
- Average salary is $68,000/year
- Internships in Engineering/Finance/Industrial Hygiene (5 paid internships)
- Internships 15-16 weeks averaging $15/18 an hour
VIEW Job Opportunities:
BWL Admin Assistant
BWL Community Relations Coordinator
BWL Customer Service Rep 1
BWL Electrical Engineer
BWL IT Analyst
BWL Legal Analyst
BWL Line Worker
BWL Power Engineer
BWL Power Plant Operator D
BWL Records Management Tech
SEAN HANKINS, MSW Director/Instructor
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
YATA (Youth Advancement Through Athletics)
Earn course credit while making a difference!
5. Cap Corps Midwest: Looking for a new job and a community of amazing people? Join Cap Corps Midwest. This is a 1-year commitment (Detroit, Northern Cheyenne and Crow reservation, and Milwaukee) and 1.5 (Lima). You must be 21+, have a college degree or equivalent experience. You will work full time with a non profit and live in intentional community with others interested in social justice and spirituality. Jobs available in: health and nutrition, education, immigrants right, hunger and homelessness, environmental education, farming, and more! You will receive: FREE room and board with the other volunteers, modest living allowance, health insurance, transportation, training and personal development, community living, retreats and reflection time. Placement sites in: Detroit, Milwaukee, Peru, and with the Northern Cheyenne and Crow people in Montana. We are accepting applications on a rolling basis. Fill out a preliminary form using the following link: www.capcorps.org
6. MSU Concessions: MSU Concessions offers MSU students a wide variety of fun positions, flexible schedules and an exciting work environment. Benefits include: great pay, free meals during events, training and advancement opportunities, great location (work close to where you live!). Inquire about internship credit opportunities. Contact (517) 353-2005 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Monday-Friday (8-5pm). Visit website for more information.
OCAT has a number of different job and internship opportunities available for MSU students. These paid positions include Intercultural Aides (compensated for room and board), MAGIC Peer Assistants and Work study (OCAT & MOSAIC Unity Center). In addition, we offer unpaid internships that provide students with a wealth of experience by both job shadowing OCAT Coordinators and participating in the planning of many of our programs. Please contact the OCAT at (517) 353 – 7745 if you would like to learn more about these opportunities.