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College of Arts and Letters Career Readiness Fund

The College of Arts and Letters aims to support students in all of their post gradation endeavors and help prepare them for a fulfilling and successful career. In order to ensure students are offered resources to enhance career readiness, we provide multiple programs such as career advising, resume reviews and networking opportunities. Programs such as the Excel Network also gather resources to help students find internships, pre-professional experiences, and experiential learning opportunities. The Career Readiness Fund provides financial support to programs across the college that offer student services to ensure career readiness and instill confidence in students; ultimately promoting professional success and meaningful career opportunities.

Give to the Career Readiness Fund and Help Students Find a Successful Path to a Meaningful Career

Gifts made to the Career Readiness Fund will financially support programs throughout the college that provide career services to students. The fund helps to ensure that they have access to the tools and resources they need for a successful career path post-graduation. Some services include resume workshops, alumni networking events, job searching and professional development opportunities. Donate today to ensure we can provide students with the best resources and tools to help them kick-start their career-path.

The College of Arts and Letters aims to provide students with the highest quality education possible. Our wonderful faculty and staff have worked extremely hard to accomplish our mission of providing a well-rounded and engaging academic experience for all students in the college.

Make a Gift by Mail:

University Advancement
Spartan Way
535 Chestnut Road, Room 300
East Lansing, MI 48824

*Make check payable to Michigan State University and write “Appeal 21OOPCF1GTCALCR” in the note section.


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