The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources offers students different career opportunities while still taking classes like:
- Work-study positions
- Part-time student positions
- Part-time student research/lab positions
Job Opportunities & Resources
The CANR uses Handshake for all student job postings. As employers contact the CANR, they are also directed to post jobs and internships to Handshake.
Handshake is the MSU online career management tool that students can use from their freshman year through up to two years after graduation. In addition to using the job search features, students can post their resumes for employers to search potential candidates.
The MSU Career Services Network offers more information on:
Contact the CANR Career Network Services consultant Jill Cords at 517-355-0234 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Career Fairs: Internships & Jobs
Many employers that recruit CANR students use career fairs to make those connections. Attend career fairs early in your college career to make connections and find jobs while a student and for after graduation.
Depending on the industry, employers will recruit freshman and sophomores for internships that could eventually lead to jobs after graduation.
The MSU Career Services Network lists all the upcoming MSU career fairs. Below are some of the career fairs that may be of interest to CANR students.
January 25, 2023 – January 26, 2023 MSU Kellogg Center, East Lansing, MI
The spring MSU Packaging Career Fair will be held Jan. 25-26. Students can register through MSU Handshake.