Maggie Harris

harri486@msu.edu
(517) 884-6030

StaffUndergraduate Studies

Assistant Director for Internships & Career Education

Biography

Maggie helps College of Arts & letters students integrate their classroom knowledge with real-life work opportunities. Some of her favorite career development activities include resume and cover letter consultations, connecting students to internship opportunities, and bringing together students and alumni with shared professional interests. Maggie has two bachelor’s degrees from MSU and a Master of Social Work degree from Washington University in St. Louis.

Contact Maggie to share your internship experience or your career path, discuss how to gain experience, review cover letters and resumes, and prepare for interviews! Email her or make an appointment on msu.joinhandshake.com.

University News

Experience Architecture Major Gains Valuable Internship Experience with the College of Arts & Letters
Published July 12, 2023 in College of Arts & Letters
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Owen Widdis, a senior Experience Architecture (XA) major with a minor in Computer Science at Michigan State University, currently is a User Experience (UX) Designer and Research Intern with the…Read now »
New Scholarship Helps Students in Low-Paying or Unpaid Internships
Published December 19, 2022 in College of Arts & Letters
A new scholarship is being offered to College of Arts & Letters majors who are participating in independent internships. Funded by the Excel Network, the College of Arts & Letters…Read now »
Student Reflects on Lessons of His Many Internships
Published October 18, 2022 in College of Arts & Letters
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Adam Nowak has built an impressive resume of internships during his time at Michigan State University. The senior, who has a double major in Humanities-Prelaw and Criminal Justice with minors in…Read now »
Arts and Letters Projects Connects Students to Short-Term Internships
Published August 5, 2022 in College of Arts & Letters
Arts and Letters Projects, a micro-internship program funded by the College of Arts & Letters’ Excel Network, offers paid, short-term internships to College of Arts & Letters students…Read now »
CAL Virtual Career Readiness Roadmap Competition Winners Announced
Published May 27, 2020 in College of Arts & Letters
The three winners of the CAL Virtual Career Readiness Roadmap Competition recently were announced and received prizes, ranging from $500 to $1,200.  Facilitated by the Excel…Read now »