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COB Golf Etiquette Outing (Sun, Sept 24)

We are excited to announce an upcoming event that will provide an excellent opportunity for both beginner golfers and those interested in learning about golf etiquette. Don’t worry if you’re new to golf; this outing is designed to be inclusive and educational for all skill levels. 

  • Event Details: Date: Sunday, September 24th 
  • Golfers will be placed on tee times from 3-5pm 
  • Location: Portage Lake Golf Course

During this outing, you will have the chance to:

Learn Golf Etiquette: Our experienced “mentors” will provide insights into golf etiquette, rules, and the dos and don’ts on the golf course, making it an ideal event for beginners. Network and Socialize: Golf is not just a sport; it’s a valuable tool for building relationships, both personally and professionally. You’ll have the chance to connect with fellow students who share your interest in golf and business.

Practice Your Swing: For those who are new to golf or looking to improve their game, there will be opportunities to practice your swing and get out on the course! 

To sign up for the outing, please fill out the Google Form linked below: 

https://forms.gle/soCWRxNDMTNqji866

Space is limited, so make sure to secure your spot by registering early. We look forward to seeing you on September 24th for a day of learning, networking, and, of course, golf! If you have any questions or need further information, please feel free to contact Roger Woods (rhwoods@mtu.edu) or Madison Mattila (mnmattil@mtu.edu). Thank you, and we can’t wait to tee off with you!  

Madison Mattila

3rd Year Undergraduate Student

Resume and Headshot Special Event by KSI

Mon, Sept 18, 2023

Refine your professional presence at KSI’s (Kappa Sigma Iota for Accounting) first event of the year!

Discover strategies for crafting a standout resume from experienced faculty in the COB. Additionally, get a headshot to enhance your profile. Elevate your personal brand and prepare to leave a lasting impact.

Join KSI for this exciting event ($15) and gain access to all club events for the rest of the year at no additional cost. Headshots are taken on a first-come, first-serve basis. Show up anytime from 5-6:30!

Finding a General Education Course

Find classes to meet your general education requirements.  Using the “Attribute Search” will help you find classes available for a particular semester.

Advanced functions are available to search for classes on this site here

After you select the term (Spring 2024, Summer 2024) you will go to the search functions (see picture below)

  1. SUBJECT:  Select multiple subjects by using the “Ctrl” + right click function or you can select all subjects with a left mouse click and highlight all subjects by dragging down.
  2. CAMPUS:  If wanting online courses select “MTU Online” in “Campus” search.   NOTE most online options are available in Summer terms.
  3. PART OF TERM:  AKA Track A (1st Half of Term) or Track B (2nd Half of Term) is helpful especially in Summer to select the track you would wish to take a class.
  4. ATTRIBUTE TYPE:  Finally…need a course to fulfill a particular General Education requirement (attribute) such as a HUFA (Humanities and Fine Arts) course? This can provide a list of courses available to fulfill a requirement for a particular semester.  TIP:  Select multiple subjects or subjects you are interested in or all subjects to maximize the search.
Screenshot of the course search website

Fall 2022 Husky Innovate Events

Innovating the Next Level of Michigan Tech

Resources all around at Michigan Tech to help you achieve your goals. Get tools and knowledge to cultivate your innovative, creative, and entrepreneurial spirit across all the disciplines offered on campus.

You’ll have access to workshops, competitions, NSF I-Corps training, guest speakers, the Silicon Valley Experience, and other field trips. We are Michigan Tech’s innovation and entrepreneurship resource hub!


Husky Innovate will be hosting various events this Fall

Husky Innovate Calendar for Fall 2022



Stock Trading Competition- Jan 31 registration deadline

The Finance Club is hosting a stock trading competition on Investopedia open to all College of Business (COB) majors and minors. 

The competition will run from February 1st through April 12th with a starting cash value of $100,000. 

Prize money awarded to the students with the three highest portfolios:

  • 1st: $500
  • 2nd: $300
  • 3rd: $200

If interested in participating, please contact Elisabeth Mattson, Finance Club President, at emmattso@mtu.edu no later than January 31st to receive the game name, password, instructions, and rules. No late entries accepted.

Apply for an Internship through STEM Forward

Michigan STEM Forward, is a statewide program that matches students attending Michigan colleges with internship opportunities. The program accepts applications from students attending colleges or universities in the state of Michigan seeking opportunities in STEM fields.

STEM stands for S – Science, (Biological, medical, agricultural, environmental, etc.), T – Technology (Software, coding, IT, programming, computer science, etc.), E – Engineering (Mechanical, civil, manufacturing, technician, etc.), and M – Mathematics (Analytics, data scientist, financial analysis, market research, etc.)

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Obtaining an internship from the STEM Forward program is easy. Students must currently be attending a college or university in Michigan. Applicants must have a valid Michigan Driver’s License and Social Security Number in addition to providing contact information and proof of current residency. Prepare to answer questions regarding the area of STEM you are interested in along with companies in Michigan desired for work. Submission of a resume is required.

How does your major and career interest relate to the STEM Categories on the application website?

MAJOR – STEM FIELD:

Accounting – Mathematics 

Economics – Mathematics

Engineering Management – Engineering

Finance – Mathematics or Technology

Management Information Systems – Technology

Management – Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (all could apply) 

Marketing – Mathematics

(All STEM opportunities will be subject to your interest, this is just a suggestion)

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If you would like to apply for an internship through the STEM program, Apply here: http://a2spark.org/MichiganSTEM. Above links to a Google doc to indicate interest

Virtual Appointments with Career Services

As campus continues to be remote learning and operations, we as faculty and staff are here for you. Career Services is an office that is going virtual.

If you go into your Handshake Account there is an area where can select to schedule an appointment with staff from Career Services.

Please reach out to let us know how your employment opportunities are going (internship, co-op, full-time). Some students have had offers rescinded, some delayed while other companies are looking for help and hiring now.

COB (College of Business) academic advisor is also available for virtual appointments through Summer.

To schedule a Virtual COB Advising Appointment with Jodie Filpus-Paakola
– Students select an appointment time through Google Calendar     (be sure to be logged into Google with your mtu email account)