A communications coach works with a student on their writing assignment

Bracken Center Coaching

We provide one-on-one coaching with students to improve writing, speaking, interviewing, and oral presentation skills. Click here to schedule an appointment.

Spring 2020 Meet the Recruiters Fair in Jabs Hall
Recruiting and Networking Events
We also host three college career fairs during the academic year, one of which is solely dedicated to accounting-related jobs. New this year: Career Crawls (more to come)
MSU's AMA student chapter is Top 10 internationally.

Student Recognition
Our students have been selected for competitive internships and earned prestigious achievements. We also have a Jabs PRIDE Award and a Jabs Ambassadors Program.

Upcoming Professional Development Events & Workshops

International Fellowships

These awards are for students studying abroad or traveling abroad for academic purposes. 

The MSU Jake Jabs College of Business & Entrepreneurship (Jabs) is pleased to offer fellowships to Jabs students for international activities.  We anticipate awarding fellowships up to $1,500 each for international activity to occur during 2024-2025 school year.

Currently Accepting Applications- Due April 15, 2024

Bracken International Fellowships Application and Information

Criteria for Eligibility for International Fellowships

  • Major in business
  • Activity must involve travel to a foreign destination (outside the US and its territories) in Spring, Summer, or Fall 2024-2025
  • Activity must have a substantial academic component (e.g. study abroad, internship, summer program)
  • Strong justification for participating in the activity, including a demonstrated commitment to international business education and professional development (should be demonstrated in your essay)
  • Enrollment at MSU during the term of your international activity (this can be arranged in a variety of ways)

Some (but not all) Fellowships also state a preference or requirement for:

  • A junior or senior student
  • A student pursuing an International Business Minor

Student and Faculty Professional Development Funding

Alderson/Kahn Faculty Support for Professional Activity  - The Bracken Center assists faculty with curriculum innovation and professional development support, keeping our faculty on the leading edge of instruction. For more information or to apply, please drop by Jabs 110 or email [email protected].

Alderson/Kahn Student Support for Professional Activity – The Bracken Center has funding to assist students and student organizations with expenses to attend conferences, competitions and company visits. For more information or to apply, please drop by Jabs 110 or email [email protected].


Check the scholarships page for more information about other Jake Jabs College of Business & Entrepreneurship scholarships