Michigan State Student Spotlight: truApp Campus Ambassador Dennis Corsi



Meet Dennis.

Largely at the University of Michigan thus far, our neighbors to the West at Michigan State University are hungry to jump on the truApp band wagon.

Dennis Corsi, a rising star out of East Lansing, Michigan, is joining the truApp team as a part of our first class of MSU Campus Ambassadors.

He was the artistic director of Touch Your Soul Productions, worked Arts Administration at Williamston Theatre, and has participated in media theatre performance research.

And it doesn’t stop there. Check out his truApp to see a little more about this unique fellow. But not before the truApp blog takes a second to sit down with Dennis and learn a little bit more about the path that brought him here today.

Q: Why, in your opinion, should a student like yourself get a truApp?

An online visual and interactive resume is such an awesome tool for job searching and for displaying who you are and what you do. A list of skills and past work experience doesn’t fully paint the picture of who you are as a human being. Employers aren’t hiring robots, they are hiring people. So get a truApp and become a person!


Q: Why are you excited to work for truApp?

I am excited to be a part of something new and promising! I’m a firm believer in making things happen for yourself instead of waiting around for them to happen. I want an online profile that features me well, so I’m going to help make that a reality! 


Q: What’s the best part about being a Spartan?

The best part of being a Spartan is the family that I have fostered here. I have met so many amazing people through classes, study abroad, and student organizations. The passion that MSU students and faculty have inspire me to live a driven life. Everyone I have met here is now part of my family and I know I can count on them for support.

Q: Tell us something else interesting about yourself!

Even though I am a theatre and media major now, I used to be a premed and biomedical engineering major! Although I am still quite the science nerd, I found that my passion is with the arts.


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