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Detroit Community Based Research

The Detroit Community Based Research Program (DCBRP) is a summer internship program run through the University of Michigan Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program that places students with community based organizations in full-time research positions. Students conduct research projects addressing issues such as social and environmental justice, food security, human rights, urban development, public health, youth development, and sustainability. Learn more and apply by January 16th!

Semester in Detroit

The Semester in Detroit mission is to engage U-M undergraduates in substantive, sustained and reciprocal relationships with the people and communities of the City of Detroit. Combining a semester-long residence in the city with rigorous academic study and a comprehensive community-based internship, SiD students become deeply involved in – and committed to – the life, challenges, and promise of this important American city. Learn more!

Upcoming Events

CFE Startup Career Fair

January 9-12 | Duderstadt Center

This is the career fair for startups. We aim to showcase the startup culture—no dress code, a relaxed atmosphere, and more opportunities for organic conversations. For more information and to register, click here.

LSA Internship Forum

January 10 | 6:00–8:00 P.m. | League, Second Floor

Learn what it takes to land and maximize an internship! Hear from student presenters and panels of young and distinguished LSA alumni. Learn more.

University Career Center
Winter Career Expo

January 18-19 | 12:00–4:00 P.m. | Michigan Union

Expo is an event that includes internship and/or full-time opportunities. Different organizations attend each day and they are coming to see you! Expo is a campus-wide event, which means it’s open to all students from all schools/colleges. Typically 100+ organizations are open to all majors. Learn more.



Special Needs Programs Internship

Tamarack Camps


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Social Service


William Morris Endeavor


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Data evaluation Intern



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Winter INternship Program

Office of Washtenaw County Public Defender


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Video Game Development Research Assistant

Universidade Lusofona - Lisbon, Portugal


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Operations Assistant at Neal's Yard Dairy

London, United Kingdom


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Student Spotlight

Fish and Our Economy

Melisa Brown | Junior | Economics and Political Science

“Fish. While I love to consume it, I wouldn’t say that I thought that seafood policy would necessarily be my forte. However, my internship at the National Fisheries Institute has continued to show me that there is much more than meets the eye to fish in Washington. These issues are not as simple as overstock and understock or recreational vs. commercial. NFI has shown me that seafood issues are often tied to larger trade issues, and as a trade policy hopeful this has given me a lot of valuable experience in that sphere... This internship has been incredibly eye-opening in understanding how and to whom lobbyists make their case for the policies they push for. It is enriching to spend the time researching the issue, creating supporting documents and analyses, and then being able to sit in on those subsequent meetings and see your mentor really work the issue.” Read more.

FOR MORE INFORMATION please visit lsa.umich.edu/opportunityhub

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