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LSA Internship Scholarship Open!

Looking for a summer internship but concerned about supporting your expenses? Consider applying for the LSA Internship Scholarship! The application is now open, giving you an opportunity to earn up to $5,000 to help cover your paid/unpaid summer internship expenses. Read more about the scholarship and eligibility requirements!

Social Justice: Liberal Arts Learning and Professional Careers

Explore how to maintain and strengthen your commitment to social justice as you pursue your professional interests and career in this one-credit mini-course! Engage with UM alumni and receive hands-on advice on applying for internships, global experiences, resume writing and interviewing. Learn more.

Englehardt Social Justice Fellowship Call for Proposals

Continue a partnership with a community organization by co-creating a project during an 8-week internship in May and June. Apply by Friday, February 17 at 3 pm for the change to receive a $2000 stipend. Want to know more? Information sessions will be held on Friday, February 3 from 3:30-4:30 and Tuesday, February 7 from 9-10 in EQ 1807. Learn more.

Upcoming Events

University Career Center Winter 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.

Qualtrics Information Session

January 18 | 5:00–6:30 P.M. | LSA Building, Rm 2001

We believe in making it simple for our customers to capture the data they need to do their job better—whether they’re focused on customer, market, employee, or academic insights. We’re always on the lookout for top-notch innovators to help us create stronger products and better solutions for our customers. RSVP.

Econ Panel:
Standing Out from the Crowd

January 19 | 5:30–6:30 P.M. | Lorch Hall,
Foster Library

How do you land an internship/job? What must you do to stand out from the crowd? The Department of Economics is hosting a panel that will connect you with employers who recruit LSA talent and students who have successfully navigated the process. Stop in to plan your search. Learn more.

LSA Social Impact Fair

February 6 | 6:00–8:00 P.M. | Michigan union, Pendleton Room

Drop in and speak with representatives from prominent nonprofit organizations offering opportunities with social impact! Internships, volunteer opportunities, and part-time jobs will be available. Develop your own professional skillset while working towards a better community. Learn more.



Communications and social media student assistant

LSA Opportunity Hub


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Social Service


Traverse City Film Festival


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Fundraising and development Internship

American Red Cross


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Product Management INtern



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RFF 2017 Summer Internship Program

Resources for the Future


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Business School Admissions Intern

KEDGE Business School - Marseille or Bordeaux, France


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Exhibition developer

Estrel Berlin - Berlin, Germany


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Student Spotlight

Workplace Culture

Harrison Watson | Sophomore | Biochemistry

“The most interesting cultural trend that I’ve observed during my time in Detroit definitely stems from the culture that I’ve observed in my workplace. This is both in the Green Garage and also within my respective organization. Though I expected the Green Garage to be a fairly relaxed workplace, I still expected a more serious sense of tight professionalism. I have always had a pretty stiff and clear-cut definition of what a workplace should be, and this place has definitely broken that mold (though it wasn’t a tough or rigid set of expectations anyways, considering I have little office-space related work experience)... The most interesting thing about this is the very intentional effort to develop this culture within the Green Garage and within the DFA. It’s shown me that positive and unorthodox work culture is definitely an atmosphere that takes intentionality to develop.” Read more.

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