You get the e-mails. You've seen us at the Major/Minor Expo and other events on campus. You may have even seen our office while walking through the LSA Building. But what exactly is the LSA Opportunity Hub? What can you do here and what resources do we have?
Click here to read our FAQs, or reach out to us at LSA-OppHub@umich.edu!
LSA Internship Scholarship
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!
Goldman Sachs Innovations in FinTech
April 5 | 10:00–11:00 A.M. | Angell Hall, G239
Join Goldman Sachs to learn about innovations in financial technology. The presentation will be followed by a securities stock pitch exercise from 2:00-3:00 P.M. in the same room. Click here to learn more and register!
Morgan Stanley LSA Info Session
APRIL 6 | 12:00–1:00 P.m. | Angell Hall, Aud. C
Morgan Stanley invites Freshmen and Sophomore LSA students to hear from Michael Schaftel, Head of Distribution for Americas Equities and LSA '88 graduate. You will have the opportunity to learn about Morgan Stanley's business and culture, explore the financial services industry, and hear about career opportunities at the Firm. You will also hear what it takes to be successful throughout the upcoming recruiting season. RSVP here.
Engelhardt Social Justice Fellowship Info Session
April 7 | 4:00–5:00 P.M. | Room 1807 East Quad
CEAL's Engelhardt Social Justice Fellowship is a hybrid paid internship and professional development opportunity for LSA students who want to deepen their work with an existing community partner through the spring term. The fellowship runs from May 1 to June 21 and students receive a $2000 stipend and weekly professional development workshops. Read more.
Aishawarya Singh | Senior | Economics and Biomolecular Science
“I was thrilled to start as a Finance Intern at Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, Michigan; however, little did I know how much of an impact my work would really have... I received my workplan and it said that I would be working on increasing the ease of use of an internal website, which is used mainly by Finance employees. When I read over this, I thought that I would be assisting a full-time employee with the reorganization and design of the new website. However, I was very surprised by the level of responsibility that was given to me from day one. My supervisor told me to be as creative as I could be and that I had the freedom to do anything with the design of the website. ” Read more.