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Flash Internships To Debut in October

Flash Internship: 72 Hours in Finance will be the first in a series of rapid, on-location work experiences for students beginning in October through the Opportunity Hub. Flash Internships provide a 72-hour window into sectors like tech, non-profits, and the arts, giving students hands-on experience and a chance to network with top professionals in major cities around the world. Applications for the first session, which takes place over fall break in Chicago, open soon. Stay tuned for details via email and on our website!

Explore Student Organizations at Festifall on Friday, Sept. 8

With more than 1,500 student organizations on U-M's campus, there are opportunities to contribute, lead, and learn in every kind of way this year, from the Dead Pizza Society (a group of hungry deep thinkers) to the Michigan Foreign Policy Council (students who research and debate the role of the U.S. in the world). Festifall, taking place Friday, Sept. 8 from 2 to 6 p.m. in the Central Campus Diag, is a chance to explore all your options in one place, with representatives from hundreds of student orgs available to answer questions and help you sign up. The Hub team encourages students to use Festifall as a time to explore all the ways you can participate in campus culture; student organizations are a great way to explore your interests and expand your network of Leaders and Best. For more information, click here.

Upcoming Events

Insight Venture Partners Info Session

sept. 6 | 6 p.m. |2001 LSA BUILDING

Some of the brightest minds in technology investment work at Insight Venture Partners. Since 1995, the New York City-based company has raised $13 billion for software, internet, and data companies. What's it like to work there and which candidates thrive? Find out during this info session at the LSA Opportunity Hub, and bring your burning questions about the world of tech venture capital. Learn more.

SafeHouse Volunteer Info Session

Sept. 7 | 5-6 p.m. | 2001 LSA BUILDING

Volunteer opportunities can be just as valuable as internships, developing important work and life skills. Join the SafeHouse Center team as they discuss opportunities to serve on their support groups, response team, hotline, and children's programs, and learn how volunteers make a difference in the lives of survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Learn more.



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Washtenaw Literacy

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Social Service

assistant in research

Michigan Medicine

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Marketing & Media Assistant

U-M Museums

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Marketing & Media Assistant

Michigan Engineering

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e-Commerce Order
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Lima Beads

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Audio Visual Aide

The Neutral Zone

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Student Spotlight

Examining the World More Closely

Claire Denton Grenchik | Junior

“I was awestruck. I sat here for about 20 minutes, just trying to take it all in. Contemplating the blues, the greens, the rolling hills, the red-roofed houses that are out of view but coexisting harmoniously with the landscape around it. And then I looked around, and I saw a cigarette butt. And another, and then, another. A candy wrapper. A chip bag. A plastic water bottle, an unidentifiable piece of paper, more cigarette butts, all scattered around me, flicked from the fingers of who knows how many people, carelessly and shamelessly. And I was so frustrated. We all have a communal investment in the Earth, and some people just don’t realize that.” Read more...

Know Yourself

Abigail Siegal | Economics | Senior

“I’m looking forward to my next job interview, when they ask a fan favorite question: Tell me about yourself? I know a lot of people who panic at that question, but I’ve got a pretty good grasp on who I am. I know that I love travelling because I get to experience new cultures, learn about history, and that I believe there is always more learning to do. I know that I don’t want to sit behind a desk all day because I’ve done it and I know I work best in an active, team environment that requires critical thinking.” Read more...

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

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