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Graduate School Resource Fair is this Wednesday, March 7

Considering grad school? The Graduate School Resource Fair is a prime opportunity to talk to program reps and current grad students about how to navigate the application process. The fair is co-organized by the LSA Opportunity Hub and the LSA Comprehensive Studies Program. Join us Wednesday, March 7 in the Michigan League Ballroom from 6 to 8:15 p.m. Details here.

Funding to Cover Internship Costs

One of the LSA Opportunity Hub’s priorities is ensuring cost is not a barrier to interning for LSA students. Funding resources abound, including the LSA Internship Scholarship (up to $5,000 for those who qualify), the Applebaum Internship Program, and the Samo Alajbegovic Fellowship. Talk to us about your options during drop-in hours, attend a budgeting workshop, or learn more here.

Applebaum Internship Program Deadlines Approaching

Applebaum Internship Program participants are not fetching coffee; they're empowering teenagers by teaching code, they're thinking strategically about how to diversify a volunteer pool, and they're managing a historic museum collection, to name a few projects. Search summer 2018 positions here.

Upcoming Events

Resume Basics Workshop

March 8 | 5:30–6 P.M. | LSA 2001

How do you best fit who you are and what you're capable of into one page? We help you figure it out. RSVP.

Free Doughnuts at the Hub

March 14 | 9 A.M.–NOON | LSA 2001

Join the LSA Opportunity Hub team as we celebrate the semester mid-point with free doughnuts from Washtenaw Dairy and yummy hot cocoa. This event is exclusively for LSA students. Let us know if you're thinking about coming with an RSVP.

International Studies Alumni Career Panel

MARCH 19 | 5–6:30 p.m. | ROOM 1010 WEISER HALL

Learn where an international studies major can take you as a panel of alumni working or studying across the country return to discuss their career trajectory and answer student questions. Alumni include Margi Goelz at the American Councils for International Education and Madison Malloch-Brown at The Estee Lauder Companies. Details.



Blog Branding Intern

Jen's Scrubs

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Social Service

Oral History Intern

Detroit Historical Society

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Curatorial Intern

The Jewish Museum

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Data & Strategy Intern

DREAM, East Harlem

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Urban Farming Intern

Michigan Urban Farming Initiative


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Finance Officer Intern

State Minister, Republic of Albania

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Script Reading & Marketing Intern

Detroit Public Theatre

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Student Spotlight
Student Hal Terry on a boat

Exploring Slovenia with the Samo Alajbegovic Fellowship

Hal Terry | Junior | Ecology, Evolution, & Biodiversity

“I was given the chance to intern at the Marine Biology Station in Piran, Slovenia thanks to the Samo Alajbegovic Fellowship, named in Samo's memory. I applied because I wanted to observe biology and ecology from a new perspective. Working in the same facility as Samo gave me perspective on how lucky I was to have been given the chance to come to this internship. When I first arrived, I was a bit overwhelmed with the unfamiliarity of my surroundings. But meeting Samo's family and seeing their kindness in person helped me find a way to view this trip as a once-in-a- lifetime opportunity. It was my duty to honor his spirit and push myself to discover both Europe and the field of biology.” Learn more about this funding opportunity here.

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

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