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Planning Your ‘18/’19 (and 2020, and 2021) with Hub Coaches

The LSA Opportunity Hub’s coaching team works with you to identify the best plan of action for you to fulfill your aspirations. From fine-tuning a résumé to thinking through what you want to do with your degree, Hub coaches offer support. Access their services by making a one-on-one appointment via email at lsa-opphub@umich.edu, by phone at 734-763-4674, or by stopping by the office!

International Internship Applications Open in October

Applications for a collection of curated, high-quality global experiences available exclusively to LSA students will open in the LSA Opportunity Network beginning in October. The program’s transformative opportunities include structured support from the beginning of the application process through the end of the internship. Summer 2019 positions begin posting in October; stay tuned for details!

Alumni Connections With Global Private Equity Expert Beth Michelson

Beth Michelson is senior managing director at Cartesian Capital Partners, a global private equity firm. Previosly, she worked in financing for media and entertainment at Dresdner Bank AG, in the U.S. House of Representatives, and as a financial journalist in Prague. Join Beth for a conversation about her LSA path on Oct. 5. Space is limited; be sure to RSVP in advance.

Upcoming Events

Workshop: Resume Basics

Sept. 27 | 4:30–5:30 P.M. | LSA 2001

How do you best fit who you are and what you’re capable of on to one page? We help you figure it out. (Plus, free food!) RSVP now.

Workshop: Building Your LinkedIn Profile

Oct. 2 | 5–6:30 P.M. | LSA 2001

Begin to develop your professional identity online! Attend this workshop to learn how to create a LinkedIn profile and begin building one to support your professional success. RSVP now.

Workshop: Starting Your Internship Search

Oct. 9 | NOON–1 p.m. | LSA 2001

How do you find the right summer opportunity for you? Work with Hub coaches to begin navigating the search process. RSVP now.



Governance Affairs Intern

United Nations, Beirut

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Social Service

Visual & Marketing Communications Intern

Second to None

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Probate Court Intern

Washtenaw County Probate Court

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2019 Summer Intern Program

Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (SMBC)

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Transportation Research Internship

U-M Transportation Research Institute


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Supply and Trading Intern

BP Energy Company

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Health Career Opportunity Program Intern

NYU School of Medicine

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Student Spotlight
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Analyzing Data in Tokyo

Hannah Dang | Junior | Prospective Economics Major

“I specifically chose to intern in Japan because it’s a nation where the opposing forces of tradition and modernity are evident,” says Hannah Dang. “Those contrasts made it a place where I was able to embrace my multicultural identity.” The economics student spent her summer as a digital marketing intern for Fez, Inc. in Tokyo, where her work involved data analysis, consulting, and market research. The average day was full of new experiences: learning how to prepare reports on consumer behavior, learning Japanese, and learning how to navigate a new country. “One of the biggest things I’ve learned is to be open to every opportunity presented to you because you never know how much you’ll gain from it,” Dang said. She worked with the LSA Opportunity Hub to find resources and participate in pre-departure sessions to prepare for life abroad. The experience helped her realize she wants to pursue a “global path in the realm of finance.”

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

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