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ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Are you an LSA student looking for a summer internship? Look no further than the 2023 LSA Internship Fair taking place on Tuesday, Feb. 14 in the Pendleton Room at the Michigan Union.
At this drop-in style event, LSA students will have the opportunity to meet with 25 employers across various industries, explore open internship opportunities for summer 2023, and gain helpful insights on launching a successful internship search from employer representatives and Hub coaches.
“We encourage all liberal arts and sciences students to join us, regardless of where they are in their LSA journey,” says Assistant Director of Employer Engagement, Jordan Gray. “This event is the perfect space to explore internship options and make connections with trusted employers.”
The event is scheduled from 3:30-7:00 p.m and is open to all students enrolled at the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (LSA).
LSA students interested in attending the Internship Fair should RSVP on LSA Engage.
See below for a comprehensive list of attending employers.
“This event is the perfect space to explore internship options and make connections with trusted employers.”
ATTENDING IN PERSON
826michigan: 826michigan is a volunteer-led organization that seeks to inspire school-aged students to write with skill and confidence. Their writing and tutoring programs uphold a culture of creativity and imagination and support students in establishing strong habits of mind.
AdAdapted: AdAdapted is the leader in consumer packaged goods (CPG) AdTech. AdAdapted offers the easiest, most efficient way for advertisers to reach millions of active, verified shoppers who turn to mobile apps to make their grocery lists and for online shopping.
ALDI: ALDI is one of the fastest-growing retailers in the nation, and is charting an aggressive growth course to become the third-largest U.S. grocery retailer by store count by the end of 2022. ALDI has been named one of the country's Best Large Employers by Forbes, as well as a Best Employer for New Grads and Best Employer for Women.
Athletic Republic – Shelby & Commerce: Athletic Republic is an evidence-based sports training facility that has delivered improvements in speed, power, agility, and endurance to athletes of all ages. Their brand is built out of a firm belief that there is a better way to train athletes, rehabilitate and maintain peak athletic performance.
Brilliant Detroit: A nonprofit organization dedicated to building “kid success neighborhoods,” by purchasing and transforming underutilized homes into community hubs and providing programming to ensure families with children ages 0-8 have what they need to be school-ready, healthy and stable.
Community Action Network (CAN): CAN partners with children, youth, and families from under-resourced Washtenaw County neighborhoods to create better futures for themselves and improve the communities in which they live by committing to represent and reflect the communities they partner with, prioritize the diversity of lived experiences, and empower the voices of the families to actively build an anti-racist future.
Detroit Zoological Society: The Detroit Zoological Society (DZS) is a nonprofit organization that operates the Detroit Zoo in Royal Oak, Mich. and the Belle Isle Nature Center, located in Detroit. Accredited by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums, DZS employs approximately 350 full and part-time employees and hosts more than 500 volunteers throughout the year.
Hour Media: Hour Media is the largest publisher of city and regional magazines in the United States, as well as a multimedia production and digital distribution company. Hour Detroit Magazine brings you stories of regional interest along with the best restaurants, clubs, events and useful resources and is Metropolitan Detroit's largest monthly magazine.
Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum: A transformative force for social and ecological resilience through the waters and lands we steward. Emerging as University of Michigan’s premier partner for research, teaching, and public impact in sustainability, climate-forward practices and biocultural diversity.
Morgan Stanley: Morgan Stanley mobilizes capital to help governments, corporations, institutions and individuals around the world achieve their financial goals. At its foundation are five core values — put clients first, do the right thing, lead with exceptional ideas, commit to diversity and inclusion, and give back — that guide its more than 70,000+ employees across 41 countries.
Northwestern Mutual: Northwestern Mutual has helped families and businesses achieve financial security for over 160 years by combining the expertise of financial professionals with a personalized digital experience and leading-edge technology. Through insurance and investments, they help people navigate life and guide them to their goals.
NSF International: The mission of NSF International is to protect and improve global human and planet health, which is carried out by nearly 3,000 global employees in 180 countries.
Ottawa Internship Program: This program is designed to provide first-hand learning experience in the Canadian government through placement with a Member of Parliament or Senator in the capital of Canada. Goals of this program include leadership training, learning the similarities and differences of policy problems and approaches and solutions to them, exposure to a different political party system, acquisition of new political language, viewing the image of the United States and American policies and politics from outside the country, and exposing students to career-oriented activities and possibilities within the world of politics.
Peace Corps: The Peace Corps works side-by-side with local leaders to tackle the most pressing challenges of our generation. From leading health campaigns to boosting local entrepreneurship to teaching digital literacy, the Peace Corps offers a range of opportunities for our Volunteers to take on new challenges.
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan: Planned Parenthood Affiliates of Michigan is a 501 (c)3 nonprofit. Our mission is to protect and enhance the ability of affiliates to deliver comprehensive reproductive health services by affecting public policy.
Rocket Companies: A Detroit-based company made up of businesses that provide simple, fast and trusted digital solutions for complex transactions. The name comes from our flagship business, now known as Rocket Mortgage®. We’re a publicly traded company involved in many different industries, including mortgages, fintech, real estate, automotive and more.
Sage Corps: Sage Corps is an international internship program that sends university students to work with global startups. They design their programs to prepare students for trending jobs and help college students and recent graduates prepare for a competitive job market in the global economy.
Semester In Detroit: Semester in Detroit transforms U-M students through reciprocal relationships with the people, organizations, and neighborhoods of Detroit. By living, learning, and working in the city, our students engage with community leaders in transformative work - strengthening themselves as well as the wider region.
Teach for America: A nonprofit organization committed to confronting educational inequity by training passionate education leaders to teach for at least two years, then work with unwavering commitment in every sector of society to create a nation free from this injustice.
The Detroit News: The Detroit News is a Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper and website based in Detroit, Michigan, covering what matters to Metro Detroit and all of Michigan since 1873.
LSA students looking to connect with the following employers must RSVP and attend the Internship Fair in person, while the employers join virtually. These conversations will take place in a specific room at the Michigan Union. Students who are interested in meeting with one or more of the virtual employers can sign up for a specific time slot after registering on LSA Engage.
AlphaSights: AlphaSights is the global leader in knowledge on-demand. We connect investment and business leaders with a dynamic network of industry professionals whose informed perspectives help our clients make superior investment and business decisions.
Center for Success Network (CSN): The mission of CSN is to unite literacy and community to empower students in the journey of education. Their vision is to vitalize our community's relationship with literacy by connecting elementary students with dedicated mentors for guided, specified literacy interventions.
Republic Airways Holdings Inc: At Republic Airways, our mission is to provide a safe, clean and reliable flying experience. We believe this is best accomplished by focusing on our vision, “With the BEST people, products and performance, we will be America’s Regional Airline of choice.” Republic Airways is a great place to get your career off the runway!
Shoptelligence: Shoptelligence is a proven A.I.-powered style discovery platform that helps home furnishing retailers increase revenue by offering an inspirational and engaging shopping experience. Backed by powerful algorithms and individualized customer style profiles, they can accelerate your omnichannel retail strategy - growing ticket size and customer lifetime value.
Story Shifters: Story Shifters started as an opportunity to expose children of African descent to the many stories of people who look like them from all over the world. Through reading clubs and youth programming, Stories Shifters aims to build not only children's literacy skills and historical knowledge but also their confidence to develop their own stories to share with their communities and broader.