In addition to the LSA Internship Scholarship, there are many sources within and outside of U-M to fund your professional opportunities. Many of these are specific to your affiliations and interests. A good general strategy for finding funding you are eligible for is to check into your major or minor department, other University affiliations, or external sources such as industry-specific professional associations. More information and examples are available below. For more information or to let us know about a funding source not listed here, email email@example.com.
LSA Funding Sources:
Check with your major or minor department, units you’re affiliated with, or departments related to the work of your internship, to learn about potential funding sources. A non-exhaustive list is below:
Other U-M Funding
If you are dual enrolled in another school or college, or if you are affiliated with another U-M unit or program, check in to learn about their funding options. Some examples are below:
Additional Search Databases
- LSA Opportunity Hub Professional Opportunity Scholarships Database: Searchable database of several internal and external funding sources for professional opportunities.
- U-M Library: Search features to find external funding sources, including through professional organizations and a database for non-US Citizens.
- M-Compass: Funding options for internships, volunteer, research, and conferences, with a focus on international opportunities.
- CareerOneStop: External scholarship finder for internships and other opportunities.