We are here to assist LSA students as they explore and search for internship opportunities—year-round and at any stage in their undergraduate education.
Prepare for your internship search and learn about pathways into different industries
Search for an internship
Apply to internships designed for LSA students that feature tailored professional development and industry training
Why are internships important?
Internships are short-term, professional development opportunities that enable students to:
explore careers of interest
develop specific skills
apply their liberal arts education in a workplace setting
build professional networks
obtain professional references and job leads
81.1 percent of college graduates reported that internships helped them shift their career directions by changing the focus of classes or majors (State of Millennial Hiring Report, 2016).
Liberal Arts students who participate in internships are more likely to be employed within six months following graduation compared to their peers who don’t participate in internships (The Impact of Undergraduate Internships on Post-Graduate Outcomes for the Liberal Arts, 2017).
Where do LSA students intern?
LSA students intern in many different industries and work in a variety of roles both in the U.S. and abroad. Here are some of the positions LSA students have recently held:
Marketing Intern at IBM
Software Engineer at Target
Archaeological and Anthropology Excavation Intern in Greece
Intern at Candian Parliament
Legal Intern at Washtenaw County Trial Court
Research Intern at a University Research Lab
Volunteer Coordinator at Brilliant Detroit
Research & Analysis Intern at Kellogg Eye Center