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- Globalize your liberal arts education this summer in Dublin
- CANCELLED: Industry Insiders on Mar. 13
- Intern Spotlight: Adam Seltzer
- What LSA students are saying about the ALA 325 course
- Intern Spotlight: Natalie Suh
- In-person, drop-in coaching is paused until further notice
- Our coaches are online and ready to provide virtual coaching
- April Virtual Alumni Connections
- Gain critical leadership experience as a Hub ambassador
- What can LSA students be doing right now to further their career goals?
- Virtual internships in spring and summer of 2020 are now eligible for funding
- May Virtual Alumni Connections
- Get a first look into the upcoming release of LSA’s new mentoring platform
- Sign up for June's coach-led workshops
- Why early career exploration really matters
- Alum Story: Discover how this 2009 English grad secured his first job during the housing market crash
- Alum Story: Find out how this LSA alum turned his ‘baseball’ career aspirations into a reality
- August's Employer Connections
- What’s ‘Happening’ virtually this Fall at the LSA Opportunity Hub
- Discover what LSA’s online community has been buzzing about
- RSVP for Fall's career-building workshops
- Fostering career connections from home
- A transformation from on-site and in-person to virtual and remote
- Alum Story: Hear how this LSA alum and Detroit native transformed tragedy into human achievement
- Alum Story: From schoolcraft to statecraft
- Connecting all Corners
- LSA Connect turns six months!
- Host an LSA student’s virtual internship this summer
- More than $350,000 awarded to LSA students as virtual internship support
- Are virtual internships as valuable as on-site ones? The experts weigh in with a resounding “Yes”
- 2021 Internship Forum
- Alum Story: A journey to the center of the self
- Student spotlight: Unlocking the mysteries of the human body—and demystifying the career exploration journey
- 2021 Grad School Fair
- Hub Industry Groups
- How to (net)work your way into a new career opportunity
- Graduating Hub intern shares that working at the Hub was more than just an internship experience
- More than just students: setting the Hub up for success
- In the “room” where it happens
- Applied Liberal Arts courses at the Hub
- Leveraging your LSA alum network as a recent graduate
- The road to discovery: An LSA alum looks back on how she found fulfillment in an unlikely place
- Three science alums, three very different career journeys
- Career fairs: an opportunity to explore, connect, and practice
- What is ‘career exploration’—and why does it matter?
- Three alums, three identities, three incredibly diverse career paths
- Internships: A way to trying on different careers for size
- An inside look into career coaching
- Where will your LSA degree take you?
- Waste not, want not
- 2022 LSA Internship Fair
- Making career choices with a little help from your LSA friends
- "Be your own advocate"
- 2022 Grad School Fair
- Take the pressure off
- Unlocking your next internship opportunity
- The Grad School Question
- How to Get Hired
- Navigating the unexpected
- Putting your LSA degree to work
- Networking: The key that unlocks career opportunities and mentoring support
- Dispelling common career myths
- Part Two: Dispelling common career myths
- To all summer interns
- Signing off
- What is Social Capital?
- 5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Undergraduate Career
- 4 Ways to Look After Your Mental Health as a Student
- So, you’re considering a virtual internship?
- Navigating Internship Rejection
- LSA Opportunity Hub Offers Free Professional Headshots For U-M LSA Students
- The 2023 LSA Internship Fair: Employers hiring winter and summer interns
- Reflections From a Recent BIPOC Grad Student Roundtable
- 3 Ways LSA Connect Will Help Launch Your Career
- Peer Coaching
- Upgrade Your LSA Engage Profile
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With the unprecedented times we find ourselves in, it's tough making decisions about your future. Questions like, "Will there be jobs waiting for me after I graduate?", and "Should I pursue post-graduate education to develop expertise in a certain field?" are common yet so important when it comes to actively taking next steps with your career. Which is why we've turned to the experts—join us for the month of August as we focus on exploring careers in government consulting with Deloitte, effective interviewing with Amazon, and the realities of political advocacy in today's virtual age with PIRGIM.
These sessions will run virtually and are open to all LSA undergrads who RSVP, but space is limited. RSVP early to avoid the waitlist. Click on the panel title below to learn more or reserve your spot.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
August's Employer Connections
August 20: 4:00-5:00 p.m. | Explore careers in Government & Public Services Consulting with Deloitte
The issues that the federal government faces today are becoming exceedingly more complex, whether it’s cybersecurity, financial sustainability, or healthcare reform. Which is why federal agencies partner with consulting firms like Deloitte for revolutionary, turnkey solutions that can help them problem-solve. Join Deloitte’s Government and Public Services group to envision a deeply creative and analytical career in the public sector consulting and connect with emerging and established professionals to explore the paths they carved out from Michigan to Deloitte!
August 24: 12:00-1:15 p.m. | Connect with Amazon about Acing the Interview
Join Amazon for a primer on successfully preparing for and acing a job interview. Together with Amazon’s Operations Recruiting team, you’ll get an insider’s perspective on distinguishing yourself in a competitive interview process. If you’re actively seeking internship or job opportunities, make valuable connections with Amazon reps responsible for hiring-in university talent, such as yourself.
August 25: 4:00-5:15 p.m. | Exploring careers in Political Advocacy in a virtual age
The Public Interest Research Group in Michigan (PIRGIM) is a non-profit that serves to address the social, economical, and political needs of the public. Whether its threats to consumers, the environment, health & safety, or even the financial security of ordinary citizens, PIRGIM uses grassroots organizing, advocacy and litigation, investigative research, and media exposés to drive change. Join the PIRGIM team as they walk through the day in the life of a political advocacy organization. They’ll also address potential solutions to the unprecedented challenges voters face with the Fall’s upcoming federal virtual election.