The Hub Internship Program offers a collection of high-quality, curated internships that are designed specifically for LSA students. These foundational opportunities are open to students at any stage in their undergraduate education and are paired with industry-specific programming and guided professional development to support excellence in the workplace.
We welcome applications from LSA students of all nationalities, ethnicities, races, abilities, gender identities, sexual orientations, ages, religions, and statuses (first generation students, veterans, returning citizens, DACA recipients, caregivers, etc.).
- Intern at nonprofit and arts organizations in Detroit
- Offered May - August
- Intern throughout the U.S.
- Offered May - August
- Intern with global organizations
- Offered year-round
Joining the program unlocks access to benefits throughout the internship process:
Support from an Internship Program Coordinator: We provide advice on how to identify opportunities and manage challenges during your internship, guide reflection to help document and shape your experience, and assist you with summarizing your achievements and identifying your next steps when the internship ends.
Industry-Specific Knowledge: You’ll get to participate in workshops about industry trends, issues, and opportunities and will receive tailored guidance on how to navigate your field and become a standout intern.
Membership in an Industry-based Cohort: You’ll join a group of peers who are exploring similar industries and be able to learn together, network with one another, and support each other throughout the internship experience and beyond.
Invitations to Exclusive Events & Programming: Following your internship experience, you’ll receive access to private events with LSA alumni and exclusive professional development opportunities.
All currently enrolled LSA undergraduates who will return in the semester following the internship are eligible to apply.
LSA students who accept an internship within the Hub Internship Program must commit to the following:
Completion of the full internship (exceptions may be made in the event of an emergency)
Timely communication with the employer and Opportunity Hub staff
Participation in the Hub Internship Program programming, which includes an orientation event, 2 - 3 workshops (in-person and virtual formats), a virtual midpoint check-in with an Internship Program Coordinator, and a post-internship event
Participation in an online YellowDig community, which requires short blog posts about your internship and interaction with posts by peers
Good behavior and responsible conduct while in the internship, as outlined in the U-M Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities, U-M Policy and Procedures on Student Sexual and Gender-based Misconduct and Other Forms of Interpersonal Violence, and all applicable federal, state, and local laws.
How to Apply
Before you apply to internships within the Hub Internship Program:
1. Review the Program Requirements (above). If you are unable to commit to these requirements it is best to apply to non-Hub internships.
2. Consider meeting with a Hub Coach to ensure your resume, cover letter, and other application materials are up to date, properly formatted, and a strong representation of your experiences and accomplishments.
Available Hub Internship Program internships are listed on the Opportunity Network. Use the “Position Type” filter and select any of the “Hub Internship Program” options to view current listings.
For help using the Network, visit the Student Help page.
We help you find the best internship for what you want to do, and then we help you afford it. Both merit- and need-based support is available for those who qualify—last year, more than $1 million in internship funding support was given to students! Scholarships cover costs like housing, airfare, and food.
Our funding opportunities vary by type of internship, so please visit the internship pages for more information.
See our funding page for more information on programs and scholarships tied specifically to funding.
Please note that accepting an internship through the Hub Internship Program internship doesn't guarantee a scholarship award.
The LSA Opportunity Network is the source for internships both in the Hub's program and outside it; alums and employers across the world post positions there seeking talented and hard-working LSA students like you.
The Network is accessible only to LSA students. Browse and apply for positions.