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Interns at the Hub

Hub Interns are an essential part of our office, playing a role in everything from day-to-day operations to ambitious projects. Throughout their experience, interns develop their professional skills and receive coaching and support throughout the process.

Check out newly dropped internship positions below!

Intern Title Openings Hours/Week Hourly Pay Link to Apply

Information Services 

Intern

6 10-20 $12-13.50 Job #67332

Graduate Employer

Engagement Intern

1 15-17 $15.00 Job #67338

Employer Engagement 

Intern

1 10-12 $12-13.50 Job #67333

Mentorship Program

Intern

1 10-12 $12-13.50

Job #67334

Graduate Coaching

Intern

1 10-20 $15.00

Job #67751

Coaching

Intern

1 10-12 $12-13.50 Job #67336

Graduate

Assessment Intern

1 10-20 $15.00

Job #67753

Communications

Intern

1 12-14 $12-13.50

Job #67356

PRIORITY APPLICATION DEADLINE:  5PM EST ON FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 2022

LATE APPLICATION DEADLINE:  5PM EST ON FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 2022

What We Are Looking For:

  • Current U-M students, with a preference for students in LSA
  • Students in good academic standing according to the University’s most recent record
  • Students with a commitment to creating access to opportunities for our diverse population of LSA students, and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Commitment to this internship for Fall 2022 and Winter 2023, with the option to continue on for Spring & Summer 2023

Educational Value

You Will Gain

The goal of the Hub internship is for interns to gain experience through the learning outcomes listed below:

  • Take initiative and ask necessary questions
  • Synthesize information and set priorities
  • Make informed and responsible decisions
  • Complete projects in a professional and timely manner
  • Apply a variety of knowledge to professional settings
  • Solve problems by thinking analytically
  • Communicate effectively, both verbally, non-verbally, and in writing
  • Work with people of different backgrounds and cultures to accomplish a goal

What We Offer

  • Team building activities each semester
  • Monthly all-intern meetings on topics including: negotiations, interview skills, customer service skills, professionalizing your experience, etc.
  • Bi-weekly meetings with your direct supervisor with tailored feedback
  • Professional development meetings and events
  • Opportunities to engage with students through tabling, workshops, focus groups, and events
  • Networking opportunities with University of Michigan staff, faculty, and alumni
  • Collaboration with Hub staff, the LSA college, and U-M constituents
  • A collaborative work environment allowing for teamwork with other interns and Hub staff

Our Supervisors

  • Provide guidance and support for the intern, while giving them autonomy to work independently
  • Focus on giving consistent feedback that is specific to the intern’s desired development goals
  • Engage with interns on a bi-weekly basis to inquire what their goals are and how the internship and the supervisor can provide support to assist them in reaching those goals

Questions?

Contact the LSA Opportunity Hub at lsaopphub@umich.edu or

Assistant Director of Hub Operations, Caroline McFadden, at carmcf@umich.ed