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Stamps students in good academic standing are eligible to apply up to three internship credits toward graduation requirements. In many cases, students network for their own internship opportunities; however, the Career Development Coordinator in the Smucker•Wagstaff Academic Programs Center compiles requests for interns from organizations and posts those opportunities through bulletin boards, email messages, and the web. Click here for the School of Art & Design's Internship Policies.
November 17, 2017 • Internship
Come visualize spacecraft and planetary exploration with the NASA JPL / Caltech / Art Center visualization internship, a multi-disciplinary program for computer scientists and designers.
We use visualization to understand the universe.
Students will develop creative interactive visualization tools for scientific research/engineering groups selected from a broad set of areas at JPL and Caltech.
Working in multidisciplinary teams, students will use methods from User-Centered Design, computing, 3D graphics and interaction design to visualize real data sets that support active scientific research. Students will work closely with scientific or engineering researchers to understand their research and data, identify their visualization needs and determine the relevance of design iterations to their research and data.
The University of Michigan Center for Sport & Policy (UMCSP) is looking to hire a creative graphic design intern to assist with designing reports, presentations, and other marketing assets before they go out to clients. We are seeking one student with a strong talent for all elements of design, layout, and typography, a sharp attention to detail, and good creative instincts.
November 9, 2017 • Internship
Are you looking for an internship that feeds your soul?
IBM has just the thing for you in Maelstrom, an intensive software design internship experience that hires the dangerously curious, teaches through participatory learning, prototyping, and reflection, and drives to early outcomes for bleeding edge IBM products and services.
Over the course of the 8–10 week long experience in our Austin Studio, Maelstromers are deployed in small intern cohorts guided by their product team mentors to attack complex problems for real stakeholders. Think of it as the love child of Education and Practice.
October 30, 2017 • Internship
We’re a small, nimble team so we can’t afford to manufacture “intern-work.” Our interns are our colleagues, and their code, designs, and ideas have the power to affect 200 million people around the world. Learn deeply and broadly from an experienced team of world class engineers, designers, product managers, PhDs, and researchers.
Use Sketch or Photoshop to design clean, innovative interfaces for apps and web
Look at metrics to see how your designs are performing, and iterate to improve them
Work side by side with talented engineers who would bring your visions to life
Manage individual project priorities, deadlines and deliverables
October 19, 2017 • Internship
Next Summer: Earn Money, Get Credits. Kick-start your Career.
Thinking about what you will do with your summer? Want to be PAID and get course credit while gaining valuable professional development skills? The award-winning Development Summer Internship Program (D-SIP) provides you with a 12-week engaging summer work experience in fundraising and philanthropy, as well as academic coursework and valuable professional development experiences along with a cohort of other interns.
This internship is for all majors and will provide interns with transferable skills for any career field they choose.
The three elements of D-SIP:
*PAID Work: Work on one of the U-M campuses or in a local community nonprofit on an impactful project. Each intern has their own summer project. Check out what our past interns worked on here.
*Course Work: Each Friday you can expand your knowledge on how fundraising changes the world, all while earning up to three credits.
*Professional Development: Develop and refine your professional skills through reflection, resume and interview preparation, a consulting challenge, networking exposure, and intercultural dialogues.
Through D-SIP you will see firsthand how fundraising makes a difference at U-M, and learn how, as a development professional, you can help shape the world of tomorrow.
Apply Now! The application deadline is Sunday, January 7, 2018
We will be holding two information sessions:
Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 7pm-8pm—Michigan Union, Parker Room
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 7:30pm-8:30pm—Michigan League, Hussey Room
To learn more and apply, please visit:
October 10, 2017 • Internship
THE JAPAN INTERNSHIP INITIATIVE is an annual engaged learning initiative that connects Michigan undergraduates with internships at Japanese for-profits and NPOs in both Japan and the U.S.
June 7, 2017 • Internship
As a Production Intern at Detroit Public Television, you can get practical and realistic experience as a production assistant. Interns assist the producers & studio directors in all phases of a project: pre-production,production, and post-production.
April 18, 2016 • Internship
Please note these opportunities are for LA residents only and the application cycle is yearly (deadline in February). However, the Getty also funds other creative opportunities which can be found here: