University Career Center

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Every Tuesday, join us here as we plan to highlight a few positions that we think you'll find particularly interesting. Learn more by checking out each pick on Handshake. While you're there, see what other interesting opportunities you find! Handshake is a great way to start exploring your career options and it is also the best way to stay informed on what you need to know as a job or internship seeker while you're a student here at U of M. Besides housing job & internship opportunities, Handshake also contains information about employer presentations, career fairs, work-shops, and on-campus interviews.

Joelle Fundaro, Coordinator

JOELLE'S PICK: Somerset Patriots 2017 Summer Internship Program

What an amazing experience! Have you heard about the Somerset Patriots 2017 Internship? Members of the Internship Program will be exposed to all facets of a Minor League Baseball organization and will gain practical, in-depth experience from one of the positions linked below. Members will also gain valuable experience from a season long learning project that covers various aspects of sport management, including grass roots marketing, theme night creation and execution, ballpark entertainment, sales,, and business presentations. Prospective candidates will be asked to note their preferred choice of position when applying, however, the Patriots will ultimately decide the position to offer you that best suits your skills and their needs. Be sure to check out the link below to learn more! 

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Andree Joyaux, Recruitment Coordinator

ANDREE'S PICK: Masco Accelerated Career Experience (ACE) Program

This is an excellent general business management opportunity!

ACE associates at Masco spend 2 years rotating through several business functions of this $8 billion, publicly traded, Fortune 500 company that designs, manufactures, markets and distributes home improvement and building products and is headquartered in Southeast Michigan. ACE associates rotate across three cross-functional business segments that are chosen based on the individual’s background and skills, career interests and the needs of the business. And as a part of a large national company, ACE Associates have the opportunity to work in multiple locations across the country. Business-segment options include: customer-facing units (Customer Service, Marketing or Sales), operations (Operations or Supply Chain) or support functions (Business Development, Finance or Human Resources). ACE associates spend a portion of the program rotating through each segment and building an understanding of various cross-functional processes, while developing general business and leadership proficiency.

For students interested in leadership development, management training, and exposure to all aspects of running a business, this rotational program provides a great opportunity to learn at a large corporation that’s made up of more than 20 individual companies and nearly 60 manufacturing facilities in the United States and more than 20 around the world.

I think these ACE associates could learn so much about so many functions across the company and have the opportunity to develop relationships with several managers and executives across the organization -- I say go for it!

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Mariella Mecozzi, Senior Assistant Director, Pre-Professional Services​MARIELLA'S PICK: Legal Assistant at The Brattle Group

Graduating this December and looking for a law-related opportunity?  Check Handshake posting #503374 for a Legal Assistant position with the Brattle Group in San Francisco.  Reporting directly to the General Counsel, this role involves close cooperation with the entire Legal department with significant interaction with the firm’s domestic and international consulting and corporate services staff, as well as external law firm personnel and client procurement departments.

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