Every week, we highlight a few positions that we think you'll find 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, workshops, and on-campus interviews.
MARIELLA'S PICK: Intern at the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH)
APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 19th, 2019
If you are looking for an opportunity to spend the summer in NYC while learning about the real life challenges of public health, be sure to look into this internship program. In addition to hands on experience, you will also be able to attend seminars, workshops, and actively participate in other activities that will broaden your understanding of how the agency works to promote the health of New Yorkers.
CHELSEA'S PICK: Assistant Manager, Precision Advertising Trader at L'Oreal
APPLICATION DEADLINE: November 30th, 2018
Advertising is changing rapidly in the digital age. So I choose this job as a great example of how analytics plays a role in digital media. Check it out if you're interested in digital media, working in NYC, and the beauty industry! To find jobs similar to this, make sure you set up a "search alert" in Handshake by filtering by "Job Function" with: "Advertising, Media & PR", "Data and Analytics," and "Marketing-General".
DINA'S PICK: Behavior Therapist at the Center for Autism and Related Disorders
APPLICATION DEADLINE: January 1st, 2019
I thought this job was very cool because it allows you to work with children who are autistic. And I feel like that's a life skill we should all have because autism affects so many individuals. I also thought it was a cool choice because it offers the training required for working with autistic individuals as a part of the hiring process. So you don't have to worry about not having the actual skills. It also allows for opportunities to continue along a career track with the employer. Basically a great chance at a full-time job with them. It's also in California, which is one of my favorite states. And overall the employment package is just very supportive with paid training, travel time pay, paid sick time, and access to mentorship.