University Career Center

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UPDATE: The Career Center has transitioned to a new platform called "Handshake". Career Center Connector is no longer accessible and has been replaced by Handshake.

Every Wednesday, 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 the Career Center Connector (C3). While you're there, see what other interesting opportunities you find! C3 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 a resume builder, C3 also contains information about employer presentations, career fairs, work-shops, and on-campus interviews.

Angie Hall, Sr. Systems Analyst

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ANGIE'S PICK: Development & Marketing Intern - Special Events and Corporate Relations - Food Gatherers
JOB ID: 52875

Staying local this summer? Interested in marketing, fundraising and non-profit? Food Gatherers are looking for a Development & Marketing Intern for Special Events and Corporate Relations. Grillin’ for Food Gatherers, ​is ​a large event put on by Food Gatherers, to raise funds to help​ non-profit​s​ providing food assistance​ in​ Washtenaw County. ​This could be a tasty internship!

Job ID # 52875 in Career Center Connector (C3)

Nate Hill, Content/Community Strategist

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NATE'S PICK: AT&T Future Leaders Internship Experience (FLITE) - AT&T
JOB ID: 53036

ATTENTION FIRST YEAR STUDENTS: This looks like a great opportunity for you. 

AT&T is looking to develop future leaders so if you think of yourself as a future leader then definitely look into this experience.

Not sure whether your want to to go into marketing or finance, sales or operations, HR or public relations? No worries.

This program is designed for you to help you explore potential career fits within AT&T so that you reach your career goals.

In addition to helping you explore your career options you also get access to learning and development opportunities through AT&T University.

Again this is a great opportunity to really explore your career interests at one of FORTUNE magazine’s Top 50 Most Admired companies in the world.

You’ll get a chance to network with business leaders as well as fellow interns — which in and of itself could be invaluable to your career later down the road.

Finally, if you meet and exceed your expectations this year you’ll get an offer to join again after your sophomore year. Odds are that you’ll continue to be offered great opportunities each year as long as you continue doing well — which ultimately means this summer experience after your freshman year could be the experience to help you land your first job out of college.

Job ID # 53036 in Career Center Connector (C3)

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SARAH'S PICK: Summer Camp Counselor
JOB ID: Multiple Job IDs

As awesome as an internship is, I think everyone should experience summer camp at some point in their lives. As someone who never went to camp as a kid, I was dead set on being a camp counselor during my junior year of college. Then I got mono and couldn't go- but that's a story for another day. There are many overnight counselor jobs on our site for camps all over the country. Having free room and board (and usually being in the middle of nowhere), you're able to save a decent amount. Plus you're building really valuable skills- working with a team, conflict resolution, adaptability, event planning, and communication. It's important to remember that recruiters aren't only focused on hiring people with internships. They like to see that you did something meaningful with your time and built transferable skills. This may be your last chance to ever go to summer camp- no summer vacation in the working world!

Here are a few of the camp jobs available: 

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