Every Monday, 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.
CHELSEA'S PICK: 2016 Paid Summer Fashion Internship - New York City at Global Brands Group
APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 02, 2016
Are you interested in a career in fashion? Gaining valuable experience in the field and connecting with professionals is incredibly important in securing a full-time role. Check out this internship that allows for a paid, 10-week fashion internship in New York City. This sounds like a great way to dip your toes into the industry and learn more about it!
TYLER'S PICK: Marketing/Business/Sales Internship (working on campus) at CDW
APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 5, 2016
CDW is seeking Campus Interns to work closely with its customers at the department level giving them a better understanding of CDW•G’s offerings, internal systems and processes. You will focus on building existing relationships with IT professionals within the University in order to increase CDW•G presence and identify larger IT opportunities.
This is a fun and dynamic experience that compliments any business discipline. CDW interns are given a fair range of autonomy and responsibility as they build skills in enterprise account management.
Apply now and work through your graduation date!
SALLY'S PICK: Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival Production & Artistic Intern at ArtOps
APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 8, 2016
As someone who loves music, I'm always excited to see these types of opportunities in Handshake. This looks like a great opportunity for students interested in learning more about arts administration. It includes everything from acting as liaison between artists and staff and assisting with artist arrivals/departures to compiling minutes for the repertoire and compiling and distributing artists folders. In addition you'll have professional development opportunities including information sessions with Festival staff, mock interviews with Board members and networking events.