U-M’s Public Service Intern Program (PSIP) celebrated its 5Oth year in 2019 and, unbelievably, the students in the 51st cohort of PSIP have experienced a program year like no other. Through it all, they have been extremely impressive, working hard on their internship searches and engaging in all components of the intern program. Like others across the country, many students had their initial plans in DC canceled. Our PSIP students persisted and applied for remote internships.
[Internship/Job Info For #UMichStudents] Drop-in Labs • FREE Headshot Photos For Your UCAN/LinkedIn Profile
Get help with your resume during our Resume Labs so that you can stand out from other applicants.
Or drop in during one of our Internship Labs to figure out what you could be doing differently to improve your odds of landing an internship.
If you're graduating soon and you're looking for a full-time position, we also have 60-minute Job Search Labs that you can take advantage of.
[Internship/Job Info For #UMichStudents] Practice Interviewing With Us Before Your Interview • Keep Up With Industry-Specific Internship And Job Openings
It's natural to wonder how you'll do during an interview.
So consider this a reminder that you can practice with us before your real interview.
Nowadays, interviews are done in person, over the phone, via video chat, or with a computer (i.e., no interviewer ⏤ just preselected questions that you record your video response to).
Setting aside time to figure out your next steps can be hard when you have class, projects, work, and other time commitments.
But we've heard over and over again that students really wish they would have set aside time to talk to one of our career coaches so that they would have known what to do sooner.
That's why we made phone and video-chat appointments available, in addition to face-to-face appointments.
If you want to find internship/job postings but you're not sure where to look then you should try using Handshake.
Campus recruiters that want to hire Michigan students often list positions on Handshake, Symplicity, or both.
If recruiters have positions that are open to all Michigan students, regardless of major, then they'll usually post those on Handshake.