University Career Center

You can’t do it alone! The job/internship search is hard work and developing your professional community is key to a complete search. Your professional community expands your knowledge of career fields, the job/ internship process, and helps you tap into the hidden job market. Everyone belongs to communities: some informal like family, friends, UM groups; others more formal like internships and summer job employers.

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Career Assessment Tools

We are often asked, “Is there a ‘test’ I can take to help me figure out what career best suits me?” The University Career Center offers a variety of career assessment tests to meet your needs. We have individual career counseling sessions for your style and interests. Talk with a career coach during advising hours or contact the Information Desk (734-764-7460) to arrange your career assessment.

 




PSIP Pivots to Virtual Internships for 51st Cohort

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.



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