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Michigan Branch of the Telluride Association, a residential scholarship house located at 1735 Washtenaw Avenue is currently accepting applications for residence starting fall 2021!
The scholarship covers housing and meals for up to five years. It’s a great fit for anyone interested in service, self-governance, and community, and we accept students from all fields of study, undergraduate and graduate. Note that while we are hoping for an in-person experience in fall 2021, we are also prepared for the possibility of a virtual experience and funding will be available to admitted students if residence in the House is not possible.
To learn more about our community and to access our online application, please visit our website here. If you have any questions about house life or the application process, feel free to reach out to Ariel, a current student here at U-M in the College of Engineering at email@example.com or to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our application deadline is February 13th 2021, and final decisions will be made in March and April.
EntryPoint is looking for an intern with great attention to detail.
What We Do:Check out some of our work here! EntryPoint partners with organizations to deliver comprehensive research insights and implement effective data-driven programs that promote entrepreneurship across the Midwest. Specifically, our activities involve:
Analyzing startup and small businesses trends (e.g. capital availability, demographics, sectors, stages) and packaging our research in an accessible way. Our reports are designed to include both comprehensible messaging and graphics that aid in data visualization so that they are easily accessible to a broad range of constituents.
Directing and promoting entrepreneurial events to facilitate meaningful connections, such as pitch competitions, educational programs, networking events, and panels.
Advising on strategy and structure of programs as well as developing initiatives for organizations to efficiently direct grant and investment dollars to better support entrepreneurs.
Candidates must be passionate about entrepreneurship as they will be assisting in telling the stories of the Midwest entrepreneurial ecosystem on traditional and digital platforms. This is a part-time, remote position. The successful candidate must be able and willing to work independently, take initiative, solve problems, and identify ways they can be helpful to the EntryPoint team.
The successful candidate will:
Support the EntryPoint team in developing comprehensive research reports – specifically, research to help startups and small businesses, as well as organizations who are creating programs to support these businesses.
David Treatman Creative, an entertainment company based in New York and Philadelphia committed to developing new stories for the stage, screen, and beyond is seeking candidates for a remote internship this spring 2021 semester in communications, research, and graphic design.
The position is unpaid, but this internship is a great opportunity to learn more about the entertainment industry through special guest talks and working directly on television, film, podcast, and stage productions.
In partnership with University of Michigan and WayUp, currently there are awesome opportunity for rising juniors or seniors at the University of Michigan. Anthem, a leading health benefits company dedicated to improving lives and communities, and making healthcare simpler, is looking to have students from University of Michigan intern with them.
The Detroit Housing Commission (DHC) is Detroit’s local public housing authority. DHC is a public agency whose mission is to effectively and efficiently develop, manage, and preserve quality affordable housing. Learn more at dhcmi.org.
Each student will have one core, discrete project for one semester, with the opportunity to complete more tasks as available from their supervisor.
Each student will have one dedicated DHC staff member with whom the student can speak with at least once per week.
Interns will have one cohort-wide meeting once a month to debrief and identify opportunities for the agency to improve. The DHC facilitator would step out for a few minutes to let the interns be open with each other before reentering.
The intern will have an interim interview to cover project progress and hear ideas
The intern will produce a final project-specific deliverable as well a memo reflecting on their experience with the agency and how it can function better.
DHC and the intern will have an exit survey/interview to gather details on how DHC can become a better agency and improve the internship experience.
Undergraduate or graduate students
Computer with webcam, microphone, and high-speed internet access
Zoom account and Microsoft Office subscription
Send a cover letter and resume to Patrick Braga (Development Project Manager, BragaP@dhcmi.org) by November 30, 2020
Eight Internship Positions
Web design internship
Deliverable: New and more attractive agency website, including instructions for how DHC staff can update and edit content
Desired experience: Coursework in information science, computer science, or other demonstrated experience in web design
– 4. (Three interns) Business processes internships: Voucher Operations,Procurement, and Utility Billing Processes
Deliverable: Business and operations/process analysis and plan to streamline the section 8 housing voucher program and DHC’s procurement processes. For utility billing, the goal is to create a schedule, process diagram, or system of checklists for finance department staff to streamline utility account lookup and payment, which will support DHC’s transition to digital bill payments.
Desired experience and interests: Business administration, operations management, government, public policy, sociology, social work; for the utility billing: accounting, business administration
Affordable housing development internship
Deliverable: The intern will collaborate with DHC staff to identify and pitch a potential development project in Detroit that DHC could pursue. The intern will learn and apply principles of affordable and low-income housing development and finance, property acquisition, site planning and urban design, and local and federal programs that subsidize housing units.
Desired experience and interests: Urban planning, real estate, government, architecture, public policy, sociology, social work, and other relevant social sciences or design disciplines
Asset management and business systems internship
Deliverable: Business and operations/process analysis and plan for asset management processes, such as:
tenant selection and intake,
work order processes and maintenance delivery,
preventive maintenance and emergency work orders,
rent collection processing,
eviction prevention, and
other operating procedures for maintenance and management, with a focus on residents’ social concerns.
Desired experience and interests: business or public administration, public policy, real estate, sociology, social work, operations management/engineering
Communications/Public Relations internship
Deliverables: Branding, marketing, and public relations analysis and strategy; document templates for internal and external reports
Desired experience and interests: Marketing, graphic design, business administration, communications
Organizational behavior and management internship
Deliverable: Strategy for agency-wide goal alignment, internal communication, and operational cohesiveness, propose strategies to implement/pilot/try out for different departments to become more aligned
Desired experience and interests: Business administration, operations management/engineering, industrial organization, human resources, government, public policy, sociology, social work
We are launching Come On Out – Japan’s 6th Annual Global English Camp Summer Internship Program and extending our invitation to top Universities and Japanese high school students for a cross-cultural learning experience. Learn more at an info session this Friday, November 20 (10 AM PST Session & 6 PM PST Session), or at future events – to be released via our newsletter.
We are currently seeking university students and recent graduates with native level English skills who are passionate about Japanese culture, gaining global experience, and mentoring others. They will be offered the opportunity to come to Japan for five weeks from mid-July to late August, 2021. Although this is an unpaid internship, the sponsor is providing certain expenses for each intern who participates in the six-week program. Airfare, lodging, meal and transportation subsidies will be provided. The program also offers optional Japanese language classes, field trips and an overnight trip. These additional opportunities are all designed to add cultural enrichment to your summer abroad experience.
This program is vastly different from any other traditional teaching position in Japan. Interns will facilitate English conversations with Japanese high school students on a variety of relevant global topics ranging from discussing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to their personal life missions. Interns will be able to extend mentorship to new students each week as well as form lifelong connections with their fellow interns inside and outside the classroom.
We do not have any Japanese fluency requirements. Come On Out – Japan accepts undergraduates, graduates and recently graduated students as well.
Applications are now open atwww.comeonoutjapan.com! If you have additional questions regarding the program, please contact Come on Out – Japan directly at email@example.com or via the inquiry tab on our website. For more specific information, please check out the following important links.