Donna Lasinski for State Representative

Remote Summer Internship Program
Representative Donna Lasinski is a Democrat running for re-election to her third term in the Michigan House of
Representatives. She represents the 52nd House District in northern and western Washtenaw County.
Representative Lasinski also serves as the MI House Dems Campaigns Chair, leading the charge to recruit
and support great candidates and win a Democratic majority in the State House this November.
She has a proven record of success working to strengthen our public education system, protect our natural
resources, support a woman’s right to choose, and promote equality for all Michiganders. You can find more
information at
Internship responsibilities may include:
● Planning and executing remote fundraisers and volunteer events
● Calling voters and other remote forms of direct voter contact
● Preparing research on prospective donors and managing candidate call time
● Recruiting and training new volunteers
● Creating social media and communications content
● Helping Representative Lasinski secure key endorsements by completing policy-based questionnaires
and preparing memos and talking points for her endorsement interviews
Internship qualifications include:
● Excellent interpersonal and communications skills
● Dependability, flexibility and ability to be self directed in accomplishing work goals
● Ability to manage tasks simultaneously and adapt to changing needs of the campaign
● Commitment to the values and ideals of the campaign
Location: This is a remote internship. If the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” restrictions change before the end of the
internship there may be opportunities to work in an office in downtown Ann Arbor (walking distance from the
University of Michigan campus) or to attend events in the district.
Compensation: Primarily unpaid with school credit available, although interns who commit to more time may
be eligible for a monthly stipend.
Duration: Internships start on a rolling basis and go through August, with the opportunity to extend to Election
Day, November 3rd.
To apply: Please send your resume with the following information to

  • Have you had any work, intern or volunteer experience in politics, advocacy or organizing? Experience
    not required.
  • Have you ever knocked doors, phone banked, fundraised or planned events? Experience not required.
  • What is your availability and how many hours are you able to commit to weekly?
  • When will you be able to begin?
  • What other information would you like us to know about your experience, skills or interest?
    Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

SI 315, Media: Others and Self

Learn how social media experiences impact your psychological, cognitive, social, and emotional processes! Grounded in theory, this course will offer a lens through which you can interpret and analyze the intersection of social media practices and interpersonal relationships. 

Course Information:

SI 315: Media: Others & Self (class #25382)

3 Credit Hours

Mondays & Wednesdays from 5:30-7:00pm

Course Description:

Interpersonal and Psychological Implications of Social Media — This course provides students with a strong theoretical foundation for approaching the ways in which new social media platforms can shape how interpersonal relationships are initiated, maintained, and developed as well as the implications of these tools for psychological processes.

If you have questions about this course, please feel free to follow-up with the course instructor, Dr. Oliver Haimson ( 

Alum Connections: Amy Ostrowski

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Virtual Event

Amy Ostrowski, Senior People Development Associate at Uber Freight

Since graduating from U-M, Amy Ostrowski (Communication and Media Studies ‘10) has built a career becoming a people developer. Her love for art history led her to explore related internships during her time as a student, but her enthusiasm for people was fostered through her 6-year career with Google. Amy holds a Master’s Degree in Human Resources and Organizational Development at Eastern Michigan University, and has been with Uber Freight for almost two years. She is also the Co-Chair of Women of Uber Freight, a global culture committee focused on promoting and advancing women in logistics and technology. Join Amy for a conversation about cultivating professional passion, and continuously pursuing growth and development.

You should attend this workshop if you are:
A liberal arts and/or sciences student
Interested in a career human resources, specifically training and development
Looking for alum insights into pursuing a Master’s degree in Human Resources

What you’ll gain by attending:
Get an introduction to pursuing a career in training and development within the Human Resources field
Gain an understanding of how your LSA experience is a lifelong investment in personal and professional growth
Get advice on how to choose internships and experiences that will help you develop your aspirations and professional identity

RSVP now to reserve your spot. By signing up, you will receive an email with details on how to join this virtual workshop the morning of the session.

Please be advised that this virtual event will be recorded and may be published later at future date through LSA Opportunity Hub’s media channels. If you’d prefer not to be recorded, please make sure to mute your video at the start of the event. If you have any concerns or questions, please reach out to us at

Alum Connections: Lauren Glick

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Fashion Freelancer, Lauren Glick
As an enthusiastic liberal arts student, Lauren (Communication and Media, ‘89) knew early on of her interest in writing and working in fashion. Through internships at ALLURE and SELF magazines, her position as Director of Retail and Advertising for Polo Jeans Company, to freelancing for VOGUE, Lauren has a deep knowledge of the fashion and lifestyle world. Join Lauren for a conversation about pursuing work that is both viable and a passion point, and gain real-life insights into an elusive industry.

You should attend this workshop if you are:
A liberal arts and/or sciences student
Hoping to understand how to get your foot in the door at a major publication in the fashion industry
Interested in exploring journalism, retail, marketing, and sales

What you’ll gain by attending:
Hear about this LSA alum’s experience writing for a variety of fashion and lifestyle publications
Adopt strategies to manage uncertainty and experiencing job rejection
Ask questions about getting into this line of work with an industry expert

RSVP now to reserve your spot. By signing up, you will receive an email with details on how to join this virtual workshop the morning of the session.

Please be advised that this virtual event will be recorded and may be published later at future date through LSA Opportunity Hub’s media channels. If you’d prefer not to be recorded, please make sure to mute your video at the start of the event. If you have any concerns or questions, please reach out to us at

Volunteer to Facilitate a *Virtual* ELI Conversation Circle for Summer 2020

The English Language Institute’s long-running Conversation Circles program is going virtual this summer in order to create connections among international students and scholars at U-M, beat the isolation, and boost morale during this difficult time. Each circle consists of up to six participants and is led by a volunteer facilitator. Participants meet via an online platform to talk about any topic of interest, play games, and share pictures and videos. 

No previous experience is necessary. All facilitators will receive an orientation to the program and training on how to facilitate conversation circles virtually.

To be a facilitator, you should:

  • Be a current U-M student, faculty, or staff member
  • Be a fluent speaker of English who is very knowledgeable about U.S. culture
  • Commit to volunteering 1 hour per week for six weeks
  • Attend a one-hour orientation session if you are a first-time facilitator

This is an opportunity to support our community and be part of the U-M family while apart. You can provide a valuable space for U-M international students and scholars to stay connected during this time of loneliness and uncertainty.

Facilitating a virtual conversation circle gives you a chance to meet new people from around the world at the time of sparse in-person communication, learn about other cultures, and share their own interests and experiences. 

Summer 2020 Conversation Circles run for six weeks:

June 29th – August 9th

Facilitator registration is open:

June 8th – June 18th

Click HERE for more information, and to sign up to facilitate.

If you know any international students (or are an international student!) who would like to join a Conversation Circle as a participant, you can learn more HERE.

– The English Language Institute

Job Vacancy at MacDonald Broadcasting-Lansing

Position: Account Executive
Company: MacDonald Broadcasting Company
Job Type: fulltime
Compensation:  / year

Job Description:
The Account Executive position at MacDonald Broadcasting company is a full time outside sales position selling radio advertisement to local business owners and their advertising agencies.Our sales professionals earn above average incomes and receive a very attractive benefits package. Our sales approach to the marketplace is based on spending quality time with local business owners to discover their customer needs, negotiate realistic expectations and crafting effective solutions capable of meeting or exceeding expectations. You will work in a highly charged performance driven environment where your financial success will be determined by your proactive pursuit of the market and rewarded by one of the best compensation plans in our industry. Media sales represents an excellent career opportunity for the right individual.

Medical, dental, vision, 401K

Education Required:
High School Diploma or equivalent

Experience Required:
2 years outside sales experience preferred, but not required.

Other Requirements:

Date Available: Immediately

Contact Info:
Angie Martin
Instructions: Email resume to:

Bit Project!

Bit Project (, a nationwide, open source, fully remote student initiative making developer education more accessible to prepare students to enter the competitive tech industry.  

Regardless of your major or experience level, we have opportunities for everyone in developer relations, marketing, human resources, technical writing, design and much more. We work with leading companies like MongoDB, Twitter, and Postman to develop curriculum on a broad range of topics in technology, computer science, and data science. We’d love for you to join us. We are looking for ambitious and driven students eager to gain real-world experience and to help make Bit Project’s goals a reality.

We strongly encourage you to apply to join our team; use the link below to apply!


For further information about our open positions or the organization, check out the flyer attached below and visit our website at

We hope you join us on our journey to empower leaders across the country to build and strengthen technical communities everywhere.

Science Communication: Strategies for Public Engagement

Registration is open for Summer 2020
Open to Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors
Monday and Wednesday:  2:00 – 4:00 PM

This course takes a structured look at strategies for engaging diverse audiences to improve science communication to academic and non-academic communities, and to build scientific literacy and motivation for lifelong learning among members of the public.

Topics will include K-12 school programs, hands-on opportunities, visual and oral presentations, exhibits, immersive theater, podcasting, graphic elements, and online options. The course will also look at some common resources and financial support for program development associated with academic research. Curriculum will prepare students to design, produce, and showcase projects that highlight their own field of study through multiple media. U-M Museum of Natural History public engagement professionals teach this course, and student projects may be used in U-M Museum of Natural History online programming.

This course doesn’t count toward comm and media requirements.