Applications Now Open
A2EF Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Internship Program
Paid internship opportunities with 14 leading startup companies and venture capital firms
Are you interested in gaining entrepreneurial experience while in school? Would you like to work for a startup company or venture capital firm?
We invite you to APPLY for a part-time, paid internship where you will have the chance to interview and work for one of 14 leading startup companies and venture capital firms in Washtenaw County. These local leaders share a commitment to strengthening our community with a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion. One of the ways they are doing this is by offering opportunities to underrepresented students. Startup leaders will also participate in DE&I training and ongoing conversations with local experts to better improve their internal and external processes and impact.
Who Should Apply?
To apply, you must meet the following eligibility requirements:
- Open to individuals of color, individuals from underrepresented groups or PELL Grant eligible students
- Students must be 18 years old by the start of the internship employment (February 1, 2021)
- Currently enrolled and in good standing with a Washtenaw County or surrounding area college/university
- Reside in Washtenaw County or the surrounding area
- Commitment to showing up for remote work (working and available during the agreed upon days/hours with employer virtually) and participating in peer groups and mentorship through the full duration of the program (2-6 months* varies by company)
- Provide 1 letter of recommendation
- Answer the questions: Why are you interested in working for a startup company or venture capital investment firm? What do you hope to achieve by participating in this internship program? (no more than 300 words)
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 a webinar today, Friday Oct 23 @ 9 PM EST or at future webinars – 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 at www.comeonoutjapan.com! If you have additional questions regarding the program, please contact Come on Out – Japan directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the inquiry tab on our website. For more specific information, please check out the following important links.
Our Newsletter – the best way to stay informed (including upcoming GEC virtual info sessions)
Free Webinar / Info Session with a 3-year GEC Alumni (Friday Oct 23 @ 9 PM EST)
DCERP is a social justice focused fellowship program run by the University of Michigan Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program. In summer 2021, DCERP students will work full-time on research projects directed by Detroit nonprofits that focus on community priorities such as environmental health, food security, youth development, human rights, health equity and more!
- Work full-time for nine weeks (315 hours) on a community-driven research project for a non-profit organization in Detroit
- Form a learning community of aspiring change agents that will get to collaborate with each other
- Participate in weekly seminars about current topics affecting Detroit and the region
- Blog about their experiences living and working in Detroit
- Gain critical background knowledge on the history and impact of social justice in Detroit
- Receive a $2,500 to 3,500 stipend award (amount based on financial need)
- Live in dormitory housing in midtown Detroit* (*pending U-M guidelines next summer)
Program dates: May 29, 2021- July 31, 2021
Application deadline: Dec. 4, 2020 (priority deadline), Jan 18, 2021 (regular deadline)
The Texas Tribune — a nonprofit, nonpartisan digital news organization that reports on and for Texas and Texans — offers paid fellowships to college students. Fellows play key roles in the most important work of The Texas Tribune, covering everything from the biennial legislative sessions to elections to the impact of the coronavirus on the state.
The following positions are available for 2021: data visuals, engagement, engineering, events, marketing and communications, multimedia, photography, reporting (Austin) and reporting (Washington, D.C.)
The positions are part time in the spring and fall, and full time in the summer. They are typically based in our Austin newsroom, except for the Washington, D.C., reporting fellowship. All our teams are currently working remotely; we do not yet know whether fellowships in 2021 will be remote.
Recent graduates are eligible for the summer program, but spring and fall fellows must be enrolled undergraduate or graduate students while they work at the Tribune.
The deadline for the spring 2021 program is Oct. 2. The deadline for the summer 2021 program is Oct. 30. You may apply for more than one position.
For general questions about the fellowship program, please contact Managing Editor Corrie MacLaggan, email@example.com. We do not accept applications by email. See below for information about each fellowship.
Here are some examples of the amazing work being done by our fellows this year on topics like coronavirus and elections.
50 Years after the U-M Sex Bias Complaint: An Honors Alumna Looks Back at the “Conquering Heroines”
In 1970, as Michigan prepared to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the admission of women, women faculty at U.S. colleges were exempted from the protections of the major civil rights laws and the U-M admissions office was enforcing a 55:45 quota on male-female admissions to ensure that there would not be an “overbalance” of women in the freshman class. But a small group of Ann Arbor women developed a strategy to unleash the power of the federal government to demand change at U-M by threatening to withhold millions of dollars in federal contracts. The settlement provided the model for resolving similar complaints at dozens of other universities in the years immediately before the passage of Title IX. Sara Fitzgerald, then an Honors history major, covered the controversy for The Michigan Daily, and a half-century later, reflects on how that time on campus shaped her own career aspirations and writing interests.
Author of “Conquering Heroines”, and Honors alumna, Sara Fitzgerald is a former editor and new-media developer for the Washington Post and was the first woman to serve as editor-in-chief of the Michigan Daily. She is the author of Elly Peterson: “Mother” of the Moderates (University of Michigan Press, 2012) and The Poet’s Girl (Thought Catalog Books, 2020). www.sarafitzgerald.com
Register on Sessions to attend this virtual seminar
Monday, October 12 at 2:00p