The National Center for Institutional Diversity is offering a paid internship for current undergraduate or graduate students. This internship involves working directly with the communications team to provide creative and technical expertise in graphic design, photography and video production.
The Comprehensive Studies Program’s (CSP) 2017 Summer Bridge Scholars Program (SBSP) is looking for some highly qualified students to serve as Course Assistants (CAs) in this year’s program. Course Assistants function as tutors for individual sections of Sweetland Writing Center (SWC) 100, English 125, Mathematics 103 and Mathematics 104. Any student interested in this position should have a 2.5 or better overall GPA and a 3.00 or better GPA in English or Mathematics courses (depending on the CA position for which you’re applying).
SAGA Innovations is a program in under performing school districts of New York City and Chicago helping students reach new academic achievement through a high-dosage tutoring model. SAGA offers a fellowship for recent college graduates, in which the fellow works with two students for one class period per day for an entire school year.
To promote Diversity in Health -Related Research, the BRAIN Initiative (Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies) is seeking individuals ranging from high school students through postdoctoral fellows who are members of underrepresented racial and ethnic groups. Participation is supported at various levels:
Undergraduate Students may participate in a research project during the summer months and/or the academic year. The student may be affiliated with either the applicant institution or another academic institution.
The Center for Educational Outreach (CEO) is part of the University's initiative to improve educational opportunities and provide academic support for the K-12 population in the state of Michigan.