When you tell the staff to look like they’re working. 📷 We’re hiring more people who have this much fun engaging students and alumni. Check the link in bio to learn about our openings. ☝🏾
Keep your cool during finals with free ice cream. We’re handing out popsicles and ice cream sandwiches today on the Diag from noon to 2 p.m. (While supplies last!)
Every day, Grace Uhl walks by Venice’s waterways, darting through throngs of tourists, to make it into the @guggenheim_venice galleries for her internship. (“One of the most important skills I’ve learned here is how to navigate through a crowd!” she says.) Once inside, Uhl strolls by a sculpture by Constantin Brancusi and painting by Jackson Pollock and thinks back to her art history classes at Michigan. “We talked about all of these works that I’m now seeing and hanging out with in the galleries,” she said. A junior majoring in history of art and international studies, Uhl’s collections internship at the Guggenheim’s Italian outpost has only reinforced her desire to work in the art world (and allowed her to perfect her Italian). There, she gives tours, leads kids programs, and guards the galleries. The @umichlsahub provided support from start to finish, sourcing the internship, reviewing her application, and helping her find funding through the Samo Alajbegovic Fellowship. . . . . #LSAintern
Some new faces to become familiar with this fall: DeMario Bell, the Hub’s information services coordinator, as well as coaches Colleen Towler and Zanib Sareini. “My overall hope for students coming to visit us in ‘18/19 is that the Hub becomes a place where all things come together for them, and that they feel really cared about as individuals,” Bell said.
The view from up here—check out our progress since last year. The new LSA Building addition debuts in early 2020!
Get a head start on your ‘18/19 goal planning. Drop in anytime Monday through Thursday, 9 to 11:45 a.m. or 1 to 4 p.m., to talk to an LSA Opportunity Hub coach. Find us in Suite 2113, LSA Building.
This week's #FlashInternship was spent connecting with some incredible @uofmichigan alums and experiencing the exciting world of Sports Media. It's been an immersive few days for our 12 Flash Interns, and today, they put all that they learned to work in our first ever LIVE sports broadcast! By the time we finished, everybody had drastically improved from getting that hands-on experience, which was absolutely invaluable. - Zane Harding, @umichlsa Junior Thank you to all of our decorated and generous @michiganalumni in the New York & Connecticut area for showing us the ropes and making it all possible! Go Blue! 〽️🗽
It's a beautiful night for baseball! Our Sports Media Flash Interns have had a busy couple of days connecting with our @michiganalumni and immersing themselves in the industry, but tonight, we're just hanging out as fans at New Britain Stadium, wrapping up Day 2 with a little @newbritainbees baseball before tomorrow's live #FlashIntern broadcast of a high school softball game ⚾️ #StayTuned
There's a lot more to broadcasts than what appears on screen! Our 12 Sports Media Flash Interns were at Ross Mobile Productions this afternoon getting some hands-on experience with all the professional equipment. When tech works well with production, that's when innovation happens. - Mitch Rubenstein, President and Executive Producer of Ross Mobile Productions, and @umichlsa Class of 1992 〽️🎥 #flashinternship