Apply yourself for 6-12 weeks
The summer internship must be a minimum of 20 hours per week
Gain practical experience with any type of organization or sector
Work within or outside of the United States
Compensated or uncompensated opportunities qualify
Experience what it's like to run a startup by working with early-stage businesses based in Ann Arbor.
Develop your entrepreneurial skills by leading a project for a startup company looking to reach the next stage in their business development. The Zell Lurie Institute offers funding support for traditional, student-initiated, and self-hosted internships.
Connect with nonprofits and organizations focused on solving societal challenges like poverty, infrastructure, and pollution. Stipends are available for successful applicants.
Get a global business perspective and work with organizations based in emerging markets. Funding support is available for both student-initiated internships and internships coordinated by the William Davidson Institute.
Tackle a highly-visible, operations-related challenge for a major corporation alongside fellow MBAs and engineering students. This is a paid, for-credit course available to students enrolled in the Tauber Institute program.
Find ways to help the city of Detroit preserve recent health, human, and environmental gains as part of the Erb Corps, available to MBAs completing a dual degree with the Erb Institute.
Work with Faculty
Through research assistantships, students can find opportunities to work directly with a faculty member whose research aligns with their career interests. Our Career Development Office works with faculty to post summer opportunities throughout the year.