For Community Members
Connect with Students
The GVSU Career Center offers a fast, easy, and free way to post an internship/co-op to all GVSU students.
- Click here to connect with an internship coordinator from a specific college/department
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS)
- Anthropology Internships - connect with students and offer real world experience in research libraries, museums, community organizations, government agencies, and other cultural institution.
- School of Communication Internships - for information on how to become a potential internship location for students pursuing studies in advertising and public relations, communication studies, film and video production, health communications, multimedia journalism, photography, and theatre.
- Political Science Internships - to sponsor an internship please contact email@example.com with information pertaining to the specific opportunity.
College of Community and Public Service
- Hospitality and Tourism Management - complete the electronic form to provide information on an internship opportunity for students.
Padnos College of Engineering and Computing
- Engineering Co-Op - find information regarding Co-op agreement and plan forms, key employer dates/activities, expectations/requirements, and additional resources here.
- CIS Internship - for questions or information on how to participate in the internship program.
- OSH Internship - if you are interested in hosting a GVSU OSHM intern at your site follow instructions here.
Connect with Faculty Members
Find a GVSU Faculty member to partner with by connecting with the Center for Scholarly and Creative Excellence.
- The GVSU Career Center offers a fast, easy, and free way to post an internship/co-op to all GVSU students
- The Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy serves nonprofits, foundations, and others seeking to transform their communities for the public good with the use of professional development services, courses and trainings, and philanthropic tools.
- Kutsche Office of Local History offers ongoing community programs and initiatives that are integrated with the GVSU community and surrounding West Michigan community.
- Modern Languages and Literatures offers resources on Outreach Information and Translation services.
- Multicultural Affairs provides a vast list of organizations in the community that aim to promote diversity and provide opportunities for community involvement and/or networking.
- The Richard M. and Helen DeVos Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation offers support to the entrepreneurial community in West Michigan. Services provided include consulting, research, and funding opportunities.
- West MI Community Sustainability Partnership is made up of several regional partnerships, coalitions, and committees who are committed to develop sustainable neighborhoods and communities.
- The GVSU Procurement Services is able to provide resources for those looking to partner in business with GVSU.
- The Seidman College of Business provides Seidman Outreach Centers to provide informational and educational services to the business community in the region and the state of Michigan.
- Connect with GVSU Admissions to learn more about how to become a Laker and to explore the many programs we offer.
Still can't find what you're looking for?
Speak with someone directly about questions, comments, or concerns in connecting with GVSU students, faculty, or staff members. Reach out via phone or email to either of the individuals below to get your process started!
Director for Civic Learning and Community Engagement
(616) 331- 2400
Community Engagement Graduate Assistant
(616) 331- 8971
Contact a member of the College Engagement Liaisons Committee
Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies - Kristin Moretto
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences - Donovan Anderson
College of Health Professions - Julie Hall
Kirkhof College of Nursing - Trisha Thomas
Seidman College of Business - Paul Isley
College of Education - John Shinsky
Padnos College of Engineering and Computing - Michelle Lindale
College of Community and Public Service - Paul Stansbie
The Graduate School - Mark Luttenton