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Handshake is a powerful online career services platform connecting GVSU students & alumni to top employers and resources! For more internship opportunities you can visit Handshake through the Career Center.
Search key words like resource management, science, health, medical, dental, engineering, technology, etc.
This page will bring you just a small amount of what opportunities are available for you. Research Opportunities can also be found in the Student Opportunity Center database on the Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship. website. For questions or help in preparing materials for research please contact their office at (616) 331-8100 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Click https://www.gvsu.edu/careers/internship-credit-57.htm to learn how you can get the credits you need for your internship. Stop into the Career Center (206 STU) or TRiO SSS (200 STU) for any additional questions.
Current Available Internship Positions
Undergradute Research Fair
Tuesday, October 5, 2021 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
The twelfth annual Undergraduate Research Fair will take place Tuesday, October 5, 2021, from 5 p.m to 7 p.m. in 2250 Kirkhof Center (Grand River Room).
At the event, students have the opportunity to get information about participating in research and creative projects directly from faculty and staff.
Participating in research and creative projects at GVSU can expand students' academic experience and provide students with another way to look at the world.
Research is a process of careful inquiry leading to the discovery of new information. Research is not limited to certain majors, but occurs in all disciplines.
The Undergraduate Research Fair is sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship.
Food will also be provided.
For more information, please visit: Undergraduate Research Fair
Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship
VITA Tax Preparation Volunteer (NJ) at International Rescue Committee
for job 5895610
International Rescue Committee - Elizabeth, NJ
Youth ESL Volunteer Teacher at International Rescue Committee
for job 5895573
International Rescue Committee - New York
Summer 2022 In-Person Intern, CNN Creative Services
for job 5894755
Additional Internship Opportunities
DTE Co-op Program Opportunity
The Co-op Program offers students challenging assignments, competitive pay, and the chance to work with leaders in their fields. Current undergraduate and graduate students are eligible and typically work two or three semesters at DTE prior to graduation.
Degrees typically hired by DTE for the Co-op program include, but are not limited to: Engineering (all types), Science (all types), English, IT Related, Communications, Forestry, Business Admin/Mgt, Accounting/Finance, Math/Stats, Meteorology, Forestry, GIS, Geography, Construction Mgt, Media Arts related, Human Resources, Marketing, Economics, Undeclared Majors, etc.
If you are interested in learning more about DTE please email Tanisha Kuykendall @email@example.com
The Business Exchange is excited to provide challenging and rewarding internship opportunities for students. Interns typically work 24 hours per week during the Fall and Spring semesters and 16-20 hours per week during the Summer semester. The organization is excited to offer both paid and unpaid internship opportunities.
For additional information please contact Kimberly Le at firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Administration and Project Management Assistant - Interns (2)
Ready to further your learning in a classroom to working in a career field job? Amway is the perfect company to help you with leading you on the path to success. Click the link below to gather more information about internships and job opportunities.
Wyoming Department of Public Safety
Police Internship Opportunities
Go to www.wyomingmi.gov, click on About Wyoming and go to Public Safety-Police, then scroll down to job opportunities/internships for instructions for the students. Click on application to get the information sheet that is needed to be submitted with their resume and cover letter. An interview process will be determined related to the number of candidates that apply.
Internship Contact Information:
Sgt. Brian Look
Provide a letter from your school's internship director stating that this internship is a required part of your degree program, and the total hours required by the school for successful completion.
Complete an Intern Information Sheet and submit it with a cover letter and resume.
Will be required to pass a background check and sign a waiver of liability.
Dress Code: Business Casual to Business Dress.
Must schedule all contact time with the Departments Internship coordinator. The intern must be able to work on various days and hours.
Must submit for review any papers written based on the internship experience to the Department’s Internship coordinator.
Must supply the Department with one report on the internship experience. This report shall be no less than five type-written pages, double spaced, and can be a copy of one that is submitted to the School.
Must not enter any private residence during the course of the internship.