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Apr 26 / Carissa Bell

Internship Alert: Wayne State University Communications Student

Position Information

Up to 20 hours/week, between 8:30am – 5:00pm, Monday – Friday, flexible
2017 Spring semester
Assist the Project Management Office (PMO) with supporting PMO activities to include developing communication materials and methods to engage target/stakeholder audiences, benchmarking, survey design, and report analysis and development. Work under the guidance of and in close association with the Sr. Director and partner with work group project leads to advance the project goals. Facilitate focus group sessions. Create and maintain project documentation, plans and reports. Handling scheduling logistics. Attend meetings, follows-up and ensures proper dissemination of materials. Other related duties as required.

Must be a Graduate level student pursuing Master’s degree in Communications, Marketing, Public Relations or related field with a 3.0 GPA. Strong written & oral communication skills. Ability to maintain confidentiality and prioritize work. Experience in writing reports/newsletters, preparing promotional materials and facilitating focus group sessions. Strong computer literacy (Internet, E-mail, SPSS, Microsoft Office Applications, Databases & Adobe Photoshop). Ability to problem solve and organize with attention to detail. Ability to set priorities and meet deadlines. Professional office etiquette. Strong people skills; approachable demeanor.
Email Resume & 2017 Spring/Summer class schedules to:

On subject line of email indicate: Applying for College Work Study – Communication Student Intern position

Due to high volume of applicants, please NO CALLS OR WALK INS. Those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Apr 25 / Carissa Bell

Milano Bakery & Cafe: Front-Counter Help

Milano Bakery and Cafe opened in May 1975 and is located near Eastern Market in Detroit Michigan. Since then, award-winning pastry chef’s and artisan bakers have been serving both quality interpretations of classic dishes and daring new ventures into the uncharted territories of food.

Front-Counter Help

Days/Hours & Duration of Job:
(Part-Time) Varies
Based upon experience
Employment Start Date: 
  • Greet customers
  • Assist customers by taking and filling orders
  • Ability to use cash register
  • Pep work
  • Maintain cleanliness of the store
  • Timely
  • Reliable vehicle
  • Team player
  • Exceptional customer service
All interested applicants please submit resume by email or in-person to Valentina Dimovski:
Address: 3500 Russell
                Detroit, MI



Apr 21 / Carissa Bell

Hiring: Eastwood Clinics

Apr 21 / Carissa Bell

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles: Hiring Event

Apr 18 / Carissa Bell

550 Fifth Street – Allegan, MI 49010 (269) 673-5431


The Allegan Public Schools’ Board of Education complies with all federal laws and regulations prohibiting the discrimination against, exclusion from participation in, or denial of benefits to any person on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin or
ancestry, age, sex, marital status, or handicap.


POSTING DATE: April 17, 2017 (RE-POST from fall 2016)
POSITION TITLE: High School Math Teacher (Allegan High School)
Position to begin with 2017-18 school year
JOB GOAL(S): The primary job goal of this position is to plan and implement instruction for high school
math classes, as assigned, and to provide input to the Math Department curriculum.


Education: Bachelor’s degree in education from an accredited college or university required.
Certification: Michigan teaching certificate with Math endorsement (EX)
(additional endorsements preferred; possible coaching positions available)
Work Experience: Experience/Coursework in RTI/MTSS preferred, but not required.



Ability to plan and implement high school math curriculum and effectively provide instruction to various levels of high school students
Ability to communicate effectively with students, parents, and staff
Ability to analyze data in order to plan for students in an RTI model
Maintain the philosophy that all children can learn when provided with the appropriate instruction
Ability and willingness to individualize to meet the needs of the students
Ability to work collaboratively with others within a “team consensus” approach
Receptive to feedback and continuously in pursuit of improving classroom effectiveness and achievement of student outcomes
Ability to set and maintain behavioral limits in a consistent manner
Ability to remain objective, calm and neutral when responding to student’s inappropriate behaviors
Ability to “actively listen” to students and relate to them in a positive, supportive and reinforcing manner
REPORTS TO: Building Principal
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: As per Master Agreement and provisions established by the Allegan Public Schools Board of Education
The Allegan Public Schools’ Board of Education complies with all federal laws and regulations prohibiting the discrimination against, exclusion from participation in, or denial of benefits to any person on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin or
ancestry, age, sex, marital status, or handicap.
Effectively participate in educational planning
Select and maintain appropriate instructional programs, materials and supplies for classroom
Demonstrate effective instructional behaviors and techniques
Demonstrate effective behavior management with students
Demonstrate effective classroom management skills
Demonstrate effective leadership and direction to classroom aide and other support staff involved with students
Effectively communicate, consult, and team with parents, staff, agencies, and others
Evaluate and track student progress and program effectiveness
Effectively coordinate with others to establish beneficial mainstream classes
Maintain contact with home regarding student progress and programming
Maintain written student records in classroom file, as required
Complete assigned responsibilities within agreed upon or established time lines.
Adhere to Allegan Public Schools’ policies and procedures
Perform other duties as assigned by the district
APPLICATION DEADLINE: November 29 (Internal)
Until Filled (External)
Interested and qualified candidates should apply online at:
Allegan Public Schools Online Applications
For Questions or More Information, contact: Jim Mallard, Principal Allegan High School
1560 M-40 North
Allegan, MI 49010
(269) 673-7002 (ext. 5512)

Apr 13 / Carissa Bell

Internship Alert: City of Detroit

Campaign Office Intern – Fundraising / Finance


Mike Duggan is committed to restoring Detroit’s neighborhoods and ensuring a brighter future


for every Detroiter. We need your help to rebuild Detroit into the kind of city Detroiters deserve and of which we can all be proud. We are currently seeking applicants to perform duties as a Campaign Office Intern.




  • Attend fundraising events with the Mayor and conduct post-event follow up including data entry and spreadsheet reconciliation. Assist Director of Operations with accounting work. Assist fundraising team with finance events and donor outreach.


  • Contact potential event hosts, research neighborhood events, organize and update event calendar, provide support during events, conduct site visits. This is an unpaid intern.


  • Research varying organizations within each constituency group and creating a list of these groups with key contact names and phone numbers, attend meetings with constituency group leaders and taking notes at meetings for group leaders, attend events organized by outreach team and constituency group leaders, and make phone calls a day before an event to verify all information.

For more information and to apply, please email cover letter and resume to Lindsey Yono at



  • High School graduate and currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate college program


  • Must have a strong interest in politics with relevant coursework or equivalent work experience
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft word, excel and powerpoint


  • Organized and quick learner


  • Integrity within a professional environment


  • Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills


  • Ability to multitask independently and demonstrate sound judgment


  • Strong attention to detail and timing as well as excellence in execution


  • Proven organizational, research and analytical skills


  • Ability to work and contribute in a highly collaborative, team environment


  • Understanding of political and legislative processes



This is an unpaid intern.


Work Hours/Schedule

Part-Time or Full-Time 15-40 hours/week


Duration of Internship

Summer 2017 Internship (April – August) – Variations Available


Application Instructions

Email cover letter and resume to Lindsey Yono at

Apr 12 / Padmaja Rao

Job Opportunities with AdviseMI

AdviseMI AmeriCorps Member Position Description
The Michigan College Access Network (MCAN) in close partnership Michigan colleges and universities,seeks to help more Michigan students pursue post-secondary education.  Recent graduates (Bachelor’s)will serve as AdviseMI AmeriCorps advisers in selected high schools across Michigan, particularly those that are located in communities with low college-going rates and low adult educational attainment rates.  Serving alongside high school counselors and other school professionals, advisers will support students as they make the transition from high school to a post-secondary education institution.Advisers serve full time and focus on advising students, especially those from low-income backgrounds,through the complex steps toward college enrollment.  Advisers will provide students and their families with relevant information regarding the benefits of a post-secondary education, preparing for college attendance, and the admission and financial aid processes.
Advisers will commit to a term of service from July 2017 through June 2018.  Candidates that are not willing to make a commitment to a full year of service with the program should not apply.  This position includes a mandatory residential four-week training session at Michigan State University (East Lansing)beginning July 2017.  All training expenses including room, board and travel are covered by the program.Successful advisers are fully enmeshed in the fabric of the local communities and, as such, Advisers are encouraged to live in the community in which they are placed.  Upon successful completion of the first year commitment, Advisers may be invited to return for an additional year of service with the AdviseMI program if they choose.
Primary Responsibilities:
-Interacting on a daily basis with high school students and families in the assigned high school toprovide relevant information about postsecondary education and the college choice/financial aid
-Encourage each student to consider a broad range of appropriate college choices
Develop a comprehensive college timeline, including application deadlines for admission and financial aid for each student
-Help each student complete and submit admissions and financial aid applications
-Assist each student in interpreting correspondence from colleges, including offers of admission and financial aid
-Organize group events that encourage students and their families to consider, plan for, and apply to colleges and universities
Visit classrooms, assemblies, and club meetings to offer services and emphasize the necessity of post-secondary participation
Partner with local community groups—particularly Local College Access Networks(LCANs)—to provide college access services outside the school setting and hours
Host regular workshops for the families of students to discuss topics relevant to college preparation
-Organize college campus visits and on-site college representative visitsOversee the College Ambassador Program on-site. This is a student organization at the schoolutilizing peer support to foster a college- going culture at the school.-
– Establish productive collegial relationships with principals, school counselors, and teachers in assignedhigh school as well as other community-based college access professionalsAssess, in consultation with MCAN and the high school, the particular assets and needs of theassigned school, and adapt and adopt programs and activities to reinforce existing efforts to
expand the services provided to students and avoid duplicationActively seek the advice and counsel of the on-site supervisor at the assigned high school
– Assist in the assessment and long-term sustainability of the programAssist MCAN to identify, collect, and interpret key progress and outcome data  to evaluate the
effectiveness of AdviseMISubmit monthly progress reports to the program director documenting progress and output dataRepresent AdviseMI, as requested by the program director, to potential supporters and other interested parties
-Build and maintain expertise in admissions and financial-aid advising    Participate fully in a mandatory, four-week residential training session 
*Training will held be at Michigan State University from Sunday, July 9th, 2017 to Friday, August 4th, 2017
-Attend all professional development training sessions provided by AdviseMIIn consultation with the program director, seek out and participate in other opportunities forprofessional development
Applicants must be a United States citizen, a national, or a legal permanent resident and at least 18 yearsof age. Documentation of proof of age and citizenship will be required during the selection process. 
-Bachelor’s degree in any subject area with a 2015, 2016 or 2017 graduation date
– Ability to effectively partner with students, faculty, and staff including those from diverse backgrounds
Previous experience demonstrating strong leadership abilities, influencing others in a positive manner while achieving goals, and effectively communicating ideas and generating support for ideas
-Ability to serve independently and analytically, exercise discretion and good judgment
– Excellent verbal and written communication skills; proficient computer skills
-Ability to manage multiple projects; strong planning and organizational skills
– Willingness to handle complex and detail-oriented tasks and projects
-High energy, creativity, ability to assume responsibility; take initiative and develop new programs
-Successfully pass Federal and State background screening
-Provide documentation of eligibility for service (e.g. birth certificate, passport, transcripts)
-Dependable transportation to get and from your service site
Annual compensation will include: Living allowance ($24,000), post-service education award ($ 5,815)*,health insurance, and childcare coverage to eligible individuals.
*Upon successful completion of the full year of service, members are eligible to receive a SegalAmeriCorps Education Award. The education award may be used to pay educational costs at eligiblepost-secondary educational institutions, to repay qualified student loans. Individuals may only earn theequivalent of two full-time education awards during their lifetime.
Application Process:Priority selection application deadline: February 1st, 2017Priority selection interviews: February 9th and February 15th, 2017Early decision day: March 15th, 2017Final application deadline: April 15th, 2017Spring interviews: March and April 2017
Program start date: July 1st, 2017
Please submit a resume that includes a list of 3 references and their relationship to you, a copy of yourcollege transcripts and a short essay (750 words or less) that answers the questions below.
Essay Questions: 
1. Why are you interested in serving as an AdviseMI college adviser?
2. What will make you an effective adviser?
3. How do you believe this experience will benefit you both personally and professionally?
Please submit these application materials to .
Questions may be directed to AdviseMI program staff at 517.316.1713 or
For More Information about AdviseMI: 
Apr 12 / Carissa Bell

CrossMark: Now Recruiting

Product/Event Demonstrators
Date: 4/20/2017
Time: 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM


Madison Heights Public Library 240 W. 13 Mile Rd, Madison Heights, MI 48071


As a Product/Event Demonstrator, you’ll be responsible for the management of effective, efficient and quality event demos in a single client’s store. You will ensure quality performance and execution by conducting events scheduled by your direct supervisor. In this position, you will ensure maximum flexibility when delivering on diverse needs of the organization. This could include assisting at other stores during peak holiday seasons and Grand Openings, on-weekend and total execution results, and managing event processes, depending on the Client’s specific store requirements.

If you enjoy a diverse work environment, then you may have what it takes to join CROSSMARK as a Product/Event Demonstrator. Part time employees are eligible to participate in 401k, limited medical, dental and vision benefits, and are paid weekly!


Call Nikki Williamson @ 469-814-1704 to setup an interview.
Visit to learn more about this exciting opportunity.

Apr 12 / Carissa Bell

Internship Alert: E-Commerce Developer



E-Commerce Developer Intern at Ackroyd’s Scottish Bakery

Redford, MI (some hours can be performed remotely)


We are a nearly 70 year old, 3rd generation owned and operated Scottish bakery, selling traditional savory pastries, sweet teacakes, and meats, as well as imported groceries and gifts from the United Kingdom.

We serve local and wholesale customers from our Reford retail store, as well as national customers via our online store.

We currently have 10 employees, including 2 owners (who are also operators).  Our employees are an integral part of who we are, and we are constantly striving to create a company culture of recognition and appreciation.



Assist in developing and launch of a customized e-commerce site through Big Commerce

  • Understand the requirements of our online business
  • Select the “best fit” template for customization
  • Build the company store by loading product category, photos, pricing, inventory and suggested product data
  • Ensure management efficiencies are created with properly integrated apps
  • Create a logical and seamless customer experience


Communicate efficiently with the Sales and Marketing Director

  • Offer technical insight and knowledge
  • Be available for discussions and meetings when working remotely


The intern will make a strong and immediate impact on company operations and sales (upon e-store launch).


Skills needed by intern:  Web page design, HTML, CSS, Photoshop (or equivalent)

Retail baking industry knowledge is not required.


Desired degree & academic major: Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering



The intern will report to the Sales and Marketing Director. They will work together closely to make decisions on template design, product details, and integrating various applications with the Big Commerce platform (ex: FedEx/UPS/USPS, Quickbooks, Shopkeep POS, etc). We can only offer limited training on this specific tech-focused project, which is why we are seeking an intern with this knowledge base.



Start & end date of internship: Week of May 15 – August 11 (flexible on start date, but internship will be a full 12 weeks, and begin at the latest, on May 30)

Hourly rate of compenation: $14/hour

Number of hours per week: 35-40 hours/week

Apr 12 / Susan Crowley

City of Inkster Job Opportunity – Seeking a City Planner


The City of Inkster is currently looking for a City Planner.

The details for this full time position can be found
under the news section on the City of Inkster website
or at….

If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply ASAP.

You may submit an application in person or online:

In Person:
Applications can be securely submitted to the City Clerk’s Office at:
26215 Trowbridge
City Hall
Inkster, MI, 48141 (City Hall)


Apr 7 / Carissa Bell

Employment Open House: The Ambassador Bridge

Come to work at North America’s busiest border crossing, The Ambassador Bridge!


Date: April 22, 2017

Time: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Event Location: Holiday Inn, 17201 Northline Rd., Southgate, MI 48195

*Part-time positions available*

Available positions: 

  • Seasonal Maintenance. Landscape/Grass Cutting: $11.00/hr. + 1:00/hr attendance bonus
  • Toll and Traffic Personnel: $11:00/hr + $1.00/hr. attendance awared

The Ammex Duty Store Free Store located on the plaza at The Ambassador Bridge is also hiring!

Available positions: 

  • Sales Associates: $13.00/hr + attendance bonus
  • Beauty Advisors: $13.00/hr + commission
  • Liquor Consultants: $13.00/hr + attendance bonus and commission

To Qualify: 

  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Possess a valid driver’s license
  • Ability to pass a drug screen and background check *FOR ALL POSITIONS*

Application Instructions: Can’t make the Open House? Email resume to: today!




Mar 29 / Carissa Bell

Judicial Service Officer: Macomb County Full-Time Opportunity

Full-time (37.5 hours per week) position. The starting time for this position is currently 8:00 a.m.
$55,040.21-$68,800.27 Annually
Under direction, manages a Friend of the Court caseload; handles in-person, telephone and other inquires from parties and attorneys; reviews and responds to correspondence; enforces support, parenting time, and custody orders; drafts court orders; appears in Court on Show Cause and Bench Warrant hearings; performs related duties as assigned.

A Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice, Psychology, Social Work, Business Administration, Public Administration or a related field from an accredited college or university.
A minimum of three (3) years of experience in a Friend of the Court, domestic relations law, family counseling, or court setting.PREFERRED
A Master Degree in Public Administration, Court Administration, Criminal Justice, Social Work or related field from an accredited college or university; or Juris Doctorate Degree from an American Bar Association accredited college or university is preferred.

Mar 23 / Carissa Bell

ALMMII: Accounting Internship Opportunity





LIFT, operated by ALMMII, a national advanced manufacturing R&D institute, is seeking a part-time (25 hours) Finance/Accounting intern for its Detroit (Corktown) office. This is a paid position and the student will handle a variety of duties and have an opportunity to learn more about non-profit and government accounting.



  • Post journal entries
  • Assist with accounts receivable-process invoices and post cash receipts
  • Process accounts payable
  • Assist with month-end financial reports
  • Prepare, examine and analyze accounting records, financial statements and other financial reports for accuracy, completeness and conformance to reporting standards
  • Other duties as assigned

Functional and Technical Skills

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications, including Excel and Outlook. Familiarity with QuickBooks a plus.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Self-starter with a strong desire to learn
  • Strong organizational and time-management skills
  • high level of integrity, accuracy, confidentiality and dependability


The student must be actively enrolled in an undergraduate program at an accredited local university with a major in Business, Finance, Accounting, along with successful completion of first year accounting.

To apply: 

Forward all resumes to

Mar 23 / Carissa Bell

VIP Invitation: Valassis Networking Event

Valassis Inside Peek

You are invited to attend the Valassis networking event to give you an exclusive “Inside Peek” of Valassis. We are looking for talented individuals with a strong desire to continuously learn and develop within their roles. During this event, you will have the opportunity to learn more about the positions we have available and what truly sets us apart within our industry.

Event Information: 

Date: April 7, 2017

Time: 1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Location: Valassis, 38905 Six Mile Road, Livonia, MI 48152


**Check in starts at 1:30 p.m and we will begin at 2:00 p.m.**
-Valassis Products and Services Overview
-Day in the Life of a Valassis Associate
-Panel Interview of Valassis Leaders and Associates
-Mix & Mingle/Optional Building Tour

SEATS ARE LIMITED!! Be one of the first 60 students to register!

RSVP by emailing by Tuesday, April 4th, 2017.
Please include the following in email:
1) Name:
2) School:
3) Major :
4) Anticipated Graduation Date:

Contact us at with any questions. 

Mar 22 / Carissa Bell

Co-Op Opportunity: Denso

Safety, Health and Environment Co-Op 

The selected individual will support the Safety, Health and Environment department. Daily activities will include: supporting coordination with SHE project research, manage various small scale projects under general supervision, prepare reports, schedules, graphs and presentation for routine SHE meetings and specialized activities, basic administrative activates. Duties will also include; benchmarking research and assisting with corporate strategy rollout.
Qualifications: Must be a student pursuing a bachelor’s degree from in accredited university in Environmental Safety and Health, Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering, Natural Science, or a degree in biology. Sophomore or junior status student preferred. Position slated to start May 2017.


How to Apply:
• Visit our careers website
• Click on ‘Join our Team’
• Click on ‘United States’
• Search for requisition #1700004O
• Fill out an application

Mar 21 / Padmaja Rao

Valassis Networking Event


You are invited to attend the Valassis networking event to give you an exclusive “Inside Peek” of  Valassis. The company is looking for talented individuals with a strong desire to continuously learn and develop within their roles. During this event, you will have the opportunity to learn more about the positions available at Valassis and what truly sets it apart within the industry.

Event Information
Date:  April 7th, 2017
Time:  1:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Location: Valassis, 38905 Six Mile Road, Livonia, MI 48152

Check in starts at 1:30pm and we will begin at 2:00pm
• Valassis Products and Services Overview
• Day in the Life of a Valassis Associate
• Panel Interview of Valassis Leaders and Associates
• Mix & Mingle/Optional Building Tour

SEATS ARE LIMITED!! Be one of the first 60 students to register!

RSVP by emailing by Tuesday, April 4th, 2017.
Please include the following in your RSVP email:
• Name:
• School:
• Major :
• Anticipated Graduation Date:

Contact us at with any questions.

Mar 16 / Susan Crowley

Behavioral Health Services – Job Opportunities and Career Fair

Starfish Family Services has full and part-time positions available. Join them at their Clinical Services Career Fair on March 31st and check out their website for a list of available job opportunities – Starfish Family Services job listing.

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Mar 13 / Susan Crowley

MIRR – Mock Interviews & Resume Reviews

This event fills fast!  If you are interested in participating, reserve your spot today!

April 3, 4, 5 & 6 – 2017
10:00 am – 3:15 pm
1001 Faculty/Administration Building
Student Sign up is now open!

Is your resume not getting you the interview?
Are your interviews not getting you job offers?
Take 45 minutes to learn what you need to know first-hand from actual recruiters in the field!
All you need is a hard copy of your resume and a 45 minute time spot. 

 Career Services MIRR Event will better prepare you for writing your resume, applying to jobs, participating in career fairs, networking and interviews. It’s important to master these skills in today’s job market. We offer you the opportunity to receive constructive feedback on your resume and interviewing skills in a 45 minute private session with the people who know best. You will do a practice interview, have your resume reviewed and have your questions answered by an actual recruiting professional who has volunteered to come to campus and assist WSU students and alumni with professional development.  


Event Details


  • Wayne State University students and alumni are welcome to participate.
  • Resume Review/Mock Interview sessions total 45 minutes.
  • Please bring a hard copy of your resume and dress in appropriate interview attire.
  • Participants are expected to select a time spot only if attendance is certain.
  • If you select a time and will be unable to attend, you must cancel your interview spot on
    CSO or contact Career Services so that other individuals are able to participate.


How to Participate


  • Register or Log on to CSO.
  • Go to the Resume Review/Mock Interview (MIRR) Event under the “On-Campus Interviews, Interviews I qualify for” area.
  • Select a date and then a time spot that fits your schedule and mark it on your calendar.
  • Show up at Career Services on the day and time you selected with a hard copy of your resume and dressed professionally.

Note: If you select a time spot, we expect to see you on the date and time you selected. If you are unable to attend, you must cancel your interview spot on CSO or contact Career Services so that other individuals are able to participate. If you fail to show without notification or cancellation, you will be subject to Career Services No Show Policy.

Questions regarding this event can be directed to: Susan Crowley, (313) 577-3390

Mar 13 / Susan Crowley

Career Demo Day – March 29, 2017 – All Students & Alumni Welcome!

Career Demo Day!

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Hilberry B & C, 2nd floor Student Center Bldg.

Mark your calendar! All students and Alumni are invited to Career Demo Day!

Experience hands on demonstrations from various companies and learn about their business.

Network and Drop off your resumes at companies that interest you.

This relaxed engaging atmosphere will allow you to connect with employers and get to know them beyond a typical career fair or company presentation atmosphere. Walk through the exhibit hall and engage in interactive experiences while learning about various organizations and their business. Remember to bring your resume to leave with any company you would like to work at. All students and alumni are welcome.

Career Demo Day supports strategic student learning outcomes and provides the Wayne State Community an opportunity to network and participate in hands-on employer demonstrations.

Questions regarding this event, please contact

Helping WSU students & graduates discover careers!

Mar 10 / Carissa Bell

City of Birmingham: Management Internship Opportunity

The City of Birmingham, MI has a population of approximately 20,000 residents. Named one of the county’s “Top 20 Walkable Communities,” Birmingham covers 4.73 miles located 20 miles north of Detroit in Oakland County, Michigan. Throughout its history, Birmingham has enjoyed a high level of citizen involvement, which has contributed to the high quality of life in the community. It is a relatively affluent community with a small-town atmosphere and a vital downtown business and shopping district. With diverse cultural and recreational amenities, this indeed is a place to “live, shop, and play.”

The City of Birmingham, MI (EOE) is seeking qualified students to participate in a Management Internship. Under the general supervision of the Human Resources Department and City Manager’s Office, the Management Intern will assist in a variety of City operations. The Management Intern will perform a variety of functions related to areas such as project management, personnel administration, recruitment, employee recognition and engagement, community programs, and public services.

This internship is designed to prepare the student for entry into the public administration profession (or related field) with a diverse work experience in a professional environment. The Intern will also add value to the City’s operations by applying knowledge acquired through relevant coursework.

— At the time of application candidates must be a Junior, Senior, or Graduate-level student enrolled in Business/Public Administration, Human Resources, Organizational Development/Psychology, Management, or other related program.
— Ability to work individually, within a group, and under general supervision.
— Professional written and verbal communication, interpersonal, analytical, and customer service skills.
— Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and other common software applications, including a desire and ability to quickly learn new programs.
Salary: $14.00/Hourly