Photographer at Michiganensian Yearbook

The Michiganensian Yearbook is now hiring photographers for the 2021-22 academic year! We’re looking for driven and creative candidates who have a strong interest in storytelling and covering campus news and events. 
Photographers will have access to the newest professional camera equipment and will gain experience in all styles of photography (including photographing Michigan athletics). We offer competitive pay, flexible hours, and opportunities for professional development. 
No formal photography experience is required, although it would be preferred if candidates were familiar with using a DSLR in manual mode and editing RAW photographs. 
Apply Here  

Please reach out to Photo Editor Dominick Sokotoff at with any questions.

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Marketing and Sales Assistant – Michigan Publishing


Michigan Publishing is at the forefront of helping scholars produce and share their influential ideas throughout the academy and beyond. We are offering a work-study position as a marketing assistant where students have the opportunity to learn about scholarly publishing in particular as well as the publishing industry more generally. Students interested in publicity and PR will find the work particularly interesting. The Marketing Assistant’s responsibilities will include assisting Sales, Marketing, and Outreach team members in all areas of publishing, promotion, publicity, communication, and organization, with a particular focus on tactical support for award nominations, review submissions, media pitches, managing and tracking market data, and scheduling social media posts. Other duties include creating marketing collateral, such as book flyers, conducting short-term research projects, and providing general clerical support. The marketing and sales assistant will have the opportunity to attend team meetings, learn how to use industry-standard programs including Mailchimp, InDesign, and Hubspot and gain experience within many different areas of the modern marketing space.

Required Qualifications

Attention to detail; the ability to work independently; and superb organization, time-management, and communication skills are required. Proficiency in Google applications Drive, Slides, and Docs. Some experience with page layout or design software like Adobe InDesign; promotion tools like Mailchimp or Constant Contact; CRMs like HubSpot or Salesforce. Experience scheduling social media posts, mostly via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

Desired Qualifications

Integrity, reliability, and the ability to multi-task and be responsive via email. Applicants should be available for blocks of time no shorter than 2-3 hours.

Media Genius Fellowships

Media Genius is Weber Shandwick’s lab for tracking global signals in media, culture and technology. Since 2018, we’ve been building tools and resources to help our clients and all communicators understand and act amidst constant change.

The first opportunity is the Media Genius Fellowship. This six-week immersive program, ten fellows will dive into the new media landscape — from emerging formats to meme culture — and implications for all of us as citizens and communicators. This will be a full-time, paid program. We’re looking for a wide range of thinkers with a demonstrated interest in social media and emerging media formats. We’re also hoping to bring on one or two design/UX oriented students. More about the Fellowship here.

The second is our Media Genius Exchange program. This learning community will explore, challenge, and discuss the evolving media landscape and its implications for society. The commitment is lighter — we’ll meet just once a week for 1.5 hours, for a duration of six weeks. Students will also need 1-2 hours to read, form questions and insights for discussion in our session and private group channel. This opportunity is unpaid, but any global undergraduate and graduate looking to boost their media knowledge, build their resume, and network with other passionate students is encouraged to apply. More about Exchange here.

We’re accepting applications for both programs now through May 4th, with notifications on May 21st and program starts in June (both virtual). You’ll see the applications are straightforward – requiring just student contact information and answers to a few short questions. We’re intrigued to hear students’ perspectives — on media and topics/issues/interests that are important to them — as we select participants and customize the programs.

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Detroit City Council is accepting Public Policy and Digital Media interns!!

The Office of Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones is currently accepting Public Policy and Digital Media interns for the Summer 2021 Semester in the following areas:

·       Governmental Affairs and Public Policy

·       Graphic Design

·       Video Editing

·       Digital and Social Media

·       Community Relations Assistant

Interested candidates please apply below:

StoryFit Summer Internship!

Each semester at StoryFit, we host an internship program with a focus on reading popular film and television scripts while working on a group research project led by one of our senior data scientists. In the past two years, we’ve grown our internship program from a handful of dedicated students to a robust cohort of scholars from around the globe and various academic backgrounds!  

You can find our summer internship description and instructions on how to apply, here. 

Social Media Specialist position

Are you an experienced content creator with a love for community engagement? Are you passionate about health and wellness lifestyle brands?

We’re looking for a digitally savvy content coordinator who will help oversee PlantFusion’s growing social media channels, contribute regularly to PlantFusion’s social media feeds (Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn), curate content from other sources and create a cohesive brand look and feel.    

Equal parts digital production and creative content creation, this role will work alongside a fast-paced marketing team. You will help make sure PlantFusion’s social media channels and blog are pixel perfect to grow our audience, increase traffic and engagement, manage our social community, and drive brand awareness on a large scale.

Must be able to work 15-20 hours per week remotely.

Job Responsibilities:

·         Develop a 30-day content calendar for the Company’s owned social channels

·         Ability to source social media content

·         Manage 3rd parties (users, influencers, agencies) to source content

·         Have basic understanding of design tool/platform to create graphics

·         Understand how to manage and grow social media communities 

·         Manage brand’s Ambassador program

·         Help establish and maintain the brand‘s voice online 

·         Assist with copywriting, giveaways, generating content, and influencer marketing

·         Strong writing and communication skills: the ability to craft a compelling messages and articulate a unique value proposition

·         Maintain an eye for detail and quality on projects big and small, while communicating with the team to meet deadlines

If you’re the right candidate, please submit resume and portfolio to

At PlantFusion, we are health foodies obsessed with offering authentic, 100% plant-based, nutrient-dense, allergen-free products that delight the senses.  Every transparent detail counts as we personally craft each product by selecting the seeds, plants and final ingredients.  This fusion of unique ingredients and flavors provides Complete Nourishment.

Careers in Community Organizing for Social Justice

DART will hold an online info session on Tuesday, April 13 at 6pm eastern to discuss careers in community organizing. All U-M students and alumni welcome, particularly those graduating before January 2022.


DART trains professional organizers and community organizations how to work for social, economic and racial justice, including:

* Holding police departments accountable

* Shutting down the school-to-prison pipeline

* Reining in predatory lenders

* Expanding access to primary health and dental care

* Prioritizing funding for affordable housing and job training

* Fighting for immigrants’ rights  

Associate Community Organizer starting salary $40,000/year + benefits. 

Positions begin on June 7, 2021, August 9, 2021 or January 10, 2022 in:

Florida: Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Tampa, Fort Myers, West Palm Beach, St. Petersburg

Kansas: Topeka, Wyandotte County, Johnson County

Kentucky: Louisville, Lexington

South Carolina: Charleston

Lead Community Organizer / Executive Director positions begin spring/summer 2021 in:

Florida: Sarasota

Kansas: Wyandotte County, Johnson County

DART organizations are diverse coalitions that include communities of color, low-to-moderate-income communities and immigrant communities. We strongly encourage people from these backgrounds, as well as fluent Spanish speakers and DACA recipients, to apply.

To apply or learn more about DART, visit or find us on instagram and facebook @theDARTcenter. Still have questions? Contact or 602.510.4658.

Become a communications associate at Washtenaw County!

Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC) is seeking qualified applicants for the position of communicates associate. An employee in this position coordinates the day-to-day internal and external communications on WCRC channels.

The annual pay range for this revamped position is $42,000 – $55,000 (depending on experience) and includes full benefits. This position will be required to report in-person to the administration building on Zeeb Rd.

Comm and Media is accepting fellows for next academic year

The Department of Communication and Media Undergraduate Fellows Program is designed to support and stimulate undergraduate students’ interest in the field of communication and Media. The Fellows Program welcomes any qualified incoming juniors or seniors interested in cultivating the newly created Communication and Media Fellows community, and committed to becoming an active member of the department. This year’s accepted applicants, as founding Fellows will shape what the program looks like for years to come.

Acting as department ambassadors, Fellows will undertake a variety of tasks, all of which promote Communication and Media. Highlights include engagement with distinguished alumni, volunteering for a celebration for newly declared COMM and Media majors, planning an academic symposium and representing the department to the campus community.


  • Recognition from the department in publications and on department website
  • Mentorship from faculty
  • Individual meetings with special guests and speakers
  • Competitive advantages for departmental funding opportunities
  • Opportunity to organize annual academic symposium
  • Membership in exclusive community of undergraduates committed to Communication and Media


  • Fellow must attend event planning meetings throughout the year
  • Fellows must take active roles in organizing the annual symposium
  • As ambassadors, must volunteer for public Communication and Media events
  • Must be declared juniors or seniors


If you are interested in becoming a fellow, please complete the online application by April 7th. You will be asked to submit a statement of purpose in the online form and your resume as an attachment by email.

  1. Fill out the online form, which includes the Statement of Purpose (Statement of Purpose: no more than 300 words explaining why you are a good candidate for the Undergraduate Fellows Program).
  2. Resume: please include anticipated graduation date in your resume. Send resume as pdf to, subject line FELLOWS APPLICATION and include first and last name.

For questions or additional information, please contact: Fatima Al-zeheri, Program Coordinator, Email: