Might you be our next Social Media Coordinator?
Are you skilled and experienced in social media and have a passion for the humanities? Apply to be the Social Media Coordinator for the Institute for the Humanities at the University of Michigan. We are looking for someone to take our already strong social media presence to the next level.
– Like to find stories to tell in new and interesting ways
– Adept at graphic design
– Highly organized
– A team player who gets along well with others
– Understand the importance of the humanities
– Follow social media trends
– Can work on-site in Ann Arbor, MI.
– We’re a small team of staff who work collaboratively
– Value the humanities and the role it plays at the university and in society at large
– Love our jobs and take them seriously while enjoying the process
– Recognize the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion
– Organize and present dozens of public events each year
– Regularly interact with a variety of faculty, visiting scholars, artists, staff, and students.
If you’re interested, click here to learn more and apply. (Note: Applicants who fail to follow the “How to Apply” instructions will not be considered for the position.) Applications will be accepted through July 14, 2022.–
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The Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) is still accepting applications for the 2022-2023 academic year.
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Hello! The English Language Institute is hiring student employees for Summer ’22, and the positions will start in July.
They are seeking up to 30 current undergraduates to serve as paid consultants in ELI 994, their intensive training program for international GSIs in LSA. These positions offer a fun, interactive intercultural experience, help foster a more positive campus climate, and directly support the quality of undergraduate teaching in LSA. Interested students can find more information here: Program Assistant position or apply for Job ID #38565 on the U-M Student Employment Website.
They are also seeking to hire a Student Coordinator who will provide coordination for the program and supervision for the Program Assistants. This position will involve greater responsibilities and more interaction with ELI faculty and staff, and provide a great preparatory professional experience for administrative and dynamic jobs. Interested students can find more information here: Student Coordinator position or apply for Job ID #67738 on the U-M Student Employment Website.
The Detroit Partnership, a service-learning organization that is dedicated towards fostering bridges between Ann Arbor and Detroit, has spots available on their Planning Team and the application has just opened. Application is linked below.
The StoryFit 2022 Summer Internship program will focus on understanding the basic elements of stories and how those elements relate to story form, audience response, and appropriate measurement techniques. Their goal for the summer is to measurably enhance the reliability of their current story-elements-inference algorithm by iterating on our current approach and adding in new technologies.
You can find their summer internship description and instructions on how to apply, here.