Information and Technology Services at the University of Michigan offers an internship program each summer. Internships are paid, full-time positions that provide an opportunity for students to gain valuable experience while making connections in the professional field they are considering for a career. Interns have the opportunity to work on meaningful projects in a structured and supervised learning program.
ITS Internship Program
What to Expect
- Gain work experience through projects within individual departments
- Intense focus on professional development, including project management, resume writing, and meeting facilitation
- Roundtable discussions on career planning with executive leadership across the Michigan IT community
- Build lasting professional relationships and grow your professional network
- Mentorship from IT professionals who excel in their field
- We are no longer accepting applications for the 2023 summer program.
- 14-week program runs from Monday, May 8 to Friday, August 11, 2023
Hours & Locations
This program requires a full-time (40 hours per week) commitment mix of onsite at ITS office locations and remote work. Under some circumstances, you may be allowed to take a course while participating in the program, but this must be approved by your supervisor and the Internship Planning Team in advance of accepting an offer.
This is a full-time, paid position of $18-$21/hr, based on your academic level. ITS's competitive pay is based on skills and both academic and work experience.
We have technical and non-technical opportunities in a variety of disciplines, including customer service, desktop support, administration, project management, software development, infrastructure, networking, communications, human resources, business analysis, planning, and security. You will be matched to a department based on your interests and skills. The ITS Internship Program works with several campus partners interns may be placed into. Student interns are also accepted from a variety of majors and are not limited to STEM.
– Himaja Motheram, U-M | Infrastructure, Database Administration
– Raisa Morrison, MSU | Infrastructure, Business Services
– Adam Wright, U-M | Administration, Communications/Video
What We Expect
- Take on new and challenging assignments with enthusiasm and complete tasks within established timelines
- Show initiative and attempt to work through issues independently before asking for help
- Resolve issues, innovate, and experiment to devise new solutions to critical problems
- Analytical thinking and deductive reasoning to meet business requirements
- Communicate using clear, concise, and user-friendly language
- Have a laser focus on customer service