Are you a graduating senior or a recent graduate and looking for a meaningful way to see the world?
Join us for an information session on Princeton in Asia!
October 12, 2015, 5:30 PM
Room 2609 International Institute, SSWB
PiA’s mission is to promote good will and understanding and to facilitate in every way the free interchange of the best ideals in the civilizations of both East and West.
We aim to foster mutual appreciation and cultural understanding by connecting service-minded graduates and partner organizations in Asia through immerse work experiences that transform perspectives and cultivate long-lasting friendships.
Application Deadline: November 13, 2015
The Center for Japanese Studies is pleased to host a representative from the Consulate General of Japan in Detroit for a presentation and Q&A session on the Japan Teaching and Exchange (JET) program. All are invited to come and find out about this exciting opportunity for teaching and grassroots exchange in Japan.
Date: Thursday, October 1, 2015
Place: 1636 School of Social Work Building, 1080 South University Ave.
Please feel free to bring your own lunch; light refreshments will be served.
For questions contact:
Azumi Ann Takata, Ph.D.
Graduate Academic Services Coordinator & Asia FLAS Coordinator
International Institute, University of Michigan
Office Location: , 4640 SSWB
Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan
1080 South University Ave., Suite 4640, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106
P: +1 734-764-6307
; F: +1 734-936-2948
Impact is a nonprofit that runs action campaigns. They are looking for graduating seniors and other interested individuals (they also offer internships) who want to make an impact on issues that matter, whether it’s global warming, the influence of big money in our elections or the health of our food systems.
Jobs with Impact
Make Your Impact for Our Environment, Our Democracy and Our Future
If you are interested in joining a team of passionate people to make an impact on issues like global warming, clean water, big money’s influence over our democracy and other issues that matter to our future, consider a job with Impact.
Impact is a nonprofit that runs action campaigns. We work in states where we can win positive change for our environment, our democracy and our future.
Impact is now accepting applications to join our team in August 2016! Our early application deadline is September 27th. We also have immediate positions available.
If you aren’t looking for a full-time job, you can also make a big difference through an internship with Impact.
You can learn more and apply online.
The Telluride House is accepting applications for the 2015-2016 academic year. (University of Michigan)
Telluride House is a merit-based residential scholarship committed to establishing a vibrant community supporting democratic ideals of self-governance, a stimulating intellectual environment, and a commitment to public service. Housemembers (all on room and board scholarship at the House) range from freshman to Ph.D students, and are joined in residence by faculty fellows from several fields. By living with a commitment to our self-governing community, Telluride House strives to foster the moral and intellectual growth of its members. Past winners of the Telluride scholarship include a diverse set of luminaries such as philosopher Francis Fukuyama, postmodern scholar Gayatri Spivak, World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz, and several Nobel prize winners including Steven Weinberg and Linus Pauling. Others include journalist and philanthropist Esther Dyson and former Secretary of Labor, Frances Perkins. For more information please see our website: http://www.telluride-house.com/
Open House Dinner + Information Meeting:
Wednesday September 23rd @ 5:30 PM
Telluride House (1735 Washtenaw Ave: corner of Washtenaw and Cambridge)
RSVP for the dinner + info meeting by September 21st here: http://www.telluride-house.com/student-applications (scroll to the bottom of the page, fill out your information, and check the 3rd box)
Fall 2015 Application Deadline:
Monday, October 12th @ 4:00 PM
Applications are available at: http://www.telluride-house.com/student-applications. To receive updates about our campus recruiting events, please sign-up here: http://www.telluride-house.com/student-applications. We will email you only 3 times in the semester with pertinent information. Please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Open to juniors and seniors of all majors.
The first annual Michigan Undergraduate Consulting Conference will take place October 2nd-3rd at the Ross School of Business and is currently open to juniors and seniors of all majors. Attendees will have the opportunity to interact with top firms through exclusive networking events, workshops led by industry leaders, and a case competition with awesome prizes.
Specifically, a conference ticket includes:
- Access to exclusive career fair with all corporate sponsors
- Tailored small-group workshop sessions on how to succeed in the consulting field
- Two keynote speaking engagements from ZS Associates and McKinsey & Company
- Distribution of resume to all sponsoring firms
- Entry into IBM-hosted case competition* – prizes include:
- Guaranteed on-campus interview
- Private dinner with IBM professionals
- Cash prizes
- Ross-catered breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Learn more and register now at www.michiganucc.com.
Registration for the case competition closes at 11:59PM on Friday, September 18th*.
This event is sponsored by Accenture, Bain & Company, The Boston Consulting Group, Capital One, EY, Huron Consulting Group, IBM, McKinsey & Company, and ZS Associates.
The Volunteer Eco Students Abroad (VESA) are visiting University of Michigan on Monday Sept. 14th and Tuesday Sept 15th. VESA volunteers do humanitarian work in the Ecuadorian Amazon, Southern Africa, in the villages of Fiji and Laos in South-East Asia. For more information on the VESA programs see www.vesabroad.com
When: Tuesday 15th September
Where: Michigan Union, Sophia B Jones Room (1st floor)
@ 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm !
University of Michigan English Language Institute (ELI)Conversation Circles Program
Are you looking for a fun and different way to get involved with life on campus? Interested in meeting new people from around the world? Then consider facilitating an ELI Conversation Circle.
For over 25 years, ELI’s Conversation Circles have been bringing together a group of international students with a volunteer native-English speaking facilitator for informal conversation and intercultural exchange.
All current U-M students, faculty, and staff are invited to volunteer to facilitate a Conversation Circle. No previous experience is required. You just need just be a native or near-native speaker of English and willing to commit to spending an hour a week with a group of international students at a time and place of your choosing.
Facilitating a Conversation Circle is a great way to:
gain intercultural experience
strengthen leadership and relationship-building skills
help international students participate more fully in the life of the university
contribute to a more positive campus climate
Here are the details:
Fall 2015 Conversation Circles run for ten weeks:
October 5 — December 11
Facilitator registration is open:
September 14 — 25
For more information or to sign up to facilitate a fall circle, click HERE.