The Michigan State Police (MSP) Recruiting and Selection Unit (RSU) is responsible for the recruitment of qualified and diverse applicants for trooper, motor carrier and capital security officer positions. The RSU provides oversight to field recruiters, which are responsible for advertising in their post area and attending local recruiting events. The RSU works to develop marketing to target applicants and guide them through the hiring process including physical agility testing, job orientation and hiring interviews.
As a support desk intern based in our East Lansing office, you provide superior customer service to internal and external customer. Identify and resolve problems in a timely manner and work quickly and efficiently to determine routing of escalated or Tier II issues to the appropriate team.
The supply chain intern will be responsible for assisting the supply chain team in meeting division objectives. This individual will have the opportunity to become an instrumental part of the daily supply chain activities including reporting, analytics, procurement, inventory, process development, logistics and tracking.
TechSmith Corporation's sales interns support the framework of TechSmith, by analyzing the trends in our business and assisting the sales team to ensure customers are experiencing complete value in our software. The sales interns work as part of a team, while developing key business skills to help aid and guide for future careers. TechSmith Corporation encourages interns to express their own distinctive talents and discover their own core competencies. As a result this position requires excellent verbal and written communications skills. A team player with a positive attitude is essential.
Successful applicants will have the opportunity to witness and learn the inner-workings of the Michigan Republican Party at our office headquarters in Lansing, work out of our other regional office locations, meet elected officials, attend special “behind-the-scene” events and more.
Project management IT Interns are responsible for supporting IT project managers. Primary job functions include problem solving, assessing processes and collaborating with other members of the IT and healthcare administration team to develop solutions resulting in efficient and functional workflows for end users of the Epic EMR and other software applications.
The Exchange Visa Intern will provide clerical and project assistance to the regulatory side of the MSU J-1 Visa Program, which is one of the top 20 largest academic J-1 programs in the US. The internship will provide hands-on experience with the profession of international education and specifically with the support of international students and scholars.
As an MSUFCU intern, individuals will spend several weeks in a training program consisting of both classroom-based and on-the-job trainings. Topics include member service, MSUFCU culture and philosophies, product knowledge, career development, computer systems and compliance. This is a learning position which performs a variety of functions specific to the department that corresponds with the intern’s field of study. This individual will be assigned a department specific project to complete during their time as an MSUFCU Intern. MSUFCU interns will have the opportunity to meet with management and leadership to learn about the corporate culture while gaining hands-on business experience.
Michigan Blueprint Strategies (MBS) seeks highly motivated college or recently graduated students for a semester-long internship. Interns will work with and report to the MBS staff based out of downtown Lansing, MI, focusing on graphic design and communications projects including email and social media content creation. Through this work, interns will gain a better understanding of various Democratic political campaigns and non-profit organizations in Michigan, get valuable experience designing materials for our clients, and work closely with some of Michigan’s most experienced political leaders.
?In this internship, you will directly assist candidates running for public office that the Sierra Club has endorsed. The Sierra Club has an extremely rigorous endorsement process and focuses on the most competitive races with the best environmentally-minded candidates. In this internship, we will train you on the basic skills of campaign organizing, educate you about environmental issues that play in politics, and then deploy you to be part of a candidate’s campaign for two-three months. Potential responsibilities include: helping organize fundraisers for a candidate, coordinating voter contact, organizing phone banks, recruiting Sierra Club members to volunteer for a candidate, helping coordinate press conferences and press releases for a candidate, helping with a candidate’s earned media strategy as well as social media, assisting with policy or campaign research, performing data entry and office work as needed.
?Internship positions are available for summer (June-August) and fall (September-November) semesters, and are able to be shortened or extended as needed. This internship can come with a small stipend to offset the cost of food and gas and can also earn you class credit (you will need to work this out with your academic advisor). The internship is coordinated through our Lansing office and there will be an internship training in Lansing for summer interns in June, however, you will be deployed to work for a campaign that will likely not be in Lansing. Internships can be arranged for between 10 to 40 hours per week, with flexible scheduling.