Student Employment Opportunities

University of Michigan students at Welcome Wednesdays at the Alumni Center

The Alumni Association offers employment opportunities for University of Michigan students seeking to develop their leadership skills while engaging with alumni and students through a variety of programs and resources. Student employees reflect the Alumni Association’s mission and core values that make our organization relevant to diverse students and alumni.

Welcome Wednesdays Team

Be a part of the Alumni Association’s signature event with students. Welcome Wednesdays has been a part of Michigan since 2007 and is made possible by membership dues to the Alumni Association. The Welcome Wednesdays Team is responsible for providing a welcoming environment and establishing a high-quality first impression for attendees.

During the 2019-20 school year, Welcome Wednesdays will be hosted at the University Unions from 9–11 a.m. between the Michigan League Underground and Pierpont Commons main hallway. Student employees will greet students, manage data, hand out bagels, clean tables for the turnaround of students, come up with activities, fill campus partnership tables, and assist with other programming for the event.

These positions require staff to be knowledgeable of programs the Alumni Association offers and serve as an ambassador of the Alumni Association and the University. Welcome Wednesdays is for students, by students.

Contact Natalie Kittikul at for more information.

Events Student Team

Be a part of what happens behind the scenes of the Alumni Association. Students will assist with administrative, technological, and event support needs. Students can learn and be a part of standards for Alumni Association events, including: online registration and day-of registration, catering, and event setup.

Students will also support athletic and legislative advocacy events. These tasks include managing Salesforce, assigning and mailing tickets, and mailing invitations.

Play a role in the logistics that come together for our events and get to know other Alumni Association student staff and professional staff.

These positions require staff to be knowledgeable of programs the Alumni Association offers and serve as an ambassador of the Alumni Association and the University.

Contact Natalie Kittikul at for more information.

Camp Michigania

Each summer, 75 individuals are hired to help ensure Camp Michigania Walloon remains the special place it has been for over 50 years. Both current students and alumni can be a part of the Camp Michigania staff. Staff members are hired to work in a specific program area and share responsibilities for the effective functioning of the Camp as a whole. You can expect to work six days per week, and even though working at a family camp offers more off-work hours than a kids’ camp might, you are still expected to be a role model 24 hours per day.

Visit our Work at Camp page or contact for more information.

Development Intern

Come work with the Development team! We are part of a University-wide community which contributed to a $5 billion University-wide campaign, the largest-ever fundraising campaign at a public university. Get hands-on experience while learning about a growing industry and having a chance to give back to U-M.

Tasks include:

  • Prospect research for future donors
  • Assist with stewardship projects (including donor profiles)
  • Major gifts event logistics, including the football suite
  • Other duties as assigned

A testimonial from our last intern, Nick F.:

“The development position was an excellent experience that allowed me to work close to campus helping handle donations and donor-faculty connections. Additionally, the environment was super friendly, and my schedule allowed for a ton of flexibility, which was especially useful during the school year.”

Ideal candidates should be detailed-oriented, have a willingness to learn, and be a team player. Candidates should be available to work 5-7 hours a week between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Schedule is flexible around student availability.

Contact Natalie LaDow at for more information.