Services for Students with Disabilities

Winter 2018 Internship Opportunities

Apply for these fantastic internship opportunities: 

  • Old National Bank Interns! Financial Internship Program
  • Employers that Support Students with disabilities 1:1 Consultations
  • LimeConnect: 
    • Bloomberg-UNC-Berkeley Business Journalism Diversity Program 
    • Google BOLD Immersion Program

Fellowships for Communications, Journalism & Film Students

We're looking for undergraduate and graduate students interested in a fun internship experience this spring or summer in Diversity in Film and Television. These Communications Fellowships are located in the Washington, D.C., metro area. We are looking for people with and without disabilities interested in (need to have skills in at least one of these areas):

  • social media for business (mainly Facebook and Twitter);
  • website management using WordPress;
  • writing blogs, press releases and news articles to promote positive, accurate, diverse and inclusive media portrayals on TV and in film;
  • photo editing and graphic design using Photoshop, Illustrator or InDesign (potential for video editing opportunities as well).

Financial Internship Program | Old National Bank

The Old National Bank internship, located in Ann Arbor, is based on a rotational program that allows interns to gain experience in several facets of banking. Through interaction across banking functions there will be opportunities to understand the processes, implications, challenges and successes for both clients and the Bank. Through assigned project work, as well as opportunities to connect with key executive officers, the interns will develop a solid foundation of key issues and better prepared for future positions in the banking industry.

Specifically, interns will interact with:

  • Banking Retail Operations
  • Commercial Track Operations
  • Wealth Management/Investments
  • Community Relations

This is a part-time internship (20-25 hours per week). Scheduling will be negotiated with the finalists.

Apply for NBER Fellowship Program in Disability Policy Research

The NBER Disability Research Center is now accepting applications for the NBER Fellowship Program in Disability Policy Research. This program offers both post-doctoral and junior level faculty support for one year at NBER’s offices in Cambridge to pursue independent research with a focus on the health and economic policy implications of disability and disability policy. This opportunity, funded by the Social Security Administration, and has provided funding, data access, and invaluable research team for a host of distinguished young scholars over the past five years. 

To learn more about this opportunity (and to apply), please visit the website

 It’s a short application and only one letter of support is required. The due date is 12/3/2017.