1. Public Service Internship Program 50th Anniversary

    Mark Rivett posted October 1, 2018

    Photograph of 1972 PSIP Interns on Capitol Hill. From left to right: University of Michigan Vice President for Government Relations Cynthia Wilbanks, B.A. in Political Science 1973; Archivist and former Lawyer Ellen Kettler Paseltiner, B.A. in History and Political Science 1972; and U.S. Congressman Marvin Esch (2nd District, MI).

    Find more information at the University Career Center – PSIP

    This year, the University of Michigan is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Public Service Intern Program (PSIP). The University Career Center, the program’s sponsor, will host a variety of events designed to help alumni reconnect with one another and engage with current students interested in learning about career paths and the experiences of former PSIPers.

    Upcoming Events

    Where Are They Now? Career Panel

    October 4th, 4:30pm
    Student Activities Building (SAB) – Maize & Blue Auditorium

    Alumni/Student Reception (U-M Homecoming Weekend)

    October 5th, 6:00pm
    Student Activities Building (SAB) – 1st Floor

    Alumni Reunion Reception

    June 13th, 2019, 6:00pm
    City View Room, George Washington University campus
    Washington, D.C.

    PSIP Endowed Scholarship Launched

    The University Career Center has created a new scholarship to fund U-M students’ ability to afford interning in DC through PSIP. Currently, our interns report the cost of working in DC for the summer is over $5,500. Please consider donating to this newly established scholarship to cover the cost of student housing, transportation and living expenses. PSIP is a transformative experience that should be available to any Michigan student, regardless of socioeconomic status. If you have any questions about this scholarship fund or giving to PSIP, please contact Kyle Nowels on the Student Life Development team at knowels@umich.edu. You may also consider giving online at: www.giving.umich.edu/give/700531.