Internship with the Digital Islamic Studies Curriculum (DISC)
DISC regularly offers an internship to a U-M student who serves as its social media and communications intern. The intern helps bring attention to and promote DISC courses and other activities. For detailed information, visit digitalislam.umich.edu.
Arab and Muslim American Studies Internships
American Culture’s Arab and Muslim American Studies Program and Near Eastern Studies’ Arabic Language concentrators have partnered to offer internships for credit (AMCULT/NES 390). The objective is to provide students with the opportunity to explore career options related to Arab and Muslim American Studies, particularly in legal, social, cultural issues, and the arts and to provide students the opportunity to use their Arabic language skills. Learn more
For more information on these internships, please contact Evelyn Alsultany at email@example.com.
For additional internship listings across campus, visit the LSA Internship Network.
Internships with the Islamic Studies Program
ISP offers the opportunity to intern with Mohammed Tayssir Safi, U-M’s Chaplain at the Felicity Foundation, in a vibrant Islamic centered, service-oriented, campus community. When available, these opportunities are open to all undergraduate students; no previous knowledge about Islam is required. Although these positions are unpaid, LSA students may register for UC 225, a one-credit internship course.
There are currently no available internships openings with the Felicity Foundation.
U-M departments interested in developing internship opportunities with the Islamic Studies Program should contact IslamicStudies@umich.edu.