Students who apply for need-based aid through the University of Michigan Office of Financial Aid may be eligible for work-study funding as part of their need-based financial aid package. Your financial aid package from the university must include a work-study grant in order for you to be eligible to apply for work-study positions on campus. A work-study award gives eligible students the opportunity to earn funds from part-time work for employers who qualify for the Work-Study Program under federal or state guidelines. Students may find work study jobs through the UM Student Employment Website.
The University of Michigan Student Employment Office is where students can search and apply for part-time work-study and regular (non-work-study) jobs. Additionally, it’s also the website for university departments and non-university employers to submit job openings.
University of Michigan Careers
Careers at the University of Michigan are filled with purpose and opportunity. Through the Careers website, you can search for job postings, benefits, career development, and more.
University Career Center
Undergraduate students also have access to the University Career Center resources as well. Similar to the School of Public Health careers office, the UCC offers programming for professional development, employer engagement opportunities, and individualized student advising.
- Login to Handshake offered by the University Career Center
School of Public Health Careers Portal
The Michigan Public Health Careers Office is here to help serve your professional ambitions. The Careers Office services include everything from guidance on resume writing and internship opportunities, to job searching strategies and employer research. Use our published resources, view our recorded webinars, attend a workshop, engage with employers, and/or schedule an appointment to make the most of our office. Furthermore, we have a growing number of resources to support our undergraduate population, including this listing of potential opportunities (note the tabs and sorting features).
Students may also download the Careers Portal App (Symplicity) for easy access to scheduling appointments, viewing workshops & information sessions, and job searching: