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Summer Business Experiences are varied. Some may provide a stipend and some may be completed for academic credit.
Work in teams to advise a startup, small business, or corporation in search of creative solutions to a pressing business challenge through the Michigan Ross Business Consulting Corps. Sponsor companies span a wide range of industries — including technology, healthcare, and manufacturing — and student teams receive mentorship from Ross faculty and alumni. This opportunity is available to rising BBA seniors.
Experience what it's like to run a startup by working with early-stage businesses based in Ann Arbor.
Develop your entrepreneurial skills by leading a project for a startup company looking to reach the next stage in their business development. The Zell Lurie Institute offers funding support for traditional, student-initiated, and self-hosted internships.
Connect with nonprofits and organizations focused on solving societal challenges like poverty, infrastructure, and pollution. Stipends are available for successful applicants.
Through research assistantships, students can find opportunities to work directly with a faculty member whose research aligns with their career interests. Our Career Development Office works with faculty to post summer opportunities throughout the year.
Ross BBAs may also participate in the University of Michigan Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP), which creates research partnerships between students and U-M faculty.
Earn core and elective business credits in just four weeks throughout the month of May. These 1.5 and 3-credit courses are open to all U-M juniors and seniors and can be completed before June internships begin.
Learn more about the principles and practices that empower people to create positive work environments in this spring course focused on Positive Organizational Scholarship (POS), a field of study founded at U-M.