Intern with ASI
Internships are available to undergraduate and graduate students. Internships outside of course credit may be arranged on a case-by-case basis. Internship commitments may range between 5 and 20 hours per week. Work can take place at our Ann Arbor office or at the intern’s home in their own city (both with supervision via phone/Skype/Zoom with program directors and/or the Executive Director).
Former interns have been involved in such projects as enhancing ASI’s online and social media presence, creating new content for the ASI website, developing processes and procedures for ASI’s media contacts, and other special projects dependent on the skills and interests of each individual intern.
Meet our most recent interns…
Peyton Olenech interned with ASI during the Summer 2019 semester. Peyton worked on ASI's media contact list alongside Executive Director Ivy Collier. Peyton comes to us from Eastern Michigan University, where she is working toward a degree in Communications and...read more
Aubrey Milatz interned with ASI during the Spring 2019 semester. During her internship, Aubrey assisted Ann Casper, copy editor of ASI's journal, Society & Animals, with editing and formatting submissions in preparation for their publication in the journal. Aubrey...read more
Julia Johnson interned with ASI during the Summer 2019 semester. During her internship with ASI, she assisted Executive Director Ivy Collier with ASI's digital platforms. Julia attended Michigan State University (B.A.) and Yale University (M.Div), where she studied...read more
Nikki Allain interned with ASI during the Summer 2019 semester. During her time here, she was involved in creating the intern content for the ASI website and designing monthly infographics for ASI's "Did You Know?" social media series. Nikki also helped format the...read more