Graduate and professional students across campus incorporate community needs and priorities into their disciplinary work, professional goals, and personal interests. Whether you are looking for support on your research projects, developing new initiatives, building your evaluation and assessment skills, or wanting to engage with Ginsberg Center programs, take a look at these opportunities:
Graduate Academic Liasion
- The Ginsberg Center offers a year-long leadership development opportunity for University of Michigan doctoral students. Ginsberg Graduate Academic Liaisons serve as connectors to their home departments, while deepening their knowledge and application of community engaged scholarship and practice. For more information check out our website.
- In collaboration with schools, community centers and other partners, the Ginsberg Center offers opportunities for the University of Michigan community to support literacy development, with an intentional focus on academically vulnerable students. Our programs include Readers & Best, America Reads, and Family Literacy Nights at the Ginsberg Center. Visit our Literacy Initiatives page to learn more about these initiatives and ways to get involved.
We work to empower students with the resources they need to engage in the democratic process by advocating for voter registration, educating yourself and participating in the Big Ten Voting Challenge.
TurboVote is a quick, customizable registration tool. Users can use TurboVote to start the registration process in any of the 50 states, update existing voter registration, request an absentee ballot, or receive election day reminders.
Visit our Democratic Engagement resources page to for actions like contacting your representative, knowing your voter guidlines for Michigan, and more.
Big Ten Voting Challenge
U-M is leading the Big Ten Voting Challenge. Two winners will be honored this fall: the campus with the greatest overall turnout in 2018, and the campus with the greatest growth in turnout from 2014 to 2018!
Community Technical Assistance Collaborative
- The Community Technical Assistance Collaborative (CTAC) is a community-university partnership convened to serve a universal need identified by community partners around data and evaluation. Graduate students have the opportunity to advance educational goals in evaluation and assessment while contributing to a community-driven project. Check out our website for more information on how to get involved.
Work-Study Graduate Positions
- The Ginsberg Center offers field placement and paid opportunities for master’s level students seeking to learn more about community organizing, service-learning and civic engagement in a post-secondary education setting. Students will have diverse experiences working with students, staff, faculty, and community members. To learn more about these opportunities, please contact us at email@example.com.