The Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning

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There are a variety of paid opportunities for UM-students to support the Ginsberg Center's mission:

Student Building Managers

We are supported by an amazing group of student Building Managers, many of whom begin their Ginsberg Center experience as participants in one of our programs and then continue to support our work as paid Building Managers. 

The Building Manager experience includes managing visitors to our building, supporting our transportation system and service cord distribution, and engaging in a semester project of their choice.

Contact us to find out how to support our work as a Ginsberg Center Building Manager. 

Paid Opportunities for Graduate Students

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

Community Engagement Graduate Liaisons

The Ginsberg Center offers doctoral students the opportunity to foster relationships between their school or department and the Center, in order to advance reciprocal community engaged scholarship (CES) at the University of Michigan. Liaisons will gain knowledge and experience to deepen their understanding of Community Engaged Scholarship, and its application within academia and beyond. Additionally, this role will provide bridging opportunities between existing offerings and future professional roles. For more information and to apply, visit our MCompass page.

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