Learn how the Detroit Neighborhood Entrepreneurs Project is an interdisciplinary, action-based learning experience that pairs U-M students with entrepreneurs as they open or are in the early days of operating neighborhood-based small businesses.
Five MPP students reflect on their experiences working with Internship Search Groups and how the commitment of the groups kept them accountable to do the work required to successfully find a summer internship.
GCS Student Engagement Coordinator Claire Davidson sits down to talk through a handful of ways students can make the most of the summer internships between their first and second years of the MPP program.
GCS Employee Relations Manager Casey Sullens breaks down the requirements for the MPP student internship experience, from criteria the internship itself has to meet to the work the student must accomplish.
Jeff Donofrio, Executive Director of Workforce Development for the city of Detroit leads a discussion about current workforce development strategies and future directions of work and Michigan’s workforce.
In the wake of the financial crisis, Congress created the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, spurring significant changes to the financial regulation landscape. A decade later, developments in the U.S.