We are always looking for students to help support our office! We have many different student employment roles that offer a broad range of work experience. Our positions are work-study eligible and open to all currently enrolled students.
Be a welcoming face to all visitors and support OAMI staff with programs and projects
Be a mentor to less experienced students or provide tutoring in your chosen subject area
Work with other students and staff to enhance OAMI’s programs and services
Help visitors feel at home and support meaningful events
At the OAMI welcome desk, you will get professional experience answering phones, greeting and assisting guests, supporting office staff, and taking on other responsibilities. You will also be able to support programs and events that OAMI hosts.
Work with peers and staff to help other students succeed
As an Academic Success Partner (ASP) or Graduate Success Partner (GSP), you can provide peer-to-peer support for scholars' success in OAMI’s SuccessConnects program. This work includes success coaching, assistance with event planning, program communications, special projects, and supporting resource connections. You’ll collaborate with a team to address the needs of a diverse community of students and guide them so they get the most out of the program and the university.
As a tutor, you’ll support scholars in their academic pursuits in U-M’s most commonly challenging courses. Tutoring occurs for one hour each week in a one-on-one fashion during the Fall and Winter semesters.
If you are a 3rd, 4th or 5th-year student who exemplifies academic excellence and social involvement, you can support Sophomore scholars
If you have completed undergrad, you can work with 3rd, 4th, or 5th year scholars to provide tailored guidance on career trajectories
Join other talented and committed students that contribute to the academic and personal success of their peers
Student Program Coordinator (SPC)
Expand your work experience in a fun and rewarding way
Student Program Coordinators (SPCs) support the development and coordination of activities to recruit, retain, and enrich the experiences of students involved in programs and initiatives associated with OAMI. You will assist with event planning, communications, special projects, and resource connections. SPCs work closely as a team to address the needs of a diverse community of scholars and to provide student insight and leadership in identifying and engaging students to enhance their overall success.