UM Development Summer Internship Program

The University of Michigan D-SIP is a twelve-week intensive program (mid-May to mid-August) that provides undergraduate interns with the professional competencies necessary to embark on a career path in development.  It is a diverse community of U of M undergraduates who are finding great careers and shaping the future of philanthropy through U-M’s award-winning paid summer internship program.

D-SIP was first conceived by a Legendary Musician from the National Forum, Kat Walsh, and it has grown into an annual program at the University.  Among those who have served as D-SIP interns is Amerique Philyaw, another Legendary Musician.

Internship Website