For Employers

Informatics majors learn the foundations of contemporary computing, statistics, mathematics, social science and ethics of information technology. In addition, each student graduates with more advanced knowledge and skills in one of four specialized areas of study:

Computational Informatics
Data Mining & Information Analysis
Life Science Informatics
Social Computing

Graduates are well prepared for work in a range of information and technology roles in business, education, government, industry, and non-profit organizations.

The Career Center

The University of Michigan Career Center is committed to facilitating connections between employers and students. The Career Center welcomes all opportunities to partner with employers from all sectors and provides the opportunity to post jobs and internships through the Career Center Connector online recruitment system. Please visit the Career Center website to learn more about employer services.

3200 Student Activities Building
Phone: 734.764.7460

School of Information Career Development Office

The Career Development Office in the University of Michigan, School of Information offers a range of services to assist with recruitment efforts. In addition to on-campus recruitment opportunities, employers may post jobs and internships and download student and alumni resumes through theiTrack online recruitment system. Please visit the Career Development Office website to learn more about employer services.

403B West Hall
Phone: 734.647.7650

University of Michigan Business Engagement Center

The Business Engagement Center provides companies and organizations with a gateway to the University of Michigan and assists with identifying and accessing University resources including student and alumni talent.

1214 S. University
2nd Floor
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Phone: 877.647.1000 (toll free) or 734.647.1000

On-campus Interviews

If you would like to arrange on-campus interviews with Informatics students, please make arrangements with the Career Center or School of Information Career Development Office (contact information above). In order to make job and internship interviews known to the widest possible group of candidates, please also notify the Informatics Program Manager at regarding all on-campus interviews.


Presenting to students is an ideal way to promote and make your company or organization’s internship, professional development programs, and jobs known to students. If you wish organize and host a presentation, please contact the Program Manager at