Previous Workshops Recordings:
- Energy Healing with Fluid Journey: June 2021: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBSEpynyick
- Online Presence and Linkedin Workshop: March 2021: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e46TPLo-Ihc
- Interview Questions 101: February 2021: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4X3-eHKU_hU
- Microinternships Introduction with Parker Dewey: January 2021: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PENbxm2Zpxo
- Next Generation Fashion in the Workplace: November 2020: https://youtu.be/M8lpgwwHcy0
- Online Interview Tips: December 2020: https://youtu.be/3wcfSPYUgm0
What is Micro-Internship?
Micro-internships are short-term, remote experiences in which students connect with professionals in the field to develop new knowledge and skills on a certain topic and career field of interest.
For students, this is a chance to explore a particular industry or career while gaining practical skills and developing their network. These are short-term, remote, and more flexible opportunities to gain experience than a traditional internship.
- Social Media Content Calendar Total project: $400
- Data Clean-Up Total project: $200
- Content Creation Total project: $300
- Competitor Prospecting Total project: $400
- Candidate Sourcing Total project: $300
- Social Media Competitive Review Total project: $400
Create an account on Parker Dewey: https://info.parkerdewey.com/jcucsdi
Follow these steps:
Fill out the survey here to share your interests
Create your free account on Parker-Dewey’s Website under "For Students."
Fill out your profile as much as information you can add.
Review current Micro-Internship projects available: some projects might be time-sensitive.
Apply to projects of interest, and send an e-mail to Daniella Flores, firstname.lastname@example.org, with the link of the project you applied for.
Continue to check the platform regularly for new opportunities.
If you are selected for a micro-internship, you will receive an email packet that includes information on how to contact the employer so you can discuss a start date and begin work on the project.
John Carroll University is closely monitoring the challenges associated with COVID-19 and its impact on student internships. As such, the Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion and Student Accessibility Services would like to encourage our employer partners to consider posting short-term, professional, paid work experiences (i.e., Micro-Internships), which can be completed remotely.
Beyond providing you or your colleagues with immediate support on tasks, the short-term projects also support your talent recruiting and diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts during this challenging time. Micro-Internships help you identify, assess, and nurture students who may be prospective job candidates upon completion.
For students, Micro-Internships allow them to demonstrate their skills, explore career paths, and build relationships with prospective employers. These paid opportunities typically range from 5 to 40 hours of work.
Micro-Internships can be completed across all departments, including:
- Sales/Marketing (social media contents)
- Human Resources
- Operations and Support (administrative roles)
- Finance and Accounting