‘Micro-internships’ Offer Paid Remote Experience

These opportunities, called “micro-internships,” are available through a partnership with Parker Dewey.

“The way the mechanics of this partnership work is that the employer provides the project work,” explains Mike Summers, assistant vice president of Gateway Career Center. “Parker Dewey makes sure that it meets all of the minimum criteria for it being a viable project that will be paid. Applicants are screened and chosen depending on how many are needed for that project. Once the project is completed to client satisfaction, Parker Dewey pays the student. These are Fortune 100 companies, nonprofits, or startups. We are hopeful the broad scope will appeal to the wide-ranging interests of our students.”

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