Need a Hand? Checkout UVM Micro-Internships!
Find the support you need, help build the workforce.
The UVM Micro-Internship Program makes asking for and receiving help easier than ever. No HR headache, no semester-long commitment.
VCET’s role: After a successful pilot with several local startups, VCET is excited to be working with the UVM Career Center to scale their Micro-Internship Program. VCET’s goal is to ensure that local companies know about this incredible, hassle-free resource that allows solo entrepreneurs, startups, and scaling companies to get the help they need while giving a local student the experience they want. A win, win!
What is a micro-internship? A micro-internship is a short-term, paid project offered by you or your company, typically ranging from 5-40 hours of work on projects within departments such as sales, marketing, technology, HR, and finance.
How does it all work? Micro-internships are facilitated via a platform called Parker Dewey, accessed through UVM’s Career Center. Here is what the timeline will look like:
Pretty cool, right? Well here are four more reasons that micro-internships rock:
- No Fuss. Parker Dewey, the micro-internship posting platform, handles the paperwork so you don’t have to onboard.
- Stay Local. Support the VT economy by tapping into local talent.
- Low Risk. Opportunity to try out local talent with little commitment.
- Flexible. All micro-internships are remote and short-term.
To top it all off, here is a list of example projects that have been completed in the past:
- Social Media Content Calendar – Project Cost: $400
- Data Clean-Up – Project Cost: $300
- Content Creation – Project Cost: $150
- Competitor Prospecting – Project Cost: $100
- Candidate Sourcing – Project Cost: $300
- Social Media Competitive Review – Project Cost: $400
So what are you waiting for? Let’s go micro.
If you have any questions, check out the UVM Career Center page on micro-internships for further information. You can also email Erin at email@example.com for further details.