Here are some questions that you are probably asking:

When do I get paid?
Once the company has confirmed that the project is complete, you will be paid by Parker Dewey. Payroll is usually processed at the end of each month and released at the beginning of the following month. If you have questions about this, check out our payment FAQs or reach out to us at

Will the project supervisor give me feedback?  
Yes, the project supervisor can give you feedback. You can see his/her feedback by logging into your Parker Dewey profile and selecting the COMPLETED tab.  Then select DETAILS next to the project that you completed.

If you have not received feedback yet, you can click on the REQUEST FEEDBACK button to send a message to the project supervisor and request feedback (see screenshot below).

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If you have received feedback you will see this listed when you click DETAILS next to the project (see screenshot below). 

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NOTE: This feedback is only visible to you and will not be shared with any companies using the Parker Dewey platform.

How do I include this on my resume?
You can (and should) include your Micro-Internship on your resume, LinkedIn profile, etc.  Here are some things to keep in mind:

  • The employer is Parker Dewey (not the company for whom you did the project)
  • The job title is "Independent Contractor" or "Independent Consultant"
  • Outline your accomplishments:
    • Work product (e.g. created a..., designed content for..., prepared an analysis on...)
    • Outcomes (e.g. new articles on..., leads resulting in..., social visits increased...)
    • Competencies acquired (e.g. attention to detail, motivation, grit, creativity, etc.)
  • Do not share confidential information about the project
  • Do NOT use the company's name without asking for their permission first. Some projects can deal with sensitive information. 
  • If the company asks you not to use its name (which is rare), you can still include the experience on your resume but instead of the company's name, you can say something like this:
    • Mid-size organization in the pharmaceutical industry or
    • Small DoD contractor, or
    • Large conglomerate in the food and beverage industry, etc.

What happens next?
Take some time to think about what you learned:

  • What did you like about the project? Industry? Company?
  • What did you dislike?
  • How does this impact your career goals?

Stay in touch with the company. Continue to build the relationship. They may reach out for your help with a project in the future.

Continue to return to the Parker Dewey platform to apply for more projects. Gain additional experience and keep adding these experiences to your resume and Parker Dewey profile.

Thank you for your interest in Micro-Internships.  If you still have questions, please reach out to us at Good luck!!!