How it Works
As an ASA supporter, you can have any of these completed by a current student or alum, making it easy to give back and stay productive. Clicking the project name will take you to the Parker Dewey platform so you can customize/post your Micro-Internship.
Create a market analysis for a specific industry. As part of this, determine and provide details on existing companies in the space. In addition, determine trends associated with the growth of the space and key drivers of success or failure.
Identify 25 companies/contacts in a defined market that fall under our ideal customer profile. Once identified, provide the company name and contact information (name, position, phone, and verified email) for key decision makers.
Research and segment lead generation lists (approximately 100 individuals) based upon past interaction on our website and email engagement. Deliverables include name, company, role, and contact information.
When you have content ideas but no time for the first pass, look to the research and writing skills of college students.
Creating a quality social media content calendar is time consuming. Give an eager student the opportunity to develop it for you.
Get help from a college student or recent grad to identify and research prospective candidates that are qualified for one or more of your open roles.
Assist in the development of a diversity best practices manual. Identify between 10 and 20 thoughtful articles that highlight the importance of diversity in organizations, best practices, and potential challenges. Summarize key points in a single document.
Have a student make various changes to an existing website. This could include reformatting changes, revising text, changing images, etc.
Engage a student in conducting a comprehensive UX test of your website and provide suggestions for improvement.
Utilize a student's research skills to review data that you provide and input the most valuable insights into a report, infographic or slide deck.
Leverage the attention to detail of a student to assist with reconciling your accounts receivable.
I know that I am getting bright, intellectually curious, and motivated talent. I also find it personally fulfilling to give back to my school in the form of mentorship and capability-building in a live work setting. It's a rare opportunity to create "wins" for my company, the school, the students, and myself!
Sr VP of Strategy & Business Development,
While we were focused on just getting some help on a project, we quickly realized that the student was incredible, and ultimately hired her as a summer intern. We saw her work ethic and skills, and got an inside track on hiring her.
Director of Technology & Civic Innovation
I like that there's no commitment. I posted a project to see who would apply, and now I have some amazing college students and recent graduates helping me.
Head of Employee Success,