Resources for Micro-Interns

    Just selected for your first Micro-Internship? Check out these resources to help you along the way.

    Getting started

    It's normal to feel nervous after being selected for a Micro-Internship but remember, the project manager reviewed your profile and felt confident in your ability to complete the project successfully! Below are resources to help Micro-Interns make the most out of their short-term project experience. 

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    Tips for a Successful Micro-Internship
    Quick Tips

    Review five key tips to have a successful Micro-Internship.

    Email templates to copy, edit, and send to Micro-Intership managers.
    Email Templates

    Use these email templates to communicate effectively with your Micro-Internship manager.

    Micro-Lessons help you get started on common Micro-Internship projects.
    Micro Lessons

    Get best practices for some of the most common Micro-Internship projects. Each micro lesson provides an overview of the process, why it matters to companies, steps, examples and templates, and other resources.

    Learn how to list Micro-Internships on your resume or LinkedIn profile.
    Add Micro-Internships to your resume

    Learn how to list Micro-Internships on your resume or LinkedIn profile.

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