How a Midwestern City Leads the Way in Supporting Local Students, Businesses, and Nonprofits

Join Parker Dewey's Director of Partnerships, Kristin Schrader, as she moderates a panel discussion with University of Cincinnati, local nonprofit, and business leaders on their use of Micro-Internships to connect and engage students.

Our panelists include:

  • Teja Bollimunta, CEO of Brainwave and student at University of Cincinnati
  • Paula Harper, Manager of Partnership Development at University of Cincinnati
  • Carl Labanz, Venture Analyst at CincyTech
Each will share how connecting with students via Parker Dewey alleviated the need for payroll services and HR paperwork for short-term hires and allows their respective organizations to focus on their missions while also supporting career exploration for Cincinnati students. 

Learn how your city or region can attract and retain high-potential talent by engaging them in short-term, paid, real-work projects.

Now Available On-Demand!