Student Office Hours
Next Office Hours:
Tuesday, March 28th, 1:30-2:30pm ET
Upcoming Office Hours:
Tuesday, April 25, 1:30-2:30pm ET
Tuesday, May 23, 1:30-2:30pm ET
Tuesday, June 27, 1:30-2:30pm ET
Frequently asked questions
Parker Dewey is unique in that we specialize in Micro-Internships. Our paid, professional projects give you a chance to explore a variety of career paths and industries through a short-term engagement. You'll never have to bid to work on a project, or worry about learning how to do invoicing to get paid—Parker Dewey takes care of all of that for you. In addition, employers specifically use our platform to connect with highly-motivated, curious individuals looking to take the next step towards launching their careers.
To apply for our Micro-Internships, you must sign up for a Career Launcher account. You'll then be prompted to fill out your profile and then you will be able to apply for our available projects.
Yes! International students are eligible for Micro-Internships through CPT, OPT, or a work visa. If you are an international student, please confirm with the International Student Office at your college or university to confirm you are eligible to complete Micro-Internships before applying. If you or they have questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be happy to help.
Each school has different requirements for academic credit, including the length of time and project requirements. Parker Dewey is happy to share this data with schools after project completion for credit consideration. Due to the on-demand nature and availability of Micro-Internships, we do not allow universities to require participation in Micro-Internships. Instead, we offer this as one of many opportunities for students to gain professional experience. We make no guarantee that students who have created a profile and applied for a project will be selected for an opportunity.
Parker Dewey handles paying Career Launchers directly once a project is completed. Career Launchers have the option of receiving a direct deposit or physical check. Click here to check out our Payment FAQs.