10-Hour Micro-Internship Templates
Each of the projects below are expected to take a student about 10 hours to complete. Clicking the project name will take you to the Parker Dewey platform where you can customize and post your Micro-Internship.
Student will research and draft a short article/blog on a specific topic that you will provide. The student will reference outside sources in the article, and carefully edit the final product.
Provide a student with a dataset and have them remove duplicates, update outdated records, and ensure there is consistent formatting.
Student will update a PowerPoint or Google Slide presentation into a new template that you provide.
Engage a student in developing a series of emails to help promote an upcoming initiative and drive engagement.
Get another perspective on the usability of your website. A student can provide feedback and suggestions on what you can improve.
Have a student identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats for three companies within your company’s industry.
Ask a student to review postings on Twitter, Facebook, and other social media sites that reference your company and then prepare a report summarizing key areas of feedback.
Are your competitors providing customer incentives that you’re not? Have a college student research and compare your product’s market.
Make sure your company’s job descriptions are on par with the industry standard. Let a micro-intern analyze and compare this essential data.
Is it difficult getting unbiased customer service feedback? Have a student anonymously record answers from your customer service team.
Let a college student condense essential company info for up to 20 companies into a one-page summary to always have on hand.
Your REMOTE Projects + Swarthmore Students’ Talents = SwatWorks
SwatWorks Micro-Internships are short-term, paid, professional assignments that are similar to those given to new hires or interns. These projects enable Swarthmore students to demonstrate skills, explore career paths, and build their networks, as they are mentored by Swarthmore alumni and parents.
Swarthmore students have an amazing array of skills and talents and are eager to gain experience. Please consider any short-term REMOTE projects needed by any organization with which you’re affiliated.
Thanks for the opportunity provided by SwatWorks. Having the stipend covered by the school enabled me to use an intern to help an organization that did not have the funds to pay him.
This Micro-Internship helped assist me with determining a career path by opening my eyes to other jobs and opportunities relating to the medical field other than the people working in hospitals/doctor's offices.