40-Hour Micro-Internship Templates
Each of the projects below are expected to take a student about 40 hours to complete. Clicking the project name will take you to the Parker Dewey platform where you can customize and post your Micro-Internship.
Tap into a college student’s creativity to develop promotional materials for your company or organization.
Engage a student in designing a new website for your company using a popular CMS (e.g. WordPress, Squarespace, Wix, etc.) and migrate the content from your existing site to the new site.
Harness a student's attention to detail and writing skills to provide editorial support for an upcoming publication.
Student will provide support in the development of a white paper on a specific topic pertaining to the company's industry.
Student will review a website to identify potential security vulnerabilities, outline what they are and provide recommendations as to how to fix them.
Engage a student in reviewing your app to identify potential security vulnerabilities, outline what they are and provide recommendations on how to fix them.
Have an eager student develop an application programming interface (API) script that will interface and pull information from a site.
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.