Featured WAVE Micro-Internships
All WAVE projects can be completed for $600 and have been designed to support your needs, providing an easy way to get started.
Whether you are seeking new customers, investors, employees, or partners, a Career Launcher can get a target list with key information so you can focus on closing.
Research and segment lead-gen lists (approximately 100 individuals) based upon past interaction on our website and email engagement. Deliverables include name, company, role, and contact information.
Review the list of attendees at an upcoming conference. Determine names, contact information, a brief description of the company's offering (ie market, product, etc.), and recent press highlight that may impact our ability to sell to them.
Whether you need data aggregated or filtered, contact records merged and de-duped, or data cleansed and appended, you'll receive a reviewed and corrected version of data from a Career Launcher.
Finding the data to understand the total addressable market size, competitive insights, funding history, emerging trends, and other key insights is often time consuming. Get help from a college student who is excited to dig in.
Hearing directly from market participants can be extremely beneficial. A Career Launcher can help you develop and execute a survey to help you uncover hidden insights.
When you have content ideas but no time for the first pass, look to the research and writing skills of college students.
Spending too much time creating presentations for prospects, clients, or others? A Career Launcher will take the information you provide and convert it into a presentation that you or your team can use to effectively convey your message.
Create three case studies to be used for marketing purposes. Use information provided to draft the customer’s problem, alternatives considered, why they chose us, and impact of working with us.
Enlist a Career Launcher to develop an email marketing campaign of 3-5 emails to help us promote an upcoming initiative/product.
Bring on a Micro-Intern to assist in the development of a diversity best practices manual. Identify between 10 and 20 thoughtful articles that highlight the importance of diversity in organizations, best practices, and challenges when best practices are not implemented.
Get help from a college student or recent grad to identify and research prospective candidates that are qualified for one or more of your open roles.
How it Works
I know that I am getting bright, intellectually curious, and motivated talent. I also find it personally fulfilling to give back to my school in the form of mentorship and capability-building in a live work setting. It's a rare opportunity to create "wins" for my company, the school, the students, and myself!
Sr VP of Strategy & Business Development,
While we were focused on just getting some help on a project, we quickly realized that the student was incredible, and ultimately hired her as a summer intern. We saw her work ethic and skills, and got an inside track on hiring her.
Director of Technology & Civic Innovation
I like that there's no commitment. I posted a project to see who would apply, and now I have some amazing college students and recent graduates helping me.
Head of Employee Success,