Learn about CSU’s innovative new program to connect students and grads with professional development opportunities.

Join us Tuesday, March 8 at 12:30 pm MT.

Colorado State University is excited to announce a new way where our community of businesses can connect with highly-motivated CSU students and recent grads.  Micro-Internships are short-term, paid professional projects designed to serve as a bridge to future employment opportunities.

CSU has partnered with Parker Dewey to connect our students/grads with these opportunities.  Please join Jeffrey Moss, Parker Dewey’s Founder/CEO, to hear:

  • an overview on how Micro-Internships work,
  • examples of the types of projects students can complete, and
  • how these short-term projects create equitable access to professional careers in our community.

Register for Webinar

Whether you’re in need of on-demand project support, looking for a scalable win-win to connect with students from underrepresented backgrounds, or looking for ways to get work done with an ever-growing to-do list, Micro-Internships are a valuable tool. This demo and walkthrough shows how this scalable concept supports organizations and local students and grads.

For more information, and to get started, visit: https://info.parkerdewey.com/colostate/featured