Virtual Career-Building Workshop

By Manhattan Tech on April 7, 2021

The new Kansas Micro-Internships program was launched in February 2021 and is open to all students enrolled in the 32 Kansas public colleges and universities. More than 500 students have already registered, and most of the participating institutions are actively encouraging their students to do the same.

Virtual Career-Building Workshop

DeBruce Foundation is hosting a free 1/2-day hands-on, virtual career-building workshop for college students from 10 am to 2 pm on Saturday, April 17th.

The workshop is designed to help college students find and succeed in virtual internships, but they must register for the free workshop at the url below by Monday, April 12th.

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When you are launching your career, Micro-Internships provide a tremendous opportunity. Not only can you explore different careers through paid hands-on experience, you can also demonstrate your abilities to potential employers while building your professional portfolio and network.

To be eligible for this program you must:

  • Be enrolled in a two or four-year public college or university in Kansas.
  • Complete the Agile Work Profiler. Feel free to upload a PDF of your results into the Documents section of your Parker Dewey profile if you would like your results to be visible to an organization after applying for the organization's project.
  • Create your account on Parker Dewey. Be sure to add Kansas Micro-Internship Program to your profile in the Affiliations section.
  • Apply to all projects that interest you.