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Edward R. Murrow College of Communication

MICRO-INTERNSHIPS & PRACTICUM

Businesses are “unbundling” their work and making them more time-sensitive and project-based. In the world of communication, there is a demand for projects focused on content creation and social media management. 

Micro-internships are generally short-term opportunities that range from 10 to 40 hours each. Like regular internships, micro-internships can be paid or unpaid, depending upon the project. 

For more information about micro-internships and practicum, contact
Angela Schweigert, Academic and Career Advisor
angela.schweigert@wsu.edu
Phone: (509) 335-7333

WHERE CAN I FIND MICRO-INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES?

Parker Dewey is a leader in remote micro internships. Once you create a profile on the website, you can access all listed opportunities and apply for jobs within the Parker Dewey system. They facilitate communication with businesses and help to troubleshoot any issues that arise.

ACCESS PARKER DEWEY THROUGH ASCC HERE

Additionally, remote internship opportunities can be found in many of the same places you would perform a traditional internship or job search.

VIRTUAL WORK EXPERIENCE OPPORTUNITIES

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Looking for other ways to beef up your resume? InsideSherpa offers free simulation case studies of real business situations in a self-paced online module formatProjects take 5-6 hours to complete and simulations are created by industry professionalsWhile unpaid, all projects are considered professional experience and can be included on your resume. 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES