Steps to follow
1. Project Scoping & Application
Organisations fill out the Internship Form.
Learners view projects and apply.
2. Program in Action
Get an email notification when learner's are starting your micro-internship and wait for their solution.
Learners work at home or at City as a school locations.
3. Solution Demo & Feedback
Watch a screen recording of the learners presenting their solutions and give feedback.
Learners list their completed projects and your organisation on their linkedIn profile, you can follow up if you want to hire them.
What to expect
The micro-internship is short-term, lasting approximately 1-2 weeks. Organisations should tailor their expectations accordingly.
The aim is for the challenge to be real and feasible for the learners to work on within this timeframe.
Micro-internships are representative of actual work in the industry so that learners can get a feel for the kinds of activities they will be expected to do. They should also help them develop real-world skills.
✅ Recommended Actions:
Pose a challenge that is clear and feasible within the available timeframe
Clarify the challenge during the initial kick-off meeting
Provide optional extra resources and your contact for student inquiries
Provide students with positive feedback and constructive criticism
📛 What Not to Do:
Do not present a complex challenge that cannot be addressed in the limited time
Do not hold students’ hands, allow them to tackle the challenge independently
Do not assign confidential tasks as student solutions will be publicly displayed on demo day