Micro-Internship Student Application Form

You may receive a text/phone call about the status of your application

The Micro-Internship and Mentoring Program is designed to assist First Generation and BIPOC students.

Do you identify as a First Generation and/or Black, Indigenous, or a Person of Color (BIPOC) student?(Required)

At this time, we are not able to offer opportunities to students who require additional authorization to work in the United States.

Micro-Internship Application Questions

Please check the projected time requirements of this particular opportunity to ensure it is a fit for your availability.
Indicate your typical availability to work below (check all that apply)(Required)
These would be times you are willing and able to work. You may not be required to work during all of these times. Final schedule will be determined between you and your Supervisor/Mentor.
Examples of skills: teamwork, problem-solving, analytical, quantitative, verbal communication, written communication, initiative, leadership, technical, flexibility, adaptability, computer skills, interpersonal, creativity, strategic, attention to detail, organizational, technical, research, time management, rapport building, motivating others, teaching, multitasking, meeting goals, planning, following through, etc.
Have you met with a University Career Services Coordinator of the Micro-Internship and Mentoring Program?(Required)