Learn How Micro-Internships Can Help Solve Bank Hiring Challenges

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 connect with students in this virtual environment, micro-internships can be a valuable tool. BankTalentHQ, an SDBA endorsed vendor, has partnered with Parker Dewey, an organization which specializes in coordinating the innovative concept of micro-internships.

Micro-internships are short-term, professional projects that typically require between 10 to 40 hours of work by the college student or recent grad and are due within a few days to a few weeks. While the projects may not be the best use of time for you or your team, college students and recent grads are excited to gain professional experience.  As a result, not only do you get on-demand support, but this also allows banks to see if someone is a good fit for a permanent role.

BankTalentHQ will hold a free webinar on Tuesday, April 13, at noon CDT to learn more about Parker Dewey and micro-internships. Join BankTalentHQ for a demo and walkthrough of how this scalable concept supports financial service companies and students alike.  Learn more and register for the webinar

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