The Micro-Internship Programme (Deadline for Companies: 4 October, 2022)

4 October @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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The Micro-Internship Programme

What is the Micro-Internship Programme?

The Micro-Internship Programme offers organisations the opportunity to provide voluntary learning and development opportunities to Oxford students in the form of micro-internship placements. Placements last 2-5 days and take place in the student’s vacation periods. Placements can take place fully in person, fully remote or a hybrid of both.
• Fully remote (Available to all hosts)
• Fully in person (Only available to those organisations based in the UK)
• Hybrid of both (Only available to those organisations based in the UK)

Placements are voluntary
As placements are voluntary and unpaid, micro-internship host employers must reimburse students with both local travel and reasonable lunch expenses on submission of receipts for any day the student physically attends their placement. If the micro-intern completes the placement remotely from home, it is not anticipated the micro-intern will incur any local travel or lunch expenses and so reimbursement will not be required.

What type of projects?
Each placement should provide an intern or group of interns with an opportunity to observe and assist with a clearly defined project, offering them the chance to develop their knowledge and employability. Projects the interns can help with can be anything from social media strategies and data collection, to event planning and product development. We are happy to review any potential project ideas you might have.

. Projects can be submitted from Monday 5 September until the deadline of Tuesday 4 October.

The placements are scheduled to take place, Monday 5 December-Friday 9 December and/or Monday 12 December-Friday 16 December 2022.

Any questions: hello@careers.ox.ac.uk

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4 October
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