Friday, February 10, 2023

Apply for a spring break Maroon and Gold Network Project by Sunday, Feb. 19

Get hands-on experience for your career with a short-term, professional project with the University's Maroon and Gold Network Projects program. Supported by alumni, the program connects University students with short-term, real-world professional experiences. Explore various industries, gain new skills, and make professional connections. Apply by Sunday, Feb. 19.
Get professional experience during spring break!

Get hands-on experience for your career with a short-term, professional project with the University's Maroon and Gold Network Projects program. Supported by alumni, the program provides University students the opportunity to explore various industries, gain new skills, and make professional connections. Spring break projects are available.

Projects are like micro-internships and are built around one concrete assignment. They provide an opportunity for students and new graduates to advance their academic and career goals with short-term, real-world professional experiences without the barriers presented by traditional internships. With a brief time commitment between five and 40 hours, students can complete project assignments within one week to one month. Alumni hosting projects will work directly with recipients to determine the project schedule. The program also provides alumni the opportunity to give back while gaining timely support for their company or organization.

The application deadline for spring break projects is Sunday, Feb. 19.

To learn more and get started, log into the Maroon and Gold Network Projects website.

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