Educational Technology

June 18, 2019

From badges to performance reviews, here’s how colleges are reinventing the Work-Study job

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By James Paterson, Education Dive

One idea comes from Chicago-based education technology firm Parker Dewey. Its online platform features a directory of short-term micro-internships that give students between five and 40 hours of paid experience in work such as content creation, candidate sourcing, market research and lead generation. “It is a win-win in several ways,” said Jeffrey Moss, Parker Dewey’s founder and CEO. “Companies test out a student interested in their firm and fill a need for handling a short-term project.” For colleges and universities, it promises better job placement and stronger employer relationships.

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