The Kansas Micro-Internship program supports the Kansas Board of Regents’ “Building a Future” strategic plan and the Kansas Department of Commerce’s aim to “connect businesses, job seekers, educational institutions and training providers to ensure the state’s workforce is equipped to meet industry needs and to help create economic success for Kansas.”  Funding for the KMI program has been provided by the DeBruce Foundation and the Strada Education Foundation.

Micro-Internships are short-term, paid, professional assignments in business analytics, communications, finance, human resources, information technology, marketing, research, social media and many other areas. These projects can be completed remotely year-round and typically range from 10 to 40 hours of work.

 Student Requirements  Employer Requirements
  • Be a Kansas based business, nonprofit organization or entrepreneur
  • Select an eligible undergraduate Kansas student
  • Set the project fee equal to a salary of $15 - $20 per hour
 Student Benefits  Employer Benefits
  • Projects available all year                 
  • Projects can be completed remotely
  • Expanded career network
  • Gain new skills and experience
  • Get paid 90% of the project fee
  • On-demand help all year
  • No paperwork required
  • Enhanced talent pipeline
  • Reduced recruitment/hiring costs
  • First two projects (up to $500 each) are free until the grant funds have been depleted


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