Georgetown University Virtual Immersions & Experiential Work (GU VIEW) Program
The Georgetown Virtual Immersions and Experiential Work (VIEW) program creates opportunities for students across all undergraduate disciplines, to gain skills and experiences in the virtual workplace during this period of economic uncertainty.
The program reaches out to alumni to offer part-time projects, up to 50 hours of work across 2-6 weeks, sometimes called “micro-internships.” These projects can be in any functional area (e.g., communications, writing/editing, marketing, research, analysis) in any industry (e.g. business, education, entertainment/media, non-profit, law, public sector) and should be an opportunity for students to grow their skills.
Alumni and Friends of Georgetown provide the project description and preferences and the Cawley Career Education Center matches a student(s) with the required skills and interest.
Not sure what a VIEW project might look like? See some previously submitted examples below.
Marketing/Social Media Projects
- We are looking for a content creator to produce engaging social media posts and develop a social media campaign targeting our audience within healthcare. While it is not necessary to have a healthcare background, we are looking for a student who is passionate to make an impact for the elderly.
- Research and write a series of articles focused on marketing techniques and business development tools tailored to a $122B sports industry. Students will work on writing concisely and with client focus. Where available, students may also work on grant proposals. Articles will be published in company’s digital resource center and disseminated via various social media channels. Articles may also be cross published in industry media publications, as appropriate.
- We are seeking multiple students to help us with grant proposal writing. These roles will be high-responsibility with coaching and frequent check ins. Time Commitment is 5 hours/week. Preferred Qualification(s): Some interest in and familiarity with economics, political science, and/or activism.
The next iteration of VIEW will take place in Spring of 2021. Students who identify as Black, indigenous, or a Person of Color are especially encouraged to apply. Projects will be posted in late November/early December for student application. Please keep checking this space for more information.