About the event
Micro-Internships are short-term, paid, professional assignments that are similar to those given to new hires or interns. These projects enable students to demonstrate skills, explore career paths, and build their networks as they seek the right full-time role. Join us to learn how companies have been harnessing the benefits of Experiential Recruitment through Micro-Internships during the past five years and how you can connect with WSU students remotely this fall and beyond.
Jeffrey Moss is the Founder and CEO of Parker Dewey LLC, a company focused on addressing the challenges associated with college-to-career transitions through Micro-Internships. Prior to founding Parking Dewey, Jeffrey spent most of his career as a venture investor focusing on the education and technology sectors. In addition, Jeffrey was Chief of Enterprise Growth at Educational Testing Service (ETS) where his efforts focused on the use of assessment to drive equity in education and employment. Jeffrey currently serves on the Indiana University Kelley School of Business Alumni Board, the Purdue University College of Liberal Arts Dean’s Advisory Council, and the President’s Advisory Council of Governors State University.
Kristin Schrader is the Director of University Engagement for Parker Dewey where she collaborates with universities across the country who are interested in engaging students, employer partners, and alumni in Micro-Internship opportunities. She also serves as an adjunct professor for University of Maryland Global Campus teaching courses on college success and career planning.
Kristin has career services experience at four universities and has also worked in human resources, corporate recruiting, and training and development. A proud military spouse, she has facilitated career development workshops to transitioning service members around the world and presented at local and national career development conferences.