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Studied Economics at Notre Dame
Companies in the US and around the world are offering opportunities to work remotely for their employees. Their biggest hesitation? A loss in productivity due to distraction or demotivation. You can improve your future career prospects—and set yourself up to be a productive remote employee—through practice. Our programs will help you gain the skill set and discipline to land a job with a high degree of autonomy and flexibility.
"We’ll never probably be the same. People who were reticent to work remotely will find that they really thrive that way. Managers who didn’t think they could manage teams that were remote will have a different perspective. I do think we won’t go back."
For a few days every week, you will work on your internship project, in your internship team as well as individually. You will have regular check-ins on your progress on your internship project from your Teaching Team dedicated mentor, who will also be on hand to answer any questions you might have. Additionally, you will continue to have weekly classes in the virtual classroom with your Head Teachers, your teaching Assistants and all your course classmates.
Your manager at your internship company will also check in with your team every week - together with your Teaching Team mentor - to answer questions you might have about your internship project, as well as to check on the direction that your project is taking, and brainstorm with your team any challenges you might be having.
There are a number of avenues for you to reach out for help if your team is stuck. You have regular check-ins with your dedicated Teaching Team mentor, as well frequent check-ins from your company manager. You have a dedicated Teaching Assistant who will respond to any of your questions via your internship team’s Slack channel. And you can always reach out to our Internship Manager for any issues you might be experiencing, whether they have to do with your internship teamwork, or anything else.
Spring 2022: January 24 - April 15
Fall 2022: Dates will be announced soon.
During each week of the program, you'll participate in your online course and internship at a schedule that is manageable with your existing college workload.
Regular Deadline: November 30
Late Deadline: December 22
Apply soon to increase your chance of admission and access to financial aid.