Students, Practice your Skills and Get Employed!

Students should graduate ready to work. But, that isn't always the case. Immerse yourself in real business projects that will equip you with the skills to succeed in your career, courtesy of HubSpot’s Partner Education Program.



Your Knowledge at Work

Solving challenges for clients allows you to gain insight into your career growth and understand what pathways are right for you. 



Engage Across the Country

Students are typically the first to find trends and new technologies, and companies are hungry for your valuable perspective. 


Enhance Your Employability

When a business works directly with you, they see your skills in action and give you immediate feedback on how to improve.


Share Your Skills

Close the gap between what you have learned and what you can directly apply to solving a real business challenge. 

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    How do you start?

    HubSpot is collaborating with Parker Dewey to launch the HubSpot Micro-Internship program, which aims to bridge the gap between college and career and help students like you expand your pathways to economic growth and opportunity.  

    This program will provide those currently enrolled in a course taught by an Education Partner the opportunity to work on short-term (5-20 hours of work) paid projects (i.e. Micro-Internships) with HubSpot Customers.

    HubSpot is subsidizing up to $350 per project, per student, meaning that this is a great opportunity for you to get paid work experience within the HubSpot ecosystem. 

    Take the first step!

    1. Confirm that you're currently enrolled in a class taught by an Education Partner.
    2. Create an account on Parker Dewey and complete your profile
    3. Upload your resume, and list HubSpot under "affiliations" before applying to open projects.
    Check out this video for step-by-step instructions, and our FAQ page for answers to your questions. 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Visit our FAQs for Students here. If you're unable to find an answer to your questions there, you can also visit Parker Dewey's FAQ page here

  • Andrew _ Krupp
    Client-based learning has been the most significant aspect of my professional development. It's not a simulation. I have developed my interpersonal skills and have learned how to serve my clients' needs.
  • Tim Marshall
    HubSpot continues to provide resources and tools to help us educate the next generation of inbound marketers. [Matching] students to businesses from across the country not only enhances the student experience but also that of the faculty.
  • Nick Piskura
    Getting feedback from a client makes you realize that the work we do is more than just an assignment, its someone's livelihood we're affecting. It helps to make what we learn real
  • Julia Petry_H
    Working with a client gives you the opportunity to apply what you have learned in a real way. That practical application helps to further develop your skills as a marketer beyond what can be learned in the classroom