Matching your Remote Internship
Once your remote internship focused project is published, you can apply to available opportunities with academic institutions and receive requests from educators as well.
When searching for opportunities, you can browse by subject category, or location. Remember most educators are open to working with companies located anywhere. You can also look for details like the number of hours, and student level to give you a sense of where will be the best fit.
When you submit a project to a course, be aware that this isn't a firm commitment to work with that course. What this does is submit an "application" that the educator can accept or decline within 14 days. It also creates a message thread where you can interact with the educators, ask question, and confirm if it's the right match.
Pro tip: make sure to read the Commitments section on any course you apply to. Especially for remote internships; some programs will require a stipend or hourly wage, and if you are applying to participate we'll assume that you are willing to provide this.
Check out examples, or get started directly from the links below.