What is InternLink
InternLink is a non-profit built to enable students to get hands-on experience working on real-world projects mentored by industry professionals, especially during COVID-19. InternLink is modeled after Google Summer of Code (GSoC). But instead of only projects proposed from open-source organizations, individual mentors can also host projects, allowing a wider reach of students. Mentors will identify the project, and it will be published on InternLink. Students will then be able to apply for up to 3 projects, and mentors will select among the applicants as the project mentees.
Project Submission Begins
Project Applications Open
Project Application Close
Decisions Send to Students
Student Decisions Due
Waitlisted Student Decisions Due
All Projects Begin
Mentors and organizations submit their projects.
Students engage with mentors, ask questions, and apply for individual projects.
Mentors begin their selection from all student applications for their specific projects.
Students will be notified of which projects they were accepted for and whether they were waitlisted.
Accepted students will confirm with their project of choice by the end of the day, and waitlist decisions will be sent out.
Students on the waitlist will confirm with their project of choice by the end of the day.
All project groups begin each projects!