It’s Time to Apply for Our Summer Internships

For 14 years, the Cleveland Foundation Summer Internship program has provided undergraduate and graduate students with meaningful work experiences in nonprofit and public sector work.  In addition, they also get to see and experience Cleveland in a whole new light. 

Cleveland Foundation Summer Internship programOur internship program aims to:

  • Offer first-hand knowledge of the Greater Cleveland nonprofit community, its leadership, and organizations.
  • Provide meaningful career-related work experience.
  • Increase local organizations’ capacity to conduct important short-term projects.
  • Stimulate interest in a career in the nonprofit or public sectors.
  • Expose students to a broad range of public sector endeavors.

Do you know a student who is up for a challenge?  If so, please tell them to apply for our 2013 Summer Internship program.

Who should apply?

People interested in applying should:

  • Be a college junior or senior in fall of the current year, a graduate student, or a recent college graduate.
  • Exhibit interest in the nonprofit or public sectors.
  • If not a student of a local college or university, applicant must be a resident of Greater Cleveland.

Other highly desirable qualifications include:

  • A strong academic record (preferably a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or above)
  • Strong English verbal and written communications skill

How do I learn more?

Our paid internships last 11 weeks, beginning on June 3 and ending on Aug. 16, 2013. For more information and instructions on how to apply, visit our Summer Internship page on our website. You’ll also find a list of the 17 host site organizations for this summer.

The application deadline is Feb. 14, 2013.  Personal interviews with select applicants will be conducted in March, and interns will be notified of their acceptance into the program in April.

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  1. Shareemah Collins

    Hi my name is shareemah Collins. I was wondering can I still apply even thought I’m only a freshman in college.

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