The summer of 2014 will be the 15th year of the Cleveland Foundation Summer Internship program. The program is based on a simple, yet effective recipe: connect undergraduate and graduate students with meaningful work-related projects.
We are looking for projects that speak to the challenges and opportunities we face as a city. This project should be important to your organization’s mission, and provide a meaningful work experience for the intern. We will provide the funding to cover the intern’s salary. We also help out by recruiting and selecting applicants. Sounds like a good deal, right?
If you can answer ‘Yes’ to the questions that follow, please consider applying to be a host site organization.
- Could your organization use some increased staff capacity for the summer of 2014 (June – August, 11 weeks, full-time)?
- Do you have an important short-term project for the intern to conduct/execute?
- Do you have the time and interest in helping to nurture and develop talent?
The deadline to apply is November 30th.
For more info and to apply, visit here.