This summer will be full of learning and life-enriching experiences for many Case Western Reserve University students, including research (in which 86% of students participate) and internships (69%). Among them are two recent graduates and five current students in the arts, humanities and social sciences who were selected for highly competitive (and paid!) Cleveland Foundation internships.
During the Cleveland Foundation “summer of purpose,” these CWRU students are bolstering Cleveland’s thriving nonprofit and public sectors... while building their skills as they become the next generation of community leaders.
Zoe Bale, 2021 graduate
Accounting major; pursuing Master of Accountancy at CWRU
Anna Cormier, junior
Majoring in international studies, theater and childhood studies
Ingrid Gillies, junior
Majoring in economics and political science
Colin Hawkinson, senior
Majoring in classics
Fatima Rahman, 2021 graduate
Majored in international studies; combined graduate study, Master of Nonprofit Organizations
Yoshmar Pinal-Alfaro, senior
Majoring in political science
Hannah Xu, senior
Majoring in psychology
Picture your summers as a CWRU student and the good that will come from them.