An internship is a pre-professional work experience related to a student's major or career goals. Internships may take place over one semester or for a customized period of time. They may be paid or unpaid, full-time or part-time. An ideal internship is one that reflects a partnership among the sponsoring organization, the student, and Case Western Reserve University. The learning contract and support of the Career Center distinguishes an internship from other workplace experiences, and students within all majors and colleges may participate. No credit or transcript notation is awarded for successful completion.
On-Campus Internship Resources
Cleveland Leadership Center
The Cleveland Leadership Center is a network of college students and area professionals focused on keeping the best and brightest minds in Northeast Ohio.
NEO Talent Exchange
Find Northeast Ohio internships posted by 17 colleges and universities. Students can self-register, upload a resume and apply for internship positions.
Summer on the Cuyahoga
Summer on the Cuyahoga (SOTC) is a unique summer internship program open to students of CWRU, Colgate, Cornell, OWU, Smith, University of Chicago and Yale. The program brings together 75-90 students for an intensive summer immersion program designed to help interns explore the professional, civic, and social offerings of the Cleveland area. SOTC offers students challenging internships, community introductions, alumni connections and group housing for the summer. Students accepted into the program enroll their experience in the Practicum Program (fee waived).
The Cleveland Foundation Summer Internship Program
Since 1999, the Cleveland Foundation has conducted a summer internship program that provides undergraduates, graduate students, and recent graduates an opportunity to work for 11 weeks in Cleveland-area nonprofit organizations and governmental agencies.
The Washington Center
Summer and semester long internship program endorsed through the Political Science Department.