Career Year is a 12-month career development program for first- and second-year students, with priority for underrepresented minority and first-generation college students. The program provides workshops, small group projects and other exciting activities to get you thinking about and taking action on your career. Through the program, you will connect with employers and alumni to help you secure a Cleveland-based summer internship.
Collegiate Connections is an invitation-only mentoring program that matches first-year students with a student mentor who will provide academic, professional and social support. Your mentor is an important resource as you explore academic programs, research your interests and discover career paths.
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The Dream Fund provides up to $2,500 to under-resourced undergraduate students to offset the costs of conference attendance, leadership development, studying abroad, living expenses related to internships, professional development, other experiential education opportunities, and more. The Dream Fund is made possible by the commitment of a generous donor who believes strongly in providing the resources for students to broaden their access to co-curricular and extracurricular activities.
Learn more and apply to the Dream Fund
Case Western Reserve University and neighboring nonprofit Esperanza, Inc. are working together to enhance the CWRU Latinx undergraduate experience by combining student support and cultural awareness with the intent to address institutional gaps and increase retention, persistence and completion.