Nine CWRU students land prestigious Cleveland Foundation summer internships

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This summer, nine Case Western Reserve University students will embark on a “Summer of Purpose” as they begin their Cleveland Foundation Summer Internships.

The Cleveland Foundation Summer Internship Program is a full-time, 11-week paid summer internship. Interns are placed with Cleveland-area nonprofit organizations and governmental agencies to advance the Cleveland Foundation’s mission to enhance the Greater Cleveland region and cultivate the next generation of community leaders.

Internship host sites showcase the depth, breadth and diversity of Cleveland’s civic sector and the impressive work being done to advance economic and community development; celebrate culture and the arts; and promote education, equity and inclusion.

Learn about what CWRU students will be doing during their “Summer of Purpose” by reading the announcement blog post on the Cleveland Foundation website.