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This web page provides students with additional access to the information that comes into Levin College. Current CSU students are encouraged to utilize CSU Handshake, through the University’s Office of Career Services (https://www.csuohio.edu/career-services). Please note this is an archive of past internships that are no longer active.For current College internships see the internships page

Levin College occasionally receives internship announcements which may be of interest to Urban Affairs students. As announcements are received, they will be posted below. For more information about a particular position, please contact the associated organization directly.

All internships are posted for informational purposes only and at the discretion of the College. Postings may be denied or removed without notice. Levin College makes no guarantee as to the completeness / correctness of the information listed below.

Levin College students interested in taking UST 490/690 Urban Internship should complete this internship application and contact Mr. Rob Ziol, Director of Center for Public and Nonprofit Management.


 
Posting Date: 8/31/22
Position: Multiple Internships
Company: Citizens Climate Higher Education
 
Fellowships and internships with CCL are enriching learning experiences working with our expert staff and volunteer leaders. Our fellows and interns go onto top graduate schools and careers in environmental, political, or nonprofit fields. Fellowships are paid positions and internships are volunteer, with the exception of our legislative program (both internships and fellowships are paid). All work with CCL staff. Fellowships tend to go to students with more experience and education. Internships are usually 8 - 10 hours a week for a semester or 15 weeks.
 
Positions currently open include: Campus Organizing Interns, College Outreach Intern, Conservative Outreach Intern, Diversity and Inclusion or D&I Fellow, Latinos Engagement Fellow, Citizens' Climate Radio, Communications Intern, Legislative Interns & Fellows.
 
Note: Most positions are remote / work from home.
 
Application Deadline: The deadline for Spring 2023 opportunities is October 1st.
 
 

 
Posting Date: 8/31/22
Position: Intern, Building and Housing, Demolition Bereau
Company: City of Cleveland
 
The Demolition Bureau is seeking an intern to assist with data organization, the creation of a file tracking system, and assistance with the establishment of a new bidding system. In addition, we are launching a new set of specifications for site finishing and are seeking assistance spot-checking compliance and tracking contractor performance.
 
Application Deadline: 09/30/2022
 
 

 
Posting Date: 8/30/22
Position: Internship Positions at the Cleveland Council on World Affairs: Fall 2022
Company: Cleveland Council on World Affairs
 
Since 1923, the Cleveland Council on World Affairs (CCWA) has served as the resource for increasing understanding of international affairs and engaging globally minded citizens in Greater Cleveland. CCWA inspires engagement in international affairs through a vibrant lecture series, educational outreach to schools and universities, opportunities to engage in citizen diplomacy through professional and student exchanges, and continuing education and professional development programs.
 
 

 
Posting Date: 8/24/22
Position: City Planning Commission Vision Zero Intern 
Company: City of Cleveland 
 
The City Planning Commission envisions a thriving urban community resilient in the face of changing regional, national, and global conditions. The department is an advocate for the preservation and establishment of prosperous communities that are authentic and diverse, providing equitable access to the resources necessary for residents to thrive. We accomplish this by enhancing physical development, preserving the City’s history, and creating places for people that are healthy, sustainable and vibrant for current and future generations. The department has up to 30 staff members who oversee the City Planning Commission, the Landmarks Commission, the Board of Zoning Appeals, and the Board of Building Standards and Appeals.
 
Application Deadline: 9/30/2022 11:59 PM
 
 

 

Posting Date: 8/24/22
Position: City Planning Commission Intern
Company: City of Cleveland 
 
The City Planning Commission envisions a thriving urban community resilient in the face of changing regional, national, and global conditions. The department is an advocate for the preservation and establishment of prosperous communities that are authentic and diverse, providing equitable access to the resources necessary for residents to thrive. We accomplish this by enhancing physical development, preserving the City’s history, and creating places for people that are healthy, sustainable and vibrant for current and future generations. The department has up to 30 staff members who oversee the City Planning Commission, the Landmarks Commission, the Board of Zoning Appeals, and the Board of Building Standards and Appeals
 
Responsibilities:
  • Manage and assist with the administrative functions of the Planning Commission, Landmarks Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals and Board of Building Standards, including setting up virtual public meetings and streaming access and managing the slide decks during meetings.
  • Administration of permitting processes, including the intake of temporary outdoor dining and parklet applications, land bank applications in conjunction with the Department of Community Development.
  • Assist with creating GIS maps on request.
  • Support for the Neighborhood Planning staff, as needed.
  • Support for the Landmarks staff, as needed.
  • Assistance with special projects of the department such as records retention, neighborhood initiatives and mobility projects.
Application Deadline: 9/30/2022 11:59 PM
 
 

 
Posting Date: 8/24/22
Position: Community Development Intern
Company: City of Cleveland 
 
We are committed to improving the quality of life in the City of Cleveland by strengthening our neighborhoods through successful housing rehabilitation efforts, commercial rehabilitation efforts, new housing construction, homeownership, and community-focused human services.
Under general supervision, assists with special projects that require the exercise of a substantial degree of independent judgment. The Community Development Intern will focus on creating a Developer Guide that will include creating a process map that spans different departments.
 
Application Deadline: 9/30/2022 11:59 PM
 
 

 
Posting Date: 8/24/22
Position: City Planning Commission Shared Mobility Intern
Company: City of Cleveland
 
The City Planning Commission envisions a thriving urban community resilient in the face of changing regional, national, and global conditions. The department is an advocate for the preservation and establishment of prosperous communities that are authentic and diverse, providing equitable access to the resources necessary for residents to thrive. We accomplish this by enhancing physical development, preserving the City’s history, and creating places for people that are healthy, sustainable and vibrant for current and future generations. The department has up to 30 staff members who oversee the City Planning Commission, the Landmarks Commission, the Board of Zoning Appeals, and the Board of Building Standards and Appeals.
 
Application Deadline: 9/30/22 11:59 PM
 
 

Posting Date: 9/08/22

Position: GIS Intern
Company/Organization: City of Canton Jobs

The City of Canton Water Department is seeking an individual for the position of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Intern. The intern is responsible for assisting staff and management in the development and maintenance of GIS projects and databases.
Applicants must possess a high school diploma or equivalent, a valid driver’s license, and have completed or be enrolled in a recognized curriculum at an institution of higher education in Geographical Information Systems or closely related program.
 
Application Deadline: 9/9/22
 
 

 
Posting Date: 9/08/22
Position: Office Assistant/Clerk
Company/Organization: Shoreway Reality Group
 
Job description: We need a highly motivated and organized individual to help facilitate the everyday duties of a real estate, as a part-time Office Assistant. The hours are 15 to 20hrs weekly and the compensation is $18/20 per hour. Duties include, but aren't limited to:  -Communication. You can listen and say information clearly when you speak or write  -Answering phone calls. -Assisting clients with purchasing -Managing property searches -Scheduling viewings, creating listings, and communicating between parties. Job functions: You will be working Remotely, and independently most days, with the ability to initiate the follow-through for task completion. Highly Organized and Detail Oriented- The ability to organize your workflow and prioritize according. Ability to work independently combined with excellent interpersonal skills.  
Interested candidates should forward their resume and cover letter to: (Robertbrooks@realtyagent.com)
 

 
Posting Date: 9/6/22
Position: Non-Profit Management Intern
Company/Organization: Daily Dose of Reading
 
Work directly with the Executive Director on strategic planning, board development, fundraising, programming and/or marketing projects from planning to implementation for a small, early literacy non-profit.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 9/06/22
Position: Internship
Company: Brooklyn City Council
 
Meg is looking for an intern who is interested in local politics or local policy and wants to gain relevant experience. The intern should be a self-starter who has access to a computer and internet. Relevant coursework includes grant writing, local government, political science, public policy, or similar courses, but these are not necessary for internship. The internship will be around 10 hours per week with flexible hours, primarily discretionary to the intern. Check-ins (either virtually or in person) occur weekly at a set time to review the work from the previous week and lay out the expectation for the upcoming week.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 9/01/22
Position: School Nutrition Internship Program
Company: School Nutrition
 
This internship has flexibility to be geared toward the intern’s specific interest. Below are some areas that we can offer:
Position Description:
· Assist Area Supervisor with day-to-day operations of school cafeterias
· Conduct site visits with Area Supervisor at specific school sites
· Assist with training and professional development for school-based staffed
· Assist in researching and applying for grants
· Help increase our meal participation for breakfast and lunch through engaging ideas, promotional events, etc.
· Work with staffing coordinator on on-boarding, job fairs, other career events
· Complete special projects pertaining to interns’ interest
· Other office duties as assigned
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 8/30/22
Position: Internship Positions at the Cleveland Council on World Affairs: Fall 2022
Company: Cleveland Council on World Affairs
 
Since 1923, the Cleveland Council on World Affairs (CCWA) has served as the resource for increasing understanding of international affairs and engaging globally minded citizens in Greater Cleveland. CCWA inspires engagement in international affairs through a vibrant lecture series, educational outreach to schools and universities, opportunities to engage in citizen diplomacy through professional and student exchanges, and continuing education and professional development programs.
 
 

 
Posting Date: 8/24/22
Position: Zoning Division – GIS Intern
Company: City of Euclid
 
The City of Euclid, Ohio, seeks a qualified, energetic candidate to join the Department of Planning and Development team as an intern, for either Fall 2022 or longer in alliance with a successful candidate’s goals.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 8/23/22
Position: Human Resources Intern
Company: Playhouse Square
 
Playhouse Square is looking for an outgoing and motivated individual with excellent communication skills to take on our challenging and exciting position of Human Resources Intern. 
RESPONSIBILITIES
  1. Embrace Playhouse Square values and programs that further Diversity, Equity and Inclusion within the department.
  2. Update non-payroll related items in HRMS system.
  3. Assist with phone prescreens, interview scheduling, and reference checking.
  4. Assemble and replenish supplies for new hire packets.
  5. Assist with new hire orientation.
  6. Provide project assistance as needed for HR; assist with mailings, employee events.
  7. General office duties including filing, copying, label making, distribution of information and reports to other departments.
  8. Assist with tracking vacation and sick time.
  9. Assist with administration of the Rounds of Applause program.
  10. Assist with keeping manual current.
  11. Respond to employment applicants using formatted letters.
  12. Assist with updates to the AllCast website as needed.
  13. Provide switchboard relief as necessary.
  14. Perform other human resources duties as assigned.
Application Deadline:N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 8/10/22
Position: Social Media Intern
Company/Organization: Northeast Ohio Voter Advocates
 
Northeast Ohio Voter Advocates (NOVA) is excited to hire a Social Media Intern for the Fall of 2022. NOVA’s mission is to register people to vote in underserved communities. NOVA is a non-partisan organization that works to expand voter participation so all voices are heard in our democracy.
 
The Social Media Intern will work with NOVA’s Board and staff members to align the organization's mission with our social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram) and marketing strategy. The intern will expand the organization’s online presence and increase and maintain engagement with voter registration and volunteer activities.
 
Application Deadline: August 26, 2022
 
 

 
Posting Date: 8/8/22
Position: HR Intern
Company/Organization: Snider-Blake Personnel
 
We are seeking a student intern for our Independence, Ohio office. This internship is in person starting in August 2022 and can continue through December 2022. There may be an opportunity to extend the internship into the second semester of the school year if you desire. The pay rate is $16 per hour.
 
This internship will provide candidate with opportunities to a vast amount of experience in human resources.
 
Duties and Responsibilities: 
  • Support team in administrative tasks throughout the office
  • Interview and screen applicants 
  • Assist with employment forms and documents 
  • Place candidates in job openings
 

 
Posting Date: 8/4/22
Postion: CDC Advancement Intern
Company/Organization: Cleveland Neighborhood Progress
 
The CDC Advancement Intern will assist in the management of the Neighbor to Neighbor Cleveland Program, consisting of neighborhood-level outreach facilitated by each community’s respective CDC. The CDC Advancement Intern will support this work through coordinating with CDCs to ensure they are adequately supported and informed, while also liaising between relevant parties. The CDC Advancement Intern will be a key component of the CDC Advancement team and support a variety of projects and initiatives.
 
 

 
Posting Date: 08/03/22
Position: Administrative Intern - FALL 2022
Company/Organization: CleveLawn
 
CleveLawn is a local non-profit organization that was established in 2019. Our mission is to reduce violence and poverty throughout Cleveland. With our workforce development model, we help these communities by training them with the skills and behaviors required for success in workforce. CleveLawn focuses on breaking down the barriers of entry for second chance citizens, individuals in long term recovery, and at-risk youth. Our vision is to beautify and sustain marginalized communities in the greater Cleveland area.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 08/03/22
Position: Administrative Intern - SPRING 2023
Company/Organization: CleveLawn
 
CleveLawn is a local non-profit organization that was established in 2019. Our mission is to reduce violence and poverty throughout Cleveland. With our workforce development model, we help these communities by training them with the skills and behaviors required for success in workforce. CleveLawn focuses on breaking down the barriers of entry for second chance citizens, individuals in long term recovery, and at-risk youth. Our vision is to beautify and sustain marginalized communities in the greater Cleveland area.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 08/03/22
Position:  - Social Media Handler - FALL 2022
Company/Organization: CleveLawn
 
In this position, the intern’s main responsibilities will be to work with the executive team to organize, maintain, and plan for our social media platforms to grow our community presence. The candidate will also be required to maintain and plan our social media influencer program. The candidate will have the opportunity to express their creative freedom and utilize coursework knowledge in a real-world application.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 08/03/22
Position:  - Social Media Handler - SPRING 2023
Company/Organization: CleveLawn
 
In this position, the intern’s main responsibilities will be to work with the executive team to organize, maintain, and plan for our social media platforms to grow our community presence. The candidate will also be required to maintain and plan our social media influencer program. The candidate will have the opportunity to express their creative freedom and utilize coursework knowledge in a real-world application.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 08/02/22
Position: GEM Administrative Intern
Company/Organization: Greenlink Analytics Inc
 
Greenlink Analytics (GLA) seeks an intern who has an interest in the environmental space, a collaborative mindset and is eager to grow their experience in project management related tasks by assisting with daily administrative operations, database management, and community outreach. The intern will also have the role of assisting with data collection and reporting in regards to platform metrics. This person will help to strengthen the user base experience for GEM users while also supporting other tasks surrounding the platform as needed.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/8/22
Position: Planning Internship
Company/Organization: City of Shaker Heights

The City of Shaker Heights Planning Department is seeking a part-time intern to assist planning staff with ongoing projects and department responsibilities. This is an unpaid, volunteer position for Fall 2022; in-person 10-15 hours per week. The position is available from approximately September through December.

The department is involved with many different responsibilities and projects at any one time. The internship is designed to provide students with practical, hands-on planning experience with experienced planning staff on implementation of daily planning administration activities as well as current city projects. Interns will be invited to observe or participate in a variety of meetings whenever appropriate.

Project work may include assistance in the following areas:

  • Grant writing, research, collect and organize data, document buildings/sites, and community engagement.
  • Conduct research, attend meetings, and draft minutes for the Landmark Commission.
  • Fieldwork, including zoning compliance inspections.
  • Inventory bike facility signage.
  • Create graphics, maps, and geospatial data for both illustrative and analysis purposes, including updating the City’s zoning map.

Application Deadline: N/A (Open Untill Filled)

Learn more about this position.


Posting Date: 5/27/22
Position: CDC Advancement Intern
Company/Organization: 

The CDC Advancement Intern will assist in the management of the Neighbor to Neighbor Cleveland Program, consisting of neighborhood-level outreach facilitated by each community’s respective CDC. The CDC Advancement Intern will support this work through coordinating with CDCs to ensure they are adequately supported and informed, while also liaising between relevant parties. The CDC Advancement Intern will be a key component of the CDC Advancement team and support a variety of projects and initiatives.

Key Responsibilities

  • Work with the Manager of Community Organizing in Overseeing N2N Cleveland Program:
    • Track and update N2N performance metrics
    • Attend and support regular meetings with CDC engagement staff to discuss their deployment efforts and take detailed notes
    • Support relationship building and reporting with various partners involved in the program
    • Work with CNP CDC Advancement staff on reporting to funders
  • Maintain the weekly newsletter which goes out to the N2N community engagement specialists
    • Research and compile relevant information into a simple format and distribute
  • Support the work of the CDC Advancement staff including researching and supporting capacity building and professional development trainings and workshops, attending and supporting CDC Advancement working group and committees, and supporting the development of related research and data products.
Application Deadline: N/A, however Internship runs from August 1st, 2022- February 1st, 2023
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/27/22
Position: Intern
Company/Organization: Zoningworx
 
Responsibilities:
  • Prepare Zoning Reports under the guidance of company management
  • Research municipalities and file FOIA reports on various campaigns for Zoningworx
  • Prospect Leads for Zoningworx and help build company database
  • Create ideas for a seamless process to return zoning reports to clients in a timely fashion
  • Other administrative duties assigned by company management
Application Deadline: August 10, 2022
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/14/22
Position: Intern
Company/Organization: Office of the Council (City of Cleveland)
 
The ideal candidate will be enrolled in an educational program at the start of the internship and have an enthusiasm for public policy, community organizing, political science, economics, communications, and public relations.
 
Application Deadline: August 12, 2022
 
 

 

Posting Date: 7/12/22
Position: Major Trial Unit Intern
Company/Organization: Michael C.O'Malley (Cuyahoga County Prosecutor)
 
Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Major Trial Unit (MTU). Projects may include assisting in the preparation for trial of homicide and sexual assault cases. In addition, interns will assist in the coordination of a multiple agency review of ongoing homicide and sexual assault investigations. There will also be an opportunity to work on reviewing applications for conviction integrity reviews.
 
RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Assist the prosecutor’s office in reviewing ongoing homicide, sexual assault, and conviction integrity investigations;
  • Assist with communicating with multiple law enforcement agencies;
  • Read and synthesize police reports;
  • Assist trial attorneys by creating written transcripts of audio and video recordings;
  • Provided trial support to MTU trial attorneys;
  • Provide support during meetings and review sessions;
  • Assist with criminal history details of defendants and other persons of interest;
  • Assist in analyzing jail calls, social media postings and phone records;
Application Deadline: August 8, 2022 at 8.30AM
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/12/22
Position: Crime Strategies Unit Intern
Company/Organization: Michael C.O'Malley (Cuyahoga County Prosecutor)
 
Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Crime Strategies Unit. Projects may include supporting the prosecutor’s security map app program, the “Daily Incidents Analysis Report,” and acting as intelligence support for gang and serial offense cases.
 
RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Assist the prosecutor’s office to develop and maintain relationships with law enforcement partners as well as community stakeholders;
  • Assist with data extraction from multiple police records management systems;
  • Read and synthesize police reports to learn about violence occurring in different police jurisdictions;
  • Enter data into CCPO violent crime database;
  • Help to identify possible trends, patterns, and crime series in our database;
  • Clean and manage the data that are stored in violent crime database;
  • Assist with criminal history details of potential prolific offenders that have been identified by detective and prosecutors;
  • Create maps related to individual cases being handled by the Crime Strategies Unit;
  • Assist with data collection, cleaning, and entry into the CCPO Security Camera Database;
  • Assist in analyzing jail calls, social media postings and phone records;
  • Assist in making connections between seemingly unrelated shootings and crimes
Application Deadline: August 8, 2022 at 8.30AM 
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/12/22
Position: Communications Unit Intern
Company/Organization: Michael C.O'Malley (Cuyahoga County Prosecutor)
 
Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Communications and Public Policy Unit.
 
RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Assist the prosecutor’s office to develop, maintain, and update social media presence, relationships with law enforcement partners as well as community stakeholders;
  • Assist with planning, writing, and managing the prosecutor’s office newsletter and annual report;
  • Draft, distribute, and pitch news releases, media alerts, and other stories;
  • Update CCPO website when needed;
  • Organize and attend meetings with CCPO staff, community stakeholders including but not limited to taking minutes and preparing agendas;
  • Assist with logging in and coordinating public records requests;
  • Reach out to community organizations and the general public concerning CCPO business and news alerts;
  • Other duties as assigned.
Application Deadline: August 8, 2022 at 8.30AM
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/12/22
Position: Non-Profit Management Internship
Company/Organization: Daily Dose of Reading
 
Work directly with the Executive Director on strategic planning, board development, fundraising, and programming projects from planning to implementation for a small, early literacy non-profit.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/12/22
Position: Administration Assistant
Company/Organization: The Haven Home LLC
 
Job duties:
• Enter donations, notes and correspondence into the donor database.
• Prepare reports of donations, revenue and contact information.
• Recognize donors through birthday cards, thank you notes and other strategies.
• Assist in the creation of an Associate Board by identifying potential candidates,
researching best practices and developing a strategy to attract and retain members.
• Assist in fund raising events and community activities.
• Track client census and program outcomes.
• Research topics for staff as needed.
 
To apply resumes may be forwarded from CSU or sent directly to cindy@thehavenhome.org.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/8/22
Position: School Nutrition Operations Internship
Company/Organization: Cleveland Metropolitan School District
 
This internship has flexibility to be geared toward the intern's specific interest. Below are some areas that we can offer:
 
Position Description: 
  • Assist Area Supervisor with day-to-day operations of school cafeterias
  • Conduct site visits with Area Supervisor at specific school sites
  • Assist with training and professional development for school-based staffed
  • Assist in researcing and applying for grants
  • Help increase our meal participation for breakfast and lunch through engaging ideas, promotional events, etc. 
  • Work with staffing coordinator on on-boarding, job fairs, other career events.
  • Complete special projects pertaining to interns' interest
  • Other office duties as assigned
Deadline: We accept inquiries on an on-going basis and the time frame can be determined by the intern.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/18/22
Position: Grant Writer (Immediate Need)
Company/Organization: Uniting Communities First
 
The organization is seeking a grant writer that will be responsible for researching grant programs, writing funding applications and participating in some of the activities/functions of the funded programming. The person selected in this role must be able to work from home with minimal supervision, be a self-starter and have a basic understanding of nonprofit business, as well as have a recent model computer with wireless internet connectivity.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/18/22
Position: Community Collaboration Assistant
Company/Organization: Uniting Communities First
 
The organization is seeking a Community Collaboration Assistant to develop relationships with prospective community partners to provide greater visibility, dialogue, heighten awareness of our organization and improve and increase our donor and volunteer base. The person selected in this role must be a take charge professional with the ability to understand and relay our services approach, while suggesting program services that we can initiate on behalf of the needs of other organizations. This person must be a self-starter and enjoy talking to people. A recent model computer with wireless internet connectivity is required.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
 
Posting Date: 7/18/22
Position: Marketing/Communications Assistant
Company/Organization: Uniting Communities First
 
The organization seeking a Marketing/Communications Assistant that will be responsible for assisting the President in rebranding the organization to heighten public awareness of the organization’s existence and services, in addition to improving the online presence of the organization. The person selected in this role must be able to work from home with minimal supervision, be a self-starter and have a basic understanding of marketing and communications strategies used in nonprofit business, as well as have a recent model computer with wireless internet connectivity.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 
Posting Date: 5/27/22
Position: Intern
Company/Organization: City of Norton

We are looking for a dynamic, energetic intern who is eager to learn by assisting various departments in a variety of ways. This opportunity is ideal for students that have a passion or interest in communications, digital media or public relations. This motivated, self-starting individual who is technology savvy will be working closely with our team to help build our social media presence, develop and implement community outreach via website updates and social media outlets, create weekly/monthly editorial calendars, and work on creative content as it pertains to the happenings of city government.

The right candidate will have excellent computer skills, excellent communication skills and the drive and determination to perform a variety of skills in an effort to meet the ever changing needs of a growing city.

Application Deadline: N/A. The start date is flexible to accommodate college and life schedules but would be willing to start as soon as August 1.

Learn more about this position. 


Posting Date: 5/28/22
Position: Intern
Company/Organization: The Fedeli Group

The Fedeli Group is seeking a summer intern who is enthusiastic and passionate about working in the event management and marketing fields. The Marketing & Events Intern supports the marketing team, as well as Health and Wellness Analyst. The ideal candidate would assist in and creating material for a variety of projects including marketing materials, web/digital content and internal communications as well as planning culture activities (office events, community outreach initiative, etc.). The Marketing & Events Intern must be action-oriented, communicate effectively and collaborate with team members. Lastly, they must be willing to step outside their comfort zone with an eagerness to learn.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Support Director of Marketing and Marketing Assistant in various initiatives and administrative duties:
    • Assist with social media: creating images/graphics
    • Assist in the proofing/testing of communications
    • Assist with developing material (sales and educational) for internal staff, clients and prospective clients
  • Lead in organizational events
    • Develop promotional communications to get associates excited
    • Handles day of event support to include: being onsite during events, troubleshooting issues and escalating any advanced needs to the appropriate internal partner
    • Assist with sourcing and coordinating required team members/vendors/partners
  • Support Health and Wellness Analyst
    • Assist in the creation of wellness communications
    • Assist in preparing for wellness fairs
  • Ensure all final deliverables align with brand guidelines.
  • Successfully manage project requests and balance workloads to meet all deadlines, using strong communication and organizational skills to determine project scope, vision and deliverables.

Application Deadline: ASAP. This internships begins the week of June 6th or very shortly after.

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Posting Date: 5/14/22
Position: Intern
Company/Organization: OBRIENLAW Firm.

Basic job description/project:
Social media post creation and platform management, drafting articles, research, on-location coverage of events and activities in the community and in business and law.

Application Deadline: May 30, 2022

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Posting Date: 4/30/22
Position: Intern
Company/Organization: City of Cleveland, Ward 2

Intern Responsibilities & Duties

  • Ward 2 tours and evaluations
    • Reporting dilapidated houses and structures
    • Vacant lot maintenance
  • Assist with responding to a variety of constituent inquiries and issues
  • Working with the public either in person or on the phone
  • Light filing, assist with mailings and print production
  • Serve as a positive representative of the office of Cleveland City Council both in and out of the office

Application Deadline: N/A, However interhsip begins on June 1, 2022

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Posting Date: 4/16/22
Company / Organization: Planner/Analyst Intern
Position: DESMAN, Inc

The Planner/Analyst Internship is a non-exempt, hourly position in DESMAN’s Study Services Division. Internships may be full time (40 hours/week) or part-time, but not less than 20 hours/week. Internships typically run concurrently semester academic schedules at most colleges and universities. Planner/Analyst interns are mentored by one or more Senior Consultant with our firm throughout the term of employment, during which they develop technical expertise, project management skills, and industry knowledge. Successful interns are sometimes recruited as entry-level consultants upon graduation, with the objective of becoming a Project Manager in the first five years of employment and an Associate within the firm eventually.

Interns work at the direction of a Project Manager or Senior Consultant collecting and analyzing data, preparing memoranda and presentations, auditing operating records for commercial parking operations, developing spreadsheet parking demand models, and preparing parking plan, program and policy recommendations, and financial analyses and projections. The position requires periodic regional and national travel. DESMAN will fund project related travel expenses and accommodations as needed. Core office hours are 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Friday, but interns may occasionally be assigned to work up to evenings and/or weekends in lieu of normal weekday hours, depending on schedule and scope or work involved in the project they may be working.

Application Deadline: N/A, DESMAN accepts applications year round.

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Posting Date: 4/14/22
Position: VISTA positions

Position: FCS SA Cookware Recovery & Reuse VISTA
Organization: StarkFresh
Description: The Summer Associate Cookware Recovery & Reuse VISTA Member will coordinate donations of cookware and assess community need; Coordinate distribution of cookware with volunteers and community partners; Identify gaps, strengths, weaknesses, and propose solutions for improvement of Cookware Recovery & Reuse Program.
Application Deadline: 05/27/2022
Learn more. 

Position: FCS SA Mobile Market VISTA 
Organization: StarkFresh
Description: The Summer Associate Mobile Market VISTA Member will help with everyday operations of the Mobile Grocery Market. Duties include coordinate with StarkFresh staff and Farm Manager to coordinate frequency and quantity of food being available for the market; Coordinate with growing partners and StarkFresh staff to ensure proper price margins are being maintained for program sustainability; Drive Mobile Grocery Market vehicle to and from stops; Take customer orders, bag orders, complete financial transaction; load and stock Market vehicle.
Application Deadline: 05/27/2022
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Posting Date: 4/14/22
Position: VISTA positions

Position: FCS SA Program Development VISTA 
Organization: Mahoning Valley Sojourn to the Past, Inc.
Description: The Summer Associate will be responsible for marketing, networking, scheduling, and facilitating the Sojourn to the Past youth’s Anti-Racism: Be A Difference Maker Workshop to the community with a focus on youth and young adults through such youth groups in Youngstown. The Summer Associate will research, apply for, and develop funding opportunities for all programming, including the Sojourn Journey and Ohio Nonviolence Week. The Summer Associate will also schedule activities and recruit and track volunteers for Ohio Nonviolence Week.
Application Deadline: 05/06/2022 
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Position: FCS SA Urban Farm VISTA
Organization: StarkFresh
Description: The VISTA summer associate will help plan vegetable crops at StarkFresh’s three urban farming locations and engage the volunteer workforce to ensure smooth operations and crop yields.
Application Deadline: 05/06/22
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Position: FCS SA Youth Day Camp VISTA
Organization: King Kennedy Community Center
Description: The SA Youth Day Camp VISTA will be responsible for helping the staff plan, implement, and assess programs designed to build social, emotional, and age-appropriate educational activities on topics such as suicide prevention and substance abuse prevention. The SA will collaborate with community partners to help develop programming, assist in seeking monetary and in kind donations for program resources. The SA will also assist with breakfast and lunch daily; chaperone all field trips; help youth develop skills, teamwork and sportsmanship; assist staff monitor the safety and health of campers; assist youth with indoor and outdoor skill building activities; use group management skills to engage youth in daily activities; and act as a mentor to model effective personal communication skills and behaviors.
Application Deadline: 05/13/2022
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Posting Date: Archived
Position: Urban Research Intern
Company/Organization: Thriving Communities

Western Reserve Land Conservancy (the Land Conservancy) is leading a two-year initiative funded by the US EPA to improve the process of vacant land reuse in Cleveland. The final outcome of this initiative is to create a planning tool to guide vacant land reuse projects and management strategies for the advancement of environmental justice, public health, and quality of life for Cleveland’s underserved communities. This initiative seeks to build upon previous investments in vacant land reuse planning and management and therefore requires a comprehensive and rigorous analysis of those investments.

The Land Conservancy requests student(s) who can produce three deliverables by December 2022:

  1. A report that details the process of vacant land re-use based on a set of interviews with key decision makers at the City of Cleveland and community development practitioners
  2. A parcel-level dataset that geographically locates past, present, and proposed vacant land reuse projects in Cleveland
  3. A compilation of priorities for vacant land reuse identified in plans and reports

Through this research, the students will not only gain a robust understanding of planning initiatives in Cleveland, but also a sense of the on-the-ground work to transform paper plans into physical places. The students will also engage with the wide spectrum of organizations who collaborate with the Land Conservancy to create more efficient and equitable vacant land reuse outcomes for the residents of Cleveland.

Furthermore, the students will:

  • Attend regular meetings with the Land Conservancy and project stakeholders regarding the implementation of the US EPA Environmental Justice Grant
  • Provide weekly updates to the project team regarding the status of their research
  • Collaborate with the Land Conservancy’s project consultant to produce graphic summaries of the research

Application Deadline: May 2, 2022

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Posting Date: 4/16/22
Position: Department of Economic Development
Company/Organization: City of Cleveland

The City of Cleveland, Department of Economic Development, is seeking to hire two paid interns to work in the the Department of Economic Development. The internship will begin May 16, 2022 and will continue through a minimum of a six month period up to a one year period.

The internship’s will concentrate on programs offered by the Department of Economic Development that foster entrepreneurship, business development & technology, equity & inclusion, land assembly and financial incentives.

An individual’s internship will work on a variety of tasks that may include but are not limited to the following: Brownfield Redevelopment, Land Assembly and Business Attraction, Small Business Development, Entrepreneurship Support, Economic Development Finance and/or GIS projects. The selected individual will gain valuable experience in identifying and developing sites for new businesses as well as marketing those sites and putting together customized incentive packages. The intern will be introduced to financial underwriting, preparation of contracts, preparation of legislation, grants writing, and project management.

Several interns have been able to transition to jobs in the Department of Economic Development for the City of Cleveland or have been hired in other jobs in their professional network. The experience at the City provided valuable knowledge and helped improve the individual’s resume showing actual paid work experience in the field. Interns found that working with the City of Cleveland’s Department of Economic Development increased their awareness of both the issues facing the City as well as the creative ways the City and its' residents are working to make Cleveland a more attractive environment to invest.

Application Deadline: Friday April 19, 2022 at 5pm.

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Posting Date: 4/16/22
Position: Marketing Intern, Summer 2022 (May-Aug)
Company / Organization: Slavic Village Development

Slavic Village Development is seeking a Marketing Intern with the diverse skills set and flexibility to work on implementing a variety of projects for Slavic Village Development. The Intern will be responsible for creating compelling content and report to the Director of Business Recruitment and Development.

Core Responsibilities

  • Write daily social media posts for Slavic Village ReDiscovered and Slavic Village development
  • Contribute to website and Slavic Village E-newsletter content development
  • Assist with basic graphic design for flyers, website materials
  • Assist in coordinating various marketing methods including direct mail, print ads, and social media
  • Coordinating and assisting with Slavic Village sponsored events
  • General office duties as assigned

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 4/5/22
Position: Interns
Company / Organization: City of Avon Lake

The City of Avon Lake, Ohio is seeking to hire up to two interns from the College of Urban Affairs to assist the City with several projects. The primary project will be to review, evaluate and update the City Ward Map based on the results of the 2020 Census. Additional work shall be to work with the City’s Planning Department, Zoning Administrator, and Economic Development Director. 

Applicants will gain experience working with the City’s new Planning and Zoning Code, GIS mapping, and will work with the Lorain County Board of Elections.

Seeking Senior level graduates with good communication skills.

Compensation shall be up to $16/hr and shall not exceed 90 working days.   

How to apply: Electronic submissions and or comments should be directed to: 
Joseph R. Reitz, P.E., Public Works Director, City of Avon Lake at jrreitz@avonlake.org

Application Deadline: April 8, 2022 at 4:00 pm. 

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Posting Date: 4/14/22
Position: FCS SA Tech Program Coordinator
Organization: Jewish Community Center of Youngstown 
Description: The Summer Associate Program Coordinator will identify and address gaps in program operations in order to create efficient and effective policies and procedures for multimedia resources while researching new program opportunities through collaboration with other JCC departments and community partners. The Program Coordinator will develop and create plans for implementing programs to address the needs of members and guests of all ages, interests, and skill levels and ensure that underserved participants have access.
Application Deadline: 03/14/2022 
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Posting Date: 4/8/22
Position: Planner
Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County Planning Commission

Major Duties:

  • Assists other planners in the research and creation of zoning documents and planning studies such as municipal Master Plans, Corridor Studies, or small area plans that propose policies and regulations for land use, housing, community facilities, transportation, environmental programs and other similar topics; interprets data; assists in preparing work proposals; assists in drafting planning reports; provides input in team planning meetings; and edits co-workers’ documents
  • Prepares documents, materials, and research needed to create zoning documents, planning studies, and other records; researches, prepares findings, and summarizes results; collects a variety of statistical data and prepares reports and maps on topics such as land use, census information, tax base data, occupancy rates, and other data sets as necessary and applicable to the project
  • Prepares and presents materials for meetings with City Officials and the Public as part of facilitating the planning and zoning process; creates computer graphics and prepares maps, reports, correspondences, and presentations for meetings and general public
  • Assists other planners and staff with more complex projects as assigned

Application Deadline: April 25, 2022 at 4:30pm

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Posting Date: 4/5/22
Position: FIA Marketing & Events Intern
Company / Organization: Forging Industry Association

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist in event, trade show and off-site meeting planning and logistics, including room block management, menu selections, location identification, etc.
  • Assist in handling procurement, storage and distribution of promotional items.
  • Assist in event registration both online registration processing and in-person check-ins
  • Help organize and host virtual meetings and webinars via Zoom and Microsoft Teams
  • Help coordinate FIA and FIERF social media promotions
  • Special assignments and projects as directed by Director of Marketing & Events
  • May include occasional evenings/weekends for special events

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/26/22
Position: Field Data Collector
Company / Organization: LJB Inc.

Starting in approximately early-May, we are seeking a candidate to be responsible for field data collection in the City of Westlake. We expect the project field data collection to take between 10-14 weeks.

We will be collecting GPS coordinate information of visible above ground utilities for the City of Westlake.  This work consists of using Eos GPS positioning equipment and mobile applications on an iPad. The candidate will have a LJB employee provide field training during the first day on the job.  The candidate will be responsible for coordinating data collection with a GIS analyst in the office and reporting project status to the project manager. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/26/22
Position: Outreach Communications Intern
Company / Organization: Harvard Community Services Center

See intern description PDF for details about this internship.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/26/22
Position: Public Transit Summer Internship
Company / Organization: Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority

Duties and Responsibilities:

The objective of the GCRTA Public Transit Summer Internship is to provide college students the opportunity to learn about a career in public transit by working closely with a department for the summer. Projected start date for the internship is June 13, 2022.

The successful internship candidate will receive practical experience in the public sector by contributing to a department that adds direct value to the Authority. Interns will gain skills in operations, analytics, public speaking, performance management, and more. Leaders across the organization will provide guidance and mentorship, as well as insight into what a career in public transit could look like.

Application Deadline: N/A

Learn more about this position. (If unable to access this internship, go to  http://www.riderta.com/careers and search for "Public Transit Summer Internship".


Posting Date: 3/26/22
Position: Internships
Company / Organization: Cleveland Neighborhood Progress

CNP was founded in 1988 as to serve the unique role of a local community development funding and support intermediary for community development corporations (CDCs), and it is a vital partner to Cleveland's community revitalization efforts. Near the end of 2021, CNP completed a strategic plan that refocused its efforts on the health of CDCs. The new mission is to foster the equitable revitalization of neighborhoods throughout Cleveland by strengthening the community development ecosystem.

  • The Climate Resiliency & Sustainability Intern
    • GardenWalk Cleveland, now in its 12th year, is an all-volunteer non-profit organization whose mission is to “nurture community, beautify neighborhoods, and encourage civic pride throughout Cleveland.” Each year GardenWalk recruits neighborhoods and gardeners to participate in a free self-guided weekend tour of private gardens, community gardens, and home orchards in designated neighborhoods. In 2021 nine neighborhoods and over 250 gardens participated, with more than 1,000 visitors from around the region and beyond. The Intern will also work on other sustainability projects supported and led by CNP, especially Circular Cleveland, a program with the City of Cleveland, that aims to minimize waste and reduce pollution by managing resources locally and efficiently. Circular Cleveland is developing a roadmap for implementation. It works with institutional and business stakeholders, ambassadors from the community, and is supported by Neighborhood Connections for grants. The Intern will primarily work on GardenWalk between June and July of 2022 and work closely with the Manager of GardenWalk and the CNP Manager of Climate Resiliency and Sustainability.
  • Neighbor to Neighbor Intern
    • Neighbor to Neighbor is a door-to-door canvassing effort that helps deepen connections between CDCs and their neighbors – the residents they serve. Canvassers from neighborhood CDCs educate residents on programs they may be eligible for, as well as ask questions to understand the gaps that exist due to a lack of resources or programming that is symptom-based and not solution-based.
  • Public Policy Intern 
    • The Public Policy Intern will assist the Senior Vice President of Advocacy & External Relations in CNP’s process to establish policy priorities for Cuyahoga County that positively impact the community development ecosystem. Modeled after the Neighborhood Platform established in 2021 for the City of Cleveland’s Mayoral election, this plan will seek to build a coalition of partners through listening, engaging, and ideating solutions in partnership with CDCs and related partners to help inform a new County Executive of policy priorities to help advance the mission of fostering equitable revitalization by strengthening the community development ecosystem. The Marketing Intern works closely with and reports to the Senior Vice President of Advocacy & External Relations
  • Marketing Intern 
    • The Marketing Intern will assist in the creation and delivery of marketing and promotional activities of CNP, promoting Cleveland neighborhoods, community development corporations, and other partners who support Cleveland communities. This includes both tactical activities and strategic initiatives to advance the mission of fostering equitable revitalization by strengthening the community development ecosystem. The Marketing Intern works closely with and reports to the Senior Vice President of Advocacy & External Relations.
  • Project Assistant Intern 
    • The Project Assistant Intern will be provided exposure to all aspects of the organization through close working with CNP’s Chief of Staff & Operations. The Project Assistant Intern will assist the Chief of Staff & Operations with administrative, executive, and programmatic activities to assist in implementation of the CNP’s five year strategic plan. These projects could include but are not limited to designing and implementing actionable and measurable workplans, improving information technology and operational protocols, or coordinating organizational wide programs that combine placemaking, CDC advancement, and lending.

Application Deadline: N/A


Posting Date: 3/26/22
Position: Human Resources Internships
Company / Organization: Snider-Blake

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Support team in administrative tasks throughout the office
  • Interview and screen applicants
  • Assist with employment forms and documents
  • Place candidates in job openings

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/26/22
Position: Intern
Company / Organization: City of Lakewood

The City of Lakewood is seeking an Intern to work directly with the Mayor’s Office staff to gain hands-on practical experience working on various projects within the city. It is our objective to provide the intern with a multi-disciplinary experience using the latest technology to support his or her work. The intern will spend their time working individually and collaboratively to complete assigned projects within a given timeline. This is an unpaid internship, and a 20-hour work week is preferred, and the City is flexible on number of hours and/or days of the week that an intern may be present, understanding that the placement is unpaid.  This internship is anticipated to run through August 2022.

The intern will gain experience in several areas with a focus on communications and oversight overall internal departments, internal and external communications with City employees and City residents.  Some flexibility to attend evening meetings with the community would be desired.

Application Deadline: April 22, 2022

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Posting Date: 3/26/22
Position: Energy Student Assistant
Company / Organization: Sustainable Cleveland

The Energy Student Assistant is responsible for assisting the City of Cleveland Mayor's Office of Sustainability's Energy Management team with utility data processing and validation, account management, energy reporting, and other energy and sustainability-related projects. The City of Cleveland's Office of Sustainability was established in 2005 with the mission to save the City money, reduce its ecological footprint, and provide tools and resources to make sustainability 'business-as-usual' within City departments, at home and in the workplace. Energy Management has been an integral component of the Office of Sustainability and City of Cleveland since 2006, helping the Office deliver on its mission for the City's operations as well as the City proper.

The Energy Student Assistant reports to the Energy Manager, with functional oversight for several responsibilities provided by the Energy Analyst. The Energy Management team reports to the Chief of Sustainability and works in close coordination with other City departments and the rest of the Office of Sustainability staff to meet the City's sustainability goals.

Application Deadline: April 1, 2022

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Posting Date: 3/17/22
Position: Major Trial Unit Intern
Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Major Trial Unit (MTU)

Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Major Trial Unit (MTU). Projects may include assisting in the preparation for trial of homicide and sexual assault cases. In addition, interns will assist in the coordination of a multiple agency review of ongoing homicide and sexual assault investigations. There will also be an opportunity to work on reviewing applications for conviction integrity reviews.

Responsibilites

  • Assist the prosecutor’s office in reviewing ongoing homicide, sexual assault, and conviction integrity investigations; • Assist with communicating with multiple law enforcement agencies;
  • Read and synthesize police reports;
  • Assist trial attorneys by creating written transcripts of audio and video recordings;
  • Provided trial support to MTU trial attorneys; 
  • Provide support during meetings and review sessions;
  • Assist with criminal history details of defendants and other persons of interest;
  • Assist in analyzing jail calls, social media postings and phone records;

Application Deadline: April 15, 2022 at 8:30am

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Posting Date: 3/16/22
Position: Intern
Company / Organization: City of Euclid: Planning Division

Duties primarily include supporting the work of the Department of Planning and Development largely through the Planning Division’s Manager, as well as the Zoning Commissioner and Department Director. 

Specifically, goals within the Planning Division include:

  • Support planning, design and implementation of public projects ranging from municipal beautification and placemaking initiatives to the development of comprehensive park, residential and commercial districts.
  • Work includes but is not limited to streetscape and transportation projects, public art projects, historic preservation and landmark projects, and open and vacant space assembly and planning projects.
  • Work closely with other City staff to coordinate, strategize and achieve planning goals as outlined by the “Euclid Master Plan”.
  • Provide assistance in short and long-term plans including the preparation of studies, reports and recommendations to achieve the City’s goals for physical space development and public infrastructure improvements.
  • Collaborate with the Departments of Building, Recreation and Public Service as needed.
  • Support the Zoning Commissioner to coordinate the development of zoning and design standards for the City to promote and encourage private sector improvements and redevelopment.
  • Support the Community Development Manager and Coordinators on planning, bidding, contracting and implementing projects funded by CDBG and other federal funds.
  • Support the Storefront Renovation Program Manager with administrative activities.
  • Effectively support relationships with key community, industry and government stakeholders, grantors and organizations in order to ensure the success of planning initiatives.
  • Identify potential funding sources to facilitate planning and placemaking initiatives and research, prepare and manage grant applications on behalf of the City.
  • Incorporate City goals for sustainability, community engagement, equity into regulatory and other requirements when creating planning solutions.
  • Assist in special project marketing, public art, street furniture and other beautification projects.
  • Assist in Keep Euclid Beautiful, Community Development Corporation and other City-related placemaking and public art initiatives.

Develop and provide a final presentation in order to educate the community and governmental officials and promote planning initiatives in the City, at the conclusion of the time with the City of Euclid

Application Deadline: April 15, 2022 at 4:30 PM. 

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Posting Date: 3/17/22
Position: Crime Strategies Intern
Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Major Trial Unit (MTU)

Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Crime Strategies Unit. Projects may include supporting the prosecutor’s security map app program, the “Daily Incidents Analysis Report,” and acting as intelligence support for gang and serial offense cases.

Responsibilities

  • Assist the prosecutor’s office to develop and maintain relationships with law enforcement partners as well as community stakeholders;
  • Assist with data extraction from multiple police records management systems;
  • Read and synthesize police reports to learn about violence occurring in different police jurisdictions;
  • Enter data into CCPO violent crime database; • Help to identify possible trends, patterns, and crime series in our database;
  • Clean and manage the data that are stored in violent crime database;
  • Assist with criminal history details of potential prolific offenders that have been identified by detective and prosecutors;
  • Create maps related to individual cases being handled by the Crime Strategies Unit;
  • Assist with data collection, cleaning, and entry into the CCPO Security Camera Database;
  • Assist in analyzing jail calls, social media postings and phone records;
  • Assist in making connections between seemingly unrelated shootings and crimes.

Application Deadline: April 15, 2022 at 8:30am

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Posting Date: 3/17/22
Position: Communications Unit Intern
Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Major Trial Unit (MTU)

Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Communications and Public Policy Unit.

Responsibilites

  • Assist the prosecutor’s office to develop, maintain, and update social media presence, relationships with law enforcement partners as well as community stakeholders;
  • Assist with planning, writing, and managing the prosecutor’s office newsletter and annual report;
  • Draft, distribute, and pitch news releases, media alerts, and other stories;
  • Update CCPO website when needed;
  • Organize and attend meetings with CCPO staff, community stakeholders including but not limited to taking minutes and preparing agendas;
  • Assist with logging in and coordinating public records requests;
  • Reach out to community organizations and the general public concerning CCPO business and news alerts;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: April 15, 2022 at 8:30am

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Posting Date: 3/16/22
Position: Intern
Company / Organization: City of Euclid: Economic Development Division

Duties primarily include supporting the work of the Department of Planning and Development largely through the Economic Development Division’s Manager, as well as the Zoning Commissioner and Department Director. 

Specifically, goals within the Economic Development Division include:

  • Promote retention, expansion and attraction of businesses to grow Euclid’s income tax base by developing and maintaining a cooperative working relationship with existing, new and potential businesses, non-profit partners, citizen groups, business associations, consultants and governmental officials
  • Work closely with other departmental and City staff to coordinate, strategize and achieve development goals as outlined by the “Euclid Master Plan”. Provide assistance in short and long-term plans including the preparation of studies, reports and recommendations to achieve the City’s goals for development
  • Assist with development and maintenance of City incentive programs such as workforce creation/retention, business grants, Community Investment Area (CRA) programs, etc. Work closely with the Community Development and Planning Managers on commercial incentives such as the Storefront Renovation Program
  • Create, maintain and update in a timely manner an inventory of available non-residential land, buildings and development opportunities in the City, including manufacturing and commercial databases, with data such as land assets, transportation linkages, utilities, etc. to be accessible to the public. Work with the Manager to ensure data is up-to-date on the City’s new website including addition of programs and incentives
    • Create ongoing working relationships in the commercial real estate brokerage community and facilitate hosting roundtable discussions
  • Create, maintain and update in a timely manner an inventory of business contacts including data such as years in business, employee counts, etc.
    • Specific outreach and focus on the E 185th St businesses in preparation for communication surrounding the upcoming street infrastructure work
  • Assist in the development and management of the Downtown Special Improvement District (SID)
  • Collaborate with Manager on creation of requests for qualifications / proposals for a variety of professional services and projects
  • Assist the Manager in preparing and administering various economic development functions such as ground breakings, grand openings and generating content for announcements and press releases, the department’s monthly development newsletter, the department’s annual report, the monthly Euclid Observer, etc.

Application Deadline: April 15, 2022 at 4:30 PM. 

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Posting Date: 3/16/22
Position: Intern
Company / Organization: City of Worthington

The City of Worthington is seeking one to two public administration/ public policy graduate students for a summer internship for up to 40 hours per week. Individuals who have just completed a Master’s Degree are also eligible to be considered.

Interns will work directly with the City Manager’s Office and administration with a focus on public policy and program development and public communication. This is a great opportunity for individuals interested in a career in city management to gain exposure to the profession in an environment with a history of strong, professional management.

Application Deadline: March 25, 2022

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osting Date: 3/4/22
Position: Summer Interns
Company / Organization: Cleveland Council on World Affairs (CCWA)

CCWA has a long and successful tradition of providing meaningful intern experiences for undergraduate and graduate students. Interns support the different program areas of the Council. Often student interns are able to receive course credit for their CCWA internship.

Available Internship Positions:

  • International Exchanges Intern (1) - will help write proposals, and plan virtual and in-person professional meetings and home hospitality for visitor groups
  • Centennial Research Intern (1) - will support CCWA’s leadership team in researching and drafting a history of the organization
  • Model United Nations Intern (2) - will undertake research on UN issues and draft background guides for the 2022-2023 Model UN conference season.

Application Deadline: Applications for summer 2022 internships are due by April 1, 2022

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Posting Date: 3/1/22
Position: Summer Intern
Company / Organization: City of Brooklyn

Under direction of Building Commissioner, performs routine and moderately complex clerical tasks in order to assist with the efficient operation of Building Department; assist Building Commissioner with the administration of the City’s Exterior Maintenance Grant Program; etc.

Application Deadline: April 1, 2022

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Posting Date: 3/4/22
Position: GIS Intern
Company / Organization: Western Reserve Land Conservancy

The GIS Intern (“Intern”) will be responsible for collecting and digitizing large amounts of data related to many Land Conservancy projects, including our urban reforestation program and land stewardship program. Data collection includes logging where the Land Conservancy has planted trees to increase Cleveland’s urban tree canopy, logging trails and park infrastructure of signature parks that the Land Conservancy owns and manages, and other projects pertaining to our urban revitalization program. The Intern will also enhance web maps displayed on the Land Conservancy’s new website launching in the coming months.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/1/22
Position: Interns
Company / Organization:  Toledo Design Collective Summer Internship Program

Experiential Learning

Education is a primary focus of the Toledo Design Collective. Our Internship Program provides opportunities to architecture and planning students for hands-on learning and employment throughout the year. In addition, the TDC engages high school, college students and the greater community with planning awareness programs.

Benefits of a TDC Internship

  • Gain hands-on experience before graduation
  • Get involved in Toledo's professional design community
  • Take an active role in planning and design projects
  • Learn from professionals with decades of field experience
  • Engage the greater Toledo community in design workshops
  • Identify planning and design challenges and propose sustainable solutions
  • Present creative solutions in professional settings
  • Educate and advocate diverse audiences on the value of planning and design

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/22/22
Position: College Intern - Engineering, Urban Planning, Geography & Planning - Cuyahoga County
Company / Organization: ODOT District 12 

What we are looking for:

we are looking for an undergraduate or grad student in Urban Planning or Geography & Planning, who has completed course work in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and has a passion for transportation planning and safety. 

What you will do:

  • Travel to collection sites to assist office staff with data collection
  • Assists office staff by conducting literature research, collecting, processing & analyzing data & preparing preliminary reports for research or evaluating projects in the District 12 Planning Department
  • Assists in the development of Transportation Asset Inventories &/or condition assessments & other Transportation Asset Management (TAM) Activities. 
  • Utilizes Geo-Spatial analysis to assist in map generation & spatial analysis (e.g., using GeoMedia &/or ESRI Arcview) to support TAM

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/17/22
Position: N2N Ambassadors (3 intern positions avaialble)
Company / Organization: Famicos Foundation

N2N Ambassador: The ideal candidate is passionate about Cleveland neighborhoods and residents and has a service mentality – placing the growth and well-being of people and the communities to which they belong first and foremost. The candidate should be a good listener and patient. This person should also enjoy developing relationships, working with diverse groups of people, and helping residents work though challenges they are facing (i.e. Food insecurities, pending evictions, lack of internet, and other challenges they face with technology).

N2N Ambassador will report to the N2N Community Engagement Specialist at Famicos Foundation. The Ambassador will be housed at Famicos Foundation and will be part of a cohort of Ambassadors across the City.

Main roles and responsibilities include:

  • Conduct in-person surveys at Famicos Apartments and community events. Enter data into the tablets provided. Send and receive emails within 48 hours.
  • Effectively engage, build trust, and build relationships with residents, primarily through door-to-door canvassing, having conversations around digital access, digital literacy and other quality of life issues. 
  • Connect residents with resources available through various agencies.
  • Work with the other ambassadors and the N2N Community Engagement Specialist to ensure that canvass goals are met, complete regular progress reports and adjust canvass tactics as needed. 
  • Assumes additional responsibilities and performs special projects as needed or directed.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/17/22
Position: Administrative Assistant (Intern)
Company / Organization: Famicos Foundation

Main roles and responsibilities include:

  • Making survey routes.
  • Collecting time sheets and invoicing.
  • Submitting paperwork for billing.
  • Researching to find community events.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/17/22
Position: Tree Care Interns
Company / Organization: Western Reserve Land Conservancy

The crew members will report to the Tree Care Coordinator and will be empowered to grow trees in Cleveland’s lowest canopy neighborhoods.  An appreciation of trees and a demonstrated commitment to the Land Conservancy’s mission are essential.  Crew members will be a part of team that is passionate about trees, conservation, and restorative justice in Cleveland’s neighborhoods.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide technical support and instruction for tree plantings.  These tasks include:
    • Digging holes for trees
    • Moving and staging young trees and tree planting materials to ensure successful plantings
    • Guiding volunteers through the steps of proper tree planting
  • Provide care for newly planted trees in accordance with established standards of care.  These tasks include, but are not limited to:
    • Watering trees with (3) 5-gallon pails of water per tree per week, carried to each tree by hand or using a 2-wheel cart.
    • Mulching trees, including carrying mulch to each tree in bins
    • Weeding tree beds
    • Replacing stakes and trunk guards on trees
  • Provide management for ROC sites in accordance with established standards of care.
    • Ensure sites are welcoming to the community
    • Engage community members interested in the site and trees
    • Ensure signage is in-place and in good condition
    • Use of landscaping tools and power equipment to maintain vegetation
    • Removing and replacing dead or damaged trees

This position requires working outside every day, sometimes in inclement or uncomfortable weather conditions. Crew members will work collaboratively on a team, and gain introductory skills in the fields of Arboriculture and Urban Forestry.  Successful crew members will enjoy the challenge of outdoor working conditions and the satisfaction of growing trees in an urban setting for the benefit of our communities.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/5/22
Position: Legal Intern
Company / Organization: Ohio Environmental Council, Columbus, OH 

Legal Interns will assist the organization’s Law Center with its numerous projects. Potential work product could include the following activities:

  • Research legal questions that support the OEC’s cases in various venues
  • Assist the Staff Attorney in drafting comments regarding proposed administrative rulemakings
  • Write memos analyzing important issues in 501(c)(3) nonprofit law, elections law, and voter protection
  • Explore complex environmental legal questions that further the OEC’s mission

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/5/22
Position: Community Engagement Intern (6 positions) 
Company / Organization: Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Primary responsibility will be to assist national park service rangers in providing recreational programming to diverse audiences, providing informal interpretive services, and staffing visitor contact stations. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 1/21/22
Position: Advancement Intern, Equity Initiatives
Company / Organization: Cleveland Foundation

Responsibilities and Expected Outcomes:

Responsibilities and Expected Outcomes:

  • Conduct research and data analysis on black philanthropy and other equity initiatives in the U.S. and present pertinent information to the Senior Director of Advancement Equity Initiatives.
  • Compile research information and data to create customized PowerPoint presentations in support of equity initiatives in alignment with the foundation’s strategic priorities.
  • Assist with donor outreach; design and prepare donor communication material packages.
  • Assist with Friends of the African American of the Philanthropy engagement activities.
  • Assist with the creation and implementation of an e-newsletter focusing on the foundation’s equity work and black  philanthropy. Generate content.
  • Maintain donor and grant databases and files.
  • Provide support to the Special Events Manager with Equity Initiative events as needed and attend convenings related to ongoing initiatives:
    • African American Philanthropy Summit
    • African American Philanthropy Committee meetings
    • Friends of the African American Philanthropy Committee meetings

Anticipated learning objective to be accomplished through the internship experience include increased understanding of: 

  • Impact of black philanthropy and other equity initiatives in the U.S..
  • Development and fundraising work in the nonprofit industry.
  • Integrating/analyzing equity work in a nonprofit environment.
  • Collaborative, cross team project management.
  • External leadership through the perspective of a community foundation. 

Application Deadline: January 31, 2022.

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Posting Date: 1/21/22
Position: Advancement Intern, Equity Initiatives
Company / Organization: Cleveland Foundation

The Equity Initiatives Intern will report to the Senior Director of Advancement Equity Initiatives to assist with various activities related the development of equity initiatives across the Advancement team and the foundation, including material development, event planning, project management, research, outreach and database management. The position will work as a part of an internal, cross functional team to meet advancement and equity initiatives development objectives.

The intern role is designed to expose and challenge junior or senior level students pursuing a degree in African American studies, urban studies, urban development, advocacy, non-profit management or a related field to all facets of advancement work with a focus on equity initiatives development. The incumbent will work approximately 20-25 hours per week with increased availability during school breaks, provided there is additional work available. 

Application Deadline: January 31, 2022

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Posting Date: 12/11/21 
Position: Public Policy Fellows
Company/Organization: Cuyahoga County Public Policy Fellowship Program

Launched in 2011 by the Office of the Cuyahoga County Executive, the Cuyahoga County Public Policy Fellowship has provided an in-depth look into local government to over 70 aspiring public and nonprofit sector leaders. Through this experiential learning program, fellows are placed within County departments for a period of eight weeks during the months of June and July. Department placements provide opportunities for students to build their professional profile through work on special projects, policy development, and research. In addition to department placements, scheduled enrichment activities provide fellows with an opportunity to make professional connections with senior staff and introduce fellows to the diverse work of County government.

Program Goals

  • Provide a practical experience in Cuyahoga County government
  • Inspire innovative, effective, and ethical public leadership for Northeast Ohio
  • Invigorate County projects by injecting fresh eyes and new perspectives

Application Deadline: Applications must be received by January 31, 2022.

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Posting Date: 12/10/21 
Position: Intern
Company / Organization: Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups

During this 10-week program, you will intern five days per week at the U.S. Department of Transportation, with exception of some optional program opportunities throughout the summer. Your internship placement may be in the Washington, D.C. offices, or in one of several regional locations across the United States. Daily tasks will vary depending on your background, abilities and the office in which you’re working.

Application Deadline: January 31, 2022

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Posting Date: 11/19/21 
Position: Marketing Intern
Company / Organization: Down Syndrome Association of Northeast Ohio

The Down Syndrome Association of Northeast Ohio is seeking a qualified intern to work within and contribute to our Development team for our two major fundraising events, The Sunburst Gala and The Northeast Ohio Buddy Walk. College students with an emphasis in their studies in Communications, Marketing, Hospitality Management, or Nonprofit Administration are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities will be focused on assisting the Development Coordinator in all logistics of event planning and coordination including but not limited to:
• Researching best practices for fundraising events and campaigns
• Drafting social media posts and maintaining the social media calendar
• Creating event marketing materials
• Communicating with current and prospective donors, sponsors and volunteers
• Attend monthly committee planning meetings (evenings)
• Various event preparation assignments
• Perform general administrative tasks such as organizing inventory and supplies; updating documents, data entry, special projects and all other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: N/A, however internship begins in January 2022.

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Posting Date: 10/31/21 
Position: Academic Internship – Campus GIS Technician
Company / Organization: Facilities Management – Cleveland State University

Job Responsibilities: 

Under direction of the Grounds Crew Superintendent and Staff:

  • Perform data entry, maintenance and accuracy of the production of GIS data related to the Cleveland State Campus
  •  Produce maps, diagrams, inventory catalogs, and reports documenting GIS data
  • Research and apply new developments in GIS technology and assist in GIS application development tasks.
  • Provide assistance with field surveying and data collection.
  • Assist campus data managers with additional aspects of project management and data development.

Specific examples of assigned work may include:

  • Conducting data entry and creating, updating, or expanding campus GIS datasets. Produce maps, diagrams, inventory catalogs, and reports documenting GIS data
  • Preparing data layers and geodatabases for use with standardized symbology and data model templates.
  • Adding data layers to web applications, including the public Campus Tree Map
  • Updating our Campus Tree Map
  • Developing a campus wide irrigation Map

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 10/31/21 
Position: NewsDepth Production Intern
Company / Organization:  Ideastream Public Media

Are you a creative looking to be mentored by award-winning media producers? Hoping to spend your college semester working an internship that will teach you new video or writing skills and never require you to fetch someone’s coffee?

NewsDepth is looking for a spring semester intern to assist in local content creation geared towards students in 4th to 6th grade. The intern will assist in content production for our broadcast and digital platforms. Typical duties include but are not limited to research, scriptwriting, camera work, and video editing.

NewsDepth, a weekly interactive television program produced by WVIZ/PBS Ideastream Public Media, breaks down the biggest news stories into teachable lessons for 4th to 6th-grade students. The show provides cross-curricular and real-world learning opportunities to spark discussions in classrooms across Ohio.

If you’re a current Journalism or Media Production major and want to apply for this opportunity to work with the NewsDepth team, please visit ideastream.org/about/careers. You will be asked to include a letter of interest, resume, and, if applicable, examples of your work (this can be a video from your reporting class, a project you made with friends, anything that you think shows off your production skills).

Qualified applicants will desire to learn new skills, give everything their best shot, and enjoy working as a team to create content they can be proud to share. Strong verbal and written communication skills are also a must. Demonstrated experience in capturing, editing, and posting multimedia content is a plus. The Ideastream Public Media shop works with the Adobe Creative Suite, but if you have experience with other similar software (i.e., Avid Media Composer, Final Cut Pro), please include it in your letter of interest or resume.

This is a paid internship that will be scheduled for approximately 16 hours per week for twelve weeks. College credit is also available. This is a hybrid position interning both remote and in the office with the potential for some fieldwork.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 10/26/21 
Position: Public Relation/Marketing Intern
Company / Organization: CleveLawn

In this position, the intern’s main responsibilities will be to work with the executive team to organize, maintain, and plan for our social media platforms to grow our community presence. The candidate will also be required to maintain and plan our social media influencer program. The candidate will have the opportunity to express their creative freedom and utilize coursework knowledge in a real-world application.

Responsibilities: 

  • Support the CleveLawn Executive team as needed
  • Organize and plan Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube posts for our influencer program
  • Conduct interviews with CleveLawn staff and community partners
  • Follow work crews for photos used in media posts
  • Develop social media presence 
  • Analyze engagements and grow our platforms

Application Deadline: N/A, but internship takes place January 2022 – May 2022.

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Posting Date: 10/26/21 
Position: Graduate Summer Internships 
Company / Organization: Legislative Analyst's Office, The California Legislature's Nonpartisan Fiscal and Policy Advisor

Interns apply the analytical techniques learned in their graduate programs to a practical issue facing the State of California.

Register here to attend a virtual recruitment panel presentation on November 3, 2021 12:00 PM (Pacific Time) featuring analysts from our office.

Application Deadline: December 17, 2021

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Posting Date: 10/26/21 
Position: Marketing Internship
Company / Organization: Cleveland Clinic Administrative Campus

Under the direction of the marketing managers, associates or coordinators, the candidate(s) will help in the development, coordination and implementation of comprehensive marketing strategies and tactics for assigned areas within the Marketing Account Services department. This is a full-time, paid internship program that can also be used for school credit. While working closely with department representatives, participates in a structured learning experience. Performs a variety of administrative tasks and works on various projects.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Researches, compiles, tabulates, and analyzes data and processes for a variety of administrative and departmental matters.
  • Assists department personnel in assigned administrative, planning, organizational, technical, and professional tasks.
  • Provides suggestions or recommendations with regard to department specific projects.
  • Prepares and presents reports; drafts policies and procedures; responds to requests for information.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Additional Responsibilities:

Analysis of competitive information, data and statistics for assigned areas, event planning and execution, management and implementation of various marketing initiatives, web-based and digital marketing initiatives, and collaboration with marketing team members on collateral pieces (brochures, direct mail campaigns, letter writing, etc.)

Interns may assume project management responsibilities for individual programs or projects. Applicants must be able to work in a fast-paced corporate environment, have excellent interpersonal skills and be able to work independently when required.

Application Deadline: Friday, November 12, 2021

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Posting Date: 10/19/21 
Position: Mobility Manager
Company / Organization: Licking County Planning & Development

Licking County Planning & Development is a great team of people that have the privilege of guiding a fast-growing central Ohio community in various facets of development, infrastructure and quality-of-life.  Our staff consists of multiple planning professionals that have the opportunity to impact our community through housing programs, transportation planning, land use & environmental controls and community planning.  We achieve results through a variety of short-term projects and long-term planning efforts.  We currently have a new position open and welcome your interest in joining our talented team.

The Mobility Manager is a specialized position with the Licking County Area Transportation Study (LCATS) and has a focus upon communication, collaboration and logistical efforts.  As part of our team, the Mobility Manager will be responsible for the mobility management program, maximizing use of alternative modes of transportation to decrease isolation and improve quality of life for older adults, people with disabilities and people with low income.  The Mobility Manager is also empowered to seek out additional trip service providers, initiate or assist in the development of new services that meet trip demand and coordinating partnerships for the services needed.  All tasks and goals of the position are derived from the LCATS Long Range Transportation Plan and the Coordinated Plan.

Application Deadline: Open until filled. 

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Posting Date: 10/11/21 
Position: Administrative Intern
Company / Organization: The Presidents’ Council

Key Responsibilities:

  • Answer phones and direct all incoming calls to the appropriate party promptly and efficiently
  • Retrieving mail
  • Bank deposits
  • File
  • Assist staff as assigned on special projects such as fundraising events, golf outing, annual meeting and other organizational events
  • Copying, mailing and faxing
  • Ensure office organization and cleanliness
  • Other tasks as assigned

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 10/11/21 
Position: Intern
Company / Organization: Lake Humane Society

Lake Humane Society, a non-profit animal shelter, is looking for qualified interns to work with their Development Department. LHS is seeking interns who can assist with marketing, fundraising, event planning, and other daily tasks. The intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced environment and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of non-profit development. Excellent verbal and written communication skills Self-motivation Ability to work individually and as a team Excellent computer skills, experience in Canva, Excel and Indesign is a plus Lake Humane Society is looking for undergraduate students in the field(s) of: Marketing, Communications, Non-Profit Leadership and/or related fields.

To apply or for more information, reach out to Elizabeth Johnson, Development Associate: Email: donate@lakehumane.org.

Application Deadline: N/A. 

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Posting Date: 10/11/21 
Position: Intern
Company / Organization: 2022 Ohio Scholars in Aging Program

The Ohio Scholars in Aging program is intended for students enrolled at an Ohio college or university who demonstrate a strong commitment to older adults and their caregivers. As a partnership between the Ohio Department of Aging (ODA) and the Ohio Association of Gerontology and Education (OAGE), we seek a diverse group of emerging professionals in a variety of academic backgrounds.

The program aims to:

  • Link students’ hands-on experience to aging-related policy at the state level;
  • Provide scholars of all academic backgrounds with the opportunity to learn about aging-related policy-making;
  • Establish career-long professional contacts; and
  • Give valuable career knowledge and skills in the field of aging.

We are looking for students who:

  • Have an interest in serving older Ohioans after graduation;
  • Are developing person-centered resources and services that foster independence and autonomy throughout the lifespan;
  • Demonstrate a strong commitment to serving older adults and their caregiv­ers; and
  • Demonstrate achievement in their academics.

Application Deadline: October 31, 2021, 11:59:00 PM

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Posting Date: 10/20/21 
Position: Major Trial Unit Intern
Company / Organization: County Prosecutor’s Office

FUNCTION: 
Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Major Trial Unit (MTU). Projects may include assisting in the preparation for trial of homicide and sexual assault cases. In addition, interns will assist in the coordination of a multiple agency review of ongoing homicide and sexual assault investigations. There will also be an opportunity to work on reviewing applications for conviction integrity reviews.

RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Assist the prosecutor’s office in reviewing ongoing homicide, sexual assault, and conviction integrity investigations; 
  • Assist with communicating with multiple law enforcement agencies; 
  • Read and synthesize police reports; 
  • Assist trial attorneys by creating written transcripts of audio and video recordings; 
  • Provided trial support to MTU trial attorneys;
  • Provide support during meetings and review sessions; 
  • Assist with criminal history details of defendants and other persons of interest; 
  • Assist in analyzing jail calls, social media postings and phone records; 

Application Deadline: All materials must be received by November 22, 2021 at 8:30 am.

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Posting Date: 10/19/21 
Position: Communications Intern
Company / Organization: County Prosecutor’s Office

FUNCTION: 
Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Communications and Public Policy Unit.

RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Assist the prosecutor’s office to develop, maintain, and update social media presence, relationships with law enforcement partners as well as community stakeholders; 
  • Assist with planning, writing, and managing the prosecutor’s office newsletter and annual report; 
  • Draft, distribute, and pitch news releases, media alerts, and other stories; 
  • Update CCPO website when needed; 
  • Organize and attend meetings with CCPO staff, community stakeholders including but not limited to taking minutes and preparing agendas;
  • Assist with logging in and coordinating public records requests; 
  • Reach out to community organizations and the general public concerning CCPO business and news alerts; 
  • Other duties as assigned. 

Application Deadline: All materials must be received by November 22, 2021 at 8:30am.

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Posting Date: 10/19/21 
Position: Crime Strategies Intern 
Company / Organization: County Prosecutor’s Office

FUNCTION:
Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Crime Strategies Unit. Projects may include supporting the prosecutor’s security map app program, the “Daily Incidents Analysis Report,” and acting as intelligence support for gang and serial offense cases.

RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Assist the prosecutor’s office to develop and maintain relationships with law enforcement partners as well as community stakeholders; 
  • Assist with data extraction from multiple police records management systems; 
  • Read and synthesize police reports to learn about violence occurring in different police jurisdictions; 
  • Enter data into CCPO violent crime database; 
  • Help to identify possible trends, patterns, and crime series in our database; 
  • Clean and manage the data that are stored in violent crime database; 
  • Assist with criminal history details of potential prolific offenders that have been identified by detective and prosecutors; 
  • Create maps related to individual cases being handled by the Crime Strategies Unit;
  • Assists with data collection, cleaning, and entry into the CCPO Security Camera Database;
  • Assist in analyzing jail calls, social media postings and phone records; 
  • Assist in making connections between seemingly unrelated shootings and crimes. 

Application Deadline: All materials must be received by November 22, 2021 at 8:30 AM

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Posting Date: 10/6/21 
Position: Planning Intern
Company / Organization: Medina County Department of Planning Services

Under the supervision of the Director, this individual assists in the performance of administrative and professional work relating to planning, zoning and other community development issues. Ongoing participation in undergraduate or graduate level coursework to develop professional competences with specialized knowledge of land use planning, zoning, subdivision review and grant management. Assists in the preparation of staff reports for and presentations to the Medina County Planning Commission, other boards, committees, townships, and the public. They will also assist in coordination efforts with local planning and regulatory agencies to understand community concerns and development plans.

Application Deadline: N/A. Applications will be accepted during the fall, spring, and summer semesters.

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Posting Date: 10/6/21 
Position: Internships
Company / Organization: City of Rocky River 

Marketing Intern
The Marketing Intern will assist the Recreation Department with a multitude of projects that may include web design, graphic design, special event planning/execution, program development, etc. The Marketing Intern(s) are required to utilize general office equipment (copiers, computers, etc.) Microsoft Office products and web/graphic design programs (preferred). The Marketing Intern will predominantly work in an office environment but will spend no less than 25% of his/her time in various recreation spaces or off site at events/member recruitment opportunities. Learn more.

Recreation Operations Intern
The Recreation Operation Intern will assist the Recreation Department with a multitude of projects that will include assisting in the oversight and management of any/all recreational facilities and operations. The intern will learn day-to-day management of specific areas of city recreational facilities which may include: the Umerley Civic Center, the Hamilton Ice Arena, the Municipal Outdoor Pool and/or the ten city parks. The Recreation Operations Interns(s) are required to utilize general office equipment (copiers, computers, etc.) May be required to learn/operate facility specific equipment (fitness, natatorium, maintenance tools, etc.) The Intern will spend approximately 50% of his/her time in an office setting and the other 50% in the facility/field he/she is focusing on (fitness floor, outdoor field, natatorium, ice rink, etc.). Learn more.

Recreation Program Intern
The Recreation Program Intern will assist the Recreation Department with a multitude of projects that will include program development, implementation and assessment. The Intern may have the opportunity to work in a variety of program areas such as: Aquatics & Safety, Fitness & Wellness, Hockey/Skating, Youth/Adult Sports, etc. The Recreation Program Interns(s) are required to utilize general office equipment (copiers, computers, etc.) May be required to learn/operate program specific equipment (pool equipment, fitness equipment, etc.) The Intern will spend approximately 50% of his/her time in an office setting and the other 50% in the field of the program he/she is focusing on (fitness floor, outdoor field, natatorium, ice rink, etc.). Learn more.

Application Deadline: Positions will be posted until filled.


Posting Date: 10/6/21 
Position: Internship focused on Sustainability / Student - Office Worker
Company / Organization: Aramark

The Office Worker is responsible for assisting management with administrative tasks including, but not limited to, ordering, data entry, filing, etc. The Office Worker will be required to interact with customers, visitors, and employees in a professional and courteous manner. The Student - Office Worker must be a student at the Aramark location. Essential functions and responsibilites of the position may vary by Aramark location based on client requirments and business needs.

Essential Functions

  • Responsible for performing administrative functions including distributing mail, ordering and stocking supplies, answering phones, and greeting visitors
  • Assists unit management with clerical tasks in relation to accounting, payroll, receiving, and/or human resources including filing, data entry, record review and maintenance, etc.
  • Greets customers, clients, and employees; answers inquiries or directs calls where necessary
  • Schedules meetings and handles travel arrangements, expense reports, etc.
  • Maintain office memos and informational postings
  • Operate technology, systems, and software such as voicemail systems, copy/scanners, personal computers, and MS Office
  • Other duties and tasks as assigned by manager

Note, the description reads rather generic because they don't have the ability to edit corporate job postings. But students should list their skills and experience with sustainability initiatives when applying.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 10/6/21 
Position: Intern, Spring 2022 (10 weeks starting January 2022)
Company / Organization: MidTown Cleveland, Inc

MidTown Cleveland is seeking an Urban Planning intern with a diverse skill set and flexibility to assist with implementing a variety of neighborhood planning and placemaking/placekeeping projects in the MidTown neighborhood. In addition, the intern is would be responsible for providing additional support and capacity to the Community Development team on various projects as seen fit. Intern will report to the Neighborhood Planning Manager.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 9/30/21 
Position: Development & Marketing Department
Company / Organization: After School All-Stars

ASAS Cleveland is seeking a VISTA to explore and support the Development & Marketing Department at ASAS Cleveland. The VISTA must be energetic, youth-focused, have an understanding for social media and passionate about supporting high quality youth services to Cleveland youth. The successful candidate will demonstrate innovation, a great personality, resourcefulness and a willingness to work in a collaborative
environment. The VISTA will contribute to the success of the Cleveland Chapter’s fundraising and development team who oversees projects and events supporting our programs teams via fundraising events and in-kind contributions.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 9/24/21 
Positions: Planning Internship 
Company / Organization: City of Shaker Heights Planning Department

The City of Shaker Heights Planning Department is seeking a part-time intern to assist planning staff with ongoing projects and department responsibilities. This is an unpaid, volunteer position for Fall/Winter 2021; flexible work-from-home 4-8 hours per week. The position is available from approximately October - December. We will work with students to qualify the intern work for course credit if necessary.

The department is involved with many different responsibilities and projects at any one time. The internship is designed to provide students with practical, hands-on planning experience with experienced planning staff on the implementation of daily planning administration activities as well as current city projects. Interns will be invited to observe or participate in a variety of meetings whenever appropriate. 

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 9/24/21 
Positions: Internship Opportunities
Company / Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Webinar

Have you ever thought about what it’s like to work at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland? Do you want to learn more about the work we do and the communities we serve? Join us for FedUniversity to learn about our yearly summer internship program and exciting career opportunities for college and university students. You’ll learn about the application process, how to prepare for an internship, and how to make the most of your summer experience at the Bank. We will also feature a panel of speakers from different departments to talk about their career journeys, the work they do, and their experiences working at the Bank. A Q&A session will follow the presentation. 

The webinar will be held on Tuesday, September 28, 2021 at 12-1:30pm EDT

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Posting Date: 9/22/21 
Position: 2022 Summer Intern - Community Development (Economic Research & Outreach)
Company / Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

The Community Development Department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland is responsible for research, analysis and engagement on economic issues facing low and moderate income communities throughout the Fourth District (Ohio, western PA, eastern KY and northern WV). Its efforts aim to improve policy design and implementation by 1) applied research and analysis and 2) outreach and engagement. The Department does this by active engagement with economic and community development practitioners, banks, and public and private sector stakeholders across urban, suburban and rural communities.

As a summer scholar you may:

  • Contribute to team projects using quantitative and qualitative research methods to learn about economic and community development programs and policies, focused on affordable housing, workforce and economic development, access to good jobs, small business access to credit and other issues that disproportionately affect impact low and moderate-income individuals and communities;
  • Assist with additional research involving gathering data from various sources and manipulate data using statistical packages and programming languages such as Excel, STATA and SAS
  • Participate in the preparation of online and written publications and briefs for internal and external stakeholders
  • Assist with outreach, public programs and events

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 8/31/21 
Position: Civil Rights Intern
Company / Organization: National Coalition for the Homeless

The Homeless Civil Rights Intern will work remotely until after at least 75% of the population is vaccinated. This individual will participate in the Homeless Civil Rights workgroup to implement the goals of reducing criminalization of homelessness and monitor and report on hate crimes directed at homeless people. The intern will assist with a monthly civil rights newsletter, and work to organize homeless led groups. Assist with outreach to advocates throughout the United States. The intern will assist with updating information on the “You Don’t Need a Home to Vote” campaign to increase access to the ballot box for those experiencing homelessness. By tracking data across the country and at various locales, interns will be expected to produce reports, summaries, and articles on particular efforts to criminalize homelessness, trends, successes, or model efforts to reduce law enforcement in the distribution of social services. This intern will work to highlight the negative impacts of making it illegal to be homeless, and work to get that message out to elected officials, community leaders and the general public. Finally, the intern will work to track and report on the impact of the pandemic on those experiencing homelessness as a Civil Rights issue. 

Application Deadline: September 15, 2021

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Posting Date: 8/31/21
Position: Racial Equity Intern
Company / Organization: National Coalition for the Homeless

The Homeless Racial Equity Intern will work remotely until after at least 75% of the population is vaccinated. This individual will participate in the Homeless Racial Equity workgroup to implement the goals of reducing discrimination and injustice within the housing and homeless system. The intern will assist with compiling a curriculum for local and state coalitions to use in teaching about racial inequality in the homeless sector. They will assist with outreach to advocates throughout the United States to encourage diversity in leadership and board appointments to include more people who have experienced homelessness in leadership. The intern will assist with updating a literature reference guide to supplement a racial equity curriculum. The Racial Equity intern will work with advocates from across the United States to implement policy changes to reduce inequality. This intern will work to set up meetings with key policy makers to forward NCH policy objectives. Finally, the intern will work to highlight inequality and discriminatory policies that act as a block to stable housing in the local community. 

Application Deadline: September 15, 2021

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Posting Date: 8/26/21 
Position: Accounting/Finance Intern
Company / Organization: Akron Urban League

The Akron Urban League is a non-profit organization that is working toward improving the quality of life of the citizens of Summit County through economic self-reliance and social empowerment. We are seeking an Accounting Intern to support the work of the finance office staff, which consists of a CFO and an Accounting Specialist. The Intern will report to the CFO and will be expected to work onsite. They must exhibit sound judgment, excellent time management and organizational skills, and confidentiality to be effective in fulfilling the duties.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist with financial modeling
  • Help with accounts receivable management
  • Provide support for annual budgeting process
  • Assist with statistical analysis and other special projects
  • Provide general accounting support in a non-profit environment
  • Prepare monthly/quarterly financial analysis packets for management

Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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Posting Date: 8/25/21 
Position: Children’s Activities Coordinator
Company / Organization: Salvation Army (Harbor Light Complex)

The Children’s Activities Coordinator will be responsible for interacting with the children of the Zelma George program as he/she organizes daily activities that will motivate the children to participate as well as keeping them suitably entertained as well as appropriately busy.

Essential Duties:

  • Prepare an activities calendar – preferably one month in advance.
  • Responsible for coordinating /developing daily activities to engage the children of the Zelma George program.
  • Ensure a variety of sport, recreation, educational, cultural and other activities are offered throughout the month’s calendar.
  • Schedule, supervise and lead the activities.
  • Maintain daily communication with parents.
  • Maintain attendance and participation records as necessary.
  • Utilize community resources as part of the program.
  • Child Watch with the approval of management and by case manager referral (including during in-house groups, housing and doctor appointments).
  • Engage children and parents in positive projects/activities.
  • Plan/organize holiday and special events for the program.
  • Organize and oversee volunteer activities as needed.
  • Attend all mandatory trainings or meetings
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Program Manager or Executive Director.

To apply please email a cover letter expressing your interest in this internship and a resume to Megan Crow, Program Director, Salvation Army of Greater Cleveland to Megan.Crow@use.salvationarmy.org.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 8/20/21 
Position: Economic Development Intern
Company / Organization: NOACA

This position involves learning and applying basic planning and economic development skills to assigned tasks, under close supervision in an office environment. The College Intern/Co-op is a temporary. The College Intern/Coop is responsible for learning and applying the skills needed to perform assigned tasks and assisting other staff members with assigned tasks. The College Intern/Co-op will work on economic development issues, as assigned at the time of hire, in furtherance of the mission of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) as a metropolitan planning organization (MPO) and areawide water quality management agency. Economic development interns/Co-ops will work under direct supervision of a senior strategic planner.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 8/20/21 
Position: Intern
Company / Organization: ORT America - Ohoi Region

Mission: A global education network driven by Jewish values and innovation, preparing people and communities for meaningful, self-sufficient futures. The ORT network reaches more than 200,000 people a year in schools, universities, and vocational training programs in more than 30 countries. We bridge the gap between ability and opportunity by providing leading science and technology education.

Specific duties include:

  • Learn to manage day-to-day office functions
  • Assist Associate Director on specific projects
  • Handle monies that come into the organization include deposits, tracking and acknowledgments
  • Prepare materials for events and meetings
  • Prepare and handle annual mailings
  • Research donor prospects
  • Serve as on-site staff person for in-person events

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 8/3/21 
Position: Neighborhood Development Associate
Company / Organization: Ohio City Inc.

Job Description:
The Neighborhood Development Associate is a new position created to support staff in managing the external real estate development taking place in Ohio City. Responsibilities include facilitating the local landmarks design review committee, working with our staff, developers, and the city of Cleveland to help shape projects, assisting professionals through the City of Cleveland’s permitting process, and assisting staff with community engagement and outreach around proposed projects. 

The ideal candidate would have a desire to develop skills in community development, as well as an interest in architecture and urban design. Must be available to work on Thursdays 9am-1pm.

The job duties will include but not be limited to:

  • Create and keep the local design review agenda up to date, including coordinating with applicants
  • Work with applicants to shape proposals and presentations
  • Take meeting notes and distribute to the City of Cleveland Landmarks Commission
  • Facilitate local design review meetings in Ohio City
  • Work with staff to engage and inform the community around projects
  • Upload design review meetings to YouTube and CoUrbanize, Ohio City Incorporated’s online engagement platform
  • Update the Ohio City website to reflect meeting agendas and dates

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 8/3/21 
Position: Operations Intern
Company / Organization: HNI Healthcare

POSITION SUMMARY
This position will provide professional development, insight to our physician practice and software, meaningful project
development, experience in the hospital medicine field. Interns will, be responsible for assisting with special projects and tasks across multiple areas in the operations department. These responsibilities will be customized to the intern’s interest as well as to the needs of the organization. Interns will meet with relevant leaders within the organization to receive an orientation and description of the day to day engagements and responsibilities to be executed. Interns will also receive formal feedback on a regular basis. HNI Healthcare will work directly
with universities to meet the goals of the internship program.

Intern will be exposed to:

  • Real world knowledge and experience of the business of healthcare
  • Working closely with Hospital Program Administrators/Operators
  • Working closely with Physicians and Mid-Level Providers (Nurse Practitioners/Physician Assistants)
  • Attending department meetings
  • Attending company compliance training/education sessions
  • Rotate through all departments of company and meet with Senior Leadership

Scope of Duties / Tasks:

  • Attend meetings with hospital staff, HNI administration, and/or other stakeholders as directed to ensure program goals and initiatives are being met
  • Prepare and analyze various data reports on monthly basis
  • Monitor provider metrics and reporting
  • May perform some Patient Advocate duties
  • Coordinate daily office operations
  • Facilitate billing reconciliation
  • Undertake various projects including but not limited to, quality improvement, customer satisfaction, metric improvement
  • Act as a liaison to ensure all HNI administrative needs related to credentialing, human resources, payroll, revenue cycle management, and recruiting are met.
  • Act as a liaison between the HNI Healthcare team of clinician’s and outside entities to ensure timely responses to all clinical care matters, such as completion of death certificates, responses to prescription medicine clarification requests, and the like.
  • Coordinate daily assignments and tasks for the HNI Healthcare team of clinicians, Patient Advocates, and hospital staff as directed and/or assigned
  • Observe and assist with assuring clinicians’ staffing schedule is complete and up to date at all times to ensure adequate clinical coverage as directed by the facility.
  • May attend case management, patient referral, and other care coordination meetings as directed and/or assigned.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 8/3/21 
Position: Development & Communications Intern
Company / Organization: Refresh Collective

Job Description:
We need support in grant research and grant writing, social media promotion, donor communications, and direct-program support. An intern would work with Refresh Collective's Communications and Grant Manager to submit completed grant applications, communicate with our donor base, and complete other fundraising management tasks. Other support tasks would revolve around communications with partner agencies and administering program evaluation procedures.

Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted during the fall, spring, and summer semesters.

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Posting Date: 8/3/21 
Position: Intern
Company / Organization: West Park Kamm’s Neighborhood Development

Calling all students interested in food justice, environmental sustainability, urban affairs, and community development! WPKND seeks an intern to work 10-12 hours per week with our Farmers Market Manager to help organize and execute the Kamm’s Corners Farmers Market, a growing producers’ market on Cleveland’s west side with programming emphasizing fresh food access, environmental stewardship, and family activities. This position provides a student the opportunity to learn more broadly about community development through participation in staff meetings and a wide range of other meetings of areas of the organization.

The intern will collaborate with WPKND’s Neighborhood Engagement team to connect residents with neighborhood resources, especially marketgoers with resources to access fresh produce and other nutritional assistance programs. This position will support market outreach, attend neighborhood events, community meetings, and meet with local leaders to build trust and better understand the needs of low- and moderateincome communities with respect to food justice. At the farmers market, the intern will engage attendees and promote the acceptance of SNAP and other related programs. The intern will assist in coordinating with partners leading up to the market as well as support partners day-of. The intern will assist the Market Manager with data collection and reporting of vital market statistics to stakeholders. Working closely with the WPKND team, the intern will help to optimize our environmental sustainability programming to achieve the highest possible ecological benefit for the neighborhood and all its residents.

Application Deadline: August 16, 2021

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Posting Date: 8/3/21 
Position: Intern
Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office

Function:
Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Communications and Public Policy Unit.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist the prosecutor’s office to develop, maintain, and update social media presence, relationships with law enforcement partners as well as community stakeholders;
  • Assist with planning, writing, and managing the prosecutor’s office newsletter and annual report;
  • Draft, distribute, and pitch news releases, media alerts, and other stories;
  • Update CCPO website when needed;
  • Organize and attend meetings with CCPO staff, community stakeholders including but not limited to taking minutes and preparing agendas; 
  • Assist with logging in and coordinating public records requests;
  • Reach out to community organizations and the general public concerning CCPO business and news alerts;
  • Other duties as assigned. 

Application Deadline: All materials must be received by August 16, 2021 at 8:30am.

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Posting Date: 8/2/21 
Position: Urban Planning Internship
Company / Organization: City of Lakewood

The City of Lakewood is seeking an Intern to work directly with Planning & Development staff to gain hands-on practical experience working on residential, commercial and planning projects within the City. It is our objective to provide the intern with a multi-disciplinary experience using the latest technology to support his or her work. The intern will spend their time working individually and collaboratively to complete assigned projects within a given timeline. This is a paid internship and a 29-hour work week is preferred. This internship is anticipated to run through May of 2022.

The Department of Planning and Development works on a variety of projects involving residential and commercial development, affordable housing, and varied planning functions including resiliency, zoning, and public infrastructure master planning. The intern will gain experience in several areas with a focus affordable housing programs, implementing federal funded programs, supporting the work of our Boards and Commissions, zoning analysis, and other projects as assigned. Some flexibility to attend evening meetings with the community would be desired.

Note: Candidate must be currently enrolled in at least their junior year within an Urban Planning or similar curriculum. Master’s degree students are preferred.

Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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Posting Date: 8/2/21 
Position: Public Relation/Marketing Intern
Company / Organization: CleveLawn

The intern’s main responsibilities will be to work with the executive team to organize, maintain, and plan for our social media platforms to grow our community presence. The candidate will also be required to maintain and plan our social media influencer program. The candidate will have the opportunity to express their creative freedom and utilize coursework knowledge in a real-world application.

 Responsibilities:

  • Support the CleveLawn Executive team as needed
  • Organize and plan Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube posts for our influencer program
  • Conduct interviews with CleveLawn staff and community partners
  • Follow work crews for photos used in media posts
  • Develop social media presence
  • Analyze engagements and grow our platforms

Application Deadline: N/A, however the internships begins in September, 2021.

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Posting Date: 7/19/21 
Position: Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) Paraprofessional Intern
Company / Organization: Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

Do you have a passion for the environment and technology? The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District is looking for a Technical Services Group Paraprofessional Intern. This 12-month internship will give you a variety of experiences working with projects related to the implementation of our Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), GIS Support, and developing applications. If you are looking for hands-on work experience where you can have a direct impact on our community, please read on and apply to be considered.

The intern will assist with various projects throughout the assignment, including, but not limited to:

Project Title: Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) Support & Implementation
-Assist with creating documentation of processes used by the CMMS team
-Assist with the Quick Response (QR) Code Implementation
-Assist with reviewing the User Defined Fields (UDFs) in the CMMS
-Support CMMS Training Efforts
-Support the Asset Reliability Managers (ARMs) with documentation updates

Project Title: Geographic Information System (GIS) Collections & Plants Support
-Assist with editing existing and creating new asset records (GIS Editing)
-Assist with creating asset packets for GIS/CMMS
-Assist with field investigations of Collections & Plants GIS assets
-Assist with maintaining existing ArcGIS Online (AGO) applications

Project Title: System Integration General Support
-Assist with creating documentation to support mobile strategy and training

Project Title: Develop an AGO application for Plant Asset Inventory
-Create a new AGO application to track Plant assets.

Other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 7/15/21 
Position: Watershed Programs Paraprofessional Intern
Company / Organization: Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District is looking for a new Watersheds Programs interns! This 12-month internship will be an excellent opportunity for Geography/GIS, Environmental Science/Engineering majors looking to work in a professional setting. If you're looking to make an impact on the environment and want to work with the top professionals in the industry, apply now!

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 7/7/21 
Position: Business Development Program Assistant
Company / Organization: Clean Fuels Ohio

Clean Fuels Ohio is looking for a driven, strategic-minded individual to serve as the Business Development Program Assistant. The individual will support Director of Business Development and Communications as well as the Events and Communications Coordinator assisting in research, reporting, and outreach and the day-to-day activities of both supervisors.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 7/7/21 
Position: Social Media Intern
Company / Organization: After School All-Stars

ASAS Cleveland is seeking a Social Media Intern to work with our staff and students to help tell our story. The Social Media Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about sharing ASAS Cleveland’s story with our audience. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth, and the ability to build relationships with K – 8th grade students. The Social Media Intern’s mission is to ensure ASAS Cleveland is telling their All-Stars’ stories in a safe and healthy environment. The Social Media Intern will work to share our stories to our current audience and continuously strive to reach more individuals, companies, organizations, and followers while also having the opportunity to share their media outreach background with our All-Star students!

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 7/7/21 
Position: Fundraising & Development Intern
Company / Organization: After School All-Stars

ASAS is currently seeking a passionate and talented Fundraising & Development Intern. The Fundraising & Development Intern is responsible for assisting the Development & Marketing Manager with development and fundraising events and projects. The intern will assist the core job functions of the ASAS Cleveland Development Team. The Fundraising & Development Intern will be given a minimum of 1 project that will contribute to the success of the Cleveland Chapter’s fundraising and development projects and events.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 7/7/21 
Position: Behavior Support Intern
Company / Organization: After School All-Stars

ASAS Cleveland is seeking a Behavior Support Intern to work directly with elementary and middle school students in an engaging after-school program. The Behavior Support Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about providing high quality youth services to Cleveland youth. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth in an educational setting, and the ability to build relationships with 1st – 8th grade students. The Behavior Support Intern’s mission is to ensure that youth have a positive and healthy after-school experience and are crucial to a successful after-school program. The Behavior Support Intern will work to expose ASAS students to new concepts in learning and help them develop a stronger sense of social responsibility and civic awareness.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 6/28/21 
Position: Human Resources Intern
Company / Organization: Playhouse Square

Playhouse Square is looking for an outgoing and motivated individual with excellent communication skills to take on our challenging and exciting position of Human Resources Intern. 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Embrace Playhouse Square values and programs that further Diversity, Equity and Inclusion within the department.
  2. Update non-payroll related items in HRMS system.
  3. Assist with phone prescreens, interview scheduling, and reference checking.
  4. Assemble and replenish supplies for new hire packets.
  5. Assist with new hire orientation.
  6. Provide project assistance as needed for HR; assist with mailings, employee events.
  7. General office duties including filing, copying, label making, distribution of information and reports to other departments.
  8. Assist with tracking vacation and sick time.
  9. Assist with administration of the Rounds of Applause program.
  10. Assist with keeping manual current.
  11. Respond to employment applicants using formatted letters.
  12. Assist with updates to the AllCast website as needed.
  13. Provide switchboard relief as necessary.
  14. Perform other human resources duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 6/28/21 
Position: HR Information Systems Paraprofessional Intern
Company / Organization: Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

Under the supervision of the HRIS Supervisor the HR Information Systems Paraprofessional Intern will assist with various aspects of the Employee Services activities and projects throughout the assignment, including but not limited to:

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 5/5/21 
Position: Intern
Company / Organization: Richland County Regional Planning Commission

Richland County Regional Planning Commission (RCRPC) is searching for a motivated intern to assist with implementing a summer active transportation project. A successful candidate would be community minded, detail oriented and adaptive. 

The intern with supervision will lead the implementation of an active transportation project this summer called “Walk Richland” - a project along the B & O Trail to encourage walkers and bikers to explore the surrounding communities (Bellville, Lexington, Butler, and Mansfield) through signage and directions. This position is ideal for a college student with a strong interest in furthering community engagement, communications and project planning. 

Application Deadline: N/A, however this internship begins in mid May, 2021.

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Posting Date: 5/27/21 
Position: Planning and Design Intern
Company / Organization: Planning and Design Intern

The planning and design intern will assist with all functions of the Planning & Design Department including long-range planning, park master plans, trail development, facility design and development, and various site investigations.

  • Regular and predictable attendance is expected and required. All Cleveland Metroparks employees must be prepared to work flexible schedules, including evenings, weekends, and/or holidays as required.
  • Assists with park master plans including researching, producing drawings, documenting meeting notes, and field visits.
  • Assists with public meeting and comment phase coordination and documentation, including populating Cleveland Metroparks website.
  • Assist with survey development, fielding surveys, and outreach.
  • Assist with publication development for year-end updates on strategic plan accomplishments and reservation plan write ups.
  • Assists in demographic and community analyses and profiles, analyzing and evaluating data and societal trends.
  • Researches, organizes, inventories, updates, and collates community information, trail data, recreational data and trends, park information and other requested information for department to incorporate into the strategic plan, reports, and CAPRA certification efforts.
  • Research on various topics, including bicycle demand forecasting best practices and grant/funding opportunities
  • Produces mapping, as needed.
  • Travels to various locations throughout the park district, including remote locations to conduct construction site and potential work site visits to take photos for planning project purposes, and to view spaces for public meetings planning purposes.
  • Performs related duties as assigned or apparent.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 5/27/21 
Position: Marketing Intern
Company / Organization: Cleveland Metroparks

The Marketing Intern works in an in-house position with the Marketing Department, gaining valuable experience in multiple areas of marketing, communications, and research and analytics.

  • Regular and predictable attendance is expected and required. All Cleveland Metroparks employees must be prepared to work flexible schedules, including evenings, weekends, and/or holidays as required.
  • Assist in the collection, analysis, and synthesis of information, including survey data collection through in-person intercepts/interviews.
  • Mines data and synthesizes insights across a variety of internal and external data sources to inform product, marketing, and sales.
  • Utilizes google analytics to develop insights and make recommendations for digital and website strategy.
  • Assists with promotions with media partners.
  • Performs updates to website content and assists with ongoing website maintenance.
  • Assists photographer and video producer as needed.
  • Tracks and organizes data and metrics for the research team.
  • Gather information and write e-newsletter content.
  • Proofreads written communications for quality and accuracy.
  • Requires attendance at events at Lakefront locations to assist in data gathering projects.
  • Provides administrative support to the department and assists with related functions and special projects as assigned.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 5/14/21 
Position: Creative Social Media Management/Marketing Intern
Company / Organization: CleveLawn

CleveLawn is a local non-profit organization that was established in 2019. Our mission is to reduce violence and poverty throughout Cleveland. With our workforce development model, we help these communities by training them with the skills and behaviors required for success in workforce. CleveLawn focuses on breaking down the barriers of entry for second chance citizens, individuals in long term recovery, and at-risk youth. Our vision is to beautify and sustain marginalized communities in the greater Cleveland area.

In this position, the intern will work with the executive team to organize, maintain, and plan for our social media platforms to grow our community presence. The candidate will also be required to maintain and plan our social media influencer program. The candidate will have the opportunity to express their creative freedom and utilize coursework knowledge in a real-world application.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 5/5/21 
Position: Summer Intern
Company / Organization: City of East Cleveland

The City of East Cleveland is seeking an Intern to work directly with the Community Development department staff to gain hands-on practical experience working on Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) programs and projects. The intern will spend time working independently and collaboratively to complete assigned projects within a given timeline.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 5/5/21 
Position: Intern
Company / Organization: Team Neo

Site Strategies Intern, in coordination with JobsOhio and community partners, understands, and sells the competitiveness of NEO for business investment, resulting in job creation and an increase in capital investment monies. Key duties include management of the site selection process and database. Intern will develop a deep understanding of competitive available sites and buildings in the region. In addition, the coordinator supports the site programs of JobsOhio and Team NEO. 

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 5/5/21 
Position: Intern
Company / Organization: City of Cuyahoga Falls

Perform duties as requested under the supervision of the Planning Director and Community  Development Director, including: permit reviews; code reviews; plan reviews; administrative tasks; records retention; attendance at board & commission meetings; assistance with Master Plans.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 4/30/21 
Position: Dan Broun Summer Internship
Company / Organization: MDC 

MDC is looking for a bright and enthusiastic individual for a position in the Summer of 2021 to assist with two projects underway at MDC: one led by United Philanthropy Forum focused on philanthropy in rural communities to advance rural equity and, secondarily, Great Expectations, a project of the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust focused on early childhood development in an urban setting.

The Dan Broun Intern will assist the program staff with a major project that aims to advance philanthropic investment to increase equitable outcomes for rural people across America, with a particular focus on racial equity and in places that experience high poverty. The intern will also provide limited assistance to MDC’s Great Expectations team, which works to ensure that all children in Forsyth County, NC reach Kindergarten prepared to succeed. As part of project teams, the intern can expect to:

  • Track and monitor key themes, trends, and events emerging from the work of project partner organizations, especially THRIVE Rural
  • Research rural investing on the part of members of the United Philanthropy Forum and organize information into types of investments
  • Develop a database in which MDC can track strong, rural practitioners we may want to tap for expertise over the course of the project
  • Scan literature and strong practices on critical issues facing rural communities nationally that limit equitable outcomes for rural people (e.g., lack of access to broadband; lack of nonprofit capacity in some rural places). Write informal/internal summary memos as needed to summarize the state of the field on these issues
  • Identify and track key publications that focus on rural equity issues; summarize key issues for the project team; organize information in team files
  • Carry out background research on certain members of the United Philanthropy Forum on their interests and experience in funding work relevant to this initiative
  • Assist the Great Expectations team with research, scheduling, and note-taking as assigned
  • Carry out a national scan of the field of strong approaches that are addressing inequities in maternalinfant mortality and other equitable birth outcomes
  • Maintaining a log or journal outlining highlights and insights of the internship experience for external audiences, including MDC Board members

Application Deadline: N/A. 

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Posting Date: 4/24/21 
Position: Climate Resiliency and Sustainability Intern 
Company / Organization:  Cleveland Neighborhood Progress 

In this position, the intern will work with the placemaking team to support several sustainability and environmental initiatives, managed by Cleveland Neighborhood Progress within the placemaking team, specifically, Circular Cleveland, a collaborative initiative of City of Cleveland and Cleveland Neighborhood Progress, supported by Neighborhood Connections to help Cleveland transition to a more environmentally regenerative, circular economy. The intern will have the opportunity dive into other projects relating to the Cleveland Tree Plan, air quality, and water equity. 

Application Deadline: N/A. Internship begins in May 2021.

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Posting Date: 4/21/21 
Position: Small Business Outreach Coordinator
Company / Organization: Northeast Ohio Hispanic Center for Economic Development

The Small Business Outreach Coordinator is a paid internship position that will work closely with our small business community to assist them through direct small business outreach. The Small Business Outreach Coordinator will develop and implement a strategy to identify small businesses at risk of closing or that have suffered loss of revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Small Business Outreach Coordinator will provide the additional tools and support required to implement a quick response strategy to support micro-businesses and provide interventions that will help them sustain and survive this pandemic era. This position reports directly to the Director of Community/Economic Development.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.


Posting Date: 4/30/21 
Position: Sustainability & Special Projects Paraprofessional Intern
Company / Organization: Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

Are you interested in a career in clean water? The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District is looking for a new Paraprofessional Intern to support Sustainability and Special Projects! This 12-month internship will give you a variety of experience working with projects related to the delivery of our Sustainability Plan, recycling program, and reporting on greenhouse gas and energy data. If you are looking for hands-on work experience where you can have a direct impact on our community, please read the job description and apply to be considered.

Application Deadline: N/A. 


Posting Date: 4/24/21 
Position: Development Resources Intern
Company / Organization: Brookfield Properties

Position Summary:

  • Assist Building Technology Function with the following:
    • Completing Digital Master Planning Roadmap
    • Integration of Existing Retail Technology into site planning
  • Various Responsibilities in Implementation of PMWeb of Mixed-Use Development
  • Project to Include:
    • User Support
    • Data Entry and Validation
    • Quality Esurance
    • Procure-to-Pay Supplier Enablement
  • Assisting the Environmental, Social & Governance Function (ESG) obtain Fitwel certification for the Brookfield Key Tower Office Space
  • Process Map and Make Improvement Recommendation for the Existing Vision and
  • Design Process Supporting Development Assets
  • Work with Functional Leaders to Develop and Deploy Functional Dashboards for
  • Executive-Level Communication
  • Continue to Build and Refine the Full Cycle Support Hub and Drive Traffic to SharePoint Site.

Application Deadline: N/A. 

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To apply for this internship email a coverletter an resume to Jason​ Frisbie VP, Development Strategy & Services at Jason.Frisbie@brookfieldpropertiesdevelopment.com.


Posting Date: 4/14/2021 
Position: Research Assistant
Company / Organization: KM Date Community Planning, LLC

KM Date Community Planning, LLC is seeking a part-time planning research assistant to help with data analysis and web/graphic document support. Primary tasks will be providing data collection and analysis for market and community research, under professional planner training and supervision; and preparing presentation, web and marketing materials. Some work may involve assisting with public engagement logistics including arranging and monitoring video meetings. 

Application Deadline: This position will remain open until filled. 

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Posting Date: 4/12/2021 
Position: Camp Recreational Activities Coordinator | Summer Academy Camp House Parent
Company / Organization: National Coalition for the Homeless

SPIRE Institute is one of the largest indoor, multi-sport, training and competition complexes in the world. With more than 750,000 sq. ft under one roof and acres of outdoor facilities, it has the unique capacity to simultaneously host clubs, leagues, tournaments and championship events no matter the weather or the season. Every consideration has been taken to create an unparalleled experience for the athlete, the coach and the spectator. Our mission at SPIRE is to unlock the full potential of the human spirit via athletics, academics and service.

Camp Recreational Activities Coordinator
We are looking for Full-time House Parent who will mentor, lead and assist student athletes. House parents have an active role in the student athlete’s development. Will be actively involved in student events, enforcing policies and procedures, weekly staff meetings. This position includes evenings, weekends, and holidays.

Camp Recreational Activities Coordinator
The Camp Recreation Activities Coordinator is responsible for planning, overseeing, and directing the evening and weekend activities for summer campers at a sports camp. Performance requires ability to work independently with initiative and discretion within established guidelines. Will be actively involved in student events, enforcing policies and procedures, weekly staff meetings. This position focus’ is in evenings, weekends, and holidays.
Please contact intern@spireinstitute.org for more information about these internships. 

Application Deadline: May 14, 2021

Learn more about this position​​​​​: Camp Recreational Activities Coordinator | Summer Academy Camp House Parent


Posting Date: 4/12/2021 
Position: Civil Rights Summer Intern
Company / Organization: National Coalition for the Homeless

The Homeless Civil Rights Intern will work remotely until after the pandemic. This individual will participate in the Homeless Civil Rights workgroup to implement the goals of reducing criminalization of homelessness and monitor and report on hate crimes directed at homeless people. The intern will assist with a weekly civil rights newsletter. Assist with outreach to advocates throughout the United States. The intern will assist with updating information on the “You Don’t Need a Home to Vote” campaign to increase access to the ballot box for those experiencing homelessness. By tracking data across the country and at various locales, interns will be expected to produce reports, summaries, and articles on particular efforts to criminalize homelessness, trends, successes, or model efforts to reduce law enforcement in the distribution of social services. This intern will work to highlight the negative impacts of making it illegal to be homeless, and work to get that message out to elected officials, community leaders and the general public. Finally, the intern will work to track and report on the impact of the pandemic on those experiencing homelessness as a Civil Rights issue.

Application Deadline: May 15, 2021

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Posting Date: 4/5/2021 
Position: Strategy & Programs Intern  
Company / Organization: Urbanova

The Urbanova Internship Program is designed for undergraduate or graduate students who have an interest in pursuing a career working at the intersection of urban development, technology, and strategic planning.

Specifically, interns will work with the Urbanova Leadership team on strategic planning and operations support, researching new and emerging policy trends, and supporting the execution of the organizations marketing and communications plan.

Interns will have the opportunity to attend internal and external meetings, develop and present presentations to key Urbanova stakeholders and engage in professional development opportunities.

The Urbanova Internship Program is a semester or year-round program based on the selected candidates background and long-term academic and professional goals.

Application Deadline: N/A

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​ To apply send coverletter and resume to Justin Bibb, Urbanova Chief Strategy Officer at jbibb@urbanova.org.


Posting Date: 4/1/2021 
Position: Administrative Assistant Intern (Revised April 6, 2021)
Company / Organization: Hough Block Club

Become part of the backbone of a community vitalization, and a nexus of community involvement and leadership. The Hough Block Club (The BC) is charging forward in this direction to lead a grassroots, close-knit, and genuine renaissance in Hough. As part of our efforts, The BC seeks an administrative assistant intern with exemplary skills in technical, clerical, administrative, and communication support across a variety of mission areas. If making a difference in the inner-city matters to you, bringing your experience to The BC may be your next opportunity.

Application Deadline: April 30, 2021

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​   


Posting Date: 4/1/2021 
Position: Fundraising & Development Intern
Company / Organization: After-School All-Stars (ASAS)

ASAS is currently seeking a passionate and talented Fundraising & Development Intern. The Fundraising & Development Intern is responsible for assisting the Development & Marketing Manager with development and fundraising events and projects. The intern will assist the core job functions of the ASAS Cleveland Development Team. The Fundraising & Development Intern will be given a minimum of 1 project that will contribute to the success of the Cleveland Chapter’s fundraising and development projects and events.

Application Deadline: N/A

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​ 


Posting Date: 4/1/2021 
Position: Social Media Intern
Company / Organization: After-School All-Stars (ASAS)

ASAS Cleveland is seeking a Social Media Intern to work with our staff and students to help tell our story. The Social Media Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about sharing ASAS Cleveland’s story with our audience. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth, and the ability to build relationships with K – 8th grade students. The Social Media Intern’s mission is to ensure ASAS Cleveland is telling their All-Stars’ stories in a safe and healthy environment. The Social Media Intern will work to share our stories to our current audience and continuously strive to reach more individuals, companies, organizations, and followers while also having the opportunity to share their media outreach background with our All-Star students!

Application Deadline: N/A

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​ 


Posting Date: 4/1/2021 
Position: Intern
Company / Organization: Emerald Development and Economic Network, Inc. (EDEN)

An intern is needed to help with the planning of a 30th  anniversary event for EDEN. The event will be held on Saturday, September 11, 2021 at The Madison in downtown Cleveland. EDEN is expecting 300+ guests to attend including community leaders, philanthropists, corporate partners, EDEN residents, and more. The event will feature dinner, an awards ceremony, music, and a silent auction.

There is a vast amount of work that needs to be done for this,event and EDEN is looking for an intern to help its staff in planning the event from start to finish. Specific tasks will include, but not be limited to:

  • Research the internet for the most pertinent contact information for our prospective sponsors.
  • Help write a script for sponsorship follow‐up and make some calls.
  • Assist in procuring raffle basket/auction items.
  • Provide much‐needed planning and logistical assistance leading up to the day of the event.

Application Deadline: N/A

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​ 


Posting Date: 3/26/2021 
Position: Community and Economic Development Unpaid Internship
Company / Organization: City of Shaker Heights

The City of Shaker Heights Economic Development Department is seeking a part-time community and economic development intern to assist economic development staff with ongoing projects and department responsibilities. This is an unpaid, volunteer position for Summer 2021; flexible 10-20 hours for 2-4 days per week. The position is available approximately May-August. Work will largely be performed virtually. Limited on-site work may be performed throughout the summer as mutually determined.

The department is involved with many different responsibilities and projects at any one time. The internship is designed to provide students with practical, hands-on community and economic development experience in an inner ring suburb. The intern will work closely with experienced department staff on implementation of housing, neighborhood engagement and business related activities. Interns will be invited to observe or participate in a variety of meetings, likely virtual, whenever appropriate.

Application Deadline: N/A

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​


Posting Date: 3/26/2021 
Position: Summer Intern - Community Development
Company / Organization: City of Hudson

  • Receives and responds to inquiries from the public, project applicants, developers, architects, engineers, real estate professionals, attorneys, property owners, other government agency representatives, City consultants, and other City staff regarding the development review process, forms, fees, procedures, and the status of an application; contacts development applicants to convey and request information.
  • Researches and compiles information on a variety of planning issues from multiple sources. Prepares maps, charts, and tables of limited complexity.
  • Performs routine office tasks including data entry, software management, copying, and answering customer inquiries.
  • Must provide a high level of customer service by being courteous, responsive, respectful and helpful in all interactions with staff, superiors and the general public.
  • Must establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, other city employees, school officials, community groups and organizations, and the general public.
  • May perform other related duties as assigned.
  • Must follow and comply with City rules and policies, and must have regular, reliable, and punctual attendance.

Application Deadline: N/A

For more information see:  Summary | Detailed Description


Posting Date: 3/26/2021 
Position: Marketing Summer Internship
Company / Organization: Greater Cleveland RTA

Students entering their Sophomore, Junior or Senior year of college, or recent college graduate, are invited to apply!  GCRTA will be hiring a seasonal intern to assist the marketing department with organizing our digital assets and archiving historical documents. May also be involved in the community outreach of the system redesign (Next Gen RTA).

The marketing intern will be responsible for organizing and arranging the files in the digital library. Photos need to be accurately labeled and archived for ease of use. Historical documents and photos will need to be digitized and archived according to the records retention program. Other marketing department tasks may be assigned related to this project.

Application Deadline: N/A

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​


Posting Date: 3/26/2021 
Position: Public Transit Development Program Intern
Company / Organization: Greater Cleveland RTA

The objective of the GCRTA Public Transit Development Program is to promote the career development and advancement of recent graduates and professionals through practical transit operations experience in the public sector. The program supports participants from internship through final placement in the extended rotational program.

The successful internship candidate will receive practical operations experience in the public sector by leading a meaningful project that adds direct value to the Authority. Each intern will gain skills in operations analytics, public speaking, performance management, and more. For those who successfully complete the 10 week internship, an opportunity to join the two-year Public Transit Development Program may present itself as the next career stop. The goal of both the internship and extended rotational program is to become a well-rounded leader within transit, by learning as much about the whole RTA operation as possible.

Application Deadline: N/A, however the projected start date for the internship is June 7, 2021.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​


Posting Date: 3/26/2021 
Position: STARS & Resources Intern
Company / Organization: Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education

The STARS & Resources Intern assists in submission review of AASHE’s Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS) and provides administrative and technical support in the ongoing development of AASHE resources, particularly related to AASHE’s online resource library, the Campus Sustainability Hub. The intern will work from their virtual home office and will be responsible for using their own personal computer and high-speed internet connection.

Application Deadline: Applications are due no later than April 16, 2021.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​


Posting Date: 3/26/2021 
Position: Marketing Intern
Company / Organization: Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education

Works directly with the Senior Marketing Manager to support the organizational marketing and communications efforts.  You will apply the analytical and business knowledge gained in the classroom in a real-world setting supporting the marketing team to drive social following and digital outreach for key organizational initiatives. During the internship, you will focus on a variety of marketing projects that require a new perspective to deliver results against our immediate and future business goals. The experience requires collaboration and a positive attitude. The intern will work from their virtual home office and will be expected to use their own personal computer and high-speed internet connection.

Application Deadline: Applications are due no later than April 16, 2021.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 3/26/2021 
Position: Two Summer Interns
Company / Organization: City of Worthington

The City of Worthington is seeking one to two public administration/public policy graduate students for a summer internship for up to 40 hours per week. Individuals who have just completed a Master’s Degree are also eligible to be considered. Interns will work directly with the City Manager’s Office and administration with a focus on public policy and program development and public communication. This is a great opportunity for individuals interested in a career in city management to gain exposure to the profession in an environment with a history of strong, professional management.

Application Deadline: April 2, 2021

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​


Posting Date: 3/26/2021 
Position: Tremont West 2021 Summer Associate
Company / Organization: Tremont West / AmeriCorps VISTA

The Summer Associate will work alongside community members and Tremont West staff to support the Tremont neighborhood’s community gardens and public spaces, Tremont Farmers Market, housing counseling and employment outreach and Arts in August event series. The Summer Associate will be responsible for the coordination of community garden and vacant land/public greenspace reuse projects as well as implementation of the Tremont Towpath Integration Plan. The Tremont Farmers Market serves over 1,000 people weekly. The Associate will assist the Market Manager with various tasks to ensure the market’s success including the promotion of using EBT and Produce Perks at the market. In addition, the Associate will work with program outreach around housing counseling and employment programs. This outreach will include some door-knocking and one-on-one conversations. The Associate will also assist with our Arts in August and Tremont Arts & Cultural Festival series which offers free dance and theatre performances as well as visual arts and community and children’s programming in Tremont’s Lincoln Park. The Associate will be responsible for the creation of an audience survey and distribution at the performances as well as social media marketing.

Application Deadline: May 5, 2021

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​


Posting Date: 3/18/2021 
Position: Intern
Company / Organization: Lake Humane Society

Lake Humane Society, a non-profit animal shelter, is looking for qualified interns to work with their Development Department. LHS is seeking interns who can assist with marketing, fundraising, event planning, and other daily tasks.

The intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced environment and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of non-profit development.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​ 


Posting Date: 3/13/2021 
Position: Community & Media Relations Paraprofessional Intern (Part-Time)
Company / Organization: Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Are you a current college student majoring in Communications, Marketing, or Public Relations? Are you passionate about the Northeast Ohio community? We have an internship available where you can help make an impact where you live! The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District is looking for a new Part-Time Paraprofessional Intern in our Administration & External Affairs Department. This 3-month internship is a perfect fit for a student looking for hands-on Media Relations experience. Apply now!

Application Deadline: N/A

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​ 


Posting Date: 3/13/2021 
Position: Mayoral Intern (Summer 2021)
Company / Organization: City of University Heights

The University Heights Mayoral Internship Program offers college students unique experiential learning opportunities in local government. Selected participants will work closely with the Mayor and Department Directors. Placement will be based on a number of factors, including the student’s interests, experience/skills, as well as the City’s needs. Prospective mayoral interns will be high school graduates currently enrolled in a four-year college or university as undergraduate or graduate students. The ideal candidate will have strong written and oral communication skills, a record of academic achievement, a demonstrated commitment to public service, and an ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Candidates will have strong interpersonal skills and demonstrate an understanding of the importance of maintaining a high level of ethics and integrity in the work environment. All applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 to be considered.

Application Deadline: N/A

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​ 


Posting Date: 3/13/2021 
Position: Transportation Development Intern
Company / Organization: Hope for a Cure for ALZ 

Intern will conduct prospect research, develop backgrounders for prospects, develop case statements, submit MOU and proposals.

Application Deadline: N/A

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​


Posting Date: 3/13/2021 
Position: Transportation Planner Intern (Planning Intern)
Company / Organization: Licking County Government 

This summer internship is an opportunity to work with a local governmental planning office that participates in a variety of community planning aspects such as transportation systems, land use regulation, community planning, grant administration, housing rehabilitation, and floodplain & stormwater planning. The internship position will largely assist the Licking County Area Transportation Study (LCATS) staff in updating and maintaining traffic counts, GIS data and mapping, and document production. In addition, the intern may have opportunities to work on projects involving Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (aka drone) work, event planning, and special projects. The intern may have opportunities to assist other divisions of our office as well on a variety of planning activities that will help supply a broad range of knowledge involving local community planning.

Application Deadline: N/A

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​


Posting Date: 3/12/2021 
Position: Marketing & Communications Intern
Company / Organization: The Cleveland Foundation

Summary:  The marketing & communications intern will provide support to the entire marketing & communications team, including writing, material development, event planning, research and evaluation. The intern will be responsible to the Chief Marketing Officer with daily supervision provided by the Marketing & Communications Officer. The incumbent will work approximately 14-24 hours per week with increased availability during school breaks, including summers, preferred. As a result of the pandemic, the incumbent will be working remotely for the time being with potential to work in the office in alignment with the foundation’s return-to-work strategy. The intern role is designed to expose and challenge junior or senior level students pursuing a degree in marketing, communications or a related field to all facets of integrated marketing. The internship is designed to follow an academic quarter or semester and may be extended, provided there is additional work available.

Responsibilities and Expected Outcomes:

In collaboration with the Marketing & Communications Officer:

  • Develop content for social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and other digital platforms.
  • Provide on-site/virtual event support and assist team with event planning and community relations.
  • Conduct ongoing news media and social media monitoring and research for Cleveland Foundation coverage, message analysis and community foundation sector trends.
  • Generate e-newsletter and blog content.
  • Generate content for internal communications vehicles.
  • Provide Advancement and Grantmaking communications support as needed, particularly copy writing.

Application Deadline: N/A

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​


Posting Date: 3/10/2021
Position: Communications Intern
Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office

This is an unclassified temporary position. You must be able to commit to a minimum of a 12-week assignment with an option to extend the assignment (120 days maximum) at the discretion of the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor. This internship program provides for a time-limited role at the Prosecutor’s Office and does not express nor imply guaranteed future employment beyond the assignment period.

REQUIREMENTS: Undergraduate and/or graduate level students must be currently enrolled in a college or university program. Preferred experience/knowledge in communications and criminal justice support. Students must receive college credit, complete an independent study, or receive federal work study funds for placement consideration in this internship opportunity.

FUNCTION: Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Communications and Public Policy Unit.

Application Deadline: All materials must be received by April 5, 2021 at 8:30 AM.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​  


Posting Date: 3/10/2021 
Position: Major Trial Unit Intern
Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office

This is an unclassified temporary position. You must be able to commit to a minimum of a 12-week assignment with an option to extend the assignment (120 days maximum) at the discretion of the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor. This internship program provides for a time-limited role at the Prosecutor’s Office and does not express nor imply guaranteed future employment beyond the assignment period.

REQUIREMENTS: Undergraduate and/or graduate level students must be currently enrolled in a college or university program. Preferred experience/knowledge in communications and criminal justice support. Students must receive college credit, complete an independent study, or receive federal work study funds for placement consideration in this internship opportunity.

FUNCTION: Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Major Trial Unit (MTU). Projects may include assisting in the preparation for trial of homicide and sexual assault cases. In addition, interns will assist in the coordination of a multiple agency review of ongoing homicide and sexual assault investigations. There will also be an opportunity to work on reviewing applications for conviction integrity reviews.

Application Deadline: All materials must be received by April 5, 2021 at 8:30 AM.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​


Posting Date: 3/10/2021  
Position: Crime Strategies Intern
Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office

This is an unclassified temporary position. You must be able to commit to a minimum of a 12-week assignment with an option to extend the assignment (120 days maximum) at the discretion of the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor. This internship program provides for a time-limited role at the Prosecutor’s Office and does not express nor imply guaranteed future employment beyond the assignment period.

REQUIREMENTS: Undergraduate and/or graduate level students must be currently enrolled in a college or university program. Preferred experience/knowledge in communications and criminal justice support. Students must receive college credit, complete an independent study, or receive federal work study funds for placement consideration in this internship opportunity.

FUNCTION: Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Crime Strategies Unit. Projects may include supporting the prosecutor’s security map app program, the “Daily Incidents Analysis Report,” and acting as intelligence support for gang and serial offense cases.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ 


Posting Date: 2/26/2021
Position: Financial Policy Intern
Company / Organization: Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget

Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget is always looking for enthusiastic interns to join our team! We are a nonpartisan, non-profit organization committed to educating the public on issues with significant fiscal policy impact. Our bipartisan leadership comprises some of the nation's leading budget experts, including many past heads of the House and Senate Budget Committees, the Congressional Budget Office, the Office of Management and Budget, the Government Accountability Office, and the Federal Reserve Board.

We welcome applications from highly motivated undergraduate or graduate students year-round, though interns typically work for one semester (Fall, Spring, or Summer). Interns may work full-time, or part-time while attending classes in the DC area. Interns work as a full member of our policy team and have the opportunity to participate in a variety of projects according to their specific interest.

For more information see: http://www.crfb.org/jobs/fiscal-policy-intern​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 1/27/2021
Position: Summer Intern (Building)
Company / Organization: City of Brooklyn

Under direction, performs routine and moderately complex clerical tasks in order to assist with the efficient operation of Building Department; assists Building Commissioner with the administration of the City’s Exterior Maintenance Grant Program; etc.

Applications for this position are due by April 9, 2021.

For more information see: Internship Letter | Job Description 


Posting Date: 1/5/2021
Position: Urban Planning Intern
Company / Organization: City of Lakewood

The City of Lakewood is seeking an Intern to work directly with Planning & Development staff to gain hands-on practical experience working on residential, commercial and planning projects within the City. It is our objective to provide the intern with a multi-disciplinary experience using the latest technology to support his or her work. The intern will spend their time working individually and collaboratively to complete assigned projects within a given timeline. This is a paid internship and a 29-hour work week is preferred.

The Department of Planning and Development works on a variety of projects involving residential and commercial development, affordable housing, and varied planning functions including resiliency, zoning, and public infrastructure master planning. The intern will gain experience in several areas with a focus on affordable housing programs, implementing federal funded programs, development of design guidelines, supporting the work of our Boards and Commissions, zoning analysis, and other projects as assigned. Some flexibility to attend evening meetings with the community would be desired.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​  


Posting Date: 1/5/2021
Position: Development Intern Haven Home (Remote Internship)
Company / Organization: Haven Home

Key Responsibilities
Supports the Executive Director and Volunteer Coordinator

Donor Data Entry and Database Maintenance (40%)

  • Enters all donor data from checks, correspondence, and online transactions into database.
  • Updates donor contact information to ensure that records are up-to-date.
  • Explores capabilities of donor management system and shares this knowledge with staff.
  • Enters volunteer hours and engagements in database.

Donor Relations/Communications (40%)

  • Creates acknowledgments, receipts, invoices and notifications for donors on a timely basis
  • Maintains donor confidentially and ensures compliance with related policies.
  • Seeks new processes to increase the efficacy of the donor collection and stewardship process.
  • Provides support in the creation and distribution of donor communications and appeals. Seeks new processes to increase the efficacy of the donor collection and stewardship process.

Volunteer Engagement (20%)

  • Working with staff, helps determine volunteer projects and maintain/update organization information and volunteer project list.
  • Ensures project volunteers are appropriately vetted as needed.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ 


Posting Date: 1/4/2021
Position: Tavern Coffeehouse Development Intern
Company / Organization: Tavern Coffeehouse

The Tavern Coffeehouse Development Intern will support the startup nonprofit by supporting the board of directors in their capital campaign.

The Development Intern has the following responsibilities and duties:

  • Collaborate with the Board of Directors on the capital campaign
  • Supporting the execution of the strategic plan for the coffeehouse
  • Identify prospective individual and corporate donors and develop strategies to cultivate those relationships
  • Plan at least one fundraising event for the organization
  • Design a donor relation program for the campaign
  • Any other support to board of directors

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ 


Posting Date: 12/17/2020
Positions: See Below
Company / Organization: The Presidents’ Council - An Engine for Black Business Growth

1) Administrative Intern
​​​​​​​
Key Responsibilities:

  • Answer phones and direct all incoming calls to the appropriate party promptly and efficiently
  • Retrieving mail
  • Bank deposits
  • File
  • Assist staff as assigned on special projects such as fundraising events, golf outing, annual
  • meeting and other organizational events
  • Copying, mailing and faxing
  • Ensure office organization and cleanliness
  • Other tasks as assigned 

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

2) Program & Data Analyst

Key Responsibilities:
Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Programs & Data Analyst Associate Intern will partake in the following activities:

  • The ideal candidate will have an extraordinary commitment to making a difference in the community we
  • serve and chasing delegated tasks. NO EXCUSES.
  • Provide data management and analysis for studies and maintain assigned projects
  • Use data source to identify and report programmatic needs
  • Participate in strategic planning regarding program development and improvement
  • Perform data validation and quality control checks to ensure adherence to program goals
  • Design, produce, and implement distribution plan of data reports providing performance
  • insights and recommendations for improvement; escalating identified risks appropriately
  • Facilitate broad collaboration with clear communications and documentation
  • Develop and manage relationships with stakeholders

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

3) PC Scholars Intern

  • Provide support to program staff on special projects and day-to-day operations.
  • Follow up with instructors and community leaders for program sessions, meetings, and events.
  • Assist in ensuring instructors and participants have the support they need and are set up for success in program
  • sessions and events.
  • Assist with special event planning as well as attend these events ( 1 to 2 times a month)
  • Help coordinate and assemble fundraising mailings (addressing, folding, stuffing, sealing and stamping of mass
  • mailings).
  • Assist with general office tasks (filing, copying, organizing digital photos, mail, etc.) as needed.
  • Create, enter and edit data in Excel databases.
  • Confirm attendance for program sessions, meetings and special events.
  • Assist with ad hoc research and communications projects
  • Assist with program recruitment efforts
  • Assist program coordinator connect with PC Scholar Alumni
  • Website and database management
  • Other tasks as assigned.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 12/10/2020
Position: Fund Development Intern - Spring
Company / Organization: Girl Scouts of North East Ohio

The Fund Development work study student under the supervision of the Coordinator, Fund Development, will experience in fundraising strategies, prospect research, and donor relations at the Girl Scouts of North East Ohio.

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct prospect research and create targeted lists identifying strong funder prospects; identify relationships with existing donors and volunteers; create research profiles for high potential prospects
  • Research trends and emerging research related to GSNEO’s mission to enhance proposals
  • Assist in writing proposals and thank you letters to funders
  • Become familiar and assist with the organizational Fund Development department functions
  • Be guided in all actions by the Girl Scout Mission, Promise, and Law

Application Deadline: N/A

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 3/10/2021
Position: Communications Intern
Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office

This is an unclassified temporary position. You must be able to commit to a minimum of a 12-week assignment with an option to extend the assignment (120 days maximum) at the discretion of the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor. This internship program provides for a time-limited role at the Prosecutor’s Office and does not express nor imply guaranteed future employment beyond the assignment period.

REQUIREMENTS: Undergraduate and/or graduate level students must be currently enrolled in a college or university program. Preferred experience/knowledge in communications and criminal justice support. Students must receive college credit, complete an independent study, or receive federal work study funds for placement consideration in this internship opportunity.

FUNCTION: Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Communications and Public Policy Unit.

Application Deadline: All materials must be received by April 5, 2021 at 8:30 AM.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​  


Posting Date: 3/26/2021 
Position: Two Summer Interns
Company / Organization: City of Worthington

The City of Worthington is seeking one to two public administration/public policy graduate students for a summer internship for up to 40 hours per week. Individuals who have just completed a Master’s Degree are also eligible to be considered. Interns will work directly with the City Manager’s Office and administration with a focus on public policy and program development and public communication. This is a great opportunity for individuals interested in a career in city management to gain exposure to the profession in an environment with a history of strong, professional management.

Application Deadline: April 2, 2021

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​


P​​​​​​​osting Date: 12/01/2020
Position: Management Intern Program
Company / Organization: The City of Phoenix

The City of Phoenix Management Intern Program is a nationally recognized program that has been training future municipal leaders since 1950. More than 207 former participants have achieved success in all levels of government as well as in the private sector. If you are interested in a rewarding and challenging public service career, this is an excellent opportunity to apply to work in an award-winning, world-renowned municipal corporation in one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States. Their full-time program is similar to a one-year, paid fellowship. The annual recruitment is open to talented individuals holding a master’s degree or those who will satisfactorily complete all coursework for a master’s degree by the end of June each year. City employees are encouraged to apply.

Application Deadline: 01/19/2021

​​​​​​​For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 12/15/2020
Position: Paul Gerhardt Jr. Internship - Summer 2021
Company / Organization: 1000 Friends of Oregon

The intern will work on one or two large projects, such as 1000 Friends’ efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through linking land use and transportation planning, climate-friendly energy policies, ensuring communities plan for affordable and diverse housing, or to preserve farmland. The intern might also work on smaller, short-term projects to gain a better understanding of Oregon’s land use system. Supervision will be provided by the 1000 Friends’ staff member overseeing each project.

Application Deadline: March 3, 2021

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​ 


Posting Date: 12/09/2020
Position: Marketing intern
Company / Organization: The Cleveland Museum of Natural History (CMNH)

The Cleveland Museum of Natural History (CMNH) seeking a dynamic, creative and energetic individual who is passionate about the Museum and its mission; exhibits strong interpersonal and organizational skills; is looking for new challenges; and enjoys working with people of all ages. Marketing intern will help promote awareness of their award-winning virtual school programs to teachers, schools, administrators, libraries, and other audiences who would be interested in their virtual programming. The Museum has won the Pinnacle Award for outstanding distance learning programs for eight consecutive years, but many educators, schools, and organizations still don’t know about our virtual interactive video programs.

Application Deadline: N/A

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ 


Posting Date: 11/17/2020
Position: Arts & Museum Internships
Company / Organization: Studio Institute

Studio Institute is looking for Arts & Museum Interns. The Interns will get $15 per hour. The Intern will gain career experience at a museum or other cultural organization in Cleveland. Internships are available in departments such as: curatorial, collections, marketing, education, and archives.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/21/2020
Position: Intern
Company / Organization: U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown - Ohio offices

Interns in U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown's Ohio offices work on a wide range of projects with staff in an administrative capacity to address constituent requests and concerns. Interns will spend time speaking with constituents on the phone or at special events, and assist the staff with casework requests.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/21/2020
Position: Fundraising & Development Intern
Company / Organization: After-School All-Stars Cleveland

ASAS is currently seeking a passionate and talented Fundraising & Development Intern. The Fundraising & Development Intern is responsible for assisting the Development & Marketing Manager with development and fundraising events and projects. The intern will assist the core job functions of the ASAS Cleveland Development Team. The Fundraising & Development Intern will be given a minimum of 1 project that will contribute to the success of the Cleveland Chapter’s fundraising and development projects and events.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/21/2020
Position: Social Media Intern
Company / Organization: After-School All-Stars Cleveland

ASAS Cleveland is seeking a Social Media Intern to work with our staff and students to help tell our story. The Social Media Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about sharing ASAS Cleveland’s story with our audience. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth, and the ability to build relationships with K–8th grade students. The Social Media Intern’s mission is to ensure ASAS Cleveland is telling their All-Stars’ stories in a safe and healthy environment. The Social Media Intern will work to share our stories to our current audience and continuously strive to reach more individuals, companies, organizations, and followers while also having the opportunity to share their media outreach background with our All-Star students!

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 09/16/2020
Position: Law Clerks
Company / Organization: City of East Cleveland City Hall

Duties:

  • Law clerk(s) work a minimum of 20 hours per week must have reliable transportation or the ability to move freely to meetings and other assignments.
  • Reviews current legislation and ordinances for modification; to determine conflicts in the law; and to assist in revising or writing new legislation that is not conflicting with state or federal laws and regulations.
  • Researches law by studying laws, statutes, constitutions, regulations, court opinions, including precedents and reasoning, and trends using standard print texts and computers; preparing legal memorandum.
  • Ability to effectively write briefs and filings as needed.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/25/2020
Position: Programs & Data Analyst Associate Intern
Company / Organization: The Presidents’ Council

The Presidents’ Council, located in downtown Cleveland with convenient access to public transportation, seeks to hire a high energy Programs & Data Analyst Associate Intern who is comfortable supporting the translation of complex ideas into digestible data presentations. It is necessary for the Intern to have strong communication skills and the ability to juggle multiple projects while meeting timeline expectations.

Responsibilities:

  • The ideal candidate will have an extraordinary commitment to making a difference in the community we serve and chasing delegated tasks. (No excuses.)
  • Provide data management and analysis for studies and maintain assigned projects
  • Use data source to identify and report programmatic needs
  • Participate in strategic planning regarding program development and improvement
  • Perform data validation and quality control checks to ensure adherence to program goals
  • Design, produce, and implement distribution plan of data reports providing performance insights and recommendations for improvement; escalating identified risks appropriately
  • Facilitate broad collaboration with clear communications and documentation
  • Develop and manage relationships with stakeholders.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/25/2020
Position: Administrative Intern
Company / Organization: The Presidents’ Council

The Presidents’ Council, located in downtown Cleveland with convenient access to public transportation, seeks to hire a high energy Administrative Intern to assist the Office Administrator with daily office functions. As an intern you are expected to work 15-20 hours a week.

Responsibilities:

  • Answer phones and direct all incoming calls to the appropriate party promptly and efficiently
  • Retrieving mail
  • Bank deposits
  • File
  • Assist staff as assigned on special projects such as fundraising events, golf outing, annual meeting and other organizational events
  • Copying, mailing and faxing
  • Ensure office organization and cleanliness
  • Other tasks as assigned 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 07/29/2020
Position: Grant Writing Intern
Company / Organization: MajorCare Ministries

MajorCare Ministries is looking for a grant writing intern. It is their mission to empower individuals and families to take authority over their lives through education, recreation and prevention. It is their vision to eliminate Illiteracy, Hopelessness and Unhealthy Mental Health.

Responsibilities:

  • Accurate and timely production of final proposals.
  • Initiate and maintain relationship with grantors. Track and document communications.
  • Assist with updating and maintaining MajorCare donor database.
  • Research potential major donors.
  • Assist with donor outreach and cultivating.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 07/23/2020
Position: College Intern/Co-op
Company / Organization: Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency

NOACA is looking for a civil engineering or transportation planning college intern/Co-op. This position involves learning and applying basic planning and engineering skills to assigned tasks, under close supervision in an office environment. The College Intern/Co-op is a temporary. The College Intern/Co-op is responsible for learning and applying the skills needed to perform assigned tasks and assisting other staff members with assigned tasks. The College Intern/Co-op may work on transportation and/or environmental planning efforts, as assigned at the time of hire, in furtherance of the mission of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) as a metropolitan planning organization (MPO) and areawide water quality management agency. Engineering interns/Co-ops will work under direct supervision of a licensed professional engineer.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 07/23/2020
Position: Grant Writing Intern
Company / Organization: MajorCare Ministries Inc.

MajorCare Ministries is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Serving the communities of Cleveland, Ohio. They empower individuals and families to take authority over their lives through education, recreation and prevention. 

Responsibilities:

  • Accurate and timely production of final proposals.
  • Initiate and maintain relationship with grantors. Track and document communications.
  • Assist with updating and maintaining MajorCare donor database.
  • Research potential major donors.
  • Assist with donor outreach and cultivating

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 06/23/2020
​​​​​​​Position: Urban Planning Intern
Company: City of Lakewood

The City of Lakewood is seeking an Intern to work directly with planning department staff to gain hands-on practical experience working on residential, commercial and planning projects within the City. It is our objective to provide the intern with a multi-disciplinary experience using the latest technology to support his or her work. The intern will spend their time working individually and collaboratively to complete assigned projects within a given timeline. This is a paid internship and a 30 hour work week is preferred.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 09/28/2020
Position: 2021 Summer Scholar: Community Development (Economic Research & Outreach)
Company: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

Requirements:

  • Currently pursuing Bachelor’s or Masters degree in Economics, Public Administration, Public Policy, Urban Studies or related field (Masters preferred). Minimum GPA of 3.0. 
  • Strong writing and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong computer/technical skills required. Experience collecting, manipulating and analyzing large datasets (Excel required, SAS or STATA a plus).
  • Ability to work in a deadline driven environment and have ability to multitask.
  • Problem Solving Skills: 1) Interpersonal communication: Requires communicating well with people at different levels, frequently sharing information with others while listening to and understanding their points of view. 2) Logical analysis: Requires thinking through and solving problems step by step, often looking beyond the obvious solution to a problem and digging deeper for the best solution.

Application Deadline: N/A.

Job # 265341

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Posting Date: 09/21/2020
Position: Leadership Development Intern
Company: Cleveland Foundation

The Leadership Development Intern will report to the Program Director for Leadership Development to assist with planning and implementation of the Cleveland Foundation Public Service Fellowship, outreach and management of the Summer Internship Program, data collection and analysis of scholarship recipient metrics, and research assistance for ongoing initiatives. The position will work as a part of an internal, cross functional team to meet program and grant making objectives.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with planning and implementation of the CF Public Service Fellowship.
  • Assist with TCF Summer Internship program.
  • Serve as a research and writing assistant to help gather information and conduct analysis.
  • Compile updated grant making histories, reporting, trending of specific funds and/or interest area.
  • Conduct additional research, data compilation, and attend convenings related to ongoing initiatives such as Encore Cleveland.

Application Deadline: 10/04/2020

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Posting Date: 11/02/2020
Position: Key Intern
Company: The Cleveland Orchestra

The Cleveland Orchestra is currently accepting applications for our 2021 Key Intern Program. The Key Intern Program provides a paid internship opportunity for an African-American, Hispanic, Latino, or other ethnic minority college student who is interested in gaining hands-on experience in arts management. The internship offers the student a unique opportunity to work with a world-class Orchestra and gain valuable experience in areas such as Development, Marketing, Communications and Education.  The internship will take place between January and March and requires a 7-8 week (sequential) commitment, with approximately 10+ hours each week in a flexible schedule that accommodates the student’s studies. The internship will be a combination of remote and on-site work. A flat stipend of $2,500 is provided, in two payments. The internship is awarded through a competitive application process. 

Application Deadline: 11/25/2020.

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Posting Date: 07/29/2020
Position: Grant Writing Intern
Company: MajorCare Ministries

MajorCare Ministries is looking for a grant writing intern. It is their mission to empower individuals and families to take authority over their lives through education, recreation and prevention. It is their vision to eliminate Illiteracy, Hopelessness and Unhealthy Mental Health.

Responsibilities:

  • Accurate and timely production of final proposals.
  • Initiate and maintain relationship with grantors. Track and document communications.
  • Assist with updating and maintaining MajorCare donor database.
  • Research potential major donors.
  • Assist with donor outreach and cultivating.

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more Information about this position click here.​


Posting Date: 07/23/2020
Position: College Intern/Co-op
Company: Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency

NOACA is looking for a civil engineering or transportation planning college intern/Co-op. This position involves learning and applying basic planning and engineering skills to assigned tasks, under close supervision in an office environment. The College Intern/Co-op is a temporary. The College Intern/Co-op is responsible for learning and applying the skills needed to perform assigned tasks and assisting other staff members with assigned tasks. The College Intern/Co-op may work on transportation and/or environmental planning efforts, as assigned at the time of hire, in furtherance of the mission of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) as a metropolitan planning organization (MPO) and areawide water quality management agency. Engineering interns/Co-ops will work under direct supervision of a licensed professional engineer.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 07/23/2020
Position: Grant Writing Intern
Company: MajorCare Ministries Inc.

MajorCare Ministries is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Serving the communities of Cleveland, Ohio. They empower individuals and families to take authority over their lives through education, recreation and prevention. 

Responsibilities:

  • Accurate and timely production of final proposals.
  • Initiate and maintain relationship with grantors. Track and document communications.
  • Assist with updating and maintaining MajorCare donor database.
  • Research potential major donors.
  • Assist with donor outreach and cultivating

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 07/20/2020
Position: Social Media Intern
Company: After-School All-Stars

ASAS Cleveland is seeking a Social Media Intern to work with their staff and students to help tell their story. The Social Media Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about sharing ASAS Cleveland’s story with their audience. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth, and the ability to build relationships with K – 8th grade students. The Social Media Intern’s mission is to ensure ASAS Cleveland is telling their All-Stars’ stories in a safe and healthy environment. The Social Media Intern will work to share their stories to their current audience and continuously strive to reach more individuals, companies, organizations, and followers while also having the opportunity to share their media outreach background with All-Star students!

Responsibilities:

  • Identify, evaluate and choose the most relevant social media channels for ASAS Social Media postings.
  • Monitor and analyze social media analytics such as reach and engagement.
  • Encourage community partners, other organizations, staff, students and families to participate in social media conversations.
  • Raise brand awareness and protect brand equity by administering a social media marketing campaign using appropriate social media channels.
  • Identify and document social media best practices.
  • Assist the Development & Marketing Manager in developing and managing strategic partnerships online.
  • Use software or online tools, like Canva, to create engaging and eye-catching social media posts and visuals.
  • Visit school sites to teach our students about social media outreach (dependent on schedule).
  • Visit school sites to teach our students about post-secondary education and careers in social media (dependent on schedule).

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 06/23/2020

Position: Urban Planning Intern
Company: City of Lakewood

The City of Lakewood is seeking an Intern to work directly with planning department staff to gain hands-on practical experience working on residential, commercial and planning projects within the City. It is our objective to provide the intern with a multi-disciplinary experience using the latest technology to support his or her work. The intern will spend their time working individually and collaboratively to complete assigned projects within a given timeline. This is a paid internship and a 30 hour work week is preferred.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 4/7/2020
Position: Strategic Planning Intern 
Company: A Pause 4 the Cause

The Internship:

Working with the Executive Director, the Intern will research and report on the following and write the agency’s strategic plan:

  • Internal Assessment - comprehensive review of operational factors (strengths and weaknesses) impacting the organization’s capacity to meet goals
  • Competitive Analysis
  • Market/Customer Profile
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Identifying strategic issues facing AP4TC
  • Updated mission/vision/values/statement
  • Strategic/Action Plan for 3 to 5 years and budget

Application deadline: N\A

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Posting Date: 4/6/2020
Position: Multiple Position 
Company: American Civil Liberties Union

American Civil Liberties Union is looking for the next generation of leaders who dare to create a more perfect union. At the ACLU, they have been dedicated to expanding their fight for civil liberties and civil rights for nearly 100 years. Join them in building a better future for everyone in America for the next 100 years.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/30/2020
Position: Internal Audit Intern
Company: Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority
 
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority is seeking an Internal Audit Intern to assist the Internal Audit Department. This is a temporary summer intern position.

Responsibilities:

Under the supervision of the Executive Director of Internal Audit, the Internal Audit Intern will perform auditing tasks as assigned. Audit work will include a mix of independent projects and working in teams. The Internal Audit Intern will receive the opportunity to attend seminars, conferences and other training opportunities related to Audit.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/26/2020
Position: Student and Volunteer Attorney Internships
Company: EEOC Cleveland Field Office

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Cleveland Field Office has internship opportunities for undergraduate students (who have completed their sophomore year of college), law students, and graduate students starting in May 2020.

The EEOC is the federal agency charged with enforcing federal laws prohibiting employment discrimination, including the Equal Pay Act of 1963, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 (GINA).

The Enforcement Unit investigates charges of discrimination filed against private employers. The Hearings Unit adjudicates claims of employment discrimination involving federal agencies. The Hearings Unit only accepts law students as interns.

Internships are unpaid volunteer positions, but we will assist students with their applications for academic credit, externships, or external stipends.

Open positions:

  1. Enforcement Internship
  2. Hearings Unit Internship

Application Deadline: Applications for 2020 summer internships must be received by April 10, 2020.  Applications for the fall semester 2020 must be received by July 1, 2020. Applications for the spring semester 2021 must be received by November 2, 2020. However, positions may be filled as needed so students are encouraged to apply earlier.

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Posting Date: 3/26/2020
Position: Project Based Interns
Company: Rock Hall

Rock Hall is looking for talented career driven undergrad and graduate school students to support Rock Hall initiatives. The Rock Hall offers project based internships which allows their interns to apply the skills they have learned at college in a fast paced and exciting work environment during the summer and fall and spring semesters.

To learn more about a specific internship, please click on the following links to read an internship description:     

Application Deadline: N/A


Posting Date: 3/20/2020
Position: College Intern Database
Company: City of Akron

This is training-level work in conjunction with a college or university baccalaureate or graduate program. An employee in this class performs work in support of professional personnel as part of a coordinated program of employment and instruction with a college or university leading to a baccalaureate or graduate degree.

Responsibilities:

  • Receives training and performs duties in support of professional personnel within an assigned department or division of the City  
  • Performs tasks to acquire knowledge of methods, procedures and standards required for successful performance
  • Provides assistance with assigned projects
  • Contacts other City departments, divisions, outside agencies, or citizens to gather information as needed
  • Collects, compiles, and analyzes data.  Assists in the preparation of reports
  • Specific activities vary by department/division.  
  • Performs related work as required

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/12/2020
Position: Summer Special Events Intern
Company: North Coast Harbor

A Summer Special Events Intern needed to coordinate summer programming at North Coast Harbor’s Voinovich Bicentennial Park.

Event Portfolio:

  • North Coast Namaste (Tuesdays June 2- Sept 29, 6pm -7pm)
  • Lakefront Leagues (Wednesdays May 13- Sept 30, 6pm-9pm)
  • Ship Shape Running Club (Thursdays May 21-Sept 24, 6pm-7pm)
  • Kids Fish CLE for Free (July 21) • North Coast Inaugural Bocce Tournament (June 12 & 13)
  • North Coast Harbor 15K, 10K & 5K Run (October 19) ** • Ice Fest at North Coast Harbor (January 2021)

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Posting Date: 3/3/2020
Position: City Management Intern 
Company: The City of Cleveland Heights

The City of Cleveland Heights City Management Intern works with the City Manager and the executive leadership team to gain an understanding of local government management over a period of 10-12 weeks. The goals for the intern will be to: 1) apply the principles of public administration in a local government management setting; 2) become comfortable with the underlying public service ethics and values evidenced in good local government management to include a high degree of respect for elected officials, community building and ethical leadership; 3) gain an understanding of how to work collaboratively to accomplish strategic goals and effectively communicate progress to the community; and, 4) engage in regular interactions with the City Manager, City staff, elected officials, and community partners to provide a wide range of experience in local government management. As a part-time, temporary position, the intern will work an average of approximately 20 hours per week, which may fluctuate up or down by mutual agreement.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/20/2020
Position: PR & Community Development Marketing Intern
Company: Greater Cleveland Aquarium/Splash Fund

Greater Cleveland Aquarium/Splash Fund is seeking a PR & Community Development Marketing Intern to assist the marketing department with creating an active presence within the community by becoming a Splash Fund/ Greater Cleveland Aquarium brand ambassador. Collaborate with and learn from experienced Greater Cleveland Aquarium employees while expanding marketing skills, knowledge and experience. This is a unique opportunity to learn what goes into marketing at a young city attraction. This program covers a variety of marketing experiences, with a heavy focus on PR and media. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/20/2020
Position: Education Department Intern
Company: Greater Cleveland Aquarium/Splash Fund

Greater Cleveland Aquarium/Splash Fund is seeking a Education Department Intern to bring together the love of teaching and love of science at the Greater Cleveland Aquarium. Here an intern can shadow aquarium educators to gain hands-on experience in the areas of education program delivery, program development, and classroom management. Intern will gain valuable experience for a career in informal science education or formal classroom teaching.

Requirements:

  • Be currently enrolled in a college or university
  • Major in elementary education, biology, environmental science, or related field
  • Have a minimum of one year of course work in the major field of study
  • General knowledge of education fundamentals and basic science – knowledge of aquatic life preferred
  • Must be motivated to work both independently and as part of a team
  • Take and carry out multiple instructions in a timely manner
  • Previous experience working with children preferred
  • Complete a final project
  • Pass required background check

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/19/2020
Position: Development Intern
Company: After-School All-Stars (ASAS)

After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Cleveland is seeking a Development Intern to work with the Development & Marketing Manager to assist with development and fundraising events and projects. The Development Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about sharing ASAS Cleveland’s story with current and potential new donors. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality and passionate about serving youth. The Development Intern’s mission is to ensure ASAS Cleveland is successful in their development and fundraising efforts. The Development Intern will assist with the core job functions of the ASAS Cleveland Development team. The Development Intern will be given a minimum of one project that will contribute to the success of fundraising and development projects. They will gain experience working directly with ASAS Cleveland fundraising. Duties will include assisting in the execution of major fundraising projects and events, such as the TopGolf Fundraising Event, Cleveland Kickball Tournament Event, Annual Appeals, etc. They will aid the Development & Marketing Manager and perform duties as needed. The objective of this internship is to foster the development of the intern by working with all levels of the office to complete projects and learn both professionally and personally about ASAS Cleveland and the non-profit industry.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/7/2020
Position: Administrative Intern 
Company: Cleveland Transformation Alliance

Cleveland Transformation Alliance (CTA) seeks an energetic person to engage with our staff, board, and contractors. The Administrative Intern will be asked to work with the next Executive Director to help organize the office, perform data entry, and engage in other administrative    functions such as communicating with the public by electronic communication and phone. The Administrative Intern will be considered an important member of the CTA team, and may be called upon to help with other administrative tasks. 

Responsibilities:

  • Work with Executive Director to move and organize office assets
  • Create an inventory of office assets, and files
  • Organize electronic files
  • Assist in instituting and updating a relationship database
  • Assist efforts to grow the organization’s social media profiles and email lists
  • Assist in creating content for organizational newsletters, brochures, and other educational materials
  • Assist in updating website content
  • Other duties as needed to support the Executive Director 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/6/2020
Position: Community Outreach Intern
Company: Courage to Caregivers

Courage to Caregivers is looking for dynamic and enthusiastic team members to join them. This is an exciting opportunity for you to partner with a growing organization and to contribute to their success. If you have a professional, positive attitude with a growth mindset and entrepreneurial spirit, read on.

The competencies that Courage to Caregivers is looking for in this position are planning and organizing, results orientation, communication, and problem solving. This is an un-paid internship with anticipated need for 15-20 hours each week. Hours are flexible based on your needs and the needs of the organization.     

Responsibilities: The Community Outreach Intern will report directly to the Community Outreach Coordinator and will work
collaboratively with the Community Outreach Coordinator and Executive Director to provide:

  • Communications and Marketing Support

o Distribute marketing materials
o Participate in community meetings and events as a team member
o Execute strategic marketing plan
o Attend Community Outreach Committee meetings
o Assist with implementation of strategic stakeholder engagement process
o Contribute with implementation of editorial calendar including weekly emails and social media 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/6/2020
Position: Nonprofit Management Intern
Company: Courage to Caregivers

Courage to Caregivers is looking for dynamic and enthusiastic team members to join them. This is an exciting opportunity for you to partner with a growing organization and to contribute to their success. If you have a professional, positive attitude with a growth mindset and entrepreneurial spirit, read on.

The competencies that Courage to Caregivers is looking for in this position are planning and organizing, results orientation, communication, and problem solving. This is an un-paid internship with anticipated need for 15-20 hours each week. Hours are flexible based on your needs and the needs of the organization.     

Responsibilities: The Nonprofit Management Intern will report directly to the Executive Director and will work collaboratively with the Program Coordinator and Executive Director to provide:

  • Program Support

o Support to Breathing Meditation and Support Group programs
o Assist in development of virtual programing
o Research of trauma-informed best practices for future programing
o Explore and create a timeline for future accreditation process

  • General Nonprofit Support

o Grant-writing
o Strategic planning
o Special event fundraising
o Streamlining of technology      

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 1/14/2020

Position: Several Internships
Company: Mario Clopton-Zymler

Finance/Fundraising Intern
This intern will: help manage candidate call time, donor databases, coordinate fundraising events in consultation with the campaign staff, and staff the candidate at events and meetings as needed. The best candidate will have good verbal, written and electronic communication skills and the ability to connect with people is a must. 

Communications Intern
This intern will ensure all public communication adhere to the campaign’s  mission, vision and message. This intern will: assist in managing the campaign website and social networks, develop campaign literature and coordinate messaging in consultation with the campaign staff. This intern will be expected to staff the candidate at various events and meetings as needed.  Writing and organizational skills are a must. The best candidate will have campaign experience, experience in basic website development, and social media competency. 

Field Intern
This intern will design and manage a voter contact plan. They will manage the operations of phone banks, canvassing, house meetings, and visibility. They will assist with tracking numbers, data collection and entry, volunteer trainings, document production and overall organization. This intern will staff the candidate and meetings and events as needed. 

Volunteer Coordinator Intern
Manages the volunteer "intake" in the field office, making this intern the first point of contact for volunteers. Will know where to direct volunteer efforts on any given day, whether it be phone banking, canvassing, attending an event, sign-making, etc. These interns will really set the tone for enthusiasm and productivity in the offices. Must be personable, responsible and a self-starter. This position could be combined with the field intern position. 

Application Deadline: N/A. 

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Posting Date: 1/14/2020
Position: Spring/Summer Intern
Company: Northeast Ohio Hispanic Center for Economic Development

NEOHCED is home to Northeast Ohio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Small Business Development Center. The Center provides technical assistance training to individuals looking to start or grow their businesses while encouraging economic development. NEOHCED has grown into a comprehensive business support center, serving over 400 clients annually. NEOHCED has earned a reputation for quality programming, serving and appealing to not just Hispanic/Latino-owned businesses but to the broader business community as well. To help alleviate neighborhood blight and poverty, NEOHCED has engaged in community development efforts to stabilize and revitalize the retail district within the community. Our approach is done on a hyper-local scale, to help encourage the economic growth of La Villa Hispana. La Villa Hispana is part of a place-making initiative that gives cultural identity to a neighborhood located in the Clark-Fulton district on Cleveland’s near Westside. The Clark-Fulton neighborhood contains the highest density of Latinos in the State of Ohio.

Responsibilities:
• Provide support to program staff on day to day operations and special projects
• Assist with social media and marketing campaigns
• Assist with fundraising and grant writing
• Support with special event planning & coordination
• Provide community outreach and engagement support
• Gain experience in the community development, business development and non-profit fields
• Special projects and other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: N/A. 

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Posting Date: 1/7/2020
Position: Marketing Intern
Company: Famicos Foundation 

Famicos Foundation, Cleveland’s oldest nonprofit community development corporation, is searching for a marketing intern for the spring 2020 semester and/or beyond. In 2020, Famicos Foundation is celebrating its 50th anniversary of incorporation. The Marketing Intern will assist the Marketing Manager in creating marketing materials for the 50th Anniversary festivities, which will include a fundraising campaign and events. Materials will be both digital and print. The intern will also be photographing events, posting on social media channels, creating YouTube videos, and creating email campaigns.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/31/2019
Position:  Project Star Intern
Company: Cleveland Rape Crisis Center

The Project Star Intern is responsible for providing support to the Project Star Manager through research, directly working with clients, and outreach. 

Principle Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Attend and successfully complete Volunteer training
  • Direct outreach to CRCC clients, including referral calls, check-ins, and updates
  • Coordinate and attend meetings in regards to client cases
  • Attend court hearings and support clients through the criminal and civil justice systems with a trauma informed approach
  • Research best practices in regards to programming, interventions, trends, and new legislation around issues of human trafficking
  • Attend outreach events to educate the community about Project Star and CRCC services 
  • Facilitate Human Trafficking Training by end of internship

Qualifications:

  • Working toward an Associate’s degree or above in Criminology, Sociology, Psychology, Criminal Justice, or related field
  • Bilingual preferred
  • Committed to the mission of CRCC to prevent sexual violence, serve, and advocate for survivors
  • Ability to connect with others, quickly establish rapport, and forge strong relationships
  • Ability to follow up and follow through when faced with communication and partnership challenges
  • Skilled at remaining calm and clear-headed in stressful or unanticipated situations
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Possess the ability to have cultural humility while working with unserved, underserved, inadequately served, marginalized and vulnerable populations
  • Self-starter, highly motivated, keen attention to detail
  • Adaptability
  • Excellent organizational skills and skilled in Microsoft Office
  • Valid OH driver's license and reliable transportation

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/31/2019
Position:  Training Institute Intern
Company: Cleveland Rape Crisis Center

We are seeking a highly motivated intern at Cleveland Rape Crisis Center that is dedicated to supporting survivors of rape and sexual abuse. Under the direction of the Chief Advocacy Officer, this successful individual will assist with the marketing, procurement and logistics for the agency’s Training Institute. This will include, but is not limited to:

Principle Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Attend Internship training, including Ambassador training
  • Research and promote training opportunities locally and nationally
  • Research material for trainings by gathering content (i.e. images, video clips, peer-reviewed articles)
  • Handle logistics and administrative tasks associated with trainings, including CEU materials
  • Submit proposals for trainings and speaking engagements
  • Market existing trainings and trainers by calling coalitions and other organizations 

Qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled in a college/university pursing a degree in training & development, business, marketing, communication, media or gender studies, or a related field.
  • Committed to the mission of CRCC to prevent sexual violence, serve, and advocate for survivors
  • Skilled in online research and analytical skills
  • Highly motivated and a creative thinker
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Strong project management and follow-up skills
  • Proficient in MS PowerPoint and other Microsoft Office applications
  • Extremely organized and thorough attention to detail
  • A self-starter with the ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/31/2019
Position:  Social Media Intern
Company: Women’s Business Center (WBC)

The Women’s Business Center (WBC) housed within the Economic Community Development Institute (ECDI), is looking for a savvy, confident, and enthusiastic Social Media Intern. You will responsible for creating brand awareness for the WBC, which includes developing strategic marketing materials tailored to increase memberships to our Center. Managing day to day posts on Facebook, Instagram, and developing a presence on Twitter is also necessary. You will be maintaining the website along with adding events and maintaining the calendar. Excellent writing and communications skills are essential. This position will also manage the reception area. Welcoming guests with a positive and friendly disposition is imperative. Individuals with a good sense of humor, follow-through, go-with-the-flow attitude, and creativity are welcome to apply.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/31/2019
Position: Service Management Intern
Company: Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA)

The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority is seeking an Service Management Intern to assist the Service Management Department.

Duties: Under the supervision of the Service Planning Team Leader, the Service Management Intern will assist with a wide variety of professional service design/delivery planning activities including updates to the Bus Stop Inventory, processing and analysis of Bus Stop and Route data, and various mapping tasks. Fieldwork will be required as a part of these activities.

Minimum Requirements:  Applicants must have completed at least two year's worth of college credits. Interest in public transit and urban planning is desired. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and other mapping software experience is preferred. Applicants must be organized and able to work independently with a close attention to detail. Applicants must demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills. Applicants must have experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Applicants must have a valid driver's license. Work will generally occur during weekday business hours.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/21/2019
Position: Alumni Engagement Internship
Company: Neighborhood Leadership Institute

Neighborhood Leadership Institute is looking to hire a self-motivated, detail-oriented student intern for Fall 2019 through Spring 202 to assist with programming pertaining to Neighborhood Leadership Cleveland (NLC), our flagship program, now in its 25th year of building leaders from the ground up! In addition to coordinating aspects of NLC, the intern would work collect information and news from our NLC Alumni Network, and share that information across our social media platforms and e-newsletter.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/08/2019
Position: Tutor and/or Teaching Assistant Intern
Company: Henry Johnson Academy

Put your skills and knowledge to good use! Our high school students are preparing for graduation. They need help in Math, English, Social Studies, & Science. If you are interested in helping with tutoring, teaching, and/or all other duties as assigned, contact us today! This unpaid training is 16 weeks. College students will receive college credits if desired. Located in Euclid, Ohio. May lead to a paid position. Please submit resumes by email.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/08/2019
Position: Business Management Intern
Company: Henry Johnson Academy

Tired of fast food or factory jobs? Or need a site for your college internship? The Henry Johnson Academy & Center is seeking business management interns to assist our staff. We're willing to train the right person. Duties will include: assisting with the planning and coordination of school board meetings, scanning paperwork, making phone calls, making copies, filing paperwork, and all other duties as assigned. This unpaid training is 16 weeks. College students will receive college credits if desired. Located in Euclid, Ohio. May lead to a paid position.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/08/2019
Position: Case Manager Intern
Company: Henry Johnson Academy

The Henry Johnson Academy & Center is seeking Case Manager Interns. We're willing to train the right person. Duties will include: conducting client intakes, meeting with clients weekly, maintaining and submitting client documentation in a timely manner, shadowing counselors, and all other duties as assigned. Located in Euclid, Ohio. Position is unpaid. College credit is available for college students. May lead to a paid position. Please submit resumes by email.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/03/2019
Position: Sports & Recreation Intern 
Company: After-School All-Stars Cleveland

ASAS Cleveland is seeking a Sports & Recreation Intern to work directly with elementary and middle school students in an engaging after-school program. The Sports & Recreation Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about providing high quality health and
fitness services to Cleveland youth. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth in a recreational setting, and the ability to build healthy relationships with 1st – 8th grade students while ensuring a safe environment. The Sports & Recreation Intern’s mission is to ensure that youth have a positive and healthy afterschool experience, and are crucial to a successful after school program. The Sports & Recreation Intern will not only introduce a variety of sports and recreation activities, but will also mentor our students about proper nutrition.

Responsibilities:

Planning and Development:

  • Assist in administrative procedures, policies and curriculum delivery which directly affect the health and wellness of students.
  • Communicate with the Program Coordinator to assess the recreational, health and fitness needs of students
  • Develop recreational and fitness curriculum to administer to students
  • Demonstrate proper fitness techniques and skills
  • Direct Program Leader during recreational and fitness classes 

Student Interaction:

  • Build healthy and safe relationships with students in order to build a sense of community during recreational activities and team activities
  • Encourage students to advocate for their health and fitness well-being
  • Educate students on how to safely participate in recreational activities
  • Assist students who need help in developing recreational skills
  • Educate students about proper sports conduct

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/03/2019
Position: Behavior Support Intern
Company: After-School All-Stars Cleveland

ASAS Cleveland is seeking a Behavior Support Intern to work directly with elementary and middle school students in an engaging after-school program. The Behavior Support Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about providing high quality youth services to Cleveland youth. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth in an educational setting, and the ability to build relationships with 1st – 8th grade students. The Behavior Support Intern’s mission is to ensure that youth
have a positive and healthy after-school experience, and are crucial to a successful after-school program. The Behavior Support Intern will work to expose ASAS students to new concepts in learning and help them develop a stronger sense of social responsibility and civic awareness. 

Responsibilities:

Planning and Development

  • Enhance student achievement, help students develop as leaders, and inspire participants to engage in their communities
  • Communicate with the Program Coordinator to assess the needs of students
  • Come up with solutions for students based on individual student needs
  • Assist Program Leaders during the planning period to incorporate SEL to further the quality of programming we provide to our All-Stars based on assessed need

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/01/2019
Position: Department of Economic Development Internship
Company: City of Cleveland

The City of Cleveland, Department of Economic Development is seeking to hire paid interns to work within different sections of Department including Small Business, Economic Development & Technology and Brownfields and Special Projects. We are seeking interns who can commit one year with at least 30 hours per week.

An individual’s internship will work on a variety of tasks that may include Brownfield Redevelopment, Land Assembly and Business Attraction, Small Business Development, Entrepreneurship Support, Economic Development Finance and/or GIS projects. The selected individual will gain valuable experience in developing sites for new businesses as well as marketing those sites and putting together customized incentive packages. The intern will be introduced to financial underwriting, preparation of contracts, preparation of legislation, grants writing, and project management.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 09/11/2019
Position: Intern - City Manager's Office
Company: The City of Cleveland Heights

Description:
The City of Cleveland Heights City Management Intern works with the City Manager and the executive leadership team to gain an understanding of local government management over a period of 10-12 weeks. The goals for the intern will be to: 1) apply the principles of public administration in a local government management setting; 2) become comfortable with the underlying public service ethics and values evidenced in good local government management to include a high degree of respect for elected officials, community building and ethical leadership; 3) gain an understanding of how to work collaboratively to accomplish strategic goals and effectively communicate progress to the community; and, 4) engage in regular interactions with the City Manager, City staff, elected officials, and community partners to provide a wide range of experience in local government management. As a part-time, temporary position, the intern will work an average of approximately 20 hours per week, which may fluctuate up or down by mutual agreement.

Responsibilities:

  • Collects information for use in policy and program development by the City Manager or other members of the executive leadership team
  • Assists the leadership team with reporting on strategic goals and Master Plan initiatives 
  • Performs special projects for the City Manager including research and reports
  • Attends City Council meetings, executive leadership team meetings, and related management discussions on occasion
  • Responds to general inquiries as directed by the City Manager
  • Performs background research on a variety of topics as assigned 
  • Maintains regular attendance and punctuality 
  • Performs other duties of a similar nature or leve

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/23/2019

Position: Marketing Intern
Company: MidTown Cleveland

Description:
MidTown Cleveland is seeking a Marketing Intern with the diverse skills set and flexibility to work on implementing a variety of projects by deploying MTC’s “Town” brand throughout the community. The Intern will be responsible for creating compelling content and report to the Manager of Community Engagement and Marketing.

Responsibilities:

  • Write daily social media posts
  • Contribute to website and MidTown E-newsletter content development
  • Assist with basic graphic design for flyers, website materials
  • Assist in coordinating various marketing methods including direct mail, print ads, and social media
  • Promote and acquire new subscribers to our MidTown newsletter and social accounts
  • Manage and update video and photography content 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/19/2019
Position: Marketing & Advancement Intern
Company: Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation (OBCDC)

Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Advancement Team with daily tasks
  • Sample tasks include: managing and tracking performance of social media platforms, creating visual and written content for the OBCDC digital channels, provide support and assist with the organization’s publications
  • Assist in the drafting, editing, and vision for digital communications including an e-newsletter, OldBrooklyn.com
  • Assist in the drafting and editing for the Old Brooklyn News, a quarterly magazine
  • Coordinate and assist in content creation for social media management in partnership with outside marketing agency
  • Assist the Board’s fundraising committee with execution of the organization’s annual fundraiser
  • Evaluate programs both current and potential for OBCDC to implement
  • Introduce and provide the organization with strategies to increase brand awareness in the neighborhood and beyond
  • Perform all other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/05/2019
Position: Zoning Analyst Intern
Company: Millman National Land Services

Millman National Land Services is the nation’s leading direct provider of ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys and Zoning Compliance Reports for the commercial real estate market.

The Zoning Analyst Intern will learn about such things as:

  • The specific zoning designation of the site, as established by the current municipal code. 
  • The uses allowed under the zoning designation established by the zoning ordinance and whether the present use of the subject site is legally permitted. 
  • The minimum yard or setback requirements and a review of the survey for compliance.
  • The building height requirement, whether by number of stories or actual height above ground level, and a review of the survey for compliance.
  • The bulk or density restrictions of the property, and a determination of compliance.
  • The formula for determining the minimum parking requirements, and a comparison of the required parking count to the actual site count. Special circumstances to be considered would include: legal non-compliance of any of the above factors, the issuance of zoning compliance letters from the municipalities, the existence of variances, council minutes, and certificates of occupancy, building inspections and the effect of site plan approval.

Application Deadline: N\A

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Posting Date: 1/24/2020
Position: Research Intern
Company: Fair Housing Center for Rights & Research (formerly known as the Housing Research & Advocacy Center)     

Fair Housing Center for Rights & Research (formerly known as the Housing Research & Advocacy Center) is accepting applications for a part-time Research Intern. The Fair Housing Center is a notfor-profit fair housing organization whose mission is to protect and expand fair housing rights, eliminate housing discrimination, and promote integrated communities.

General Responsibilities: Assist with fair housing research and report writing, dissemination of research. Reports to the Senior Research Associate.

Duties:

  • Assist Senior Research Associate in researching housing patterns and laws in Northeast Ohio for production of reports on housing and/or lending discrimination.
  • Participate in the development of research projects, compile demographic and housing data; collect community input through survey development, interviews and focus groups.
  • Write and present research findings in clear and compelling manner.
  • Staff outreach events.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Hours/Pay: 18-20 hours per week (flexible); $12.00/hour

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

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Posting Date: 1/31/2020
Position: Undergraduate Associate Consultant Intern
Company: WSP USA

WSP is currently initiating a search for an Associate Consultant Intern for our New York City, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco, Miami, or Denver offices.
 
The successful candidate will be part of a team working on national and international engagements. You will work mainly on engagements to advise public sector clients on the funding, finance, and delivery of major capital projects and a variety of related infrastructure management and policy issues. This position will entail tasks such as analyzing needs and opportunities, evaluating alternatives and priorities, developing the business case for infrastructure investments, analyzing project and program funding and financing options, developing funding strategies, reviewing and interpreting federal legislation and guidance, helping clients understand and meet grant requirements, performing quantitative analyses, and providing strategic support in all phases of infrastructure planning and project development.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 1/31/2020
Position: Graduate Associate Consultant Intern
Company: WSP USA

WSP is currently initiating a search for an Associate Consultant Intern for our New York City, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco, Miami, or Denver offices.
 
The successful candidate will be part of a team working on national and international engagements. You will work mainly on engagements to advise public sector clients on the funding, finance, and delivery of major capital projects and a variety of related infrastructure management and policy issues. This position will entail tasks such as analyzing needs and opportunities, evaluating alternatives and priorities, developing the business case for infrastructure investments, analyzing project and program funding and financing options, developing funding strategies, reviewing and interpreting federal legislation and guidance, helping clients understand and meet grant requirements, performing quantitative analyses, and providing strategic support in all phases of infrastructure planning and project development.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 1/31/2020
Position: Non-Profit Summer Intern
Company: My Inner Warrior Foundation

My Inner Warrior Foundation is looking to hire 1-2 interns for the summer of 2020.

  • To learn the ins and outs of running, managing, and engaging with a non-profit organization.
  • To have a strong understanding of social media promotion.
  • To have strong communication skills in working with: event attendees, business partners, and community leaders.
  • To have strong written skills in composing outreach both with business partners and community members.
  • To have the willingness to learn and take risks in a new environment.
  • To have proficiency with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Office 365.
  • Intern will be expected to work (2) days per week between Monday-Thursday (never Friday).
  • Expected time commitment is 8+ hours per week.
  • Intern will be expected to attend ALL summer events (June 24, June 29th, July 14th*, and July 27th).
  • My Inner Warrior is hosting an event in Miami, FL on July 14th, this would potentially provide the intern with a 3-day trip to Miami to engage with our event.
  • This opportunity is unpaid but will allow the student to receive credit for required course.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 09/05/2019
Position: Policy Intern
Company: Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority (AMHA)

Description:

The Policy Intern plays a critical role in the efficient administration of assisted housing and client service programs for low-income households served by the Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority (AMHA). The Policy Intern leverages policy expertise, technology and creativity to collect, analyze, format and present information to residents, voucher holders, AMHA leadership, community stakeholders and policy makers. The Policy Intern’s work improves daily business functions and informs the AMHAs short and long-term decision-making, work plans and business system evaluations. Reports to the Executive Office.

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for collecting, analyzing and presenting data and information from all AMHA program areas for use in various plans, reports, and informational collateral including but not limited to various internal and external communication products. 
  • Assist in creating and maintaining Monthly Reports for the AMHA Board of Trustees.
  • Assist in creating and maintaining monthly Dashboard Reports for Executive Director.
  • Contributes in producing Annual and Five-Year Plans including but not limited to creating timelines, drafting, proofing, managing the public process and submitting to HUD.
  • Contribute towards production of Annual Reports.
  • Create/contribute towards production of regular and special projects, publications and reports.
  • Develop and execute regular needs-assessments of data collection and data aggregation to maximize impact of data analysis on the AMHA’s strategies, policies and procedures.
  • Perform impact analyses of proposed policy and/or program reforms.
  • Perform other duties as assigned and/or required.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/4/2020
Position: Senator Sherrod Brown Internship
Company: United States Senate

Interns in Senator Brown Ohio offices work on a wide range of projects. Interns work with Senator Brown's staff in an administrative capacity to address constituent requests and concerns. In the Ohio offices interns will spend time speaking with constituents on the phone or at special events, and assist the staff with casework requests.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/4/2020
Position: Congressman Anthony Gonzalez Internship
Company: United States House of Representatives

In the Washington, DC office, internships run throughout the fall, spring or summer semesters for college students. The hours are flexible to accommodate students' hectic course schedules, but generally run 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. when Congress is in session, and 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. when not in session.

In Washington, DC, interns' responsibilities will vary. They may be asked to answer phones, run errands, research legislation for the Member and legislative staff, attend hearings and briefings and answer constituent letters on various issues before the House. As a result, interns learn about the legislative process and the many other functions of a congressional office.

In the District office, interns may be asked to do a variety of things, including day-to-day office work such as answering phones, writing letters and assisting with media clips. In addition, interns may be assigned to assist in various constituent case work or work on District-based projects of importance.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/14/2020
Position: Transportation Planner Intern
Company: Planning & Development

Planning & Development seeks 2 interns to work with a local governmental planning office that participates in a broad range of community planning aspects such as transportation systems, land use regulation, community planning, grant administration, housing rehabilitation, and floodplain & stormwater planning. One internship position will have an emphasis on GIS projects and tasks and the other will have an emphasis on transportation data, including traffic counting, and other generalized planning projects. In addition the interns may have opportunities to work on projects involving Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (aka drones), event planning, and special projects.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/12/2020
Position: Internship Opportunities 
Company: Destination Cleveland

Our team is made up of passionate Clevelanders who want to help the community through marketing it as a destination. We're the people who get the side-eye for our unceasing love for Cleveland and our inability to stop talking about it. We know how to roll up our sleeves and get the job done, that's for sure. We are the city of John D. Rockefeller, Garrett Morgan and LeBron James, after all – and our blue-collar legacy has evolved into a hub of hard-working, dedicated, innovative professionals. And that's who we like to hire.

Vision: We are in the business of driving economic impact and stimulating community vitality for Cleveland through memorable leisure and business travel experiences.

Mission: We are in the business of driving economic impact and stimulating community vitality for Cleveland through memorable leisure and business travel experiences.

Current internship opportunities with Destination Cleveland are listed below:

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/13/2020
Position: Conservation (Arboretum) Intern
Company: Holden Forests & Gardens

Holden Forests & Gardens is looking to fill multiple intern positions. This position will expose interns to the many facets of sustainable of natural areas management practices in a public garden setting. 

Responsibilities:   

  • Manage invasive plant species. 
  • Conduct upland forest assessments.
  • Electronic mapping using GPS and GIS technology. 
  • Collecting detailed information on plant populations and site conditions. 
  • Monitor heritage (rare) plant species. 
  • Work on restoration projects.
  • Work with Conservation Biologist on deer monitoring and control, and other biological surveys.  

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/18/2020
Position: Velosano Intern
Company: Cleveland Clinic

Under the supervision of the VeloSano Team, the Intern will assist with event and fundraising specific tasks including: customer service to VeloSano participants; Rider & Volunteer interaction; community outreach; and event logistics. Writing skills will also be utilized in the development of our website, flyers, sponsor presentations and more. The Intern will gain experience working for a large non-profit health care organization and learn key core development skills as well as valuable event management and customer service experience.

While working closely with department representatives, participates in a structured learning experience. Performs a variety of administrative tasks and works on various projects. In addition to the personal and academic outcomes noted by the school’s program, at the conclusion of the unpaid, non-clinical student experience at Cleveland Clinic, the intern will be able to:
• Demonstrate the ability to function as an effective team member.
• Apply theoretical knowledge and skills in an authentic business environment.
• Gain new knowledge and develop new skills to successfully engage in unfamiliar tasks and activities.
• Use theoretical knowledge and skills to solve problems.
• Assess, critique and improve her/his knowledge and skills during the internship experience.
• Adapt his/her behavior to different business audiences.
• Act professionally in various environments (e.g., mentor, team, independent, etc.) by adhering to business practices, ethical standards and project commitments.
- (This is an unpaid intern)

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 4/3/2020
Position: Special Events and Development Intern
Company: Raising Results LLC

Raising Results LLC is seeking a special events and development intern to work remotely and to participate in on-site meetings, as needed, at our Northeast Ohio client sites. Position is available beginning June 8 for eight weeks up to 20 hours per week.

Responsibilities:

  • Support the planning, production, and promotion of an October 2020 special event, including planning the schedule, run of show, command center and comfort room for volunteers and staff, room layout and stage setup, communication plan, and volunteer coordination
  • Assist with evaluating vendors for lighting, AV, music, etc.
  • Solicit donations for silent auction/raffle
  • Research and compare auction and event registration software programs
  • Author and proofread event communications, including save the date, invitations, RSVPs, thank you letters, social media, run of show, etc.
  • Assist with logistical support for events, including tracking of in-kind donations and maintaining inventory
  • Play a role onsite at the fall fundraiser, if available
  • Write and produce material for Raising Results’ communications efforts, including social media and quarterly newsletter content
  • Perform other administrative duties as assigned, such as filing, scanning, and special research projects

Application Deadline: 4/30/2020

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Posting Date: 5/12/2020
Position: Planning Intern
Company: Modus, LLC

Modus is currently searching for highly talented and driven Planning Interns (full-time or part-time) to support the Project team to gain local land use planning knowledge as it relates to the wireless telecommunication industry.

Responsibilities:

  • Conducting research and reviewing multiple jurisdictional zoning ordinances as it pertains to wireless telecommunication facilities.
  • Preparing preliminary zoning/permitting analyses in accordance with jurisdictional requirements.
  • Providing site-specific design, zoning & permitting analyses for selected sites.
  • Preparing zoning and permit applications.
  • Reviewing architectural drawings and other zoning collateral.
  • Working diligently to expedite jurisdictional approval processes & project timelines.
  • Attending and presenting at site design visits, community meetings and hearings.  

Application deadline: N\A

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Posting Date: 05/12/2020
Position: GIS Data Collection Intern
Company: Houston Engineering, Inc

Houston Engineering Inc. (HEI), is a full-service civil engineering, surveying, environmental and technology solutions consulting firm with multiple locations throughout the Midwest. We are seeking an independent and motivated intern to assist HEI and North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department staff with GPS field collection of park assets and key features. This position will be based out of Fargo (or possibly Bismarck), but will largely involve travel across the State. This Statewide Recreation Mapping Project will need to be completed in 12 weeks with a visit to all ND state parks. Daily meals per diem and allowance for camping essentials will be provided. 

Responsibilities:

  • Effectively communicate with park staff to schedule survey efforts.
  • Capture data which could include counting, tracking, or taking photos of wash stations, camp site posts, park signs, etc. 
  • Operate and navigate using a handheld GPS & tablet.
  • Extended travel duration in a company vehicle throughout the state.

Application Deadline: 5/26/2020.

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Posting Date: 3/13/2020
Position: Planning Internship
Company: City of Shaker Heights

The City of Shaker Heights Planning Department is seeking a part-time intern to assist planning staff with ongoing projects and department responsibilities. This is an unpaid, volunteer position for Summer 2020; flexible 10-15 hours for 2-3 days per week. The position is available approximately May-August.

Project work may include assistance in the following areas:

  • Long range and commercial corridor planning—project support, research
  • Transportation projects such as traffic calming, bike planning, and multipurpose path plans—project support, research
  • Zoning—case documentation and follow-up inspections

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Posting Date: 3/5/2020
Position: Internship Opportunities 
Company: Cuyahoga Valley National Park Ohio

Internships are a great way to gain practical experience; apply classroom learning; explore career options related to outdoor education, park management, recreation, natural and cultural resource management, and non-profit management; gain professional skills and self-confidence; and establish connections and build a network of professional contacts.

There are a variety of internships available at Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Some are listed below. 

  1. Geoscientists-In-The-Parks Natural Resource Management Assistant: GIS
  2. Community Engagement Internship
  3. Public Relations/Communications Internship
  4. Canalway Questing Internship

For more information about these internships please click here. 


Posting Date: 08/05/2019
Position: Community Engagement & Education Intern
Company: Playhouse Square

Playhouse Square is looking for an outgoing, self-motivated person with strong organizational skills to provide administrative, clerical and staffing support for the Community Engagement & Education department. Other responsibilities would include assisting with the set-up, operation and coordination of department programs and events. Production support may be required as needed.

This internship is three full days per week, between Monday through Friday, during the hours of 9 - 5:30 p.m.

Rate of pay: $150 per week stipend + complimentary parking

Qualifications:

  • Excellent communication skills both verbal and written.
  • Good time management skills and ability to multitask.
  • Knowledge of current PC hardware and software.
  • Schedule flexibility.
  • Ability to lift and carry 30 pounds

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 07/12/2019
Position: Economic Development Intern
Company: Tremont West Development Corporation

Tremont West Development Corporation is a non-profit organization, located directly south of downtown Cleveland across the Cuyahoga River, which lends to picturesque views of the City skyline. Tremont West works to serve its residents with community building, neighborhood infrastructure improvements, home maintenance and repair and events planning and management.

Responsibilities:

  • Perform an inventory of available commercial properties within the Tremont West community
  • Assist with property research and acquisition pipeline
  • Track data regarding the performance of the existing residential property portfolio
  • Perform all other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: Open until filled

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Posting Date: 06/26/2019
Position: Studio 105 After-School Arts Club Internship
Company: Center for Arts-Inspired Learning (CAL)

CAL is seeking an individual with youth experience to support after-school arts programming at our Studio 105 programming space located at 1470 E. 105th Street. This position will support the program manager and CAL teaching artists during our afterschool program.

  • 12 - 20 hours per week (Must be available Monday – Thursday afternoons, 2:30p - 5:30p)
  • Internship duration: Cleveland Metropolitan School District School Year (Fall Semester: September 2019 – December 2019, Spring Semester: January 2020 – May 2020; preference given to candidates who can commit to full school year)

Duties

  • Supervise everyday activities and prepare daily end-of-day reports.
  • Assist teaching artists with facilitating arts activities and keeping participants on-task.
  • Design engaging student activities and ensure inclusion of educational and social emotional objectives.
  • Provide homework assistance to youth in grades K-8.
  • Cultivate relationships with after-school families and community members.
  • Collaborate with School and Community Partnership Associate to develop an evaluation method to assess program strengths and identify areas for improvement.
  • Implement and manage changes and interventions, in collaboration with School and Community Partnerships Associate, to ensure program goals are achieved.
  • Assist in planning and attend end-of-semester family engagement event.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 06/18/2019
Position: Cleveland City Council Summer Internship
Company: Cleveland City Council

Cleveland City Council (Ward 10 Councilman Anthony Hairston) is looking for the ideal candidate to join Council for a Summer internship program for 2019. The program requires the candidate to work 25 hours per week; the standard hours would be from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Occasional projects and programs are sometimes scheduled after 5:00 p.m. and on Saturdays (an advance notice will be provided for events scheduled outside of normal business hours).

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 06/18/2019
Position: Brooklyn City Council Intern
Company: Brooklyn City Council

Meg Ryan Shockey started on Brooklyn City Council in January 2018. She serves on the Safety & Environmental Committee, Fair Housing Board, and serves as chair of the Domestic Abuse Commission. Meg also founded a group called Under 40 Council, which includes Councilpersons Under 40 throughout Cuyahoga County to brainstorm new ideas, share projects, and advocate at the regional and state level.

Meg is looking for an intern for who is interested in local politics or local policy and wants to gain relevant experience. The intern should be a self-starter who has access to a computer and internet for the internship. Relevant coursework includes grant writing, political science, public policy, or similar courses (but these are not necessary for internship). The internship will be around 10 hours per week with flexible hours, primarily discretionary to the intern.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 06/17/2019
Position:  Summer Internship
Company: Cleveland City Council

Cleveland City Council (Ward 10 Councilman Anthony Hairston) is looking for the ideal candidate to join Council for a Summer internship program for 2019. The program requires the candidate to work 25 hours per week; the standard hours would be from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Occasional projects and programs are sometimes scheduled after 5:00 p.m. and on Saturdays (an advance notice will be provided for events scheduled outside of normal business hours).

The candidate will be required to support phone services, document call information (via excel), filing, assisting the Executive Assistant and Councilman as needed.The primary location for the position is located at Cleveland City Hall.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 06/11/2019
Position: Human Resources Internship
Company: The Center for Families and Children

This internship is meant for someone wanting real experience in a Human Resources role. If you are looking to deliver coffee and make copies, this isn't for you. However, if you want real work experience that you can actually put on your resume then look no further.

As a Human Resources intern, you will work in our administrative offices where you will assist in a lot of areas of recruiting however you could assist in several key areas including but not limited to training and development, compensation and benefits as well. Primary responsibilities will include working with the recruiter with job board postings, reviewing of resumes and qualifying candidates.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 05/07/2019
Position: Administrative Intern
Company: US Together

Job Responsibilities:

Assist office manager with general clerical duties. Assist in cultivating donor and community relationships. Assist with fundraising projects and events.

Administrative

  • Receive, organize, copy and file paperwork in client files adhering to requirements set forth by Office Manager
  • Organize and distribute donations
  • Enter and update information in various tracking spreadsheets and databases

Outreach

  • Maintain routine contact with donors
  • Cultivate donor relationships
  • Research potential fundraising opportunities and execution of said fundraisers (propose budget, timing, target audience, etc.)

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 05/07/2019
Position: Performance Intern
Company: Ohio Auditor of State

Job Responsibilities:

Are you looking for a meaningful opportunity or career to help improve the lives of average Ohioans through improved government services? The Ohio Performance Team (OPT) helps state and local government organizations improve service delivery and reduce costs for operations through performance audits. You can be an integral part of our team and help client governments identify and implement best practices in a range of service areas. We serve students and parents in districts across Ohio; state agency customers across Ohio government; university students; and citizens in townships, villages, cities and counties.

The Auditor of State’s Internship Program is a paid position, open to high-performing undergraduate and graduate students from Ohio universities. The OPT work atmosphere fosters a collaborative environment allowing for leadership and learning opportunities. Interns will contribute to active audit teams, assisting in analyzing data, identifying best practices, and developing practical solutions. Interns will learn performance auditing techniques, fundamental management principles, and gain insight into government operations. Work will take place primarily in the Auditor of State's office, but may include field work and site visits. (OPT is primarily headquartered in the downtown Columbus office, but other locations may be available.) Candidates should be self-motivated and have a desire to play a leading role in the transformation of government.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 05/03/2019
Position: Development Intern
Company: Levin Group, Inc.

Job Responsibilities:

The qualified candidate will assist the Director of Development with following projects:

  • Kenmore Commons Financing and Renovation
    • Assist the Director with gathering and submitting required reports and documents to fund financial commitments
    • Assist the property manager with coordinating the tenant relocation plan during the renovation
    • Assist with communication between the Director and other project stakeholders, including: attorneys; architect; general contractor; engineers; and public officials
  • Northern Ohio Blanket Mill Development Project
    • Assist the Director in coordinating project specific assignments among project stakeholders, including architect; general contractor; public officials; and the community
    • Assist with document preparation and submission for project financing – which will include low income housing tax credits; Federal and State Historic Tax Credits; private bank mortgage; and other public and philanthropic grants and loans
  • Supervision of Property Management
    • Assist with tenant calls and follow up with appropriate property staff to make sure issues are resolved
    • Other tasks as assigned

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 04/24/2019
Position: Commercial Real Estate Appraisal Intern
Company: Alpha Appraisal Group

Job Responsibilities:

The intern will help several aspects of the commercial real estate appraisal process including:

  • Research and analysis local, regional and market trends
  • Writing and editing commercial real estate appraisal reports
  • Assisting with the organization of workflow and project files
  • Assisting in the gather of market transaction data which includes interaction/verification with real estate buyers, seller and brokers of commercial real estate
  • Assist with marketing activities to expand the Alpha Appraisal Group brand

The intern would be paid on a per project basis with an opportunity to become an appraisal trainee.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 04/18/2019
Position: Intern
Company: Brunswick Area Historical Society

Job Responsibilities:

The Society is seeking an intern to work on the on-going expansion of our Heritage Farm. The work will involve the writing of grants requests to identified foundations and corporations. Through this work the intern will gain an understanding of urban development, and grant funding. The focus will be on learning how non-profit organizations develop funding to meet expansion plans.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 04/10/2019
Position: Data Analyst Intern
Company: The Cleveland Clinic

Job Responsibilities:

  • Researches, compiles, tabulates, and analyzes data and processes for a variety of administrative and departmental matters.
  • Assists department personnel in assigned administrative, planning, organizational, technical, and professional tasks.
  • Provides suggestions or recommendations with regard to department specific projects.
  • Prepares and presents reports; drafts policies and procedures; responds to requests for information.
  •  Develop and implement databases, data collection systems, data analytics and other strategies that optimize statistical efficiency and quality
  • Acquire data from primary or secondary data sources and maintain databases/data systems
  • Identify, analyze, and interpret trends or patterns in complex data sets
  • Filter and “clean” data by reviewing computer reports, printouts, and performance indicators to locate and correct code problems
  • Work with management to prioritize business and information needs
  • Other duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 04/10/2019
Position: Affordable Housing and Economic Development Intern
Company: The National Development Council

The NDC Housing & Economic Development Corporation (HEDC) is NDC’s development arm.  It is through this affiliate that NDC has developed over $2 billion in publicly-sponsored capital projects; raised and placed $704 million in New Market Tax Credit (NMTC) and invested over $850 million, utilizing the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC), into the rehabilitation or new construction of over 11,000  units of affordable housing.   We seek a motivated candidate with strong organizational skills to assist with the following:

  • Special projects and funding applications including, NMTC and Capital Magnet Fund
  • Asset Management responsibilities for NMTC portfolio
  • Asset Management of LIHTC portfolio
  • Assist with file maintenance, scanning legal documents and staff expense reports as requested
  • Development of project descriptions, community impact reports and project underwriting
  • Other Duties as Assigned

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 04/02/2019
Position: Policy Intern
Company: Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority (AMHA)

The Policy Intern plays a critical role in the efficient administration of assisted housing and client service programs for low-income households served by the Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority (AMHA). The Policy Intern leverages policy expertise, technology and creativity to collect, analyze, format and present information to residents, voucher holders, AMHA leadership, community stakeholders and policy makers. The Policy Intern’s work improves daily business functions and informs the AMHAs short and long-term decision-making, work plans and business system evaluations. Reports to the Executive Office.

Principal duties and responsibilities:

  • Responsible for collecting, analyzing and presenting data and information from all AMHA program areas for use in various plans, reports, and informational collateral including but not limited to various internal and external communication products. 
  • Assist in creating and maintaining Monthly Reports for the AMHA Board of Trustees.
  • Assist in creating and maintaining monthly Dashboard Reports for Executive Director.
  • Contributes in producing Annual and Five-Year Plans including but not limited to creating timelines, drafting, proofing, managing the public process and submitting to HUD.
  • Contribute towards production of Annual Reports.Create/contribute towards production of regular and special projects, publications and reports.
  • Develop and execute regular needs-assessments of data collection and data aggregation to maximize impact of data analysis on the AMHA’s strategies, policies and procedures.
  • Perform impact analyses of proposed policy and/or program reforms.
  • Perform other duties as assigned and/or required.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 04/01/2019
Position: Community Engagement & Research Intern
Company: Breakthrough Schools

Breakthrough Schools is a non-profit organization supporting the highest-performing network of free, public charter schools in Cleveland, Ohio. As an educational institution, we utilize an awareness of community assets and partnerships to inform decisions and ultimately help improve our student outcomes and family experience.

The Community Engagement & Research Internship will provide an opportunity for an outstanding applicant to gain experience in community engagement, asset mapping, data management, and analysis of best practices.  The internship position will report to the Managing Director, Community Engagement & Enrollment.  The primary work of the internship will support the following areas:

  • Use electronic data sources (e.g, Google, City of Cleveland, and local Community Development organizations), retrieve articles and perform analysis of community resources in each City of Cleveland neighborhood
  • Assess the best way to gather information from current families about existing community connections (e.g. survey)
  • Identify, analyze, and understand trends in the development of key neighborhoods
  • Create an accurate asset map of targeted City of Cleveland neighborhoods
  • Identify potential partners (and key contacts) for Breakthrough Schools to develop partnerships
  • Determine key partnership criteria with community resources
  • Prepare summaries and present analyses to supervisor and leadership
  • Engage with the community through Enrollment sponsored and/or community events (may require some weekend or weeknight hours)
  • Other duties as assigned

This is an unpaid intership.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 03/27/2019
Position: Summer Internship 
Company: Fair Housing Resource Center, Inc.

FHRC seeks a motivated student or recent graduate to participate in this non-profit advocacy organization with a large research project commissioned by a local municipality. This project requires identification and research into the municipality to determine their efforts in tackling the following:

  • Addressing significant disparities in access to community assets (schools, jobs, transit, etc.)
  • Overcoming segregated living patterns;
  • Promoting integrated communities;
  • Ending racially and ethnically concentrated areas of poverty; and
  • Fostering and maintaining compliance with civil rights and fair housing laws

The intern will work directly with the Housing Counselor, conducting research, coordinating the community participation process, and evaluating input through surveys, focus groups, roundtables, etc. This internship is an opportunity for a student to learn more about daily advocacy work conducted in a non-profit environment. The intern will also have exposure to all areas of the organization such as client management, education and outreach, investigative techniques, marketing, and governmental reporting.

This is an unpaid intership.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 03/21/2019
Position: Intern 
Company: City of Akron

This is training-level work in conjunction with a college or university baccalaureate or graduate program.

An employee in this class performs work in support of professional personnel as part of a coordinated program of employment and instruction with a college or university leading to a baccalaureate or graduate degree.

Receives training and performs duties in support of professional personnel within an assigned department or division of the City.  The nature of the work is based on degree program and organizational need.  Performs tasks to acquire knowledge of methods, procedures and standards required for successful performance.  Provides assistance with assigned projects.  Contacts other City departments, divisions, outside agencies, or citizens to gather information as needed.  Collects, compiles, and analyzes data.  Assists in the preparation of reports.  Specific activities vary by department/division.  Performs related work as required.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 03/20/2019
Position: Summer Internship Opportunity
Company: Catholic Charities Diocese of Cleveland

Cleveland Catholic Charities is one of the region’s largest not for profits. Voted in the Plain Dealer as one of the “Top Work Place” for the last 5 year.

We are currently seeking a summer intern to help with increased need and additional new programs. This would be an excellent opportunity for some studying social service to get hands on experience in food justice. The position would require two days of training with Cleveland Catholic Charities including a Virtus Certification. The position would be Monday thru Thursday 9am – 1pm, May thru August. This would be a volunteer position. Food and Housing may be provided if needed. There is also opportunity for paid part time work for the right candidate.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 03/20/2019
Position: Communications in Grantmaking
Company: Cuyahoga Arts & Culture Strengthening Community

Work with Cuyahoga Arts & Culture’s team to raise awareness and contribute to the organization’s strategic communications through marketing, social media and administration.

Advance the ongoing communications efforts of the agency, including:

  • Support organization-wide social media activities, leading discrete projects when necessary
  • Work with staff to identify CAC-funded events and opportunities to feature and promote
  • Create original written and/or visual content for weekly publishing on CAC’s online platforms
  • Assist with efforts to connect residents to Cleveland Arts Events.com, CAC’s online calendar of events

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 03/11/2019
Position: Ohio Planning Internship Opportunity
Company: City of Green

The City of Green, Summit County, Ohio, Planning Department is looking for student intern(s) to assist the department over summer break or during your next semester  updating plan documents (parks, transportation and stormwater). To assist with reviews of site plans, subdivisions, and single-family home applications. Great experience in small City (26,000 population) department.

 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 03/08/2019
Position: Community Services Intern (Hacia la Salud)
Company: Lifebanc

Want to make a difference in saving and healing lives and reducing health disparities in multicultural communities in Northeast Ohio? Lifebanc, a nonprofit organization dedicated to saving and healing lives through organ, eye, and tissue donation for transplantation, is seeking a candidate for our paid internship opportunity as a Community Health Advocate for the Hacia la Salud Pilot Program. As a Community Health Advocate, you will gain valuable experience in the areas of community outreach, developing educational materials, event coordination, and community relations within population-specific communities in the Greater Cleveland, Akron and Youngstown areas. 
 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 03/08/2019
Position: Community Services Intern
Company: Lifebanc

Want to make a difference in saving and healing lives and reducing health disparities in underrepresented communities in Northeast Ohio? Lifebanc, a nonprofit organization dedicated to saving and healing lives through organ, eye, and tissue donation for transplantation, is seeking a candidate for our paid student internship opportunity. As a Community Services Intern, you will gain valuable experience in the areas of community outreach, public health, non-profit administration, event coordination, and community relations.  
 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 03/07/2019
Position: Public History Summer Internship
Company: Western Reserve Historical Society (WRHS)

The Summer Internship in Public History offered throughout the Western Reserve Historical Society is ideal for those thinking of entering into or working with: Museum Management, History Majors, Fundraising, Education, Interpretation, Non-profit management, Curatorial, Registrar, Exhibit design/production, Research and other jobs related to Historical Society functions.

All interns participating in this particular internship program attend classes once a week for 9 weeks during which you learn about museum and non-profit operations. The rest of the week is spent working and learning in your chosen field. Summer Public History Internships are available at both the Cleveland History Center in Cleveland’s University Circle, and at Hale Farm & Village in Bath, Ohio.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 03/06/2019
Position: Planning Internship
Company: The City of Shaker Heights

The City of Shaker Heights Planning Department is seeking a part-time intern to assist planning staff with ongoing projects and department responsibilities. This is an unpaid, volunteer position for Summer 2019; flexible 10-15 hours for 2-3 days per week. The position is available approximately May-August.

The department is involved with many different responsibilities and projects at any one time. The internship is designed to provide students with practical, hands-on planning experience in a busy office. The intern will work closely with experienced planning staff on implementation of daily planning administration activities as well as current city projects. He/she will work with the City Planning Commission/Board of Zoning Appeals, Architectural Board of Review and Landmark Commission staff to review plans, assemble information for staff reports and conduct follow-up site visits. Interns will be invited to observe or participate in a variety of meetings whenever appropriate.
 

This is an unpaid intership.
 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 03/04/2019
Position: Management Development Program Summer Internships
Company: Greater Cleveland RTA

The objective of the GCRTA Management Development Program is to promote the career development and advancement of recent graduates and professionals through practical transit operations experience in the public sector. The program supports participants from internship through final placement in the extended rotational program.

The successful internship candidate will receive practical operations experience in the public sector by leading a meaningful project that adds direct value to the Authority. Each intern will gain skills in operations analytics, public speaking, performance management, and more. For those who successfully complete the 10 week internship, an opportunity to join the two-year Management Development Program may present itself as the next career stop. The goal of both the internship and extended rotational program is to become a well-rounded leader within transit, by learning as much about the whole RTA operation as possible.

 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 02/14/2019
Position: Internships
Company: Ronald McDonald House

Ronald McDonald House offers internship opportunities each semester to assist with daily operations and help fulfill our mission of keeping families close when they need it most. Interns must be reliable and comfortable working in a variety of settings and with various groups of individuals. We strive to provide interns with a well-rounded experience so that they gain meaningful, professional experiences. Below are the different opportunities we offer. Fill out the intern profile below to get started.

Application Deadline: Departments may have different deadlines based on needs. Spring internships begin in January. Summer internships typically begin in May or June. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Departments may have different deadlines based on needs. 

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Posting Date: 01/02/2019
Position: Brooklyn City Council Intern
Company: Brooklyn City Council

Since City Council is a part-time position and fulfilled within evening hours, most of the contact will be through email and phone (Meg does work downtown and would be willing to meet on a regular basis on CSU campus as well). The primary job of the intern will be to research (and potentially apply) for grant funding for project ideas, including around community development and the domestic abuse commission. Other responsibilities will include helping Meg with the Under 40 group, including communication between members, helping set meeting locations/dates, and potentially helping to draft advocacy letters/emails. Other projects may come up throughout the internship and Meg is open to ideas to meet both her communities need and the intern’s interests.

This is an unpaid internship.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 12/19/2018
Position: Process Control & Automation Network B-STEM Intern
Company: Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

Candidate must be able to work 40 hours per week. Working hours are Monday – Friday during normal business hours. Candidate must be able to commit to up to a 3 month assignment with an option to extend the assignment at NEORSD's discretion. This internship program provides for a time-limited role at NEORSD with no express or implied guarantee of future employment beyond the assignment period. This position is governed by all applicable NEORSD administrative policies, practices and procedures related to temporary employees.

The District requires protective footwear (i.e., steel or composite-toed) when working in the plants, pump stations, construction sites, public rights-of-way and other posted areas. New hires are required to have protective footwear, meeting the following criteria, on the first day of employment: 1) Must be ANSI Z41-1999 or ASTM F-2412/2413 (2005) certified, 2) Must have a steel or composite protective toe, 3) Must be, at a minimum, a 6” work boot or 6” hiker-style boot (Note: shoes are not permitted), 4) Must have a slip-resistant sole.  It is also recommended, but not required, that footwear be waterproof and have included a shank to protect the bottom of the foot.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 12/06/2018
Position: CDC Advancement Intern
Company: Cleveland Neighborhood Progress

1) Support CDC Advancement’s grant-making and capacity building agenda. Tasks include:

  • Research and document capacity building and professional development trainings and workshops and input into Professional Development and Capacity Building Calendar
  • Assist with grant management and administration, and prepare reports detailing grantee progress towards specific project goals and on CDC Performance Standards
  • Attend and support CDC Advancement working groups and committees
  • Prepare reports and make recommendations for the Progress Index data tool
  • Assist with planning, volunteer coordination, and evaluation of annual Progress Institute event

2) Manage CDC Advancement’s Internship Placement Program

  •  Assist CDCs with the creation and distribution of internship postings
  • Attract local students to fill positions
  •  Serve as a liason between CDCs and local universities
  •  Research potential grants to support internship program

3) Support CDC Advancement’s research agenda. Tasks include:

  • Assist with qualitative and quantitative data collection, entry, and analysis
  • Prepare professional reports and presentations

4) Perform all other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/30/2018
Position: Civil Engineering or Transportation Planning Intern/Co-op
Company:  Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency

This position involves learning and applying basic planning and engineering skills to assigned tasks, under close supervision in an office environment. The College Intern/Co-op is a temporary. The College Intern/Co-op is responsible for learning and applying the skills needed to perform assigned tasks and assisting other staff members with assigned tasks. The College Intern/Co-op may work on transportation and/or environmental planning efforts, as assigned at the time of hire, in furtherance of the mission of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) as a metropolitan planning organization (MPO) and areawide water quality management agency. Engineering interns/Co-ops will work under direct supervision of a licensed professional engineer.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/30/2018
Position: Contract Administrator B-STEM Intern 
Company: Northeast Ohio Sewer District

Position Summary: The intern will assist with various projects throughout the assignment, including, but not limited to: Procurement Processes, Contract Management, SharePoint administration (Learn basic administration tools), and other duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/28/2018
Position: Marketing & Communications Intern
Company: Alzheimer's Association

Position Summary:

The Marketing/Communications Intern supports the mission of the Alzheimer’s Association Cleveland Area Chapter to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected in northeast Ohio; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. The Marketing & Communications Intern will assist the Marketing & Communications Manager with editing, social media posts, capturing video, research, and graphic design in a collaborative, hands-on environment.  

This is an unpaid internship. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/20/2018
Position: CDC Advancement Intern
Company: Cleveland Neighborhood Progress

Position Summary:

Cleveland Neighborhood Progress is a local community development funding intermediary with over thirty years of experience investing in community revitalization work in Greater Cleveland. Neighborhood Progress was founded in 1988 and serves a unique function as the only local intermediary in the region. Our mission is to foster inclusive communities of choice and opportunity throughout Cleveland, and our vision is one where Cleveland’s neighborhoods are attractive, vibrant, and inclusive communities where together, people from diverse incomes, races, and generations thrive, prosper, and choose to live, learn, work, and invest. See linked site for job duties.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/20/2018
Position: Community Development Department Full Time Intern
Company: City of Sharonville Community Development

Position Summary:

The City of Sharonville Department of Community Development is seeking one temporary full time intern or Co-Op to assist department staff with code enforcement, planning and zoning activities during the spring of 2019.  The pay rate for this position is $12.00 per hour.  Work is normally performed during normal business hours (Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM to 5PM). 

Application Deadline: N/A

For more details about this position, click the Intern/Co-Op link on the following page.


Posting Date: 11/19/2018
Position: Housing Policy Research Intern
Company: Ohio Housing Finance Agency

Position Summary:

The Housing Policy Research Intern will work with the Office of Housing Policy at the Ohio Housing Finance Agency to assist in data analysis and the creation of content and publications (information on our office at ohiohome.org/research/default.aspx). This position provides the opportunity to work with a dynamic team to learn about the world of affordable housing, gain valuable experience conducting and analyzing multiple types of data, and expand your visualization skills. Work hours are flexible based on availability, but ideally the intern will work a total of 20 hours per week. Payment is tied to year in school, ranging from $12 to $18/hour.

This is an paid internship.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/16/2018
Position: Government Grant Intern - Graduate Student
Company: OhioGuidestone

Position Summary:

Since 1864, we’ve been an integral part of the Berea community, proudly rooted in faith and a legacy of serving children and families. While our roots remain in Berea, we’ve grown to support children and families statewide. OhioGuidestone is always looking for passionate people to make a difference in our communities. You can impact lives and inspire change right in your own backyard. Apply today to work at the largest non-profit, mental health service provider in Ohio.

OhioGuidestone's Cleveland office is seeking an intern to assist with government grants and proposals. The intern will be working very closely with the Government Grants and Proposals Coordinator to research, write and complete paperwork for grants and proposals. The ideal intern will thrive in a high-volume, fast-paced environment and succeed in meeting all deadlines. This is a great opportunity for graduate students to gain experience in project management and administrative work.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/13/2018
Position: Intern
Company: American Heart Association

Position Summary:

The American Heart Association's Cleveland Chapter seeks interns to assist in day-to-day Special Events preparation. For this position, the intern would need to work a minimum of 6 hours per week. The required hours may be worked in any combination at the discretion of the intern and supervisor so long as the schedule is determined ahead of time. This internship is flexible and looks to help teach the intern the day to day operations of a non-profit and specifically the operations involved in special events, fundraising, and coordination of logistics for a multitude of events.

The intern would receive hands on experience in the fields of fundraising, marketing, design, event management, and event execution along with daily office tasks. Interns participating in the Cleveland Chapter of the AHA are highly encouraged to attend the events they assist with to get a complete understanding and feel of special events in the non-profit community of Cleveland. These 2-3 events typically occur on Saturdays and evenings.

This is an paid internship.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/05/2018
Position: Public Relations/Communication Intern
Company: Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Position Summary:

Assist Community Engagement Supervisor with various public relations and media tasks. Primary project is researching and creating targeted media lists. Other duties include editorial calendar and weekly media report, including social media reach.

Hours: 20 - 40 hours per week. Work week and hours will be negotiated.
This is an unpaid internship.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/05/2018
Position: Interpretation, Education, and Visitor Services Intern (2 positions)
Company: Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Position Summary:

Assist national park service rangers in the park's visitor center, providing information, orientation, and interpretation to park visitors. Assist with programming for inner city community groups, often outside of the park, or environmental education programs in the park. Intern may also work with national park service rangers setting up booths that promote the park at off-site events.

Hours: Up to 40 hours per week Weekend hours required. Work week will be negotiated.
This is an unpaid internship.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/30/2018
Position: Digital Communications Intern
Company: Playhouse Square

Position Summary:

Playhouse Square is looking for a self-motivated, organized person with excellent interpersonal skills to fill the Digital Communications Internship.  Responsibilities include assisting the Digital Communications Coordinators with researching, implementing and maintaining Social Networking efforts. This person will also assist with strategizing and creating email marketing campaigns for various shows, departments and organizational efforts. Additional responsibilities would include creating and updating copy for the website and assisting in tracking, reporting and analyzing online activities.

Internships at Playhouse Square are three days per week. We are currently looking to fill this role for the 2019 spring semester.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/30/2018
Position: Social Media Specialist Intern
Company: After-School All-Stars

Position Summary:

After-School All-Stars (ASAS) is one of the leading national after-school program providers in the country. Our comprehensive school-based programs combine activities and learning to help build the knowledge and skills children need to succeed, both in school and in life.

ASAS Cleveland is seeking a Social Media Specialist Intern to work with our staff and students to help tell our story. The Social Media Specialist Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about sharing ASAS Cleveland’s story with our audience. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth, and the ability to build relationships with K – 8th grade students. The Social Media Specialist Intern’s mission is to ensure ASAS Cleveland is telling their All-Stars’ stories in a safe and healthy environment. The Social Media Specialist Intern will work to share our stories to our current audience and continuously strive to reach more individuals, companies, organizations, and followers while also having the opportunity to share their media outreach background with our All-Star students!

Compensation: School stipends may be available.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/25/2018
Position: Nonprofit Administration Internship
Company: Lupus Foundation of America

Position Summary:

We are looking for a passionate, hard-working person to assist the staff with their administrative, marketing and public relations needs. This includes helping with constituent data management, social networking sites, and event planning. This internship will be during the Spring 2019 semester from January 12 – May 10. Hours are flexible. We will try to accommodate scheduled class times, if possible.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/25/2018
Position: Behavior Support Intern
Company: After-School All-Stars Cleveland

Position Summary:

After-School All-Stars (ASAS) is one of the leading national after-school program providers in the country. Our comprehensive school-based programs combine activities and learning to help build the knowledge and skills children need to succeed, both in school and in life. Studies consistently show that students who participate in a service learning program have improved academic performance and positive behavior in school.

ASAS Cleveland is seeking a Behavior Support Intern to work directly with elementary and middle school students in an engaging after-school program. The Behavior Support Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about providing high quality youth services to Cleveland youth. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth in an educational setting, and the ability to build relationships with 1st – 8th grade students. The Behavior Support Intern’s mission is to ensure that youth have a positive and healthy after-school experience, and are crucial to a successful after-school program. The Behavior Support Intern will work to expose ASAS students to new concepts in learning and help them develop a stronger sense of social responsibility and civic awareness.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/16/2018
Position: Semester Internship
Company: Facing History and Ourselves Cleveland

Position Summary:

Facing History and Ourselves is looking for a semester-long intern to join the Cleveland office. Facing History and Ourselves is a nonprofit international educational and professional development organization whose mission is to engage students of diverse backgrounds in an examination of racism, prejudice, and antisemitism in order to promote the development of a more humane and informed citizenry. Preferably, this intern will have passion for education, justice, democracy, diversity, and/or combatting bigotry in society. Through working with Facing History, the intern will learn about citizenship in the context of justice throughout historical events of several countries, such as the Holocaust, the eugenics movement in America, immigration, and much more. This intern should be willing to support the overall Cleveland office within Program, Development and general office management. The intern would be a direct support to all office employees. They would report to [insert name].

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/04/2018
Position: Intern Spring 2019
Company: U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown’s Office Cleveland, OH

Position Summary:

Interns have the opportunity to assist in a variety of tasks that range from answering phones and opening mail to assisting staff with constituent casework, scheduling, grant research, outreach events and special projects. Interns learn firsthand the office functions and its importance in the overall effectiveness of a member of the U.S. Senate.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/04/2018
Position: Intern
Company: Services for Independent Living, lnc (SIL)

Job Requirements:

  • Update agency’s website
  • Design a template for an electronic newsletter
  • Develop a plan for social media outreach and education
  • Train staff of use of social media (what the options are and pros and cons of each)
  • If time allows, implement social media outreach and education plan as well as regularly update our website.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 09/21/2018
Position: First Year Cleveland Communications Intern 
Company: Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Position Summary:

To help more babies in Cleveland live to their first birthdays, by being part of the First Year Cleveland/CRWU SOM collaboration through the internship program, using the knowledge already gained in studies related to communications.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 09/12/2018
Position: Nonprofit Database Management Intern
Company: Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation

Position Summary:

The Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation (HGNC) is a non-profit community development corporation located in downtown Cleveland. HGNC’s mission is to promote the continuing re-development of a unique, historic district in downtown Cleveland into a vibrant commercial, entertainment, and residential neighborhood.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 09/12/2018
Position: Planning & Development Intern - part-time, temporary
Company: City of Euclid

Assist with projects and ongoing operations under the immediate supervision of the Planning and Zoning Commissioner.

Responsibilities:

  • Inventory the location and condition of municipal and utility infrastructure and community nuisances; create database and mapping for ongoing management. 
  • Develop an inventory of available commercial and industrial properties.
  • Assist with Zoning and other department issues as needed.
  • Perform other related duties as required.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 09/07/2018
Position: Marketing Intern
Company: Campus District

Position Summary:

This position will help create a sustained social media marketing campaign, including updating all social media platforms and website on a regular basis. Creating original posts for the organization and promoting partner organizations will also be required.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 09/07/2018
Position: Development Intern
Company: Greater Cleveland Food Bank

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with the coordinator of donor solicitation strategies
  • Support the Development Staff
  • Assist with the coordination of communications strategies

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/28/2018
Position: Farmers’ Market Business Incubator Project Intern
Company: East Cleveland Farmers’ Market Preservation Society (Coit Road Farmers’ Market)

Objectives:

  • Develop the Market as a training resource for business startups by collaborating with other small business resources in the community.
  • Utilize the Market as a selling space to recruit consumer related business startups.
  • Identify food related businesses and startups that can utilize the commercial kitchen as a processing facility. Help develop the commercial kitchen into a sustainable operation.

Activities:

  • Identify small business community resources and applicable programming that can be transferred to Market related business startups.
  • Outline and schedule business startup training. Promote the Market as a resource for food related and other consumer business startups.
  • Mentor business startups with the assistance of Market staff.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/24/2018
Position: Internship with Senator Portman
Company: Office of Senator Portman

Internships in the Washington, DC and Ohio offices of Senator Rob Portman offer college-aged students an exciting introduction to the U.S. Senate and the workings of a Senate office. Interns are assigned to work alongside staff responsible for the Senator’s legislative, press, and administrative operations. Our internships are designed primarily for students who have completed at least one full year of collegiate undergraduate coursework. Preference is given to students who are residents of Ohio.

 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/22/2018
Position: Farmers’ Market Operations Improvement – Intern
Company: East Cleveland Farmers’ Market Preservation Society (Coit Road Farmers’ Market)

Objectives: Improve the management processes of the Coit Road Farmers Market to reduce operating expenses and achieve a customer attractive shopping experience. Develop a site improvement plan including resources and timing to reduce water runoff expense and enhance site appearance.

 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/22/2018
Position: Sales & Marketing Intern
Company: Cleveland Kraut Co.

Assist the sales and marketing team in organizing, targeting, and driving outside sales outreach, develop and foster grocery leads along the purchase pathway, file and fill out necessary sale paperwork and pitch decks. Assist the organization of field marketing team, identify and budget events in active markets, hire/train brand ambassadors, and be directly involved in in-store and event based marketing. Identify whitespace opportunities for sales and marketing and work within set budget to address and capitalize upon those. Build and launch targeted digital advertising campaigns using Facebook and Adwords.

 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/14/2018
Position: Marketing Intern
Company: Slavic Village Development (SVD)

Slavic Village Development (SVD) is a non-profit community development corporation located on the southeast side of Cleveland. SVD works with and for its residents, businesses, and institutions to promote civic engagement, community empowerment, & neighborhood investment.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in creation of promotional materials, including flyers and online content
  • Engage with potential residents and investors through various media channels
  • Attend and photograph community events or ceremonies to include in marketing content
  • Help manage social media content and communications
  • Develop and implement positioning strategy for SVD’s various housing programs to attract interested buyers
  • Contribute to SVD’s rebranding campaign
  • Perform all other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/14/2018
Position: Housing Development Intern
Company: Slavic Village Development (SVD)

Slavic Village Development (SVD) is a non-profit community development corporation located on the southeast side of Cleveland. SVD works with and for its residents, businesses, and institutions to promote civic engagement, community empowerment, & neighborhood investment.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Neighbors Invest in Broadway:

-Assist with advertisements and online marketing of available homes
-Show properties to potential buyers
-Assist with evaluation of applicants
-Identify, research, evaluate, and acquire homes to include in the program-Explain the program and its purpose to potential buyers and interested parties

  • The Slavic Village Recovery Project:

-Assist with property research and data collection for property acquisition-Locate current property owners and send letters
-Assist with the preparation and execution of purchase agreements
-Engage in weekly meetings regarding strategies to clear titles of vacant homes
-Identify and negotiate with lien holders

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/14/2018
Position: Community Outreach & Engagement Intern
Company: Slavic Village Development (SVD)

Slavic Village Development (SVD) is a non-profit community development corporation located on the southeast side of Cleveland. SVD works with and for its residents, businesses, and institutions to promote civic engagement, community empowerment, & neighborhood investment.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Provide assistance in connecting residents to housing repair and curb appeal services, as well as side yard expansion opportunities available through SVD
  • Help residents navigate government assistance programs
  • Connect residents to financial services and grant opportunities
  • Assist with community grants and grant management
  • Meet with home-based business owners regarding participation in the Maker’s Market
  • Encourage involvement in community events, meetings, and projects
  • Increase membership in block clubs and work groups
  • Perform all other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/14/2018
Position: Community Outreach & Engagement Intern
Company: Whole Vision LLC

Associate will be trained in and involved with assisting with programming and community outreach activities associated with Whole Vision LLC (WVLLC). Activities will primarily focus on coordination of community partners, members, and projects, assistance with strategic planning, marketing, development and fundraising, and the enhancement of overall structure and organization.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/14/2018
Position: Care-A-Van Intern
Company: Whole Vision LLC

Intern will be trained in and involved with assisting with programming and community outreach activities associated with the Care-A-Van initative. Activities will primarily focus on coordination of community partners, members, and projects,assistance with strategic planning, marketing, development and fundraising and the enhancement of overall structure and organization.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/13/2018
Position: Chapter Program Fundraising Intern
Company: Because I Said I Would

Because I said I would is a growing nonprofit organization. Our mission is to better humanity through the importance of a promise. We only hire individuals that can make and keep their promises.

 

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Data entry (sign-in sheets, surveys, etc.)
  • Assist with group fundraising projects (calls and scheduling meetings)
  • Work alongside the development and fundraising teams to plan fundraising projects and research grant opportunities
  • Assist with forms processing and administrative support

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/13/2018
Position: Public Policy Intern
Company: United Way of Greater Cleveland

United Way of Greater Cleveland is seeking a Public Policy intern (unpaid) to one motivated individual with a passion for public policy and advocacy.  Engaging in public policy is a powerful way to break the cycles of poverty and help improve the lives of children and families in our community. 
 

This unpaid internship provides experiential learning with an opportunity to develop a broad range of skills working in a nonprofit, nonpartisan setting while gaining valuable hands-on experience in public policy.  This opportunity coincides with the academic year, requiring 10-12 hours per week during the semester (September – December).  Students must currently be enrolled as a junior/senior in a 4-year undergraduate or graduate program with a focus on political science or public policy degree. 

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Conduct research and analysis on poverty-related policy issues and legislation
  • Assist with writing policy-related communications
  • Attend meetings, issue briefings and webinars
  • Provide operational and administrative support
  • Schedule and prepare for meetings and events
  • Craft social media messaging

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/08/2018
Position: Housing Coordinator- Intern
Company: EDEN INC

Responsibilities:

  • Return phone calls to clients, landlords and case managers
  • See clients, landlords etc. who walk in to agency without a scheduled appointment
  • Work with staff on intake appointments of new clients
  • Help complete reports for grant funders
  • Enter client data into our Tenmast system
  • Send letters to clients on behalf of the agency
  • Index documents
  • Track missing information from recertification applications
  • Support housing programs staff and management as needed
  • Maintain a professional and empathetic demeanor when meeting with clients

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/08/2018
Position: Planning Department Intern
Company: City of Shaker Heights

The department is involved with many different responsibilities and projects at any one time. The internship is designed to provide students with practical, hands-on planning experience in a busy office. The intern will work closely with experienced planning staff on implementation of daily planning administration activities as well as current city projects.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/07/2018
Position: Fundraising Intern
Company: Muscular Dystrophy Associations

The fundraising internship provides a unique opportunity to support the MDA local/satellite office to oversee the success of a specific event or project. The objective of this internship is to foster the development of the intern by working with all levels of the office to complete programs and learn both professionally and personally about MDA, our fundraising programs, and the non-profit industry. The intern will be given a minimum of one project, that will be his/her responsibility, which will add value to the success of the fundraising goals in the local office.  He/she will gain experience working directly with MDA Fundraising and Development teams and MDA families. The intern will be supervised by the Executive Director. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/07/2018
Position: Wish Fundraising Intern
Company: Make-A-Wish Foundation

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assist in planning and preparation of both internal special events, including BIG Wish Gala, Women Inspiring Strength & Hope and Walk For Wishes
  • Assist Event Manager with event logistics, participant registration and wrap up procedures.
  • Assist with the External Events programs as needed.
  • Travel to surrounding areas to procure items specific to events and distribute promotional materials.
  • Attend and assist event management during events.
  • Assist with mailing assembly.
  • Operate within the policies and procedures established by the National Office and local Make-A-Wish chapter

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/07/2018
Position: Wish Program Intern
Company: Make-A-Wish Foundation

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support the wish team with all aspects of wish planning
  • Research products and experiences to create meaningful wishes
  • Request in-kind donations and assist with stewarding in-kind donors
  • Support multiple departments with internal events
  • A special project may be designed specifically for the semester of study that will have timelines for completion. This will be determined on a case-by-case basis
  • Operate within the policies and procedures established by the National Office and local Make-A-Wish chapter

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/07/2018
Title: Marketing & Community Engagement Intern
Company: Union Miles Development Corporation

Responsibilities:

  • Enhance Social Media Channels – Assist with development and implementation of communication strategies to build awareness among youth and young adults of community resources, events, and opportunities for involvement with UMDC.  Maintain website and other social media such as Facebook, Twitter, etc.
  • Develop and Execute Promotional Campaigns – Assist with creation and implementation of marketing strategy and promotional content for the UMDC Membership Program
  • Community Outreach – Engage with residents and businesses to encourage participation in the UMDC programs and activities and draft quarterly newspaper articles.
  • Create Flyers and Marketing Materials – Assist with creation and distribution of promotional materials for events and programs

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

 

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Posting Date: 08/07/2018
Title: Marketing Intern
Company: Metro West Community Development Corporation

Responsibilities:

  • Create promotional materials for flyers, e-newsletters, and social media
  • Develop and update professional office materials and signage reflecting new MWCDO logo
  • Identify unique brand positions for neighborhoods within MWCDO service area
  • Help organize quarterly joint marketing campaign for local businesses
  • Assist with planning and marketing of MWCDO events
  • Assist in management of social media and creation of a social media calendar
  • Perform all other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

 

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Posting Date: 08/07/2018
Title: Community Involvement Intern
Company: Metro West Community Development Corporation

Responsibilities:

  • Connect residents with programs, activities, and services available through MWCDO
  • Encourage resident participation in neighborhood clean-ups and beautification projects
  • Help increase business representation in block club meetings
  • Help promote neighborhood events and community meetings
  • Engage residents in discussions of future development and land use
  • Recruit candidates to participate in Community Advisory Council
  • Work with Hispanic Business Center to organize and promote neighborhood events
  • Perform all other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

 

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Posting Date: 08/07/2018
Title: Community Development Research Intern
Company: Bellaire Puritas Development Corporation

Responsibilities:

  • Economic Development:
  1. Create and implement a door-to-door baseline business identification survey of BPDC’s retail corridors and maintain a database of information collected
  2. Determine mutually beneficial partnerships between BPDC and area businesses
  3. Assist in the establishment of a merchants association for interested businesses
  • Housing:
  1. Design and distribute a housing survey to new and departing residents to uncover why people move to and from the neighborhood, as well as tenure of residency
  2. Assist in developing marketing and promotional materials to attract new residents to the neighborhood, particularly to recently renovated houses, based on information gathered from the survey
  3. Assist with code enforcement when necessary
  • General:
    1. Attend relevant City meetings with BPDC staff
    2. Perform all other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

 

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Posting Date: 05/09/2018
Title: Programs Intern
Company: Greater Cleveland Food Bank

Support programs hosted by the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.

Support the programs staff

  •  Assist with the site files compliance against audit requirements
  •  Assist with inputting orders for CFK, KC, BP, School Market and SFSP Programs
  •  Assist with School Market and other programs’ statistics
  •  Help with monitoring and collection of daily meal count sheets and attendance sheets
  •  Works on special projects as needed

Minimum Qualifications:

  •  Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  •  Attention to detail and good organizational skills
  •  Self-motivated and detail-oriented with a strong work ethic and willingness to learn
  •  Dependability, flexibility, and ability to maintain confidentiality
  •  Professional demeanor
  •  Commitment to addressing issues of food insecurity

Essential Functions:

  •  Ability to work up to 15 hours per week within business hours (8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday)
  •  Communicating effectively with people in person as well as via telephone and email
  •  Using a computer to create written communication

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 05/09/2018
Title: Client Services Intern
Company: Greater Cleveland Food Bank

Assist in the Greater Cleveland Food Bank’s efforts to connect our neighbors to the food they need every day.

Responsibilities:

Serve as the initial contact for SNAP applicants

  • Answer phones, communicate with clients in a friendly and professional manner
  • Prescreen clients for eligibility for SNAP and other benefits
  • Take calls from clients looking for referrals to emergency feeding sites and provide them information on food pantries, hot meals, and other sites

Complete confidential data entry

  • Keep accurate record of volunteer hours and provide feedback periodically
  • Track and enter necessary service information into department software
  • Update and maintain accuracy of food pantry templates

Support the Help Center and Outreach Staff

  • Answer questions from clients as able regarding SNAP eligibility, the application process, GCB services, etc.
  • Transfer interested applicants to Help Center Counselors
  • Provide additional support to Help Center Outreach Managers, as needed

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 05/09/2018
Title: Operations Intern
Company: Greater Cleveland Food Bank

Responsibilities:

  • Work with Director of Warehouse Operations on putting existing Documents, Work Instructions, and Standardized Operating Procedures into standardized format
  • Assist with Warehouse Operations Management team in creating Documents, Work Instructions, and Standardized Operating Procedures for daily tasks
  • As part of continuous improvement initiative, walk through all of the steps in each Work Instruction / Document to make sure able to complete and easily understood and identify areas to be corrected
  • Spend time in each area of warehouse operations and document any areas where bottlenecks or process breakdowns are occurring
  • Assist in Repack room layout and identify ways to improve volunteer experience in Repack / Retail
  • Attend Weekly Operations Meetings, Produce and Perishable meetings, Safety meetings and Systems meetings to get a better understanding of the day-to-day operations of the food bank

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 05/09/2018
Title: Information Technology Intern
Company: Greater Cleveland Food Bank

Support operations, programs and activities for the Greater Cleveland Food Bank IT Department.

Responsibilities:

Assist IT Technical Support Coordinator to deploy hardware

  • Setup new computers in employee workspaces
  • Test and confirm successful setup of computer hardware
  • Redeploy and repurpose old hardware
  • Organize hardware storage area and inventory

Assist IT Technical Support Coordinator with software installation and configuration

  • Install software on new computer systems
  • Install operating systems and software on old hardware for redeployment
  • Update software on employee computer systems

Assist Director of IT with network documentation

  • Audit Hardware inventory
  • Audit Software inventory
  • Create and/or update basic network documentation

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 05/09/2018
Title: Development Intern
Company: Greater Cleveland Food Bank

Support programs and activities which raise funds for the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.

Responsibilities:

Assist with the coordination of donor solicitation strategies

  • Conduct research and analysis of potential donors and draft research profiles.
  • Assist Development staff in securing auction items/raffle items for GCFB events
  • Prepare donor packets for, and follow up on, donor visits with Development staff.

Support the Development staff

  • Assist with special projects and donor visit preparation.
  • Assist with development mailings and filing.
  • Assist in planning donor events and other activities.
  • Assist in writing donor letters.

Assist with the coordination of communications strategies

  • Contribute to writing donor acknowledgment letters, print communications, and donor cultivation pieces.
  • Assist with creating development department reports and written materials including online content and email updates.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 04/30/2018
Title: Internships at The City Mission
Company: The City Mission

We’re always on the lookout for bright and energetic individuals to fill a range of dynamic internships. Our interns serve semester terms during fall, spring and summer. The City Mission wants to prepare its interns for practical service and ministry, specifically that in an urban, crisis setting. You’ll learn how to minister to men, women and children in crisis, but it won’t be easy. We’ll give you responsibilities that we will hold you to. Don’t plan on a semester of making coffee, organizing or filing—we’ve got big plans for you!

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 04/27/2018
Title: Transportation Planner (College Intern)
Company: Licking County Government Human Resources

Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrates regular and predictable attendance
  • Promotes and maintains positive and effective working relationships and promotes good public relationships as a representative of Licking County Government
  • Develops GIS data layers for traffic volumes and other transportation data layers.  Creates GIS mapping for transportation studies. Aids in website updates
  • Collects traffic count data for use in Travel Demand Forecasting Model, corridor studies, and other projects
  • Assists in data analysis and report compilation
  • Meets all job safety requirements and all applicable OSHA safety standards that pertain to the essential functions of the position and all agency safety procedures
  • Remains informed of current developments and procedures pertinent to duties; may be required to attend seminars/training
  • Assists in the inspection, placement, installation, and management of LCATS signage projects

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 04/25/2018
Title: Emergency Management Intern
Company: Cleveland State University

The Cleveland State University Police Department’s Office of Emergency Management is providing a number of for-credit/for-experience unpaid internships for Public Safety Management students. These internships are designed to be part-time with flexible work schedules.
This learning opportunity provides students with individual growth, professional knowledge, and real world experience. The objective of the program is to assist the Office of Emergency Management in ongoing recovery and mitigation programs and projects.
This internship position will assist in updating and coordinating the University’s emergency preparedness plans and initiatives.  Work involves organizing and participating in planning activities and working with key internal and external stakeholders, in order to develop, update or rewrite departmental Continuity of Operations Plans (COOP) and/or Building Emergency Plans (BEP). This process may include analysis to determine and evaluate the potential effects and consequences of an interruption to critical operations as a result of a disaster, accident or emergency, including critical interdependencies among University systems and processes, and vital records that are required.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 04/18/2018
Title: Summer Retail Banking Intern
Company: KeyBank

The KeyBank Summer Retail Internship program is a 12-week foundational Retail Banking training curriculum designed for individuals interested in pursuing careers in Retail Banking. You will gain a holistic view of the Retail branch network as well as other facets of Key Community Bank. The focus of this program is to provide interns the foundational understanding of the operational, compliance, and risk components of Retail Banking through the Teller position. Through this rotational internship program, you will be exposed to multiple branch locations and Line of Business activities. You will learn customer service, banking conversational skills, and participate in delivering Key's Financial Wellness strategy. Successful graduates of the program will be eligible for placement into the KeyBank Management Associate program.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 04/18/2018
Title: Intern
Company: Rocky River Waste Water Treatment Plant

The goal of the internship position is to assist the Rocky River Wastewater Treatment Plant fulfill its NPDES industrial pretreatment requirements. The intern will work with the pretreatment coordinator and Superintendent to assist in identifying potential sources of industrial wastewater contribution, mercury contributors, Fats Oils and Greases, and any other applicable waste stream. He/She will be trained to inspect some of the locations in four cities for pollutant minimization program compliance and will eventually travel throughout the four cities to document that compliance. The intern will create forms, databases, and spreadsheets to track progress, as well as assist in records retention and organization, and minor clerical work. May also be required to assist with cleaning and various minor maintenance projects.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 04/13/2018
Title: Housing Intern
Company: Westown Community Development Corporation

Westown Community Development Corporation (WCDC) is non-profit community Development Corporation located on the west side of Cleveland. WCDC’s mission is to promote neighborhood revitalization and long-term stability in the Westown service area (Ward 11) through the development and implementation of public benefit programs, residential and commercial rehabilitation, neighborhood planning, and community engagement.

Responsibilities:

Housing intern will assist with housing code enforcement in partnership with the City of Cleveland. Time in the position will be split between in office background property research and in the field surveys. Specific duties include:

  • Assisting with property research for problem properties

  • Assisting in field surveys to identify property issues

  • Assisting with streamlining code enforcement activities

  • Performing all other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 04/06/2018
Title: Marketing Intern
Company: Harvard Community Services Center 

Responsibilities:

  • Contribute to the restructuring of HCSC’s online presence to showcase the wide range of integrated services and programs provided by HCSC, which may include the establishment of an online calendar of events, links to business services, and the creation of descriptive, intuitive, and organized web content
  • Assist with the development and implementation of HCSC’s strategic rebranding campaign through the creation of cohesive promotional materials and templates, such as brochures, flyers, mailings, social media content, and a 50th anniversary logo
  • Segment and target specific interest groups, determine the most effective mediums through which to reach them, and design promotional material accordingly
  • Perform all other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/18/2020
Position: Development & Marketing Intern
Company: The Up Side of Downs

The Up Side of Downs is seeking a qualified intern to work within and contribute to our Development team for our biggest fundraising event, the Northeast Ohio Buddy Walk. This paid position will begin in May, approximately 10-12 hours per week. Hours will increase closer to the Buddy Walk.  Must be available to work the event, which takes place on August 15, 2020.

Responsibilities:  

  • Attend monthly committee planning meetings
  • Assist in marketing the event on all social media platforms and online calendars
  • Create, mail and distribute event marketing materials
  • Communicate with and handle inquiries from USOD families, walk participants, volunteers and donors
  • General administrative tasks such as organizing inventory and supplies; updating documents and files; data entry and completing event preparation projects as assigned
  • Apply knowledge acquired during internship by performing duties and fulfilling expectations at the event.

Application Deadline: 3/30/2020

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Posting Date: 3/12/2020
Position: Internship and Fellowship Opportunities 
Company: CMAP

Call for interns 2020! Below are internship opportunities throughout our organization:

Selected interns will have the opportunity to:

  • Gain experience and practical knowledge within your field of interest.
  • Become familiar with the concept of project management and team collaboration.
  • Help with the implementation of initiatives for the welfare of our region.
  • Network with professionals and find your next mentor.
  • While interns will be supervised by CMAP staff, they will be expected to take a high level of responsibility for their own work, and should be self-motivated.
  • Salary Range: Undergraduate $13.00 per hour/Graduate: $15.00 per hour

Application Deadline: March 20, 2020

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Posting Date: 2/18/2020
Position: City of Worthington,Ohio Summer Intern
Company: The City of Worthington

The City of Worthington is seeking one to two public administration/public policy graduate students for a summer internship for up to 40 hours per week. Individuals who have just completed a Master’s Degree are also eligible to be considered. Interns will work directly with the City Manager’s Office and administration with a focus on public policy and program development and public communication. This is a great opportunity for individuals interested in a career in city management to gain exposure to the profession in an environment with a history of strong, professional management.

Application Deadline: 3/20/2020

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Posting Date: 2/18/2020
Position: Communications and Marketing Intern
Company: Cuyahoga Arts & Culture

Key Projects & Essential Functions
Advance the ongoing communications efforts of the agency, including:

  • Support organization-wide social media activities, leading discrete projects when necessary
  • Work with staff to identify CAC-funded events and opportunities to feature and promote
  • Create original written and/or visual content for weekly publishing on CAC’s online platforms
  • Assist with efforts to connect residents to Cleveland Arts Events.com, CAC’s online calendar of events

Work with Cuyahoga Arts & Culture’s team to raise awareness and contribute to the organization’s strategic communications through marketing, social media and administration.

Application Deadline: 3/06/2020

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Posting Date: 1/28/2020
Position: Water Quality Intern
Company: Ohio Department of Transportation

Job Duties

Participates in Ohio EPA's College Intern program in the Division of Surface Water, Water Quality Program by assisting staff with duties including, but not limited to:

  • Assist in the collection/ preparation/preservation of stream water samples 
  • Assist in the operation/maintenance of field sampling equipment (e.g., boats, generators, outboard motors, etc.) consistent with approved quality assurance practices and procedures.
  • Assist in the collection of physical/chemical/biochemical data in stream and/or lake surveys and reconnaissance of survey sites (preparation, loading and unloading, and cleaning of equipment used in water quality surveys).
  • Assist in the operation/calibration/ performance maintenance on field instruments and maintains instrument record logs and other quality assurance records.
  • Assist technical staff with chemical data management duties

Hours/Pay: 8 AM TO 5 PM; $14/hour 

Application Deadline: Mar 1, 2020 at 11:59 PM

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Posting Date: 1/28/2020
Position: Vocational Rehabilitation Intern
Company: Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities

OOD’s Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation and Bureau of Services for the Visually Impaired provide vocational rehabilitation (VR) services to eligible individuals with disabilities to assist them to attain and maintain competitive integrated employment. OOD works with adults seeking to enter the workforce or retain a job, and with youth beginning at age 14 to assist them as they transition from high school into college and/or the workplace.

Hours/Pay: 8 AM TO 5 PM; $10/hour (Freshman), $11/hour (Sophomore), $12/hour (Junior), $13/hour (Senior)

Application Deadline: Mar 1, 2020 at 11:59 PM

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Posting Date: 1/28/2020
Position: Ground Water Engineering Intern
Company: Ohio Environmental Protection Agency

Job Duties

Assist staff with routine duties involved in the plan review and compliance aspects of Ohio EPA's Drinking and Ground Waters Program. Position duties include one or more of the following:

  • Assist the engineer by collecting and summarizing all available data pertinent to the review of engineering plans for public water systems.

  • Reviews plans for conformance with agency design guidelines.

  • Assist in the collection and tabulation of data required to draft recommendations and/or administrative reports and surveys.

  • Accompanies an environmental engineer on public water system visits to determine compliance with rules and regulations.

  • Assist with developing reports and letters associated with site surveys and other activities.

Hours/Pay: 8 AM TO 5 PM; $14/hour 

Application Deadline: Feb 24, 2020 at 11:59 PM

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Posting Date: 1/28/2020
Position: Northeast District Office Air Pollution Mobile Sources Intern
Company: Ohio Environmental Protection Agency

Job Duties

Assist staff with routine duties involved in the Ohio EPA's Division of Air Pollution Control. Position duties include one or more of the following:

  1. Assist staff in the analysis of existing and new sources of air pollution to determine compliance with state and federal rules.
  2. Compile data, prepare and edit reports and maintain records.
  3. Assist with the audits of test stations

Hours/Pay: 8 AM TO 5 PM; $14/hour 

Application Deadline: Feb 24, 2020 at 11:59 PM

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Posting Date: 1/28/2020
Position: Twinsburg Office Air Pollution Mobile Sources Intern
Company: Ohio Environmental Protection Agency

Job Duties

Assist staff with routine duties involved in the Ohio EPA's Division of Air Pollution Control. Position duties include one or more of the following:

  1. Assist staff in the analysis of existing and new sources of air pollution to determine compliance with state and federal rules.
  2. Compile data, prepare and edit reports and maintain records.
  3. Assist with the audits of test stations

Hours/Pay: 8 AM TO 5 PM; $14/hour 

Application Deadline: Feb 24, 2020 at 11:59 PM

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Posting Date: 2/6/2020
Position: CDC Advancement Intern 
Company: Cleveland Neighborhood Progress

Cleveland Neighborhood Progress is a local community development funding intermediary with over thirty years of experience investing in community revitalization work in Greater Cleveland. Neighborhood Progress was founded in 1988 and serves a unique function as the only local intermediary in the region. Our mission is to foster inclusive communities of choice and opportunity throughout Cleveland, and our vision is one where Cleveland’s neighborhoods are attractive, vibrant, and inclusive communities where together, people from diverse incomes, races, and generations thrive, prosper, and choose to live, learn, work, and invest.

Responsibilities:

Support CDC Advancement’s grant-making and capacity building agenda. Tasks include:

  • Research and document capacity building and professional development trainings and workshops and input into Professional Development and Capacity Building Calendar
  • Attend and support CDC Advancement working groups and committees
  • Assist with planning, volunteer coordination, and evaluation of annual Progress Institute event

Manage CDC Advancement’s Internship Placement Program

  • Assist CDCs with the creation and distribution of internship postings
  • Attract local students to fill positions o Serve as a liaison between CDCs and local universities
  • Research potential grants to support internship program

Manage the Clean & Green Trailer Program

  • Track reservations and assist with follow-up reports
  • Communicate with reservation holder and contractor as needed

Perform all other duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: Open until filled. (Internship will start in April 2020.)

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Posting Date: 2/4/2020
Position: Senator Rob Portman 2020 Summer Internship
Company: United States Senate

Internships in the Washington, DC and Ohio offices of Senator Rob Portman offer college-aged students an exciting introduction to the U.S. Senate and the workings of a Senate office. Interns are assigned to work alongside staff responsible for the Senator’s legislative, press, and administrative operations. Internships are designed primarily for students who have completed at least one full year of collegiate undergraduate coursework and preference is given to students who are residents of Ohio. We are currently accepting applications for the Summer of 2020.

Summer interns will be chosen for one of two sessions. Session 1 begins on May 11th, 2020 and ends on June 19th, 2020. Session 2 begins on June 22nd, 2020 and ends on July 31st, 2020.

Application Deadline: February 8th, 2020 at 11:59 PM

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Posting Date: 04/30/2019
Position: Summer Intern
Company: Concord Township Administration College

Job Responsibilities:

  • Degree studies in Accounting, Business Administration, or Public Administration preferred
  • The Intern will work under the direction of the Township Administrator on various topics including accounting reconciliation, data entry, plan reviews, and potential policy changes. This position also includes file cleanup and general office work.
  • This internship provides direct contact and exposure to the broad interactions of local government and township administration. These experiences could include group work (within the office or with external organizations/stakeholders), individual work (research and analysis of relevant topics) or community focus work (interactions with the public).
  • The internship features some opportunities for networking, career exploration, and professional development.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 05/07/2019
Position: Community and Economic Development Internship - Summer 2019
Company: The City of Shaker Heights

Job Responsibilities:

The City of Shaker Heights Economic Development Department is seeking a part-time community and economic development intern to assist economic development staff with ongoing projects and department responsibilities. This is an unpaid, volunteer position for Summer 2019; flexible 10-20 hours for 2-4 days per week. The position is available approximately May-August. 

The department is involved with many different responsibilities and projects at any one time. The internship is designed to provide students with practical, hands-on community and economic development experience in an inner ring suburb. The intern will work closely with experienced department staff on implementation of daily neighborhood engagement and business attraction and retention activities as well as other current city projects. Interns will be invited to observe or participate in a variety of meetings whenever appropriate... 

  • Completing a photographic inventory of available properties
  • Researching shop local campaigns to upgrade the Shop Shaker program
  • Attend Storefront Renovation Program meetings
  • Assist merchant groups with marketing projects
  • Support of resident-led events and projects
  • Outreach to neighborhood residents
  • Attendance at site visits with home owners to discuss repair and improvement work
  • Assistance planning and executing hands-on home repair classes
  • Data entry

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 06/24/2019
Position: Social Media Marketing Intern - Fall 2019
Company: Destination Cleveland

Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern to gain valuable experience in the field of marketing. This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment, and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of destination marketing. 

  • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
  • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
  • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Monitor, identify and craft responses to social media messages related to visiting Cleveland
  • Identify on-brand #ThisisCLE images and other user generated content for curation, secure appropriate approval for usage
  • Assist with Destination Cleveland's local grass roots marketing efforts and hashtag activation
  • Monitor and identify key influencers including, but not limited to, celebrities, bloggers and users with a high volume of followers and quality messaging related to strategic goals
  • Identify partner events and messaging aligned with Destination Cleveland brand
  • Write/schedule partner promotional posts
  • Update social contact lists and partner information
  • Assist with writing and research for blog posts
  • Seek and analyze competitor marketing efforts 
  • Assist with project plans and timelines

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 06/24/2019
Position: PR/Communications Intern - Fall 2019
Company: Destination Cleveland

Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern to gain valuable experience in the field of PR/Communications. This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of destination PR and communications.

  • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
  • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
  • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Media list development based on thorough research of online, print and broadcast media outlets
  • Development of media pitch and supporting materials – e.g. news release, fact sheet, media alert, etc.; must use AP Style
  • Assistance with interview prep and facilitation
  • Media coverage monitoring and compilation
  • Assistance with department FAM (familiarization) trips, organizing travel writer itineraries or assisting with hosted media itineraries
  • Research and content development for website articles and blogs
  • On-site assistance with Destination Cleveland special events
  • Press kits creation
  • Other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 06/24/2019
Position: Group Tour/Motorcoach Sales Intern - Fall 2019
Company: Destination Cleveland

Destination Cleveland, the official convention and visitors bureau of greater Cleveland, is currently seeking an intern to assist the organization’s Group Tour Sales Managers.

  • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
  • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
  • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • 30% Project Oriented / 70% Administrative
  • Assist with various tourism projects in order to market Northeast Ohio
  • Assist with Tourism Special Event Planning as needed, from meetings with local CVB partners to national and international tradeshows
  • Researching, writing and revising of sample itineraries for group tours
  • Researching various tourism opportunities, leads
  • Interact and network with member organizations and tour operators/leaders
  • Assist with various Familiarization trips, interacting with CVB partners and sponsors
  • Maintain/Update database and filing systems of travel professionals
  • Prepare and coordinate mailings
  • Other duties as assigned

    Application Deadline: N/A

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    Posting Date: 06/24/2019
    Position: Marketing Intern - Fall 2019
    Company: Destination Cleveland

    Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern to gain valuable experience in the field of marketing. This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment, and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of destination marketing.

    • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
    • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
    • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Special project for duration and completion of internship
    • Seek and analyze competitor marketing and promotions for the Group Tour Industry
    • Assists Associate Marketing Manager and Senior Marketing Manager with project plans and maintaining timelines
    • Works closely with Associate Marketing Manager on a daily basis to ensure project progress and maintain constant communication within marketing department
    • Submit projects request forms for the Marketing Department
    • Assist in the creation of print and digital ads, collateral, signage, e-mail campaigns, and online promotion, etc.
    • Work collaboratively with advertising agencies and print vendors on marketing projects
    • Coordinate photo shoots with local photographers
    • Manage image library and permissions
    • Work with external vendors on quoting promotional giveaways
    • Assist in the distribution or delivery of marketing materials
    • Assist with fulfillment of contests, offers, weekend packages to visit Cleveland
    • Assist with execution of marketing materials for trade shows
    • Assist Senior Marketing Manager prepare presentations and campaign planning documents for various departments
    • Provide support and assistance in activating social media channels
    • Attend local events to help activate social media campaigns with ThisisCLE Mobile Tour
    • Assist the VP of Marketing with coordinating and preparing meetings with various departments, agencies and vendors
    • Attend local conventions, conferences, and networking events with Destination Cleveland staff

      Application Deadline: N/A

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      Posting Date: 06/24/2019
      Position: Digital Marketing Intern - Fall 2019
      Company: Destination Cleveland

      Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern to gain valuable experience in the field of digital marketing. This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment, and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of destination marketing.

      • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
      • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
      • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

      Essential Duties and Responsibilities

      • Special project for duration and completion of internship
      • Evaluate content on the ThisisCleveland.com site and ensure accuracy
      • Work in the content management system for ThisisCleveland.com to add event information, proof, and upload images
      • Aggregate digital data and organize for operationalization by team
      • Complete Search Engine Optimization projects
      • Assist with Digital Marketing support projects
      • Evaluate and add offline data into the site
      • Gather various sources of data from Google Analytics, User Experience tools, Email provider, to pull into holistic data sets
      • Create reporting templates

      Application Deadline: N/A

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      Posting Date: 06/24/2019
      Position: Convention and Hospitality Sales Intern- Fall 2019
      Company: Destination Cleveland

      Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern seeking to gain broad experience in various aspects of convention sales as well as event and hospitality management through cross-training with a partnering hotel and convention venue. The selected candidate will divide their hours worked between Destination Cleveland and the partner organizations.

      • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
      • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
      • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

      Essential Duties and Responsibilities

      • Assist with all facets of the convention sale from lead pursuit to closing, including but not limited to:
        • Attend internal sales strategy meetings and Director of Sales (DOS) meetings
        • Attend city site inspections with potential customers
        • Assist with familiarization tours, interacting with CVB members and sponsors
        • Help with any administrative assistance that is needed by the National Sales Managers
      • Conduct account research
      • Update client data in department database (Simpleview)
      • Observe team members from other Destination Cleveland departments, including Administration, Destination Development, Marketing and Partnerships, to gain a greater understanding of the role a convention and visitors bureau plays in driving tourism and economic development in a community.
      • In partnership with a local hotel, gain experience in various aspects of hotel and hospitality management, including working in sales/revenue management as well as catering and events while also receiving operational exposure (Front Office, etc.)
      • In partnership with a local convention venue, gain experience in various aspects of convention venue operations, management and sales.

      Application Deadline: N/A

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      Posting Date: 08/05/2019
      Position: Digital Content Intern
      Company: Playhouse Square

      Salary Range: $150 per week stipend + paid parking

      Playhouse Square is looking for a detail-oriented person with excellent organizational skills to fill the Digital Content Internship

      Responsibilities include posting Playhouse Square events to online community calendars, assisting with content creation and scheduling for Playhouse Square social media channels, providing support to marketing staff including: data entry, list pulling, and making website copy changes, providing guest relations support by responding to social media inquiries, and other special projects as needed.

      This is a part-time position that will require the intern to work a minimum of 20 hours per week (additional hours, including occasional evenings & weekends, may be required for events and projects). The workdays are Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. The internship will last from August 26, 2019 – December 13, 2019.

      Qualifications:

      • Experience with Social Media Management systems (Sprout, Hootsuite) is preferred.
      • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
      • Photography and videography skills a plus.
      • Outgoing, people-oriented person with outstanding interpersonal skills.
      • Strong organizational skills and ability to meet deadlines.

      Application Deadline: N/A

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      Posting Date: 10/17/2019
      Position: Summer Graduate Internships
      Company: Legislative Analyst's Office Sacramento, California

      The Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO) provides nonpartisan fiscal and policy analysis to the California Legislature and has done so since 1941. The LAO (1) assists the Legislature in all aspects of the budget process, through its analytical and oversight activities; (2) responds to legislative requests for information and analysis of the state's budget and programs; and (3) conducts independent studies and produces self-generated reports on topics of importance to the state.

      Application Deadline: December 20, 2019

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 11/21/2019
      Position: Fund Intern
      Company: FARE-Cle

      FARE-Cle is seeking an intern who is self-directed, organized and is able to assist this non-profit in reaching constituents through social media, the development of promotional materials, and website enhancements. College students majoring in Marketing, Communications, or Nonprofit Administration are preferred. The position will begin in January and requires working 10 hours a week on a flexible schedule. This is a college credit position.

      Responsibilities:

      • Organize and maintain documents and lists relative to the organization
      • Correspond with donors, drivers and families
      • Promote FARE-Cle through newsletters, social media posts and marketing materials
      • Search for databases and grant opportunities
      • Follow up with families and drivers as directed
      • Website maintenance and enhancement
      • Perform general administrative tasks such as organizing, updating and maintaining documents, records and files; data entry, completing special projects and all other duties as assigned

      Application Deadline: January 13, 2020

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      Posting Date: 1/13/2020
      Position: Economic Development Intern
      Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization

      Responsibilities:

      • Help develop economic success within the Detroit Shoreway, Edgewater, and Cudell communities in Cleveland
      • Compile case studies on local economic development incentive programs in cities with comparable urban redevelopment initiatives
      • Prepare commercial baseline survey 
      • Assist in preparing a database that will capture square footage of retail storefronts, rental rates, property ownership, and vacancy
      • Assist with tax assessment renewal for the Gordon Square Special Improvement District
      • Assist with other projects as they arise

      Application Deadline: N/A. This internship begins January 2020.

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 1/13/2020
      Position: Social Work Intern
      Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization

      Responsibilities:

      • Work with the property management department to facilitate resident engagement of DSCDO’s 339 apartment units
      • Prepare, distribute and compile resident satisfaction surveys
      • Provide administrative support to social work staff in DSCDO’s property management department
      • Assist in canvasing survey to residents that live in DSCDO owned buildings
      • Assist in developing and distributing e-blasts, flyers, and newsletters  
      • Assist in hosting and planning resident  
      • Assist in coordinating research and data collections project
      • Provide support to resident engagement efforts and events
      • Assist with other projects as they arise

      Application Deadline: N/A. This internship begins January 2020.

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      Posting Date: 1/28/2020
      Position: Public Information Intern
      Company: Ohio Department of Transportation

      Job Duties

      This is a temporary position involving various duties that will either supplement the student’s major field of study and/or provide experience that is a useful addition to the student’s education and meaningful preparation for future professional employment.

      Under supervision & training of Public Information Officer or other designated staff, uses personal computer & related software (e.g., Microsoft Word, Excel, & Adobe InDesign) to prepare, proofread, generate copies of, & send & maintain files of the monthly newsletter & Statewide newsletter.  Assists with gathering information on road closures, lane restrictions, & detours, new highway openings, road maintenance activities (e.g., snow & ice removal, road repairs), highway construction projects, & special events to assist in writing (e.g., using Microsoft Word) & distributing press releases to local & state officials, media (e.g., radio, television), & general public in response to current events.

      Performs miscellaneous duties to facilitate the operational efficiency of the work unit (e.g., maintains accurate records, organizes material & compiles information to assist in report preparation).  Serves as backup for greeting & directing visitors (e.g., general public & couriers); answers telephone & directs incoming calls to appropriate party or takes messages; provides information about ODOT activities &/or programs by responding to inquiries received by telephone &/or email using computer & related software (e.g., Microsoft Outlook).

      Hours/Pay: 28 hours per week (7:30 AM - 4:00 PM); $11.72/hour (Freshman), $12.22/hour (Sophomore), $13.72/hour (Junior), $14.72/hour (Senior)

      Application Deadline: N/A

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      Posting Date: 1/13/2020
      Position: Finance Intern
      Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization

      Responsibilities:

      • Assist with accounts receivable management
      • Provide general accounting support
      • Assist in compiling research of end-of-year records for auditors
      • Work alongside auditors and accounting staff
      • Assist with statistical analysis and other special projects
      • Present data-driven recommendations to the finance team
      • Assist with other projects as they arise

      Application Deadline: N/A. This internship begins January 2020.

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 12/20/2019 (Repost)
      Position: 2020 Summer Interns
      Company: Cleveland Foundation 

      The Cleveland Foundation has conducted a summer internship program since 1999 that provides talented and diverse undergraduate students and recent college graduates an opportunity to work within Cleveland-area nonprofit and public sector organizations. Beyond an 11-week paid internship experience, interns also participate in and coordinate bi-weekly seminars that highlight the work of local nonprofit and public sector organizations, their roles within the community, and opportunities for professional development.

      Application Deadline: January 13, 2020

      For more details about this internship, click here: Summer Internship Program / Summer Internship Application Information 


      Posting Date: 11/26/2019
      Position: Social Media Intern
      Company: The Cleveland Bucket List

      The ideal candidate has strong communication skills and a love of writing. He/she is comfortable conversing with people in person, via email, and on social media. He/she has a desire to grow their knowledge of social media marketing and advertising on social media. We are looking for a self-starter who can bring new and exciting ideas to the table. This position requires a thorough knowledge of Instagram, Facebook and influencer marketing. A desire to learn more about influencer marketing will be considered. This position is unpaid with flexible hours, but can be used for college credit. Candidates must have own computer - access to a DSLR camera an added bonus.

      Responsibilities:
      • Daily management of social media accounts for the brand
      • Content creation for the brand on the web and social media
      • Digital content creation including flyers, banners, and graphics for social media
      • Report progress and results based on analytics and data
      • Other marketing duties/projects as assigned

      Application Deadline: December 15, 2019 at 6pm

      For more details about this internship, click here.


      Posting Date: 11/25/2019
      Position: Development & Marketing Intern, Winter/Spring 2020
      Company: Up Side of Downs

      The Up Side of Downs is seeking a qualified intern to work within and contribute to our Development team for our two major fundraising events, The Sunburst Gala and The Northeast Ohio Buddy Walk. College students with an emphasis in their studies in Marketing, Communications, Event Planning or Nonprofit Administration are encouraged to apply.

      This college credit earned position will begin in January, approximately 10-12 hours per week. Hours will increase closer to the gala event.  Must be available for gala event set up on February 14, 2020 and on the day of the Sunburst Gala which is February 15, 2020.

      Responsibilities will be focused on assisting the Development Coordinator in all logistics of event planning and coordination including but not limited to:

      • Researching best practices for fundraising events and campaigns
      • Drafting and posting social media messages on social media platforms
      • Communicating regularly with current and prospective donors, sponsors and volunteers
      • Handling inquiries from USOD families
      • Attend monthly committee planning meetings (evenings)
      • Assist with creating social media calendar and posts (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
      • Creation and mailing of event marketing materials
      • Various event preparation assignments
      • Perform general administrative tasks such as organizing inventory and supplies; updating and maintaining documents, records and files; data entry, completing special projects and all other duties as assigned

      Application Deadline: December 1, 2019

      For more details about this internship, click here.


      Posting Date: 11/21/2019
      Position: 2020 Summer Interns
      Company: Cleveland Foundation 

      The Cleveland Foundation has conducted a summer internship program since 1999 that provides talented and diverse undergraduate students and recent college graduates an opportunity to work within Cleveland-area nonprofit and public sector organizations. Beyond an 11-week paid internship experience, interns also participate in and coordinate bi-weekly seminars that highlight the work of local nonprofit and public sector organizations, their roles within the community, and opportunities for professional development.

      Application Deadline: December 15, 2019

      For more details about this internship, click here: Summer Internship Program / Summer Internship Application Information   


      Posting Date: 11/21/2019
      Position: The Education intern
      Company: The Up Side of Downs

      The Education intern will work directly with the Education Director to assist in planning and executing education programs at the Up Side of Downs.

      Responsibilities:

      • Help prepare materials for USOD education programs including but not limited to The Learning Program, Toddler Program and TEEN program
      • During USOD education classes, assist teacher in classroom with preparing the classroom for student arrival, work with students on various activities, assist students that may need more individualized support, and support teacher in other areas on an as needed basis.
      • Compile and analyze data relating to education programming
      • Support Education Director and other programming staff with various responsibilities and activities on an as needed basis.

      Application Deadline: December 1st, 2019

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 11/18/2019
      Position:  Management Intern Program
      Company: City of Phoenix

      The City of Phoenix Management Intern Program is a nationally recognized program that has been training future municipal leaders since 1950. More than 205 former participants have achieved success in all levels of government as well as in the private sector. If you are interested in a rewarding and challenging public service career, this is an excellent opportunity to apply to work in an award-winning, world-renowned municipal corporation in one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States.

      If selected, you will learn about every facet of a large, urban, complex city operation from the ground up. During this exciting, and fast-paced year, you will:

      • Work on a variety of assignments and projects that affect our community of 1.6 million residents.
      • Gain exposure to innovative best practices in an our award-winning organization through your rotations in the City Manager’s Office and a department that provides direct service to the community.
      • Participate in the process of setting city policy by staffing City Council meetings.
      • Use research and writing skills by studying an issue, recommending solutions and drafting a management report.
      • Work directly with residents and city staff on service delivery to the public.

      Some of the projects completed by past participants include:

      • Research upcoming fare collection and smart card expansion project;
      • Participate in Request for Proposal process for textile recycling, which promotes waste diversion;
      • Provide research, data, and recommendations addressing micro transit, Bus Rapid Transit funding, community outreach, and stakeholder opportunities for partnerships such as Local First Arizona;
      • Assist in project addressing staffing levels in the Water Services department;
      • Monitor new contractor providing services to senior citizens and evaluating their performance in delivering customer service.

      Application Deadline: January 2, 2020 

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 08/16/2019
      Position: Communications & Outreach Communications and Outreach Intern (COM819)
      Company: Chicago Metropoltan Agency for Planning

      The Communications and Outreach Intern is responsible for helping to develop and manage CMAP content in a variety of print and electronic formats and assisting community outreach and engagement with CMAP partners, stakeholders, and constituents. Above all, the position requires excellent attention to detail that includes writing and editing skills, familiarity with Microsoft Word and Excel, and some experience using social media and web content management systems.

      The ability to think critically and work independently is essential. Over the course of the internship, the intern will work on projects across a variety of policy and local governance issues.

      Prior employment experience is a plus. The candidate should be punctual in working the required hours and notify CMAP staff should there be any scheduling issues that necessitate absence or late arrival.

      Application Deadline: September 7, 2019 at 5:00pm CST.

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 07/03/2019
      Position: Summer Internship Program
      Company: The Cleveland Foundation  

      The Cleveland Foundation has conducted a summer internship program since 1999 that provides talented and diverse undergraduate students and recent college graduates an opportunity to work within Cleveland-area nonprofit and public sector organizations. Beyond an 11-week paid internship experience, interns also participate in and coordinate bi-weekly seminars that highlight the work of local nonprofit and public sector organizations, their roles within the community, and opportunities for professional development.

      The program’s objectives include:

      • Increasing local organizations’ capacity to conduct important short-term projects
      • Providing a full time, paid internship opportunity ($12 per hour)
      • Providing meaningful career-related work experience
      • Stimulating interest in a career in the nonprofit or public sectors
      • Exposing interns to a broad range of nonprofit/public sector organizations, leaders, and partnerships, building their first-hand knowledge of the Greater Cleveland nonprofit community and public sector endeavors

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 04/04/2019
      Position: Communications and Public Service Education Intern
      Company: NASPAA The Global Standard in Public Service Education

      Responsibilities:

      • Develop communications products and manage feedback for NASPAA’s Standards Colloquium, a tenyear strategic look at the values, curriculum, and purpose of public service graduate programs around the globe. NASPAA-accredited schools must vote to approve any standards and need access to relevant information to make those decisions. The intern will assist in developing a plan of the most
        effective messaging and strategies to share information, particularly through NASPAA’s new website and through social media. The intern will also assist in establishing a process for reviewing and analyzing public comment on specific proposed changes. 
      • Evaluate and improve communications with regard to the redesign of the accreditation portions of the NASPAA website at aspaa.org/accreditation.
      • Draft globally literate communications plan and/or products to support development of potential new members and accreditation applicants.

      Application Deadline: The deadline is rolling. NASPAA will start considering applications immediately, but applications will be accepted until filled. The posting on publicservicecareers.org will be removed once the position is filled otherwise potential applicants should assume the position is still open.

      For more details about this position see:
      Job Description | NASPAA Internships | Public Service Careers.org


      Posting Date: 04/04/2019
      Position: Higher Education Policy and Data Intern
      Company: NASPAA The Global Standard in Public Service Education

      Responsibilities:

      • Working on the NASPAA “Threshold Project”, to build a NASPAA-driven recognition system for graduate MPA/MPP programs in each of four key areas: Sustainability, Inclusivity, Civic Engagement, and Globalization.
      • Creating the annual accreditation data report, NASPAA’s public resource on school data and trends. Candidate will be expected to analyze and present data effectively, resulting in a final report. Previous reports can be viewed here: https://www.naspaa.org/accreditation/data-accredited-programs
      • Working with the Data Center Director to collect & analyze NASPAA member data as needed. This may include analyzing Admissions Survey data & presenting at the Admission’s Directors Meeting in July.

      Application Deadline: The deadline is rolling. NASPAA will start considering applications immediately, but applications will be accepted until filled. The posting on publicservicecareers.org will be removed once the position is filled otherwise potential applicants should assume the position is still open.

      For more details about this position see:
      Job Description | NASPAA Internships | Public Service Careers.org


      Posting Date: 04/10/2019
      Position: Summer Intern 
      Company: CMT Consulting

      We are looking for a motivated, highly-driven, buttoned-up, independent worker who is thirsty to learn all that they can in this internship and be a true member of the team from the start. We believe that the best way to learn is to do. Working side-by-side with the CMT team will give you the skills and tools you need to kick start your marketing/advertising career.

      This internship will touch various aspects of our agency including media planning / buying, creative creation, social campaign set up and execution, and reporting.

      Application Deadline: Tuesday, April 30, 2019 at 5:00pm

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 05/07/2019
      Position: Summer Intern
      Company: Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority

      The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA) is seeking Summer Interns in various disciplines, including Accounting, Finance, Audit, HR and Data Analytics. Students entering at least their sophomore year of undergraduate studies are invited to apply. The internship is designed to provide students with valuable experience in their major field of study. GCRTA departments will identify specific projects for students based on field of study and other relevant qualifications.

      Application Deadline: Thursday, May 30, 2019

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 05/16/2019
      Position: Marketing/Development Internship For Summer 2019 
      Company: Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center 

      DVCAC is looking for an enthusiastic marketing/development/public relations intern to join our development department and provide creative ideas to help achieve our goals. Candidate will have the opportunity to observe dynamics and participate in working with various employee groups within an established non-profit organization. Intern will have administrative duties in developing and implementing marketing and outreach strategies; insightful contribution will help develop and expand DVCAC's outreach and visibility. Candidate will acquire marketing skills and knowledge of various marketing strategies and tactics that may include, but are not limited to: 

      • Marketing and advertising content and creation (e.g. Social Media, direct mail, web, printed collateral, communications)
      • Develop social media content calendar and plan for web-based messaging
      • Assist in the creation and content of email newsletter
      • Assist in creating plan and timeline to unveil DVCAC's new brand in spring 2020
      • Perform market research on target audiences
      • Competitive research for content creation
      • Create/maintain contact lists
      • Grow public awareness and social media presence
      • Analyze trends, opportunities, and success of promotion efforts
      • Additional projects, including administrative tasks, as assigned

      Application Deadline: May 24, 2019 at 5 pm

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 04/25/2019
      Position: Summer Intern
      Company: Flats Forward

      Job Responsibilities:

      • Work closely with the Director to implement the strategic initiatives outlined within the Framework Plan, as well as to conduct business and resident outreach.
      • Assist with the development of a more robust membership engagement program.
      • Assist with fundraising events, planning and efforts.
      • Assist in design work related to social media posts and map making.
      • Assist with marketing initiatives, including newsletter communications.
      • Attend Board and Committee meetings; assist with meetings minutes and documentation.
      • Any other duties as assigned by Director

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here. 


      Posting Date: 04/15/2019
      Position: Marketing Internship Biomimicry
      Company: GREAT LAKES

      Job Responsibilities:

      • Assist with the development of a new website.
      • Boost social media efforts through evaluation of current efforts, developing a content schedule, creating engaging posts and addressing questions/feedback.
      • Research targeted industries and companies.
      • Curate content for multiple audiences and marketing channels, including social media, website, blog, fliers, printed desk calendar, e-newsletter and press releases.
      • Create, test and evaluate new marketing messaging and efforts.
      • Prepare / improve materials for Innovation Services consulting, Professional Education Workshops and the Biomimicry Fellowship Program.
      • Provide fresh ideas to help our organization grow, solve problems, engage new clients, improve services and create raving fans.

      Application Deadline: Tuesday, April 30, 2019

      For more details about this position click here. 


      Posting Date: 04/10/2019
      Position: Park Programming Summer Intern 
      Company: LAND studio

      Job Responsibilities:

      • Facilitating and staffing events in multiple parks and public spaces throughout the City
      • Building a calendar of events across multiple neighborhoods
      • Supporting artists in project instruction
      • Coordinating artists, musicians, entertainment, permitting, etc.
      • Managing program vendors (audio visual, entertainment, etc.)
      • Capturing demographic statistics and event photos
      • Shopping for and delivering materials to events
      • Providing marketing support
      • Maintaining summer programming blog
      • Organization/categorization of project materials
      • Attendance at related meetings
      • Daily communication with project leadership

      Application Deadline: Monday, April 15, 2019

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 04/02/2019
      Position: Marketing Intern
      Company: Playhouse Square

      Playhouse Square is looking for an outgoing, organized and creative individual interested in a part-time internship. This position includes, but is not limited to, assisting the department with researching marketing practices, creating content for social media channels, managing the rotation and installation of marketing signage in the theaters and general clerical duties, such as data entry, filing and assembling mailings.  The Marketing Intern may also be asked to assist at press events, press runs and other special events.

      Salary: $150 per week stipend + paid parking

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 03/21/2019
      Position:  Public Administration/Public Policy Summer Intern 
      Company: City of Worthington

      The City of Worthington is seeking one to two public administration/public policy graduate students for a summer internship for up to 40 hours per week. Individuals who have just completed a Master’s Degree are also eligible to be considered. Interns will work directly with the City Manager’s Office and adminis-tration with a focus on public policy and program development and public communication. This is a great opportunity for individuals interested in a career in city management to gain exposure to the profession in an environment with a history of strong, professional management.

      Salary: $15.84 per hour

      Application Deadline: Friday, April 12, 2019

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 03/11/2019
      Position: Diocesan Projects Intern
      Company: The Episcopal Diocese of Ohio

      This intern will work on various projects in the offices of Mission, Communications, and Ministry.

      • Assist in developing concepts for social media marketing ideas and content
      • Compile information for the Diocesan Convention Journals
      • Brainstorm fun, innovative marketing concepts for Bellwether Farm
      • Copy writing/editing for magazine, website, and electronic communications
      • Assist in the production of a manual for clergy
      • Work on various short term projects in the office of Mission

      Salary: $10 - $12 per hour depending on skills and previous experience.

      Application Deadline: Sunday, March 31, 2019

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 03/07/2019
      Position: Marketing and Development Intern – Summer, 2019
      Company: Western Reserve Land Conservancy

      The Marketing and Development Intern will report to the Communications and Marketing Director and engage in various marketing, fundraising and event planning activities, including:

      • Create content for Land Conservancy publications and social medial platforms, including research, writing, taking photos and videos, and organizing archived photos/documents
      • Organize and implement a mini-grant program
      • Assist with writing grant requests
      • Assist in the planning and implementation of cultivation, gratitude, outreach and volunteer events, including creating event materials (website, invitations, etc.) and day-of-event responsibilities including set up and tear down
      • Track government spending for various programs
      • Assist as needed with mailings, donor database entry and prospect research
      • Assist with some headquarters responsibilities as assigned by Development Coordinator

      Salary: $10 per hour

      Application Deadline: Friday, March 29th at 5:00pm

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 02/19/2019
      Position: Convention Services Intern
      Company: Destination Cleveland

      Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern seeking to gain valuable experience in the field of convention services.  This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment, and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of meetings and conventions.

      • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
      • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
      • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

      Destination Cleveland is a private, non-profit organization responsible for marketing Cleveland as a destination city. The organization strives to change perceptions of Cleveland, attract leisure and business travelers, and leverage locals’ passion about their hometown to help move the city forward. Through these efforts, Destination Cleveland drives economic impact and stimulates community vitality.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 02/19/2019
      Position: Recycling Outreach and Communications Intern
      Company: Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District (Cuyahoga Recycles)

      The Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District seeks an outgoing, articulate and energetic individual to assist with recycling outreach and education to children and adults. Applicants should possess excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills. We prefer students who are studying to work in environmental education, communications or sustainability fields. Other courses of study will be considered provided the student demonstrates an interest and knowledge of environmental issues, particularly solid waste management and recycling. Computer skills and research skills are also required. Applicants must be able to work some evenings and weekends and possess a valid driver’s license.  

      Salary: $12 per hour

      Application Deadline: Friday, March 8, 2019

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 02/19/2019
      Position: Social Media Marketing Intern
      Company: Destination Cleveland

      Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern to gain valuable experience in the field of marketing. This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment, and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of destination marketing. 

      • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
      • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
      • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

      Destination Cleveland is a private, non-profit organization responsible for marketing Cleveland as a destination city. The organization strives to change perceptions of Cleveland, attract leisure and business travelers, and leverage locals’ passion about their hometown to help move the city forward. Through these efforts, Destination Cleveland drives economic impact and stimulates community vitality.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 02/19/2019
      Position: PR/Communications Intern
      Company: Destination Cleveland

      Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern to gain valuable experience in the field of PR/Communications. This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of destination PR and communications.

      • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
      • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
      • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

      Destination Cleveland is a private, non-profit organization responsible for marketing Cleveland as a destination city. The organization strives to change perceptions of Cleveland, attract leisure and business travelers, and leverage locals’ passion about their hometown to help move the city forward. Through these efforts, Destination Cleveland drives economic impact and stimulates community vitality.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 02/19/2019
      Position: Group Tour/Motorcoach Sales Intern
      Company: Destination Cleveland

      Destination Cleveland, the official convention and visitors bureau of greater Cleveland, is currently seeking an intern to assist the organization’s Group Tour Sales Managers.

      • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
      • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
      • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

      Destination Cleveland is a private, non-profit organization responsible for marketing Cleveland as a destination city. The organization strives to change perceptions of Cleveland, attract leisure and business travelers, and leverage locals’ passion about their hometown to help move the city forward. Through these efforts, Destination Cleveland drives economic impact and stimulates community vitality.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 02/19/2019
      Position: Digital Marketing Intern
      Company: Destination Cleveland

      Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern to gain valuable experience in the field of digital marketing. This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment, and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of destination marketing.

      • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
      • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
      • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

      Destination Cleveland is a private, non-profit organization responsible for marketing Cleveland as a destination city. The organization strives to change perceptions of Cleveland, attract leisure and business travelers, and leverage locals’ passion about their hometown to help move the city forward. Through these efforts, Destination Cleveland drives economic impact and stimulates community vitality.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 02/14/2019
      Position: Foundation Intern
      Company: Union Home Mortgage

      The Foundation Intern will assist in the management and administration of the company’s newly established corporate giving programs and volunteerism events. Interns will leave with knowledge and experience of Cleveland’s nonprofit sector, grant making, corporate social responsibility programs, and event planning.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 01/29/2019
      Position: Arts Intern
      Company: Studio Institute

      Through this program, interns meet staff involved in all facets of an institution's activities. They learn how each department, in its own way, supports that museum's mission. Coming from many different backgrounds, interns bring unique perspective to cultural organizations. Often, participating in an internship can inform a young person's career choices in subtle and long-lasting ways.

      Salary: $3,980 (Arts Interns receive an additional $500 stipend from Studio Institute)

      Application Deadline: Friday, February 14, 2019

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 01/17/2019
      Position: Photojournalist Internship
      Company: Care Alliance Health Center

      The Photojournalist Internship is a 16-week program that gives students the opportunity to assist Care Alliance Health Center’s (CAHC) External Affairs Team with capturing images, videos, and/or stories to highlight Care Alliances’ interaction with the community. The Photojournalist Intern will also assist in curating digital content for advertisement, training, and social media.

      Responsibilities: 

      • Manage/organize photo database
      • Capture images for marketing material
      • Create videos that capture CAHC’s involvement with the community
      • Assist department with creation of social media content
      • Edit content in Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, and/or Premiere
      • Recruit potential interviewees to share relationship with Care Alliance
      • Write articles regarding patient’s and/or staff’s relationship with Care Alliance
      • Plan and execute photoshoots and video productions
      • Integrate current partnership with St. Ignatius to obtain content from efforts done by the students through school homeless initiative

      Application Deadline: Friday, January 18, 2019 at 5:00pm

      For more details about this position click here:
      Photojournalist Internship Details | Application Form


      Posting Date: 01/10/2019
      Position: Regional Planning Intern
      Company: Harvard Forest

      This position will focus on using planning documents from community to regional scales and social, demographic and economic data to summarize existing frameworks for action and to provide detailed characterization of the Connecticut River Valley’s economic, demographic, and cultural variation. The student will be involved in developing a coordinated regional plan in collaboration with mentors and NGO partners. Applicants should have experience or coursework in regional planning, and an interest in land protection, agriculture, and urban issues.

      Salary: Stipend of $5,775 for the 11-week session

      Application Deadline: Friday, February 1, 2019 at 9:00am

      For more details about this position click here:
      Summer Research Project 2019 | Summer Research Program


      Posting Date: 01/10/2019
      Position: Conservation GIS Intern
      Company: Harvard Forest

      This position will be focused on using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to provide insights on the region’s conservation history, recent landcover changes, population and potential future changes, and--working with experts--help identify areas most suitable for forests, farms, and responsible development. Applicants should be interested in land protection and have experience with, or have a strong motivation to learn, GIS and have good analytic skills.

      Salary: Stipend of $5,775 for the 11-week session

      Application Deadline: Friday, February 1, 2019 at 9:00am

      For more details about this position click here:
      Summer Research Project 2019 | Summer Research Program


      Posting Date: 12/19/2018
      Position: Brunswick Historical Society Internship
      Company: Brunswick Area Historical Society

      The Brunswick Historical Society (Brunswick, Ohio) has started a project for a new building at their Heritage Farm which is being funded by state and local contributions. For the next phase the Society is looking for an intern to assist with foundation and corporate grant funding to complete work on the inside of the building and the landscaping of the project. In addition to gaining an understanding of how grants work, and developing contacts, the intern may also involve themselves in historical preservation and government issues the Society is addressing.

      The Society is seeking an intern to work on the on-going expansion of our Heritage Farm. The work will involve the writing of grants requests to identified foundations and corporations. Through this work the intern will gain an understanding of urban development, and grant funding. The focus will be on learning how non-profit organizations develop funding to meet expansion plans.

      This is an unpai internship.

      Application Deadline: January 2019

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 12/12/2018
      Position: Intern with the Department of Public Safety/Division of Fire
      Company: City of Cleveland

      Our Operations Specialist Interns gain hands-on experience in developing the skills and competencies needed to prepare them for the job market. This is an unpaid internship but qualifies for academic credit. During the course of the internship, the Intern will be exposed to and responsible for a variety of duties including but not limited to: Under the guidance of the Captain of the Fire Training Academy:

      • Conduct research to determine best practice for communicating Divisional Orders and Standard Operating Procedures in the modern digital world.
      • Research best practices of other fire departments with regard to revision and updating of Divisional documents.
      • Propose standardized formats for Divisional Orders and Standard Operating Procedures.
      • Propose a system for regularly scheduled review and revision of Divisional Orders and Standard Operating Procedures.
      • Project conclusion will include a presentation to the Fire Chief regarding findings and recommendations.

      Application Deadline: Saturday, January 5, 2019 at 11:59pm

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 12/14/2018
      Position: Mayoral Intern (Spring 2019)
      Company: City of University Heights

      The University Heights Mayoral Internship Program offers college students unique experiential learning opportunities in local government. Selected participants will work closely with the Mayor and Department Directors. Placement will be based on a number of factors, including the student’s interests, experience/skills, as well as the City’s needs.

      Prospective mayoral interns will be high school graduates currently enrolled in a four-year college or university as undergraduate or graduate students. The ideal candidate will have strong written and oral communication skills, a record of academic achievement, a demonstrated commitment to public service, and an ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Candidates will have strong interpersonal skills and demonstrate an understanding of the importance of maintaining a high level of ethics and integrity in the work environment. All applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 to be considered.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 11/30/2018
      Position: Monument Intern
      Company: Cuyahoga County Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument Commission

      Responsibilities: Under the direction of the Executive Director and the President of the Commission and working under the guidance of the full time Monument employees and working with the volunteers, the successful candidates will participate with guidance in:

      1) Planning and supporting the organization and implementation of the Monument’s 125th Anniversary Events.

      2) Safeguarding the Monument, its property and collections.

      3) Guiding visitors, communicating with the Public by telephone and on-line and addressing inquiries; handling
      retail sales; conducting and assisting with designated research projects of the Monument.

      4) Caring for, cleaning , and routinely maintaining the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument and its Grounds; tasks include, but are not limited to: collecting and disposing of rubbish; weeding; laying out and installing flowers for designed gardens with weeding and care thereafter; removing snow and ice from the steps, esplanade and walkways; caring for, cleaning and maintaining the interior of the Monument, including the basement, first floor cabinets, glass storm doors, brass rails, bronze doors and grills, reliefs, busts, medallions and lighting fixtures;
      maintaining custodial supplies and equipment.

      Application Deadline: Friday, January 4, 2019 at 4:00pm

      For more details about this position, click here


      Posting Date: 11/28/2018
      Position: Summer Intern
      Company: Cleveland Foundation

      Position Summary:

      The Cleveland Foundation has conducted a summer internship program since 1999 that provides talented and diverse undergraduate students and recent college graduates an opportunity to work within Cleveland-area nonprofit and public sector organizations. Beyond an 11-week paid internship experience, interns also participate in and coordinate bi-weekly seminars that highlight the work of local nonprofit and public sector organizations, their roles within the community, and opportunities for professional development.

      Application Deadline: Monday, January 21, 2019

      For more details about this position, click here: Summer Internship Program Summer Internship Application Information     


      Posting Date: 11/09/2018
      Position: Management Intern
      Company: City of Phoenix

      Position Summary:

      The City of Phoenix Management Intern Program is a nationally recognized program that has been training future municipal leaders since 1950. This will be the 70th class of the program. More than 203 former participants have achieved success in all levels of government as well as in the private sector. If you are interested in a rewarding and challenging public service career, this is an excellent opportunity to apply to work in an award-winning, world-renowned municipal corporation in one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States.

      This is an paid internship.

      Application Deadline: Monday, January 14, 2019

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 10/30/2018
      Position: Convention Services Intern - Spring 2019
      Company: Destination Cleveland

      Position Summary:

      Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern seeking to gain valuable experience in the field of convention services.  This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment, and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of meetings and conventions.

      • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
      • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
      • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

      Destination Cleveland is a private, non-profit organization responsible for marketing Cleveland as a destination city. The organization strives to change perceptions of Cleveland, attract leisure and business travelers, and leverage locals’ passion about their hometown to help move the city forward. Through these efforts, Destination Cleveland drives economic impact and stimulates community vitality.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 10/30/2018
      Position: Marketing Intern - Spring 2019
      Company: Destination Cleveland

      Position Summary:

      Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern to gain valuable experience in the field of marketing. This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment, and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of destination marketing.

      • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
      • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
      • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

      Destination Cleveland is a private, non-profit organization responsible for marketing Cleveland as a destination city. The organization strives to change perceptions of Cleveland, attract leisure and business travelers, and leverage locals’ passion about their hometown to help move the city forward. Through these efforts, Destination Cleveland drives economic impact and stimulates community vitality.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 10/30/2018
      Position: Digital Marketing Intern - Spring 2019
      Company: Destination Cleveland

      Position Summary:

      Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern to gain valuable experience in the field of digital marketing. This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment, and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of destination marketing.

      • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
      • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
      • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

      Destination Cleveland is a private, non-profit organization responsible for marketing Cleveland as a destination city. The organization strives to change perceptions of Cleveland, attract leisure and business travelers, and leverage locals’ passion about their hometown to help move the city forward. Through these efforts, Destination Cleveland drives economic impact and stimulates community vitality.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 10/30/2018
      Position: PR/Communications Intern - Spring 2019
      Company: Destination Cleveland

      Position Summary:

      Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern to gain valuable experience in the field of PR/Communications. This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of destination PR and communications.

      • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
      • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
      • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

      Destination Cleveland is a private, non-profit organization responsible for marketing Cleveland as a destination city. The organization strives to change perceptions of Cleveland, attract leisure and business travelers, and leverage locals’ passion about their hometown to help move the city forward. Through these efforts, Destination Cleveland drives economic impact and stimulates community vitality.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 10/19/2018
      Position: Graduate Summer Intern
      Company: Legislative Analyst's Office | The California Legislature's Nonpartisan Fiscal and Policy Advisor 

      Position Summary:

      During the summer, we expect the intern to quickly gather, evaluate, and analyze information on the assigned project, by conducting independent research and, in most cases, interviewing stakeholders. Typically, research projects involve some travel within California. In addition, interns perform quantitative analysis on a policy issue and apply the policy analytical techniques learned in their graduate programs
      to a practical issue facing the State of California.

      Interns work under the direct supervision of an experienced fiscal and policy
      analyst.

      At two points during the summer, the intern will give a presentation on his or her work to executive staff at the LAO.

      Application Deadline: Friday, December 21, 2018

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 10/16/2018
      Position: Planning Intern
      Company: MidTown Cleveland

      Position Summary:

      MidTown  Cleveland  is  seeking  a  Planning Intern  with  the  diverse  skills  set  and  flexibility to  work  on implementing a variety of projects in the urban realm. Intern will be responsible for delivering on projects under the Director of Planning and Placemaking including but not limited to public art projects (permitting and  navigating city  processes),  communications work, research on best urban planning and community development practices, GIS and/or data analysis (property ownership and/or real estate), administrative functions, other responsibilities as directed.

      Application Deadline: Wednesday, October 17, 2018

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 08/07/2018
      Position: At Your Business Program Assistant
      Company: The President's Council Foundation

      Key Responsibilities:

      • Provide support to program staff on special projects and day-to-day operations
      • Follow up with clients and consultants
      • Assist with special event planning as well as attend those events
      • Help coordinate and assemble fundraising mailings (addressing, folding, stuffing, sealing and stamping of mass mailings)
      • Website and Database Management

      Application Deadline: August 10, 2018

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 08/07/2018
      Position: PC Scholars Program Assistant
      Company: The President's Council Foundation

      Key Responsibilities:

      • Provide support to program staff on special projects and day-to-day operations
      • Follow up with instructors and community leaders for program sessions, meetings, and events
      • Assist in ensuring instructors and participants have the support they need and are set up for success in program sessions and events
      • Assist with ad hoc research and communications projects
      • Assist with program recruitment efforts
      • Website and Database Management

      Application Deadline: August 10, 2018

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 08/07/2018
      Title: Marketing Intern
      Company: Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation

      Responsibilities:

      • Assist the Marketing and Promotions Coordinator with daily tasks
      • Sample tasks include: managing and tracking performance of social media platforms, creating visual and written content for the OBCDC digital channels, formatting promotions to community members, edit existing OBCDC pages to tailor to current needs
      • Coordinate merchandise sales and pick up at the office
      • Evaluate programs both current and potential for OBCDC to implement
      • Perform all other duties as assigned

      Application Deadline: Open until filled.

       

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 07/24/2018
      Title: Planning Intern
      Company: American Planning Association - Ohio Chapter

      The Ohio Chapter of the American Planning Association is seeking an Ohio college/university graduate student enrolled in a planning program to provide research assistance related to the 2019 APA Ohio Statewide Planning Conference.

      The expected time commitment for this paid position is 16 hours per week for 13 weeks (208 hours), mid-August through mid-November. There is potential to renew the internship for Spring 2019.  

      The student will research and distill archival information to prepare exhibits about the history of APA Ohio and the history of statewide planning initiatives in Ohio over the past 100 years; evaluate and propose effective outreach and communication techniques for the conference; collaborate with student planning organizations at Ohio colleges and universities; and report regularly to the conference co-chairs and the APA Ohio Conference Committee.

      Application Deadline: Friday, August 17, 2018 

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 07/20/2018
      Title: Administrative Student Trainee - NASA Pathways Intern
      Company: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

      This position is in NASA's Pathways Intern Program which provides students with the opportunity to explore NASA careers and gain meaningful developmental work experience. 

      This Pathways Intern position is for an administrative student trainee in the Logistics and Technology Information Division located in the Center Operations Directorate at the NASA Glenn Research Center (GRC).

      Responsibilities:

      The Intern will provide support for all Logistics Services working with Logistics Specialist and other staff, including assisting in the oversight of programs and contracted services to include: internal and external transportation services; vehicle fleet management and repair; freight traffic management; shipment of freight; mail distributions and delivery of materials, equipment and packages; acquisition of stores, stock, furniture, fuels, propellants, chemicals, and other hazardous materials; inventory, contract property, and equipment management; receiving and warehousing of stores, stock, supplies, hazardous materials, furniture, idle or excess property, and instruments; excess property acquisition, redistribution and disposal; solid waste, scrap metal removal, recycling, and custodial services; furniture management, including the coordination of acquisitions and moving services; safety and environmental related programs.

      The Intern will conduct contract management support, review and provide input to statements of work, assists in evaluating contractor performance and analyzing metrics for work performance effectiveness and trends. Analyzes cost reports and provides monthly evaluations related to timeliness and quality. Assists in reviewing and verifying work assignments and approves requests for additional contract labor resources due to fluctuating demands. Supports the development of annual budgetary requirements for contract tasks, in addition to new tasks or projects and reviews and modifies if necessary. 

      Application Deadline: Monday, June 30, 2018 at 12:00am

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 04/13/2018
      Title: Enforcement Intern
      Company: Fair Housing Center for Rights & Research

      Fair Housing Center for Rights & Research (formerly known as the Housing Research & Advocacy Center) is accepting applications for a full-time Communications & Outreach Specialist. The Fair Housing Center is a not-for-profit fair housing organization whose mission is to protect and expand fair housing rights, eliminate housing discrimination, and promote integrated communities.

      Responsibilities:

      Assist with fair housing investigation, enforcement, and advocacy activities. Reports to the Senior Investigations Coordinator and Associate Director.

      Duties:

      • Conduct initial interviews with potential victims of housing discrimination.
      • Identify appropriate community resources to assist individuals and provide referrals.
      • Create and maintain physical and electronic client and agency case files.
      • Conduct research to support complaint investigations and other enforcement activities.
      • Assist in the preparation of charges to be filed with an enforcement agency.
      • Participate in the development of case management strategies and continued case activity.
      • Monitor advertising for fair housing violations.
      • Staff drop-in sessions and outreach events.
      • Support work of the fair housing testing program.
      • Other duties as assigned.

      Application Deadline: Monday, April 30, 2018


      Posting Date: 04/12/2018
      Title: Outreach Intern
      Company: Fair Housing Center for Rights & Research

      Fair Housing Center for Rights & Research (formerly known as the Housing Research & Advocacy Center) is accepting applications for a part-time Outreach Intern. The Fair Housing Center is a not-for-profit fair housing organization whose mission is to protect and expand fair housing rights, eliminate housing discrimination, and promote integrated communities.

      Responsibilities:

      The Outreach Intern is responsible for assisting the Education & Outreach team with fair housing education and outreach activities. The Outreach Intern reports directly to the Director of Outreach & Education.

      Duties:

      • Assist with website maintenance
      • Assist with planning activities, including but not limited to: event promotion, set-up, registrations, production of materials and day-of coordination
      • Assist with outreach efforts to a wide variety of audiences, including: cultivating community partnerships to identify new outreach opportunities, attending community outreach events, and maintaining records of outreach activities
      • Seek out and offer engaging content for e-newsletters, social media, and fair housing blog
      • Develop and manage multiple mailing databases to a variety of audiences
      • Proof read and edit documents as needed
      • Assist with fund development as needed
      • Work with Education & Outreach team on an overall outreach and communications plan

      Application Deadline: Monday, April 30, 2018

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 04/10/2018
      Title: Planning Intern
      Company: City of Wooster

      The City of Wooster is seeking an intern that is currently studying in a City Planning, GIS or related program. The intern will work on projects to document current conditions in the city such as existing land use, downtown parking and other related information. The position will require the individual to travel throughout the City of Wooster to document

      conditions, enter and manipulate the data in our GIS and assist City personnel. The applicant will need to meet the following requirements:

      • 18 years old or older
      • Full-time student enrolled in an accredited college majoring in a related field
      • Completion of at least one year of related curriculum
      • Experience using Microsoft Office and ESRI GIS Software
      • Ability to pass a background screen and pre-employment drug test

      Application Deadline: Wednesday, April 25, 2018

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 03/28/2018
      Title: Civil Engineering/Transportation Planning Intern
      Company: NOACA

      This position involves learning and applying basic planning and engineering skills to assigned tasks, under close supervision in an office environment. The College Intern/Co-op is a temporary position under direct and continuous supervision. The College Intern/Co-op is responsible for learning and applying the skills needed to perform assigned tasks and assisting other staff members with assigned tasks. The College Intern/Co-op may work on transportation and/or environmental planning efforts, as assigned at the time of hire, in furtherance of the mission of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) as a metropolitan planning organization (MPO) and areawide water quality management agency. Engineering interns/Co-ops will work under direct supervision of a licensed professional engineer.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 03/28/2018
      Title: Operations Intern
      Company: Greater Cleveland Food Bank

      Responsibilities:

      • Work with Director of Warehouse Operations on putting existing Documents, Work Instructions, and Standardized Operating Procedures into standardized format
      • Assist with Warehouse Operations Management team in creating Documents, Work Instructions, and Standardized Operating Procedures for daily tasks
      • As part of continuous improvement initiative, walk through all of the steps in each Work Instruction / Document to make sure able to complete and easily understood and identify areas to be corrected
      • Spend time in each area of warehouse operations and document any areas where bottlenecks or process breakdowns are occurring
      • Assist in Repack room layout and identify ways to improve volunteer experience in Repack/Retail
      • Attend Weekly Operations Meetings, Produce and Perishable meetings, Safety meetings and Systems meetings to get a better understanding of the day-to-day operations of the food bank

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 03/28/2018
      Title: Programs Intern
      Company: Greater Cleveland Food Bank

      Responsibilities:

      • Assist with the site files compliance against audit requirements
      • Assist with inputting orders for CFK, KC, BP, School Market and SFSP Programs
      • Assist with School Market and other programs’ statistics
      • Help with monitoring and collection of daily meal count sheets and attendance sheets
      • Works on special projects as needed

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 03/27/2018
      Title: Intern - Summer, 2018
      Company: Canton City Planning Commission

      The Canton City Planning Commission (CPC) is providing a number of for-credit/for-experience internships for both graduate and undergraduate planning, landscape architecture, urban design and public administration students.

      These internships are designed to be full-time with flexible work schedules. This immersive learning opportunity provides students with individual growth, professional knowledge, and real world experience. The program is administered by the Director of Planner, supported by certified planners, registered landscape architects, and LEED accredited professionals.

      Application Deadline: Friday, April 20, 2018

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 03/22/2018
      Title: Research and Data Intern
      Company: Jumpstart

      The Research and Data intern will work closely with JumpStart’s Data Analyst and Entrepreneurial Services Program team to support data driven evaluations of its programs, especially the ESP, specifically through in-depth reviews of current data and reports. This project will provide the intern a unique opportunity to better understand database structuring, learn the SQL and R programming languages, create data visualizations, and get an introduction into grant reporting. In addition, the intern will be expected to be intellectually curious in their approach to internal and external data. This position is for a full year for 16 to 20 hours per week. 

      Responsibilities:

      • Assist with collection of outcome metrics for JumpStart programs. This will include creating and reviewing surveys in Qualtrics as well as engaging with key stakeholders to ensure consistent and complete tracking of data.
      • Assist with the evaluation of reporting metrics for JumpStart programs. This will include reviewing reports of data before they are sent to JumpStart staff and key stakeholders as well as assisting in the creation of visualizations of data using Excel, PowerBI, Tableau, and R.
      • Support JumpStart team with gathering financial and entrepreneurial data, data entry, and analysis on an ad hoc basis. 

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 03/14/2018
      Title: Development Intern - Summer, 2018
      Company: Ohio Environmental Council

      The OEC is seeking a detail-oriented volunteer intern with great communication skills to assist with fundraising efforts. Tasks may include:

      • Update and maintain Salsa CRM database
      • Maintain donor relationships by making thank you contacts, inquiries to update information, and other stewardship contacts
      • Prepare mailing and event invitation lists
      • Create mini fundraising campaigns
      • Support the generation of mailed appeals
      • Research donor prospects

      The intern will have opportunities to be part of a nonprofit organization, attending staff meetings, policy meetings, and getting to know staff.

      Application Deadline: Friday, March 30, 2018

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 03/14/2018
      Title: Events Intern - Summer, 2018
      Company: Ohio Environmental Council

      The OEC is seeking a detail-oriented volunteer intern with great communication skills to assist with our Green Gala and other fundraising efforts. Tasks may include:

      • Recruiting and picking up in-kind auction items
      • Proofing lists and publications
      • Donation tracking
      • Production of mailings

      The intern will have opportunities to be part of a nonprofit organization, attend staff meetings, policy meetings, and gain experience in event planning.

      Application Deadline: Friday, March 30, 2018

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 03/14/2018
      Title: Grant Research Intern - Summer, 2018
      Company: Ohio Environmental Council

      Responsibilities:

      • Research potential grantors and grant opportunities
      • Help develop and streamline grant prospecting processes
      • Compile and analyze grants information for internal communication
      • Assist with grants management tasks such as databasing, e-file organization, calendaring, and tracking
      • Potential grant proposal, report, and standard documentation writing and editing

      Application Deadline: Friday, March 30, 2018

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 03/08/2018
      Title: Intern - Summer, 2018
      Company: St. Clair Superior Development Corporation

      Undergraduate and graduate interns will be expected to work June 1 – August 3 for an average of 15 hours per week. Nominal stipend is negotiable. Schedule and time off is negotiable. We need urban planning students interested in hands-on, street-level experience in community development. Responsibilities include planning project implementation, supervising youth employees and volunteers, mentoring and helping with HR tasks. Successful candidates will be excited to work with the diverse membership of our Cleveland cooperative. Experience working with youth is a plus, but is not mandatory. We invite interns to bring their passions and hard skills to share.

      Application Deadline: No application deadline but internship begins Friday, June 1, 2018

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 03/06/2018
      Title: Commercial Kitchen Startup Internship
      Company: Coit Road Farmers Market

      The Coit Road Farmers Market has a non-paid internship opportunity to help with a commercial launch kitchen startup. We are just finishing construction of a commercial kitchen that we plan to use for food service and contracting to small food businesses. There are a number of tasks and processes that need to be defined and implemented for successful operation by June 2018. Below is a list of activities:  

      • Rules of kitchen operation and maintenance;
      • Rental rates and agreement for different types of users including market vendors, non-profits, community and small business users;
      • Renter liability release;
      • Projected budget for revenue and expenses;
      • Define process and tools for maintenance, scheduling and security access;
      • Promotion plan for launch

      Application Deadline: N/A


      Posting Date: 03/01/2018
      Title: Development Intern - Summer, 2018
      Company: Western Reserve Land Conservancy

      Position Summary:

      The Development Intern will assist the Development Team in the following areas:

      • Create content for Land Conservancy publications and social medial platforms, including research, writing and taking of photos and videos, and cleaning and organizing of Land Conservancy archived photos
      • Organize and implement a mini-grant program
      • Assist with writing grant funding requests
      • Assist in the planning and implementation of cultivation, gratitude, outreach and volunteer events
      • Track government spending for various programs, including Clean Ohio funding
      • Assist as needed with mailings, donor database entry and prospect research
      • Other duties as assigned

      Application Deadline: Friday, March 30, 2018 at 5:00pm

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Date: 03/01/2018
      Title: Geographic Information Services (GIS) Intern - Summer, 2018
      Company: Western Reserve Land Conservancy

      The GIS Intern will be responsible for interpreting and digitizing a large amount of data related to the Land Conservancy's Land Cover Database, including developed areas, natural habitats, and agricultural lands. The GIS Intern will also complete a geodatabase of special reserved areas or zones that have been identified on the Land Conservancy’s protected properties like building areas, habitat management areas, and stream buffer zones. The project may also include using a program called Step-L to calculate how each protected property helps maintain water quality in the region by avoiding excess nutrient and sediment deposition into waterways. This project is important to the Land Conservancy’s Conservation Team because the data can be used to summarize the positive impact of our conservation work.

      Application Deadline: Friday, March 30, 2018 at 5:00pm

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 03/01/2018
      Title: Land Conservation/Stewardship Intern - Summer, 2018
      Company: Western Reserve Land Conservancy

      Position Summary:

      The Land Conservation/Stewardship Intern will work with members of the Conservation Team on a variety of projects, including:

      • Assembling and placing boundary markers and signs on various Land Conservancy properties
      • Providing support to the Sporting Circle program, such as building duck blinds
      • Providing support to the Land Conservancy’s youth fishing event
      • Assisting installation of posts, cables and locks to secure properties
      • Working with our Development Team on options to secure funding for recycling bins
      • Assisting other projects as requested

      Application Deadline: Friday, March 30, 2018 at 5:00pm

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 02/16/2018
      Title: Planning/GIS Intern
      Company: City of Centerville

      The Planning/GIS Intern will be involved in planning, development, and engineering projects throughout the summer months. Primary duties will include creating and manipulating GIS layers for a partner government agency and processing zoning applications for fences, sheds, minor site plans, etc. The Intern will also assist in deploying and managing the City’s traffic counting program. Other internship duties may include presentation graphics, writing reports, and participating in land use planning activities. The position requires basic-to-intermediate knowledge of GIS Software. Strong written and oral communication skills, and a commitment to the values and expectations of public service, are also required.

      The GIS intern will work a flexible schedule (up to 32 hours/week) for 13 weeks. Students working on a bachelor’s or post-graduate degree in GIS, planning, or a related field are eligible to apply for consideration and should do so as soon as possible. The pay rate for this position is $12.00 per hour. For non-local candidates, summer housing is available nearby at the University of Dayton and Wright State University. The position does not include a housing stipend.

      Application Deadline: Tuesday, February 20, 2018

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 02/02/2018
      Title: Cuyahoga Valley National Park Internships
      Company: Cuyahoga Valley National Park

      There are a variety of internships available in Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Internships are a great way to gain practical experience; apply classroom learning; explore career options related to outdoor education, park management, recreation, natural and cultural resource management, and non-profit management; gain professional skills and self-confidence; and establish connections and build a network of professional contacts.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 01/22/2018
      Title: Public Relations Coordinator
      Company: The Glory Foundation

      Public relations coordinators, sometimes referred to as public relations specialists, use print, broadcast and online media to promote their organizations to the public. They also gather and analyze intelligence about public opinion to help shape their organizations' policies. Some public relations coordinators may specialize in investor, government or community relations. A bachelor's degree is a standard requirement for a career as a public relations coordinator, typically with a concentration in English, communications, journalism, business or public relations".

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 01/22/2018
      Title: Grant Researcher/ Writer
      Company: The Glory Foundation

      The grant research writer is responsible for developing and implementing communications and strategies to ensure the valid identification, qualification, and solicitation of private and public-sector grant makers.

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 01/22/2018
      Title: Fundrasing Specialist
      Company: The Glory Foundation

      Fundraising specialist concentrates on grant applications and cultivates a donor base for charitable gifts. Their expertise often lies in networking with potential donors, as well as seeking out new sources of funds. Such work also entails promoting their organization's work or cause through literature, advertisements, and soirees.

      For more details about this position, click here


      Posting Date: 01/22/2018
      Title: Policy and Procedure Writer
      Company: The Glory Foundation

      "Policy writers compose, maintain and clarify the policies and procedures of the company, organization or corporation for which they work. Often assigned with the task of writing a policy manual, as well as the procedures by which to introduce such changes to the manual, policy writers act as liaisons between employees and employers vis-à-vis corporate or company guidelines. Also, policy writers introduce these company policies internally and externally. Beyond introducing new rules and programs, policy writers often ensure the implementation of new and revised policies and guidelines".

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 01/04/2018
      Title: Public Policy Fellowship
      Company: Cuyahoga County

      The Public Policy Fellowship Program was established by the Cuyahoga County Executive in 2011 to cultivate the next generation of public sector leaders in Northeast Ohio. Through the Program, which operates during the summer, entrepreneurial and highly motivated undergraduate and graduate level students gain a broad overview of county government through practical experience in a variety of policy areas.

      Application Deadline: Friday, March 02, 2018

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 01/03/2018
      Title: Fellowship
      Company: Cleveland Foundation

      The Cleveland Foundation, the world’s first community foundation, launched the Cleveland Foundation Public Service Fellowship program in spring 2016 to offer emerging young leaders from across the country the skills and networks needed to create the community they envision and jumpstart a career in public service.

      Application Deadline: Tuesday, February 20, 2018

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 01/03/2018
      Title: Graduate Management Assistant
      Company: City of Fort Collins

      The City of Fort Collins, CO is accepting applications for the position of Graduate Management Assistant. This position provides future municipal leaders an opportunity to catapult their careers and learn from seasoned professionals in a community consistently rated as one of the best places to live in the country. Come find out the “secret sauce” of Fort Collins in a position that is equal parts work and fun. The Management Assistant will have the opportunity to learn about the inner-workings of a full-service city, make a difference in day-to-day projects, engage regularly with city leaders, and contribute to the organization at the executive leadership level.

      Application Deadline: Friday, February 2, 2018 at 5:00pm Mountain Time

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 01/03/2018
      Title: Program Intern
      Duration: February 2018-February 2019
      Company: Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District

      The Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District is political subdivision of the State of Ohio with a mission to advocate and implement best management practices for conservation of land and aquatic resources in a developed environment through education, stewardship and technical assistance. Cuyahoga SWCD is located in Cleveland, OH. The successful candidate for this internship will assist the staff with implementation of its Public Involvement/Public Education and Stormwater Pollution Education Programs. This individual will learn how to work collaboratively in a small and effective office and will develop skills that will be useful in securing employment in the environmental field. The intern will have professional feedback from senior staff, who will work as mentors with the candidate. The best candidate should want to work in a fast-paced environment and must be available for evening and weekend work. The candidate will be a highly-motivated, self-starter who is willing to network with community leaders and volunteers to build strong programs.

      Application Deadline: Friday, January 19, 2018

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 12/19/2017 (Repost)
      Position: Management Intern
      Company: City of Phoenix Management Intern Program

      The City of Phoenix looking for a diverse group of applicants for their 2018-19 Management Intern positions. Information about the program is available at phoenix.gov/interns.

      As one of the oldest, most respected municipal internships in the U.S., the City of Phoenix Management Intern Program is designed to attract, develop and retain innovative people in local government. Established in 1950, the City of Phoenix offers a one-year internship to individuals who have earned or completed coursework for a master's degree in public administration, business administration, or related field. The 69th class of the City of Phoenix Management Intern program will begin on June 25, 2018.

      The 2018-19 Management Intern salary is $44,678 plus a comprehensive benefit package including a moving allowance for candidates residing outside metro Phoenix. Historically, two to three candidates have been selected annually.

      Application Deadline: Monday, January 22, 2018

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 12/06/2017
      Title: Summer Intern
      Duration: Summer 2018
      Company: Cleveland Foundation

      Now in its nineteenth year, the Cleveland Foundation Summer Internship program connects undergraduate students with meaningful, career-related experiences in the nonprofit and public sector. Interns are placed in public or nonprofit organizations across Greater Cleveland for an 11-week paid internship over the summer.

      Application Deadline: Thursday, Fbruary 15, 2018

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 11/28/2017
      Title: Public Interest Intern
      Duration: Summer 2018
      Company: 1000 Friends of Oregon

      1000 Friends of Oregon is a forty-two year old public interest organization that advocates smart growth through comprehensive land use and transportation planning, using Oregon’s renowned planning program. We work with citizens across Oregon to enhance the state’s quality of life by building livable urban and rural communities and protecting family farms and forests.

      Application Deadline: Thursday, Fbruary 15, 2018

      For more details about this position, click here.

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      Posting Date: 09/13/2017
      Title: Adolescent Reproductive Health Intern
      Duration: Fall 2017
      Company: The Center for Community Solutions

      This position provides a unique opportunity to support a local revamp of what was previously known as The Ohio Youth Leadership Council. The Youth Leadership Council is a regional group of diverse high school-aged young people working to influence policies and programs

      that support sexual and reproductive health. In collaboration with the Cuyahoga County Board of Health’s 216Teens Program, this group promotes evidence-based comprehensive sexuality education; sexual and reproductive rights; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer

      equality; and other youth-related sexual and reproductive health policies in Ohio schools, campuses, and communities through outreach, organizing and advocacy efforts.

      Responsibilities:

      • Works directly with Coordinator of the Collaborative to organize, facilitate, and analyze community conversations with young people in Cuyahoga County
      • Manages comprehensive sexual health education survey
      • Assists in the recruiting, coordinating, and supporting of five-member Ohio Youth Leadership Council
      • Provides technical assistance, training, and resources to the Youth Leadership Council in the conduct of their advocacy plans, including strategic planning, legislative strategy, event planning, conducting action events, and online campaigns
      • Works in coalition with other organizations interested in local and state sex education policy to streamline and coordinate efforts
      • Understands health policy arena and works with community stakeholders to shape adolescent health policy on the local, state, and federal levels
      • Participates in other Health Team activities, as assigned

      Application Deadline: Friday, October 06, 2017

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 07/31/2017
      Title: Education and Natural Resources Program Intern
      Duration: Fall 2017
      Company/Organization: Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District

      The Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) is a political subdivision of the State of Ohio with a mission to advocate and implement best management practices for conservation of land and aquatic resources in a developed environment through education, stewardship and technical assistance.

      Responsibilities:

      • Assist with implementation of local community education outreach, and erosion, sediment and stormwater programs for residential, commercial, and industrial development/redevelopment sites within Cuyahoga County
      • Assist with educational material creation
      • Assist in compiling written reports related to field reviews/site visits for annual reporting
      • Update databases and files as requested
      • Track all work in the appropriate databases and files for reporting needs
      • Assist staff with administrative stormwater tasks including report production, file maintenance, GIS mapping, Quality Assurance and Quality Control checks of existing database information
      • Other office duties and outdoor event duties as assigned

      Application Deadline: Tuesday, August 15, 2017
      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 07/19/2017
      Title: Intern
      Duration: Fall 2017
      Company/Organization: Health-Tech Corridor ("HTC")

      The HTC Intern will assist with the coordination and implementation of the business development and marketing strategy of the Cleveland Health‐Tech Corridor. The HTC strategy targets businesses, entrepreneurs, real estate brokers, developers, and anchor institutions and develops effective marketing tools with which to engage each.

      Primary Duties:

      • Develop content for the HTC Website, social media channels, and marketing campaigns
      • Manage HTC real estate database
      • Assist with lead generation and proactive sales activities
      • Plan and coordinate HTC Events and Tours

      Application Deadline: Fiday, August 11, 2017

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 07/10/2017
      Internship began August 2017
      Title: Research Analyst Intern
      Duration: 1 year starting in August 2017, but could be extended
      Company/Organization: JLL

      The Research Analyst Intern will contribute to best in class research that differentiates JLL while building and maintaining a competitive advantage in the marketplace through market expertise, analysis, and insight. The analyst will have primary responsibility for tracking and analyzing all aspects of the local commercial real estate market and leveraging that knowledge proactively for research products, client projects, and business development efforts.

      Responsibilities:

      • Contribute to the quarterly market statistics process, including collection, verification and final analysis
      • Create, write, analyze and edit quarterly reports for the local commercial real estate market
      • Contribute effectively to all national or regional research reports with specified local market content
      • Respond to all internal and external clients requests for data and information
      • Track, maintain, and disseminate detailed data for critical indicators including lease and sales comparables, development pipelines, and active tenants in the market
      • Analyze and report on the local and regional economy with respect to employment statistics, major company activity, industry trends, and demographics that affect the local real estate market
      • Contribute to special research reports and white papers on unique market or industry trends
      • Attend all relevant sales or business team meetings and actively contribute local or national research insights

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 06/20/2017
      Title: Neighborhood Development Intern
      Duration: Fall 2017
      Company/Organization: Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation

      Responsibilities:
      1. Assist in planning process as it relates to housing intervention
      2. Aid in compiling and editing the 2017 Housing Report
      3. Identify and assess demographic changes in the population
      4. Create housing modernization program communication materials for residents
      5. Evaluate the progress of the Senior Housing program
      6. Perform all other duties as assigned

      Application deadline: Friday, August 25, 2017

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 06/08/2017
      Job has expired
      Title: Information Technology Intern
      Duration: Fall 2017 approx 12-16 weeks
      Company/Organization: Greater Cleveland Food Bank

      Internship Project: Support operations, programs and activities for the Greater Cleveland Food Bank IT Department.

      Application deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 06/08/2017
      Title: Development Intern
      Duration: Fall 2017 approx 12-16 weeks
      Company/Organization: Greater Cleveland Food Bank

      Internship Project: Support programs and activities which raise funds for the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.

      Application deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 5/16/2017
      Title: Sustainability B-STEM Intern
      Company/Organization: Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

      The intern will assist with various projects throughout the assignment, including, but not limited to:

      1. Project Title: Workplace Recycling Improvement Project Description: Work collaboratively to create educational programing and infrastructure to improve workplace recycling at the District. Assist in analyzing recycling compliance at multiple facilities, Assist in creating signage, infrastructure, educational materials and workshops to improve recycling, Assist in the development recycling baseline metrics and goals

      2. Project Title: Greening Employee Transportation Project Description: Assist in programming, activities and data collection around greening employee travel, Assist in the completion of Bicycle Friendly Business programming and application submittal, Promote and track participation in RTA Ready to Rid Program, Assist in the development of NEORSD portal on the Gohio Transportation Demand platform

      3. Project Title: Energy Data Management Project Description: Collect and enter data into the energy data management software system, Electricity Data Entry, Fleet Fuel Entry, Water Utility Data Entry

      4. Project Title: Landscape Maintenance Research Project Description: Research best practices in integrated pest management and sustainable landscape maintenance, Research policies and specifications related to landscape maintenance, Assist in drafting policies and specifications

      5. Other duties as assigned

      Application deadline: Wednesday, May 31, 2017

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 4/3/2017
      Title: Planning Intern
      Company/Organization: The City of Wooster

      The City of Wooster is seeking an intern that is currently studying in a City Planning, GIS or related program. The intern will work on projects to document current conditions in the city such as existing land use, signage and other related information. The position will require the individual to travel throughout the City of Wooster to document conditions, enter and manipulate the data in our GIS and assist City Zoning Enforcement personnel.

      Application deadline: Wednesday, April 12, 2017

      For more details abot this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 3/22/2017
      Title: Intern
      Company/Organization: City of Worthington, Ohio

      The City of Worthington is seeking one to two public administration/public policy graduate students for a summer internship for up to 40 hours per week. Individuals who have just completed a Master’s Degree are also eligible to be considered. Interns will work directly with the City Manager’s Office and administration with a focus on public policy and program development and public communication. This is a great opportunity for individuals interested in a career in city management to gain exposure to the profession in an environment with a history of strong, professional management

      Application deadline: Monday, April 3, 2017 at 12:00pm

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 3/15/2017
      Title: Legislative Intern
      Company/Organization: Ohio Legislative Service Commission Fellowship Program

      The Ohio General Assembly, through the Ohio Legislative Service Commission (LSC), has sponsored a legislative fellowship program for over 50 years, now with over 900 alumni. This unique program provides participants of all ages, backgrounds, and experiences with an introduction to state government and promotes careers in public service. Traditionally, 20 fellows are assigned to work with members of the Ohio General Assembly, two with Ohio Government Telecommunications (OGT)/The Ohio Channel, and one or two with the LSC research or fiscal staff. The program objectives are to:

      • Encourage outstanding college graduates to pursue careers in public service
      • Provide practical experience in the legislative process and legislative research
      • Develop a group of trained personnel from which persons may be recruited for permanent staff positions
      • Provide staff assistance to Ohio’s elected officials.

      Application Deadline: Saturday, April 1, 2017

      For more details about this position, click here: 2018 Legislative Fellowship Program | Flyer | 2018 Legislative Application


      Posting Date: 3/15/2017
      Title: Telecommunications Intern
      Company/Organization: Ohio Legislative Service Commission Fellowship Program

      The Ohio General Assembly, through the Ohio Legislative Service Commission (LSC), has sponsored a legislative fellowship program for over 50 years, now with over 900 alumni. This unique program provides participants of all ages, backgrounds, and experiences with an introduction to state government and promotes careers in public service. Traditionally, 20 fellows are assigned to work with members of the Ohio General Assembly, two with Ohio Government Telecommunications (OGT)/The Ohio Channel, and one or two with the LSC research or fiscal staff. The program objectives are to:

      • Encourage outstanding college graduates to pursue careers in public service
      • Provide practical experience in the legislative process and legislative research
      • Develop a group of trained personnel from which persons may be recruited for permanent staff positions
      • Provide staff assistance to Ohio’s elected officials.

      Application Deadline: Saturday, April 1, 2017

      For more details about this position, click here: 2018 Legislative Fellowship Program | Flyer | 2018 Legislative Application


      Posting Date: 2/14/2017
      Title: Communications Intern
      Company/Organization: Adoption Network Cleveland

      The Communication Intern will report to the Development Specialist with project management from the Communications Manager. He/She/They will assist the Communications Manager and Development Department in a variety of functions relating to public relations, including marketing, social media, media relations, writing, and editing.

      Application Deadline: Friday, February 24, 2017

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 2/14/2017
      Title: Special Events Intern
      Company/Organization: Adoption Network Cleveland

      The Special Events Intern will report to the Development Specialist. He/She/They will work directly with the Development Specialist, development team, and Special Events Committee in planning, supporting and executing the fundraising and special event activities of Adoption Network Cleveland from May to August.

      Application Deadline: Friday, February 24, 2017

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Date: 2/14/2017
      Title: Recreational Aquatics Intern
      Company/Organization: Lorain County Metro Parks

      This Recreational Aquatics position will assist with planning and facilitating a variety of on-water recreational programs, camps and events held at various on and off-site locations throughout the spring, summer and fall season. Applicants will also perform various administrative tasks, as well as equipment repair and maintenance. Sailing, power boating, personal watercraft, and paddling experience are highly preferred. Applicants required to possess the Ohio Boaters Education Course certification, or be available to complete course before the beginning of season. CPR/First Aid and Lifeguard certifications are highly recommended, but not required. Weekend and evening hours may be required.

      Application Deadline: Friday, February 24, 2017

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Date: 12/23/2016
      Title: Management Intern
      Company/Organization: City of Olathe

      Under the direction of the Assistant City Manager, the Management Intern performs developmental-level professional work for the City Manager's Office and participates in and leads a variety of projects contributing to the continued success of various organization-wide initiatives. Duties and responsibilities are designed to further prepare the incumbent for a successful career in local government.

      Application Deadline: Monday, January 30, 2017

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Date: 12/20/16
      Title: Public Policy & Economics Fellow
      Company/Organization: Cuyahoga County

      Candidates must be enrolled in school or must have graduated within 24 months from the date of application. If enrolled in school, qualified candidates should be in a Bachelor (Junior/Senior) or Master/Doctoral Degree program. Candidates must be able to work 40 hours per week, Monday – Friday during normal business hours. You must be able to commit up to a 12 month assignment with an option to extend the assignment at the discretion of Cuyahoga County. This internship program provides for a time-limited role at Cuyahoga County no express or implied guarantee of future employment beyond the assignment period. This position is governed by all applicable administrative policies, practices and procedures related to temporary employees.

      For more details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 11/30/16
      Title: Argonne National Laboratory Workforce Development Intern
      Company/Organization: Earth Day Coalition

      Earth Day Coalition’s Clean Transportation program has a paid internship available for the spring semester. As the local Clean Cities Coalition, we work with organizations to adopt alternative fuel technology within their fleets. The main focus of this position will be the coordination of the monthly workshop series, Fuel for Thought, which presents alternative fuel technologies to fleet directors. The intern will be the main point of contact for the speakers, solicit attendees, market the series, and conduct follow up to both speakers and attendees. Additionally, the intern will assist with building the Clean Transportation exhibit area at EarthFest the weekend of April 21 and coordinate an electric vehicle ride-in-drive event.

       

      For more details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 11/8/16
      Title: Summer Intern
      Company/Organization: Cleveland Foundation

      The Cleveland Foundation Summer Internship program connects undergraduate students with meaningful, career-related experiences in the nonprofit and public sector. Interns are placed in public or nonprofit organizations across Greater Cleveland for an 11 week paid internship over the summer.

      This program adds value to agencies by recruiting talented applicants and providing funding to pay interns who conduct and complete important projects within the community. In an effort to match the particular needs of an organization with the unique backgrounds and experiences of interns from all majors, projects are designed to showcase the depth, breadth and diversity of Cleveland’s nonprofit sector.

       

      For more details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 11/3/16
      Title: AFB Program Manager
      Company/Organization: All Faiths Pantry

      An enthusiastic Intern Program Manager to reorganize and coordinate premier program, wherein volunteers deliver groceries to low income seniors. You will provide strategic guidance to executive leadership and the Board of Directors in ways that promote the company’s culture. You will also oversee the progress of operations.The ideal candidate will be an excellent leader and will have experience in assisting a wide range of individuals, including executive staff, volunteers, and clients, to produce results in a timely manner. They will also be able to develop efficient strategies and tactics pertaining to the organization’s operations, programs and services, as well as board governance.

      The goal is to ensure that all programs deliver the desirable outcome to our organization.

       

      For details about this internship, click here.  


      Date: 11/3/16
      Title: Special Events Intern 
      Company/Organization: Adoption Network Cleveland

      The Special Events Intern will report to the Development Specialist. He/She/They will work directly with the Development Specialist, development team, and Special Events Committee in planning, supporting and executing the fundraising and special event activities of Adoption Network Cleveland from January – early May.

      For details about this internship, click here. 


      Date: 10/19/16
      Title: The Teen Center on St. Clair Coordinator 
      Company/Organization: St. Clair Superior Development Corporation

      All intern efforts will be in support the teens’ own organizing ventures. The Teen Center meets once a week, after school to plan activities, tend their community garden, cook a healthy snack, host other youth groups and community agencies, and provide a safe and engaging space for all teens in St. Clair Superior and beyond. Because of the nature of this youth-adult partnership there is a number of responsibilities that MyCom coordinators must take up to support the youth organizing efforts when the young people are in school. While the youth leaders steer the ship of the Teen Center, the adult support play huge roles to help with navigation and coordination to make these youth visions a reality.

      For details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 10/19/16
      Title: MyCom Core Committee Coordinator 
      Company/Organization: St. Clair Superior Development Corporation

      College interns will drive communication with the Core Committee and the community. Projects include facilitating community planning discussions, note taking and drafting community plans. Interns will learn about the structure of a large non-profit partnership such as MyCom and what roles that a community development corporation can play in community planning. This will be a great networking opportunity in the education and youth development field of Cleveland. This project affords the coordinator(s) with a hands on community planning experience.

      For details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 10/06/16
      Title: Program Assistant 
      Company/Organization: Earth Day Coalition

      Earth Day Coalition, a local non-profit located in Ohio City, is looking for a part-time, voluntary intern to plan and lead environmental science lessons in surrounding high schools. This internship will serve as a great way to gain experience with educating others and non-profit work in a flexible and fun environment!

       

      For details about this internship, click here.

       


      Date: 10/06/16
      Title: Special Events Assistant 
      Company/Organization: Earth Day Coalition

      Interested in event planning, non-profit work, or both? Earth Day Coalition, a local non-profit located in Ohio City, is looking for a part-time, voluntary intern to assist with planning and executing their annual Instrumental Evening for the Earth event. The Instrumental Evening for the Earth is Earth Day Coalition’s annual fall fundraiser held at 78thStreet Studios in the Gordon Square Arts District. The event features an intimate performance from members of the world-famous Cleveland Orchestra and friends, a gourmet reception, and green live and silent auctions. The Special Events Assistant Intern will be primarily responsible for assisting the Special Events and Marketing Coordinator with volunteer coordination, auction and raffle item procurement, marketing and promotions, catering coordination, post event follow-up, and much more. This internship will serve as a great way to gain experience with event planning, marketing, and non-profit work in a flexible and fun environment!

      For details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 10/06/16
      Title: Volunteer Coordinator Intern 
      Company/Organization: Earth Day Coalition

      Interested in volunteer coordination? Earth Day Coalition, a local non-profit located in Ohio City, is looking for a part-time intern to assist with planning and executing volunteer retention and placement at our annual Instrumental Evening for the Earth event. The Instrumental Evening for the Earth is Earth Day Coalition’s annual fall fundraiser held at 78th Street Studios in the Gordon Square Arts District. The event features an intimate performance from members of the world-famous Cleveland Orchestra and friends, a gourmet reception, and green live and silent auctions. This internship will serve as a great way to gain experience with event planning, volunteer coordinating, and non-profit work in a flexible and fun environment!

       

      For details about this internship, click here.

       


      Date: 09/26/16 
      Title: Ready for 100 Campaign Intern
      Company/Organization: Sierra Club

      The Ohio Sierra Club’s Ready For 100 Campaign is seeking outgoing, dynamic, and diverse individuals to input data, conduct outreach, conduct social media and organize events in the Cleveland area to reach the goal of becoming 100% clean energy by the year 2050. The activites may include Organizing events such as movie screenings, Generating a visible presence in diverse communities with flyers, posters, etc, Petitioning and tabling at community events to identify supporters, Meeting with community leaders and other potential allies.

       

      For details about this internship, click here.
       


      Date: 09/12/16
      Title: Intern
      Company/Organization: Enterprise Community Partners

      The Enterprise Intern will assist the Ohio office in a variety of program areas, with a focus on affordable housing and community development. Specifically, the position will support the Ohio office with project coordination for emerging initiatives such as reentry housing, single-family rehab and home repair, affirmatively furthering fair housing, and health and housing. In addition, the Intern may provide support for key policy efforts as well as Ohio market programs such as Housing First and the Earned Income Tax Preparation Coalition. The Intern may be asked to coordinate with staff across Enterprise markets as well as with partners in the field. Finally, the Intern may be asked to provide basic administrative and logistic support.

      For details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 08/31/16
      Title: Intern
      Company/Organization: Senator Sherrod Brown's Cleveland Office

      As an intern for the office your students would have the opportunity gain real world experience in the official office of a United States Senator. Interns assist in a variety of tasks that range from answering phones and opening mail to assisting staff with constituent casework, scheduling, grant research, outreach events and special projects. Interns have the opportunity to learn firsthand the office’s functions and its importance in the overall effectiveness of a member of the U.S. Senate.

      For details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 08/31/16
      Title: Goverment Relations Intern
      Company/Organization:LNE GROUP

      This is a temporary position for a student eager to experience a grass-roots, political campaign. The intern will participate in campaign related activities included door-to-door advocacy, attendance at local events, and election day campaigning. The internship will provide great opportunities to gain practical political advocacy experience. Work will be required, based on intern availability, Monday-Friday between the hours of 5:30-8:30 PM, and Saturday and Sunday between the hours of 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM.
      Intern must provide their own transportation for campaign efforts in Solon, Ohio.

      For details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 08/25/16
      Title: Intern
      Company/Organization: Cleveland Council on World Affairs

      Since 1923, the Cleveland Council on World Affairs(CCWA) has served as the resource for increasing understanding of international affairs and engaging globally minded citizens in Northeast Ohio.

      For details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 08/23/16
      Title: Intern
      Company/Organization: The Veale Foundation

      The Veale Foundation is committed to providing our intern with a valuable learning experience. You will become experienced in online communications and grants management. You will gain exposure to program development, how to work through networks and partnerships to achieve program goals, and interact with community leaders.

      For details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 08/22/16
      Title: Intern
      Company/Organization: Greater Cleveland Food Bank

      RESPONSIBILITIES:

       

      Assist with the coordination of donor solicitation strategies

      • Conduct research and analysis of potential donors and draft research profiles.

      • Assist Development staff in securing auction items/raffle items for GCFB events

      • Prepare donor packets for, and follow up on, donor visits with Development staff.

       

      Support the Development staff

      • Assist with special projects and donor visit preparation.

      • Assist with development mailings and filing.

      • Assist in planning donor events and other activities.

      • Assist in writing donor letters.

       

      Assist with the coordination of communications strategies

      • Contribute to writing donor acknowledgment letters, print communications, and donor cultivation pieces.

      • Assist with creating development department reports and written materials including online content and email updates.

      For details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 08/18/16
      Title: Intern
      Company/Organization: Drink Local Drink Tap

      World headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Drink Local. Drink Tap., Inc.TM is a not­for­ profit organization working locally and globally to inspire individuals to recognize and solve our water issues through creative education, events, and providing safe water access to people in need. We work locally in Cleveland, Ohio to educate people about how they can better protect our water resources. Globally, we create and mplement sustainable water projects in Uganda to provide clean drinking water in vulnerable communities.

      For details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 08/12/16
      Title: Intern
      Company/Organization: The Housing Center

      Housing Research & Advocacy Center’s (The Housing Center) mission is to promote fair housing and diverse communities, and work to eliminate housing discrimination in Northeast Ohio, by providing effective research, education, and advocacy.

      Responsible for assisting with fair housing investigation, enforcement, and advocacy activities. Reports directly to the Associate Director.

      For details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 08/10/16
      Title: Intern
      Company/Organization: The Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Department

      The selected student/s will work with Philip Angelo, the Special Assistant to Cuyahoga County Sheriff Clifford Pinkney. The student will perform a variety of tasks, including, but not limited to: implementation of partnership between CCSD and MetroHealth Hospital in overseeing operations of CCCC medical facility; County takeover of City of Cleveland’s prisoners (Cleveland Prisoner Project); acquisition of Cleveland’s and Bedford Heights’ jails; attending County/City Council hearings; creation of County Prosecutor’s vision for a central booking process and Early Disposition Court (EDC); increased use of electronic monitoring using GPS technology; representing CCSD on US Attorney’s Opiate Task Force, US Attorney’s Stand Together Against Neighborhood Crime Everyday (STANCE), and the Human Trafficking Task Force; planning and preparation for large scale events (past events included the Republican National Convention and Gay Games 9); researching and updating policies for departmental functions, assisting with investigations, assisting with the development and implementation of training programs, and identifying best practices for correctional facilities.

      For details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 08/10/16
      Title: Intern
      Company/Organization: Medina County Auditor's Office

      Medina County auditor’s office is looking for self-motivated, detail orientated, Graduate Level student for a paid internship.  Duties are negotiable, but prefer to have a student conduct a research project regarding a county/local government issue.  Possible topics include efficiency of tax abatement programs, comparison of staffing/payroll among & between county offices, efficiency/efficacy of different real estate developments from a tax status.  Intern will also have the ability to work closely with auditor/chief deputy auditor on functions of Medina County auditor’s office.  Auditor is an Akron University MPA graduate.

      For details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 07/28/16
      Title: Intern
      Company/Organization: Cuyahoga County Division of Senior and Adult Services
       

      Attending various coalition meetings, briefings, meetings, and conferences as a representative of DSAS. Drafting and updating fact sheets, correspondence to County Council and the DSAS Administrator, Advisory Board and CCSSN, position papers, legislative updates and alerts, briefing materials, and articles for policy publications;


      For details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 07/26/16
      Title: Intern
      Company/Organization: Cogswell Hall

      The Intern will work directly with Cogswell Hall’s Marketing and Development department in promoting and advancing our 2016 and 2017 strategic plans. The intern will be responsible for coordinating our volunteer force, providing strategic insight to our current marketing efforts, entering and analyzing donor and volunteer data, creating marketing materials, and contributing to our blog.

      For details about this internship, click here.


      Date:07/25/16
      Title: Intern
      Company/Organization: University Hospitals Health System

      We have posted a Sustainability Internship position at UH!  This paid, part-time position would be ideal for a current undergraduate student of Senior-level status who can contribute between 10-20 hours/week to the internal sustainability engagement efforts happening at UH.  We are eager to hire a candidate who has a demonstrated commitment to the natural environment, is a strong communicator and wants to work on social engagement programs that seek to create behavior change.  The position would last through May of 2017.

      For details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 7/15/16
      Title: Intern
      Company/Organization: Cleveland Housing Network, Inc.

      Intern will work with Project Managers to manage all facets of multifamily development from project conception to the successful transfer of the project to operations. This includes site identification and acquisition, applying for and securing project funding, assembling a successful development team, closing construction and permanent financing sources, and administering the project through the construction period. The Intern will assist Project Managers in managing the project budget, timeline, and compliance with funding requirements.

      For details about this internship, click here.


      Date: 7/13/16
      Title: Intern
      Company/Organization: Fair Housing Resource Center

      FHRC seeks a motivated student or recent graduate to participate in the non-profit advocacy organization with a large research project for the Board of Lake County Commissioners. This project requires identification and research into the county to determine their efforts in addressing the following:

      • Addressing significant disparities in access to community assets (schools, jobs, transit, etc.)
      • Overcoming segregated living patterns;
      • Promoting integrated communities;
      • Ending racially and ethnically concentrated areas of poverty;
      • Fostering and maintain compliance with civil rights and fair housing laws.

      The intern will work directly with the Executive Director/attorney with the research, coordinating the community participation process, and evaluating input through surveys, focus groups, roundtables, etc. This internship is an opportunity for a student to learn more about daily advocacy work conducted in a non-profit environment. The intern will also have exposure to all areas of the organization such as client management, education and outreach, investigative techniques, marketing, and governmental reporting.  

      For details about this internship, click here.


       

      Posting Date: 1/21/22
      Position: Advancement Intern, Equity Initiatives
      Company / Organization: Cleveland Foundation

      Responsibilities and Expected Outcomes:

      Responsibilities and Expected Outcomes:

      • Conduct research and data analysis on black philanthropy and other equity initiatives in the U.S. and present pertinent information to the Senior Director of Advancement Equity Initiatives.
      • Compile research information and data to create customized PowerPoint presentations in support of equity initiatives in alignment with the foundation’s strategic priorities.
      • Assist with donor outreach; design and prepare donor communication material packages.
      • Assist with Friends of the African American of the Philanthropy engagement activities.
      • Assist with the creation and implementation of an e-newsletter focusing on the foundation’s equity work and black  philanthropy. Generate content.
      • Maintain donor and grant databases and files.
      • Provide support to the Special Events Manager with Equity Initiative events as needed and attend convenings related to ongoing initiatives:
        • African American Philanthropy Summit
        • African American Philanthropy Committee meetings
        • Friends of the African American Philanthropy Committee meetings

      Anticipated learning objective to be accomplished through the internship experience include increased understanding of: 

      • Impact of black philanthropy and other equity initiatives in the U.S..
      • Development and fundraising work in the nonprofit industry.
      • Integrating/analyzing equity work in a nonprofit environment.
      • Collaborative, cross team project management.
      • External leadership through the perspective of a community foundation. 

      Application Deadline: January 31, 2022.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 1/21/22
      Position: Advancement Intern, Equity Initiatives
      Company / Organization: Cleveland Foundation

      The Equity Initiatives Intern will report to the Senior Director of Advancement Equity Initiatives to assist with various activities related the development of equity initiatives across the Advancement team and the foundation, including material development, event planning, project management, research, outreach and database management. The position will work as a part of an internal, cross functional team to meet advancement and equity initiatives development objectives.

      The intern role is designed to expose and challenge junior or senior level students pursuing a degree in African American studies, urban studies, urban development, advocacy, non-profit management or a related field to all facets of advancement work with a focus on equity initiatives development. The incumbent will work approximately 20-25 hours per week with increased availability during school breaks, provided there is additional work available. 

      Application Deadline: January 31, 2022

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 12/11/21 
      Position: Public Policy Fellows
      Company/Organization: Cuyahoga County Public Policy Fellowship Program

      Launched in 2011 by the Office of the Cuyahoga County Executive, the Cuyahoga County Public Policy Fellowship has provided an in-depth look into local government to over 70 aspiring public and nonprofit sector leaders. Through this experiential learning program, fellows are placed within County departments for a period of eight weeks during the months of June and July. Department placements provide opportunities for students to build their professional profile through work on special projects, policy development, and research. In addition to department placements, scheduled enrichment activities provide fellows with an opportunity to make professional connections with senior staff and introduce fellows to the diverse work of County government.

      Program Goals

      • Provide a practical experience in Cuyahoga County government
      • Inspire innovative, effective, and ethical public leadership for Northeast Ohio
      • Invigorate County projects by injecting fresh eyes and new perspectives

      Application Deadline: Applications must be received by January 31, 2022.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 12/10/21 
      Position: Intern
      Company / Organization: Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups

      During this 10-week program, you will intern five days per week at the U.S. Department of Transportation, with exception of some optional program opportunities throughout the summer. Your internship placement may be in the Washington, D.C. offices, or in one of several regional locations across the United States. Daily tasks will vary depending on your background, abilities and the office in which you’re working.

      Application Deadline: January 31, 2022

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 11/19/21 
      Position: Marketing Intern
      Company / Organization: Down Syndrome Association of Northeast Ohio

      The Down Syndrome Association of Northeast Ohio is seeking a qualified intern to work within and contribute to our Development team for our two major fundraising events, The Sunburst Gala and The Northeast Ohio Buddy Walk. College students with an emphasis in their studies in Communications, Marketing, Hospitality Management, or Nonprofit Administration are encouraged to apply.

      Responsibilities will be focused on assisting the Development Coordinator in all logistics of event planning and coordination including but not limited to:
      • Researching best practices for fundraising events and campaigns
      • Drafting social media posts and maintaining the social media calendar
      • Creating event marketing materials
      • Communicating with current and prospective donors, sponsors and volunteers
      • Attend monthly committee planning meetings (evenings)
      • Various event preparation assignments
      • Perform general administrative tasks such as organizing inventory and supplies; updating documents, data entry, special projects and all other duties as assigned

      Application Deadline: N/A, however internship begins in January 2022.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 10/31/21 
      Position: Academic Internship – Campus GIS Technician
      Company / Organization: Facilities Management – Cleveland State University

      Job Responsibilities: 

      Under direction of the Grounds Crew Superintendent and Staff:

      • Perform data entry, maintenance and accuracy of the production of GIS data related to the Cleveland State Campus
      •  Produce maps, diagrams, inventory catalogs, and reports documenting GIS data
      • Research and apply new developments in GIS technology and assist in GIS application development tasks.
      • Provide assistance with field surveying and data collection.
      • Assist campus data managers with additional aspects of project management and data development.

      Specific examples of assigned work may include:

      • Conducting data entry and creating, updating, or expanding campus GIS datasets. Produce maps, diagrams, inventory catalogs, and reports documenting GIS data
      • Preparing data layers and geodatabases for use with standardized symbology and data model templates.
      • Adding data layers to web applications, including the public Campus Tree Map
      • Updating our Campus Tree Map
      • Developing a campus wide irrigation Map

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position. 


      Posting Date: 10/31/21 
      Position: NewsDepth Production Intern
      Company / Organization:  Ideastream Public Media

      Are you a creative looking to be mentored by award-winning media producers? Hoping to spend your college semester working an internship that will teach you new video or writing skills and never require you to fetch someone’s coffee?

      NewsDepth is looking for a spring semester intern to assist in local content creation geared towards students in 4th to 6th grade. The intern will assist in content production for our broadcast and digital platforms. Typical duties include but are not limited to research, scriptwriting, camera work, and video editing.

      NewsDepth, a weekly interactive television program produced by WVIZ/PBS Ideastream Public Media, breaks down the biggest news stories into teachable lessons for 4th to 6th-grade students. The show provides cross-curricular and real-world learning opportunities to spark discussions in classrooms across Ohio.

      If you’re a current Journalism or Media Production major and want to apply for this opportunity to work with the NewsDepth team, please visit ideastream.org/about/careers. You will be asked to include a letter of interest, resume, and, if applicable, examples of your work (this can be a video from your reporting class, a project you made with friends, anything that you think shows off your production skills).

      Qualified applicants will desire to learn new skills, give everything their best shot, and enjoy working as a team to create content they can be proud to share. Strong verbal and written communication skills are also a must. Demonstrated experience in capturing, editing, and posting multimedia content is a plus. The Ideastream Public Media shop works with the Adobe Creative Suite, but if you have experience with other similar software (i.e., Avid Media Composer, Final Cut Pro), please include it in your letter of interest or resume.

      This is a paid internship that will be scheduled for approximately 16 hours per week for twelve weeks. College credit is also available. This is a hybrid position interning both remote and in the office with the potential for some fieldwork.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 10/26/21 
      Position: Public Relation/Marketing Intern
      Company / Organization: CleveLawn

      In this position, the intern’s main responsibilities will be to work with the executive team to organize, maintain, and plan for our social media platforms to grow our community presence. The candidate will also be required to maintain and plan our social media influencer program. The candidate will have the opportunity to express their creative freedom and utilize coursework knowledge in a real-world application.

      Responsibilities: 

      • Support the CleveLawn Executive team as needed
      • Organize and plan Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube posts for our influencer program
      • Conduct interviews with CleveLawn staff and community partners
      • Follow work crews for photos used in media posts
      • Develop social media presence 
      • Analyze engagements and grow our platforms

      Application Deadline: N/A, but internship takes place January 2022 – May 2022.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 10/26/21 
      Position: Graduate Summer Internships 
      Company / Organization: Legislative Analyst's Office, The California Legislature's Nonpartisan Fiscal and Policy Advisor

      Interns apply the analytical techniques learned in their graduate programs to a practical issue facing the State of California.

      Register here to attend a virtual recruitment panel presentation on November 3, 2021 12:00 PM (Pacific Time) featuring analysts from our office.

      Application Deadline: December 17, 2021

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 10/26/21 
      Position: Marketing Internship
      Company / Organization: Cleveland Clinic Administrative Campus

      Under the direction of the marketing managers, associates or coordinators, the candidate(s) will help in the development, coordination and implementation of comprehensive marketing strategies and tactics for assigned areas within the Marketing Account Services department. This is a full-time, paid internship program that can also be used for school credit. While working closely with department representatives, participates in a structured learning experience. Performs a variety of administrative tasks and works on various projects.

      Job Responsibilities:

      • Researches, compiles, tabulates, and analyzes data and processes for a variety of administrative and departmental matters.
      • Assists department personnel in assigned administrative, planning, organizational, technical, and professional tasks.
      • Provides suggestions or recommendations with regard to department specific projects.
      • Prepares and presents reports; drafts policies and procedures; responds to requests for information.
      • Other duties as assigned.

      Additional Responsibilities:

      Analysis of competitive information, data and statistics for assigned areas, event planning and execution, management and implementation of various marketing initiatives, web-based and digital marketing initiatives, and collaboration with marketing team members on collateral pieces (brochures, direct mail campaigns, letter writing, etc.)

      Interns may assume project management responsibilities for individual programs or projects. Applicants must be able to work in a fast-paced corporate environment, have excellent interpersonal skills and be able to work independently when required.

      Application Deadline: Friday, November 12, 2021

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 10/19/21 
      Position: Mobility Manager
      Company / Organization: Licking County Planning & Development

      Licking County Planning & Development is a great team of people that have the privilege of guiding a fast-growing central Ohio community in various facets of development, infrastructure and quality-of-life.  Our staff consists of multiple planning professionals that have the opportunity to impact our community through housing programs, transportation planning, land use & environmental controls and community planning.  We achieve results through a variety of short-term projects and long-term planning efforts.  We currently have a new position open and welcome your interest in joining our talented team.

      The Mobility Manager is a specialized position with the Licking County Area Transportation Study (LCATS) and has a focus upon communication, collaboration and logistical efforts.  As part of our team, the Mobility Manager will be responsible for the mobility management program, maximizing use of alternative modes of transportation to decrease isolation and improve quality of life for older adults, people with disabilities and people with low income.  The Mobility Manager is also empowered to seek out additional trip service providers, initiate or assist in the development of new services that meet trip demand and coordinating partnerships for the services needed.  All tasks and goals of the position are derived from the LCATS Long Range Transportation Plan and the Coordinated Plan.

      Application Deadline: Open until filled. 

      Learn more about this position.  


      Posting Date: 10/11/21 
      Position: Administrative Intern
      Company / Organization: The Presidents’ Council

      Key Responsibilities:

      • Answer phones and direct all incoming calls to the appropriate party promptly and efficiently
      • Retrieving mail
      • Bank deposits
      • File
      • Assist staff as assigned on special projects such as fundraising events, golf outing, annual meeting and other organizational events
      • Copying, mailing and faxing
      • Ensure office organization and cleanliness
      • Other tasks as assigned

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 10/11/21 
      Position: Intern
      Company / Organization: Lake Humane Society

      Lake Humane Society, a non-profit animal shelter, is looking for qualified interns to work with their Development Department. LHS is seeking interns who can assist with marketing, fundraising, event planning, and other daily tasks. The intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced environment and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of non-profit development. Excellent verbal and written communication skills Self-motivation Ability to work individually and as a team Excellent computer skills, experience in Canva, Excel and Indesign is a plus Lake Humane Society is looking for undergraduate students in the field(s) of: Marketing, Communications, Non-Profit Leadership and/or related fields.

      To apply or for more information, reach out to Elizabeth Johnson, Development Associate: Email: donate@lakehumane.org.

      Application Deadline: N/A. 

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 10/11/21 
      Position: Intern
      Company / Organization: 2022 Ohio Scholars in Aging Program

      The Ohio Scholars in Aging program is intended for students enrolled at an Ohio college or university who demonstrate a strong commitment to older adults and their caregivers. As a partnership between the Ohio Department of Aging (ODA) and the Ohio Association of Gerontology and Education (OAGE), we seek a diverse group of emerging professionals in a variety of academic backgrounds.

      The program aims to:

      • Link students’ hands-on experience to aging-related policy at the state level;
      • Provide scholars of all academic backgrounds with the opportunity to learn about aging-related policy-making;
      • Establish career-long professional contacts; and
      • Give valuable career knowledge and skills in the field of aging.

      We are looking for students who:

      • Have an interest in serving older Ohioans after graduation;
      • Are developing person-centered resources and services that foster independence and autonomy throughout the lifespan;
      • Demonstrate a strong commitment to serving older adults and their caregiv­ers; and
      • Demonstrate achievement in their academics.

      Application Deadline: October 31, 2021, 11:59:00 PM

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 10/20/21 
      Position: Major Trial Unit Intern
      Company / Organization: County Prosecutor’s Office

      FUNCTION: 
      Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Major Trial Unit (MTU). Projects may include assisting in the preparation for trial of homicide and sexual assault cases. In addition, interns will assist in the coordination of a multiple agency review of ongoing homicide and sexual assault investigations. There will also be an opportunity to work on reviewing applications for conviction integrity reviews.

      RESPONSIBILITIES: 

      • Assist the prosecutor’s office in reviewing ongoing homicide, sexual assault, and conviction integrity investigations; 
      • Assist with communicating with multiple law enforcement agencies; 
      • Read and synthesize police reports; 
      • Assist trial attorneys by creating written transcripts of audio and video recordings; 
      • Provided trial support to MTU trial attorneys;
      • Provide support during meetings and review sessions; 
      • Assist with criminal history details of defendants and other persons of interest; 
      • Assist in analyzing jail calls, social media postings and phone records; 

      Application Deadline: All materials must be received by November 22, 2021 at 8:30 am.

      Learn more about this position.  


      Posting Date: 10/19/21 
      Position: Communications Intern
      Company / Organization: County Prosecutor’s Office

      FUNCTION: 
      Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Communications and Public Policy Unit.

      RESPONSIBILITIES: 

      • Assist the prosecutor’s office to develop, maintain, and update social media presence, relationships with law enforcement partners as well as community stakeholders; 
      • Assist with planning, writing, and managing the prosecutor’s office newsletter and annual report; 
      • Draft, distribute, and pitch news releases, media alerts, and other stories; 
      • Update CCPO website when needed; 
      • Organize and attend meetings with CCPO staff, community stakeholders including but not limited to taking minutes and preparing agendas;
      • Assist with logging in and coordinating public records requests; 
      • Reach out to community organizations and the general public concerning CCPO business and news alerts; 
      • Other duties as assigned. 

      Application Deadline: All materials must be received by November 22, 2021 at 8:30am.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 10/19/21 
      Position: Crime Strategies Intern 
      Company / Organization: County Prosecutor’s Office

      FUNCTION:
      Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Crime Strategies Unit. Projects may include supporting the prosecutor’s security map app program, the “Daily Incidents Analysis Report,” and acting as intelligence support for gang and serial offense cases.

      RESPONSIBILITIES: 

      • Assist the prosecutor’s office to develop and maintain relationships with law enforcement partners as well as community stakeholders; 
      • Assist with data extraction from multiple police records management systems; 
      • Read and synthesize police reports to learn about violence occurring in different police jurisdictions; 
      • Enter data into CCPO violent crime database; 
      • Help to identify possible trends, patterns, and crime series in our database; 
      • Clean and manage the data that are stored in violent crime database; 
      • Assist with criminal history details of potential prolific offenders that have been identified by detective and prosecutors; 
      • Create maps related to individual cases being handled by the Crime Strategies Unit;
      • Assists with data collection, cleaning, and entry into the CCPO Security Camera Database;
      • Assist in analyzing jail calls, social media postings and phone records; 
      • Assist in making connections between seemingly unrelated shootings and crimes. 

      Application Deadline: All materials must be received by November 22, 2021 at 8:30 AM

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 10/6/21 
      Position: Planning Intern
      Company / Organization: Medina County Department of Planning Services

      Under the supervision of the Director, this individual assists in the performance of administrative and professional work relating to planning, zoning and other community development issues. Ongoing participation in undergraduate or graduate level coursework to develop professional competences with specialized knowledge of land use planning, zoning, subdivision review and grant management. Assists in the preparation of staff reports for and presentations to the Medina County Planning Commission, other boards, committees, townships, and the public. They will also assist in coordination efforts with local planning and regulatory agencies to understand community concerns and development plans.

      Application Deadline: N/A. Applications will be accepted during the fall, spring, and summer semesters.

      Learn more about this position.  


      Posting Date: 10/6/21 
      Position: Internships
      Company / Organization: City of Rocky River 

      Marketing Intern
      The Marketing Intern will assist the Recreation Department with a multitude of projects that may include web design, graphic design, special event planning/execution, program development, etc. The Marketing Intern(s) are required to utilize general office equipment (copiers, computers, etc.) Microsoft Office products and web/graphic design programs (preferred). The Marketing Intern will predominantly work in an office environment but will spend no less than 25% of his/her time in various recreation spaces or off site at events/member recruitment opportunities. Learn more.

      Recreation Operations Intern
      The Recreation Operation Intern will assist the Recreation Department with a multitude of projects that will include assisting in the oversight and management of any/all recreational facilities and operations. The intern will learn day-to-day management of specific areas of city recreational facilities which may include: the Umerley Civic Center, the Hamilton Ice Arena, the Municipal Outdoor Pool and/or the ten city parks. The Recreation Operations Interns(s) are required to utilize general office equipment (copiers, computers, etc.) May be required to learn/operate facility specific equipment (fitness, natatorium, maintenance tools, etc.) The Intern will spend approximately 50% of his/her time in an office setting and the other 50% in the facility/field he/she is focusing on (fitness floor, outdoor field, natatorium, ice rink, etc.). Learn more.

      Recreation Program Intern
      The Recreation Program Intern will assist the Recreation Department with a multitude of projects that will include program development, implementation and assessment. The Intern may have the opportunity to work in a variety of program areas such as: Aquatics & Safety, Fitness & Wellness, Hockey/Skating, Youth/Adult Sports, etc. The Recreation Program Interns(s) are required to utilize general office equipment (copiers, computers, etc.) May be required to learn/operate program specific equipment (pool equipment, fitness equipment, etc.) The Intern will spend approximately 50% of his/her time in an office setting and the other 50% in the field of the program he/she is focusing on (fitness floor, outdoor field, natatorium, ice rink, etc.). Learn more.

      Application Deadline: Positions will be posted until filled.


      Posting Date: 10/6/21 
      Position: Internship focused on Sustainability / Student - Office Worker
      Company / Organization: Aramark

      The Office Worker is responsible for assisting management with administrative tasks including, but not limited to, ordering, data entry, filing, etc. The Office Worker will be required to interact with customers, visitors, and employees in a professional and courteous manner. The Student - Office Worker must be a student at the Aramark location. Essential functions and responsibilites of the position may vary by Aramark location based on client requirments and business needs.

      Essential Functions

      • Responsible for performing administrative functions including distributing mail, ordering and stocking supplies, answering phones, and greeting visitors
      • Assists unit management with clerical tasks in relation to accounting, payroll, receiving, and/or human resources including filing, data entry, record review and maintenance, etc.
      • Greets customers, clients, and employees; answers inquiries or directs calls where necessary
      • Schedules meetings and handles travel arrangements, expense reports, etc.
      • Maintain office memos and informational postings
      • Operate technology, systems, and software such as voicemail systems, copy/scanners, personal computers, and MS Office
      • Other duties and tasks as assigned by manager

      Note, the description reads rather generic because they don't have the ability to edit corporate job postings. But students should list their skills and experience with sustainability initiatives when applying.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 10/6/21 
      Position: Intern, Spring 2022 (10 weeks starting January 2022)
      Company / Organization: MidTown Cleveland, Inc

      MidTown Cleveland is seeking an Urban Planning intern with a diverse skill set and flexibility to assist with implementing a variety of neighborhood planning and placemaking/placekeeping projects in the MidTown neighborhood. In addition, the intern is would be responsible for providing additional support and capacity to the Community Development team on various projects as seen fit. Intern will report to the Neighborhood Planning Manager.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position. 


      Posting Date: 9/30/21 
      Position: Development & Marketing Department
      Company / Organization: After School All-Stars

      ASAS Cleveland is seeking a VISTA to explore and support the Development & Marketing Department at ASAS Cleveland. The VISTA must be energetic, youth-focused, have an understanding for social media and passionate about supporting high quality youth services to Cleveland youth. The successful candidate will demonstrate innovation, a great personality, resourcefulness and a willingness to work in a collaborative
      environment. The VISTA will contribute to the success of the Cleveland Chapter’s fundraising and development team who oversees projects and events supporting our programs teams via fundraising events and in-kind contributions.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position. 


      Posting Date: 9/24/21 
      Positions: Planning Internship 
      Company / Organization: City of Shaker Heights Planning Department

      The City of Shaker Heights Planning Department is seeking a part-time intern to assist planning staff with ongoing projects and department responsibilities. This is an unpaid, volunteer position for Fall/Winter 2021; flexible work-from-home 4-8 hours per week. The position is available from approximately October - December. We will work with students to qualify the intern work for course credit if necessary.

      The department is involved with many different responsibilities and projects at any one time. The internship is designed to provide students with practical, hands-on planning experience with experienced planning staff on the implementation of daily planning administration activities as well as current city projects. Interns will be invited to observe or participate in a variety of meetings whenever appropriate. 

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position.  


      Posting Date: 9/24/21 
      Positions: Internship Opportunities
      Company / Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
      Webinar

      Have you ever thought about what it’s like to work at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland? Do you want to learn more about the work we do and the communities we serve? Join us for FedUniversity to learn about our yearly summer internship program and exciting career opportunities for college and university students. You’ll learn about the application process, how to prepare for an internship, and how to make the most of your summer experience at the Bank. We will also feature a panel of speakers from different departments to talk about their career journeys, the work they do, and their experiences working at the Bank. A Q&A session will follow the presentation. 

      The webinar will be held on Tuesday, September 28, 2021 at 12-1:30pm EDT

      Learn more about this webinar.


      Posting Date: 9/22/21 
      Position: 2022 Summer Intern - Community Development (Economic Research & Outreach)
      Company / Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

      The Community Development Department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland is responsible for research, analysis and engagement on economic issues facing low and moderate income communities throughout the Fourth District (Ohio, western PA, eastern KY and northern WV). Its efforts aim to improve policy design and implementation by 1) applied research and analysis and 2) outreach and engagement. The Department does this by active engagement with economic and community development practitioners, banks, and public and private sector stakeholders across urban, suburban and rural communities.

      As a summer scholar you may:

      • Contribute to team projects using quantitative and qualitative research methods to learn about economic and community development programs and policies, focused on affordable housing, workforce and economic development, access to good jobs, small business access to credit and other issues that disproportionately affect impact low and moderate-income individuals and communities;
      • Assist with additional research involving gathering data from various sources and manipulate data using statistical packages and programming languages such as Excel, STATA and SAS
      • Participate in the preparation of online and written publications and briefs for internal and external stakeholders
      • Assist with outreach, public programs and events

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 8/31/21 
      Position: Civil Rights Intern
      Company / Organization: National Coalition for the Homeless

      The Homeless Civil Rights Intern will work remotely until after at least 75% of the population is vaccinated. This individual will participate in the Homeless Civil Rights workgroup to implement the goals of reducing criminalization of homelessness and monitor and report on hate crimes directed at homeless people. The intern will assist with a monthly civil rights newsletter, and work to organize homeless led groups. Assist with outreach to advocates throughout the United States. The intern will assist with updating information on the “You Don’t Need a Home to Vote” campaign to increase access to the ballot box for those experiencing homelessness. By tracking data across the country and at various locales, interns will be expected to produce reports, summaries, and articles on particular efforts to criminalize homelessness, trends, successes, or model efforts to reduce law enforcement in the distribution of social services. This intern will work to highlight the negative impacts of making it illegal to be homeless, and work to get that message out to elected officials, community leaders and the general public. Finally, the intern will work to track and report on the impact of the pandemic on those experiencing homelessness as a Civil Rights issue. 

      Application Deadline: September 15, 2021

      Learn more about this position. 


      Posting Date: 8/31/21
      Position: Racial Equity Intern
      Company / Organization: National Coalition for the Homeless

      The Homeless Racial Equity Intern will work remotely until after at least 75% of the population is vaccinated. This individual will participate in the Homeless Racial Equity workgroup to implement the goals of reducing discrimination and injustice within the housing and homeless system. The intern will assist with compiling a curriculum for local and state coalitions to use in teaching about racial inequality in the homeless sector. They will assist with outreach to advocates throughout the United States to encourage diversity in leadership and board appointments to include more people who have experienced homelessness in leadership. The intern will assist with updating a literature reference guide to supplement a racial equity curriculum. The Racial Equity intern will work with advocates from across the United States to implement policy changes to reduce inequality. This intern will work to set up meetings with key policy makers to forward NCH policy objectives. Finally, the intern will work to highlight inequality and discriminatory policies that act as a block to stable housing in the local community. 

      Application Deadline: September 15, 2021

      Learn more about this position. 


      Posting Date: 8/26/21 
      Position: Accounting/Finance Intern
      Company / Organization: Akron Urban League

      The Akron Urban League is a non-profit organization that is working toward improving the quality of life of the citizens of Summit County through economic self-reliance and social empowerment. We are seeking an Accounting Intern to support the work of the finance office staff, which consists of a CFO and an Accounting Specialist. The Intern will report to the CFO and will be expected to work onsite. They must exhibit sound judgment, excellent time management and organizational skills, and confidentiality to be effective in fulfilling the duties.

      Duties and Responsibilities:

      • Assist with financial modeling
      • Help with accounts receivable management
      • Provide support for annual budgeting process
      • Assist with statistical analysis and other special projects
      • Provide general accounting support in a non-profit environment
      • Prepare monthly/quarterly financial analysis packets for management

      Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 8/25/21 
      Position: Children’s Activities Coordinator
      Company / Organization: Salvation Army (Harbor Light Complex)

      The Children’s Activities Coordinator will be responsible for interacting with the children of the Zelma George program as he/she organizes daily activities that will motivate the children to participate as well as keeping them suitably entertained as well as appropriately busy.

      Essential Duties:

      • Prepare an activities calendar – preferably one month in advance.
      • Responsible for coordinating /developing daily activities to engage the children of the Zelma George program.
      • Ensure a variety of sport, recreation, educational, cultural and other activities are offered throughout the month’s calendar.
      • Schedule, supervise and lead the activities.
      • Maintain daily communication with parents.
      • Maintain attendance and participation records as necessary.
      • Utilize community resources as part of the program.
      • Child Watch with the approval of management and by case manager referral (including during in-house groups, housing and doctor appointments).
      • Engage children and parents in positive projects/activities.
      • Plan/organize holiday and special events for the program.
      • Organize and oversee volunteer activities as needed.
      • Attend all mandatory trainings or meetings
      • Perform other duties as assigned by the Program Manager or Executive Director.

      To apply please email a cover letter expressing your interest in this internship and a resume to Megan Crow, Program Director, Salvation Army of Greater Cleveland to Megan.Crow@use.salvationarmy.org.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

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      Posting Date: 8/20/21 
      Position: Economic Development Intern
      Company / Organization: NOACA

      This position involves learning and applying basic planning and economic development skills to assigned tasks, under close supervision in an office environment. The College Intern/Co-op is a temporary. The College Intern/Coop is responsible for learning and applying the skills needed to perform assigned tasks and assisting other staff members with assigned tasks. The College Intern/Co-op will work on economic development issues, as assigned at the time of hire, in furtherance of the mission of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) as a metropolitan planning organization (MPO) and areawide water quality management agency. Economic development interns/Co-ops will work under direct supervision of a senior strategic planner.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 8/20/21 
      Position: Intern
      Company / Organization: ORT America - Ohoi Region

      Mission: A global education network driven by Jewish values and innovation, preparing people and communities for meaningful, self-sufficient futures. The ORT network reaches more than 200,000 people a year in schools, universities, and vocational training programs in more than 30 countries. We bridge the gap between ability and opportunity by providing leading science and technology education.

      Specific duties include:

      • Learn to manage day-to-day office functions
      • Assist Associate Director on specific projects
      • Handle monies that come into the organization include deposits, tracking and acknowledgments
      • Prepare materials for events and meetings
      • Prepare and handle annual mailings
      • Research donor prospects
      • Serve as on-site staff person for in-person events

      Application Deadline: N/A

      Learn more about this position. 


      Posting Date: 8/3/21 
      Position: Neighborhood Development Associate
      Company / Organization: Ohio City Inc.

      Job Description:
      The Neighborhood Development Associate is a new position created to support staff in managing the external real estate development taking place in Ohio City. Responsibilities include facilitating the local landmarks design review committee, working with our staff, developers, and the city of Cleveland to help shape projects, assisting professionals through the City of Cleveland’s permitting process, and assisting staff with community engagement and outreach around proposed projects. 

      The ideal candidate would have a desire to develop skills in community development, as well as an interest in architecture and urban design. Must be available to work on Thursdays 9am-1pm.

      The job duties will include but not be limited to:

      • Create and keep the local design review agenda up to date, including coordinating with applicants
      • Work with applicants to shape proposals and presentations
      • Take meeting notes and distribute to the City of Cleveland Landmarks Commission
      • Facilitate local design review meetings in Ohio City
      • Work with staff to engage and inform the community around projects
      • Upload design review meetings to YouTube and CoUrbanize, Ohio City Incorporated’s online engagement platform
      • Update the Ohio City website to reflect meeting agendas and dates

      Application Deadline: N/A

      Learn more about this position. 


      Posting Date: 8/3/21 
      Position: Operations Intern
      Company / Organization: HNI Healthcare

      POSITION SUMMARY
      This position will provide professional development, insight to our physician practice and software, meaningful project
      development, experience in the hospital medicine field. Interns will, be responsible for assisting with special projects and tasks across multiple areas in the operations department. These responsibilities will be customized to the intern’s interest as well as to the needs of the organization. Interns will meet with relevant leaders within the organization to receive an orientation and description of the day to day engagements and responsibilities to be executed. Interns will also receive formal feedback on a regular basis. HNI Healthcare will work directly
      with universities to meet the goals of the internship program.

      Intern will be exposed to:

      • Real world knowledge and experience of the business of healthcare
      • Working closely with Hospital Program Administrators/Operators
      • Working closely with Physicians and Mid-Level Providers (Nurse Practitioners/Physician Assistants)
      • Attending department meetings
      • Attending company compliance training/education sessions
      • Rotate through all departments of company and meet with Senior Leadership

      Scope of Duties / Tasks:

      • Attend meetings with hospital staff, HNI administration, and/or other stakeholders as directed to ensure program goals and initiatives are being met
      • Prepare and analyze various data reports on monthly basis
      • Monitor provider metrics and reporting
      • May perform some Patient Advocate duties
      • Coordinate daily office operations
      • Facilitate billing reconciliation
      • Undertake various projects including but not limited to, quality improvement, customer satisfaction, metric improvement
      • Act as a liaison to ensure all HNI administrative needs related to credentialing, human resources, payroll, revenue cycle management, and recruiting are met.
      • Act as a liaison between the HNI Healthcare team of clinician’s and outside entities to ensure timely responses to all clinical care matters, such as completion of death certificates, responses to prescription medicine clarification requests, and the like.
      • Coordinate daily assignments and tasks for the HNI Healthcare team of clinicians, Patient Advocates, and hospital staff as directed and/or assigned
      • Observe and assist with assuring clinicians’ staffing schedule is complete and up to date at all times to ensure adequate clinical coverage as directed by the facility.
      • May attend case management, patient referral, and other care coordination meetings as directed and/or assigned.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      Learn more about this position. 


      Posting Date: 8/3/21 
      Position: Development & Communications Intern
      Company / Organization: Refresh Collective

      Job Description:
      We need support in grant research and grant writing, social media promotion, donor communications, and direct-program support. An intern would work with Refresh Collective's Communications and Grant Manager to submit completed grant applications, communicate with our donor base, and complete other fundraising management tasks. Other support tasks would revolve around communications with partner agencies and administering program evaluation procedures.

      Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted during the fall, spring, and summer semesters.

      Learn more about this position. 


      Posting Date: 8/3/21 
      Position: Intern
      Company / Organization: West Park Kamm’s Neighborhood Development

      Calling all students interested in food justice, environmental sustainability, urban affairs, and community development! WPKND seeks an intern to work 10-12 hours per week with our Farmers Market Manager to help organize and execute the Kamm’s Corners Farmers Market, a growing producers’ market on Cleveland’s west side with programming emphasizing fresh food access, environmental stewardship, and family activities. This position provides a student the opportunity to learn more broadly about community development through participation in staff meetings and a wide range of other meetings of areas of the organization.

      The intern will collaborate with WPKND’s Neighborhood Engagement team to connect residents with neighborhood resources, especially marketgoers with resources to access fresh produce and other nutritional assistance programs. This position will support market outreach, attend neighborhood events, community meetings, and meet with local leaders to build trust and better understand the needs of low- and moderateincome communities with respect to food justice. At the farmers market, the intern will engage attendees and promote the acceptance of SNAP and other related programs. The intern will assist in coordinating with partners leading up to the market as well as support partners day-of. The intern will assist the Market Manager with data collection and reporting of vital market statistics to stakeholders. Working closely with the WPKND team, the intern will help to optimize our environmental sustainability programming to achieve the highest possible ecological benefit for the neighborhood and all its residents.

      Application Deadline: August 16, 2021

      Learn more about this position. 


      Posting Date: 8/3/21 
      Position: Intern
      Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office

      Function:
      Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Communications and Public Policy Unit.

      Responsibilities:

      • Assist the prosecutor’s office to develop, maintain, and update social media presence, relationships with law enforcement partners as well as community stakeholders;
      • Assist with planning, writing, and managing the prosecutor’s office newsletter and annual report;
      • Draft, distribute, and pitch news releases, media alerts, and other stories;
      • Update CCPO website when needed;
      • Organize and attend meetings with CCPO staff, community stakeholders including but not limited to taking minutes and preparing agendas; 
      • Assist with logging in and coordinating public records requests;
      • Reach out to community organizations and the general public concerning CCPO business and news alerts;
      • Other duties as assigned. 

      Application Deadline: All materials must be received by August 16, 2021 at 8:30am.

      Learn more about this position. 


      Posting Date: 8/2/21 
      Position: Urban Planning Internship
      Company / Organization: City of Lakewood

      The City of Lakewood is seeking an Intern to work directly with Planning & Development staff to gain hands-on practical experience working on residential, commercial and planning projects within the City. It is our objective to provide the intern with a multi-disciplinary experience using the latest technology to support his or her work. The intern will spend their time working individually and collaboratively to complete assigned projects within a given timeline. This is a paid internship and a 29-hour work week is preferred. This internship is anticipated to run through May of 2022.

      The Department of Planning and Development works on a variety of projects involving residential and commercial development, affordable housing, and varied planning functions including resiliency, zoning, and public infrastructure master planning. The intern will gain experience in several areas with a focus affordable housing programs, implementing federal funded programs, supporting the work of our Boards and Commissions, zoning analysis, and other projects as assigned. Some flexibility to attend evening meetings with the community would be desired.

      Note: Candidate must be currently enrolled in at least their junior year within an Urban Planning or similar curriculum. Master’s degree students are preferred.

      Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 8/2/21 
      Position: Public Relation/Marketing Intern
      Company / Organization: CleveLawn

      The intern’s main responsibilities will be to work with the executive team to organize, maintain, and plan for our social media platforms to grow our community presence. The candidate will also be required to maintain and plan our social media influencer program. The candidate will have the opportunity to express their creative freedom and utilize coursework knowledge in a real-world application.

       Responsibilities:

      • Support the CleveLawn Executive team as needed
      • Organize and plan Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube posts for our influencer program
      • Conduct interviews with CleveLawn staff and community partners
      • Follow work crews for photos used in media posts
      • Develop social media presence
      • Analyze engagements and grow our platforms

      Application Deadline: N/A, however the internships begins in September, 2021.

      Learn more about this position. 


      Posting Date: 7/19/21 
      Position: Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) Paraprofessional Intern
      Company / Organization: Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

      Do you have a passion for the environment and technology? The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District is looking for a Technical Services Group Paraprofessional Intern. This 12-month internship will give you a variety of experiences working with projects related to the implementation of our Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), GIS Support, and developing applications. If you are looking for hands-on work experience where you can have a direct impact on our community, please read on and apply to be considered.

      The intern will assist with various projects throughout the assignment, including, but not limited to:

      Project Title: Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) Support & Implementation
      -Assist with creating documentation of processes used by the CMMS team
      -Assist with the Quick Response (QR) Code Implementation
      -Assist with reviewing the User Defined Fields (UDFs) in the CMMS
      -Support CMMS Training Efforts
      -Support the Asset Reliability Managers (ARMs) with documentation updates

      Project Title: Geographic Information System (GIS) Collections & Plants Support
      -Assist with editing existing and creating new asset records (GIS Editing)
      -Assist with creating asset packets for GIS/CMMS
      -Assist with field investigations of Collections & Plants GIS assets
      -Assist with maintaining existing ArcGIS Online (AGO) applications

      Project Title: System Integration General Support
      -Assist with creating documentation to support mobile strategy and training

      Project Title: Develop an AGO application for Plant Asset Inventory
      -Create a new AGO application to track Plant assets.

      Other duties as assigned

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 7/15/21 
      Position: Watershed Programs Paraprofessional Intern
      Company / Organization: Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

      The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District is looking for a new Watersheds Programs interns! This 12-month internship will be an excellent opportunity for Geography/GIS, Environmental Science/Engineering majors looking to work in a professional setting. If you're looking to make an impact on the environment and want to work with the top professionals in the industry, apply now!

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 7/7/21 
      Position: Business Development Program Assistant
      Company / Organization: Clean Fuels Ohio

      Clean Fuels Ohio is looking for a driven, strategic-minded individual to serve as the Business Development Program Assistant. The individual will support Director of Business Development and Communications as well as the Events and Communications Coordinator assisting in research, reporting, and outreach and the day-to-day activities of both supervisors.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position. 


      Posting Date: 7/7/21 
      Position: Social Media Intern
      Company / Organization: After School All-Stars

      ASAS Cleveland is seeking a Social Media Intern to work with our staff and students to help tell our story. The Social Media Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about sharing ASAS Cleveland’s story with our audience. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth, and the ability to build relationships with K – 8th grade students. The Social Media Intern’s mission is to ensure ASAS Cleveland is telling their All-Stars’ stories in a safe and healthy environment. The Social Media Intern will work to share our stories to our current audience and continuously strive to reach more individuals, companies, organizations, and followers while also having the opportunity to share their media outreach background with our All-Star students!

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 7/7/21 
      Position: Fundraising & Development Intern
      Company / Organization: After School All-Stars

      ASAS is currently seeking a passionate and talented Fundraising & Development Intern. The Fundraising & Development Intern is responsible for assisting the Development & Marketing Manager with development and fundraising events and projects. The intern will assist the core job functions of the ASAS Cleveland Development Team. The Fundraising & Development Intern will be given a minimum of 1 project that will contribute to the success of the Cleveland Chapter’s fundraising and development projects and events.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position. 


      Posting Date: 7/7/21 
      Position: Behavior Support Intern
      Company / Organization: After School All-Stars

      ASAS Cleveland is seeking a Behavior Support Intern to work directly with elementary and middle school students in an engaging after-school program. The Behavior Support Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about providing high quality youth services to Cleveland youth. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth in an educational setting, and the ability to build relationships with 1st – 8th grade students. The Behavior Support Intern’s mission is to ensure that youth have a positive and healthy after-school experience and are crucial to a successful after-school program. The Behavior Support Intern will work to expose ASAS students to new concepts in learning and help them develop a stronger sense of social responsibility and civic awareness.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position. 


      Posting Date: 6/28/21 
      Position: Human Resources Intern
      Company / Organization: Playhouse Square

      Playhouse Square is looking for an outgoing and motivated individual with excellent communication skills to take on our challenging and exciting position of Human Resources Intern. 

      RESPONSIBILITIES

      1. Embrace Playhouse Square values and programs that further Diversity, Equity and Inclusion within the department.
      2. Update non-payroll related items in HRMS system.
      3. Assist with phone prescreens, interview scheduling, and reference checking.
      4. Assemble and replenish supplies for new hire packets.
      5. Assist with new hire orientation.
      6. Provide project assistance as needed for HR; assist with mailings, employee events.
      7. General office duties including filing, copying, label making, distribution of information and reports to other departments.
      8. Assist with tracking vacation and sick time.
      9. Assist with administration of the Rounds of Applause program.
      10. Assist with keeping manual current.
      11. Respond to employment applicants using formatted letters.
      12. Assist with updates to the AllCast website as needed.
      13. Provide switchboard relief as necessary.
      14. Perform other human resources duties as assigned.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 6/28/21 
      Position: HR Information Systems Paraprofessional Intern
      Company / Organization: Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

      Under the supervision of the HRIS Supervisor the HR Information Systems Paraprofessional Intern will assist with various aspects of the Employee Services activities and projects throughout the assignment, including but not limited to:

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 5/5/21 
      Position: Intern
      Company / Organization: Richland County Regional Planning Commission

      Richland County Regional Planning Commission (RCRPC) is searching for a motivated intern to assist with implementing a summer active transportation project. A successful candidate would be community minded, detail oriented and adaptive. 

      The intern with supervision will lead the implementation of an active transportation project this summer called “Walk Richland” - a project along the B & O Trail to encourage walkers and bikers to explore the surrounding communities (Bellville, Lexington, Butler, and Mansfield) through signage and directions. This position is ideal for a college student with a strong interest in furthering community engagement, communications and project planning. 

      Application Deadline: N/A, however this internship begins in mid May, 2021.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 5/27/21 
      Position: Planning and Design Intern
      Company / Organization: Planning and Design Intern

      The planning and design intern will assist with all functions of the Planning & Design Department including long-range planning, park master plans, trail development, facility design and development, and various site investigations.

      • Regular and predictable attendance is expected and required. All Cleveland Metroparks employees must be prepared to work flexible schedules, including evenings, weekends, and/or holidays as required.
      • Assists with park master plans including researching, producing drawings, documenting meeting notes, and field visits.
      • Assists with public meeting and comment phase coordination and documentation, including populating Cleveland Metroparks website.
      • Assist with survey development, fielding surveys, and outreach.
      • Assist with publication development for year-end updates on strategic plan accomplishments and reservation plan write ups.
      • Assists in demographic and community analyses and profiles, analyzing and evaluating data and societal trends.
      • Researches, organizes, inventories, updates, and collates community information, trail data, recreational data and trends, park information and other requested information for department to incorporate into the strategic plan, reports, and CAPRA certification efforts.
      • Research on various topics, including bicycle demand forecasting best practices and grant/funding opportunities
      • Produces mapping, as needed.
      • Travels to various locations throughout the park district, including remote locations to conduct construction site and potential work site visits to take photos for planning project purposes, and to view spaces for public meetings planning purposes.
      • Performs related duties as assigned or apparent.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 5/27/21 
      Position: Marketing Intern
      Company / Organization: Cleveland Metroparks

      The Marketing Intern works in an in-house position with the Marketing Department, gaining valuable experience in multiple areas of marketing, communications, and research and analytics.

      • Regular and predictable attendance is expected and required. All Cleveland Metroparks employees must be prepared to work flexible schedules, including evenings, weekends, and/or holidays as required.
      • Assist in the collection, analysis, and synthesis of information, including survey data collection through in-person intercepts/interviews.
      • Mines data and synthesizes insights across a variety of internal and external data sources to inform product, marketing, and sales.
      • Utilizes google analytics to develop insights and make recommendations for digital and website strategy.
      • Assists with promotions with media partners.
      • Performs updates to website content and assists with ongoing website maintenance.
      • Assists photographer and video producer as needed.
      • Tracks and organizes data and metrics for the research team.
      • Gather information and write e-newsletter content.
      • Proofreads written communications for quality and accuracy.
      • Requires attendance at events at Lakefront locations to assist in data gathering projects.
      • Provides administrative support to the department and assists with related functions and special projects as assigned.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 5/14/21 
      Position: Creative Social Media Management/Marketing Intern
      Company / Organization: CleveLawn

      CleveLawn is a local non-profit organization that was established in 2019. Our mission is to reduce violence and poverty throughout Cleveland. With our workforce development model, we help these communities by training them with the skills and behaviors required for success in workforce. CleveLawn focuses on breaking down the barriers of entry for second chance citizens, individuals in long term recovery, and at-risk youth. Our vision is to beautify and sustain marginalized communities in the greater Cleveland area.

      In this position, the intern will work with the executive team to organize, maintain, and plan for our social media platforms to grow our community presence. The candidate will also be required to maintain and plan our social media influencer program. The candidate will have the opportunity to express their creative freedom and utilize coursework knowledge in a real-world application.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position. 


      Posting Date: 5/5/21 
      Position: Summer Intern
      Company / Organization: City of East Cleveland

      The City of East Cleveland is seeking an Intern to work directly with the Community Development department staff to gain hands-on practical experience working on Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) programs and projects. The intern will spend time working independently and collaboratively to complete assigned projects within a given timeline.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position. 


      Posting Date: 5/5/21 
      Position: Intern
      Company / Organization: Team Neo

      Site Strategies Intern, in coordination with JobsOhio and community partners, understands, and sells the competitiveness of NEO for business investment, resulting in job creation and an increase in capital investment monies. Key duties include management of the site selection process and database. Intern will develop a deep understanding of competitive available sites and buildings in the region. In addition, the coordinator supports the site programs of JobsOhio and Team NEO. 

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 5/5/21 
      Position: Intern
      Company / Organization: City of Cuyahoga Falls

      Perform duties as requested under the supervision of the Planning Director and Community  Development Director, including: permit reviews; code reviews; plan reviews; administrative tasks; records retention; attendance at board & commission meetings; assistance with Master Plans.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Learn more about this position.  


      Posting Date: 4/30/21 
      Position: Dan Broun Summer Internship
      Company / Organization: MDC 

      MDC is looking for a bright and enthusiastic individual for a position in the Summer of 2021 to assist with two projects underway at MDC: one led by United Philanthropy Forum focused on philanthropy in rural communities to advance rural equity and, secondarily, Great Expectations, a project of the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust focused on early childhood development in an urban setting.

      The Dan Broun Intern will assist the program staff with a major project that aims to advance philanthropic investment to increase equitable outcomes for rural people across America, with a particular focus on racial equity and in places that experience high poverty. The intern will also provide limited assistance to MDC’s Great Expectations team, which works to ensure that all children in Forsyth County, NC reach Kindergarten prepared to succeed. As part of project teams, the intern can expect to:

      • Track and monitor key themes, trends, and events emerging from the work of project partner organizations, especially THRIVE Rural
      • Research rural investing on the part of members of the United Philanthropy Forum and organize information into types of investments
      • Develop a database in which MDC can track strong, rural practitioners we may want to tap for expertise over the course of the project
      • Scan literature and strong practices on critical issues facing rural communities nationally that limit equitable outcomes for rural people (e.g., lack of access to broadband; lack of nonprofit capacity in some rural places). Write informal/internal summary memos as needed to summarize the state of the field on these issues
      • Identify and track key publications that focus on rural equity issues; summarize key issues for the project team; organize information in team files
      • Carry out background research on certain members of the United Philanthropy Forum on their interests and experience in funding work relevant to this initiative
      • Assist the Great Expectations team with research, scheduling, and note-taking as assigned
      • Carry out a national scan of the field of strong approaches that are addressing inequities in maternalinfant mortality and other equitable birth outcomes
      • Maintaining a log or journal outlining highlights and insights of the internship experience for external audiences, including MDC Board members

      Application Deadline: N/A. 

      Learn more about this position.


      Posting Date: 4/24/21 
      Position: Climate Resiliency and Sustainability Intern 
      Company / Organization:  Cleveland Neighborhood Progress 

      In this position, the intern will work with the placemaking team to support several sustainability and environmental initiatives, managed by Cleveland Neighborhood Progress within the placemaking team, specifically, Circular Cleveland, a collaborative initiative of City of Cleveland and Cleveland Neighborhood Progress, supported by Neighborhood Connections to help Cleveland transition to a more environmentally regenerative, circular economy. The intern will have the opportunity dive into other projects relating to the Cleveland Tree Plan, air quality, and water equity. 

      Application Deadline: N/A. Internship begins in May 2021.

      Learn moreLearn more about this position. about this position.


      Posting Date: 4/21/21 
      Position: Small Business Outreach Coordinator
      Company / Organization: Northeast Ohio Hispanic Center for Economic Development

      The Small Business Outreach Coordinator is a paid internship position that will work closely with our small business community to assist them through direct small business outreach. The Small Business Outreach Coordinator will develop and implement a strategy to identify small businesses at risk of closing or that have suffered loss of revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Small Business Outreach Coordinator will provide the additional tools and support required to implement a quick response strategy to support micro-businesses and provide interventions that will help them sustain and survive this pandemic era. This position reports directly to the Director of Community/Economic Development.

      Application Deadline: Open until filled.


      Posting Date: 4/30/21 
      Position: Sustainability & Special Projects Paraprofessional Intern
      Company / Organization: Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

      Are you interested in a career in clean water? The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District is looking for a new Paraprofessional Intern to support Sustainability and Special Projects! This 12-month internship will give you a variety of experience working with projects related to the delivery of our Sustainability Plan, recycling program, and reporting on greenhouse gas and energy data. If you are looking for hands-on work experience where you can have a direct impact on our community, please read the job description and apply to be considered.

      Application Deadline: N/A. 


      Posting Date: 4/24/21 
      Position: Development Resources Intern
      Company / Organization: Brookfield Properties

      Position Summary:

      • Assist Building Technology Function with the following:
        • Completing Digital Master Planning Roadmap
        • Integration of Existing Retail Technology into site planning
      • Various Responsibilities in Implementation of PMWeb of Mixed-Use Development
      • Project to Include:
        • User Support
        • Data Entry and Validation
        • Quality Esurance
        • Procure-to-Pay Supplier Enablement
      • Assisting the Environmental, Social & Governance Function (ESG) obtain Fitwel certification for the Brookfield Key Tower Office Space
      • Process Map and Make Improvement Recommendation for the Existing Vision and
      • Design Process Supporting Development Assets
      • Work with Functional Leaders to Develop and Deploy Functional Dashboards for
      • Executive-Level Communication
      • Continue to Build and Refine the Full Cycle Support Hub and Drive Traffic to SharePoint Site.

      Application Deadline: N/A. 

      Learn more about this position. 

      To apply for this internship email a coverletter an resume to Jason​ Frisbie VP, Development Strategy & Services at Jason.Frisbie@brookfieldpropertiesdevelopment.com.


      Posting Date: 4/14/2021 
      Position: Research Assistant
      Company / Organization: KM Date Community Planning, LLC

      KM Date Community Planning, LLC is seeking a part-time planning research assistant to help with data analysis and web/graphic document support. Primary tasks will be providing data collection and analysis for market and community research, under professional planner training and supervision; and preparing presentation, web and marketing materials. Some work may involve assisting with public engagement logistics including arranging and monitoring video meetings. 

      Application Deadline: This position will remain open until filled. 

      Learn more about this position.​ 


      Posting Date: 4/12/2021 
      Position: Camp Recreational Activities Coordinator | Summer Academy Camp House Parent
      Company / Organization: National Coalition for the Homeless

      SPIRE Institute is one of the largest indoor, multi-sport, training and competition complexes in the world. With more than 750,000 sq. ft under one roof and acres of outdoor facilities, it has the unique capacity to simultaneously host clubs, leagues, tournaments and championship events no matter the weather or the season. Every consideration has been taken to create an unparalleled experience for the athlete, the coach and the spectator. Our mission at SPIRE is to unlock the full potential of the human spirit via athletics, academics and service.

      Camp Recreational Activities Coordinator
      We are looking for Full-time House Parent who will mentor, lead and assist student athletes. House parents have an active role in the student athlete’s development. Will be actively involved in student events, enforcing policies and procedures, weekly staff meetings. This position includes evenings, weekends, and holidays.

      Camp Recreational Activities Coordinator
      The Camp Recreation Activities Coordinator is responsible for planning, overseeing, and directing the evening and weekend activities for summer campers at a sports camp. Performance requires ability to work independently with initiative and discretion within established guidelines. Will be actively involved in student events, enforcing policies and procedures, weekly staff meetings. This position focus’ is in evenings, weekends, and holidays.
      Please contact intern@spireinstitute.org for more information about these internships. 

      Application Deadline: May 14, 2021

      Learn more about this position​​​​​: Camp Recreational Activities CoordinatorSummer Academy Camp House Parent


      Posting Date: 4/12/2021 
      Position: Civil Rights Summer Intern
      Company / Organization: National Coalition for the Homeless

      The Homeless Civil Rights Intern will work remotely until after the pandemic. This individual will participate in the Homeless Civil Rights workgroup to implement the goals of reducing criminalization of homelessness and monitor and report on hate crimes directed at homeless people. The intern will assist with a weekly civil rights newsletter. Assist with outreach to advocates throughout the United States. The intern will assist with updating information on the “You Don’t Need a Home to Vote” campaign to increase access to the ballot box for those experiencing homelessness. By tracking data across the country and at various locales, interns will be expected to produce reports, summaries, and articles on particular efforts to criminalize homelessness, trends, successes, or model efforts to reduce law enforcement in the distribution of social services. This intern will work to highlight the negative impacts of making it illegal to be homeless, and work to get that message out to elected officials, community leaders and the general public. Finally, the intern will work to track and report on the impact of the pandemic on those experiencing homelessness as a Civil Rights issue.

      Application Deadline: May 15, 2021

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 4/5/2021 
      Position: Strategy & Programs Intern  
      Company / Organization: Urbanova

      The Urbanova Internship Program is designed for undergraduate or graduate students who have an interest in pursuing a career working at the intersection of urban development, technology, and strategic planning.

      Specifically, interns will work with the Urbanova Leadership team on strategic planning and operations support, researching new and emerging policy trends, and supporting the execution of the organizations marketing and communications plan.

      Interns will have the opportunity to attend internal and external meetings, develop and present presentations to key Urbanova stakeholders and engage in professional development opportunities.

      The Urbanova Internship Program is a semester or year-round program based on the selected candidates background and long-term academic and professional goals.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​ To apply send coverletter and resume to Justin Bibb, Urbanova Chief Strategy Officer at jbibb@urbanova.org.


      Posting Date: 4/1/2021 
      Position: Administrative Assistant Intern (Revised April 6, 2021)
      Company / Organization: Hough Block Club

      Become part of the backbone of a community vitalization, and a nexus of community involvement and leadership. The Hough Block Club (The BC) is charging forward in this direction to lead a grassroots, close-knit, and genuine renaissance in Hough. As part of our efforts, The BC seeks an administrative assistant intern with exemplary skills in technical, clerical, administrative, and communication support across a variety of mission areas. If making a difference in the inner-city matters to you, bringing your experience to The BC may be your next opportunity.

      Application Deadline: April 30, 2021

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​   


      Posting Date: 4/1/2021 
      Position: Fundraising & Development Intern
      Company / Organization: After-School All-Stars (ASAS)

      ASAS is currently seeking a passionate and talented Fundraising & Development Intern. The Fundraising & Development Intern is responsible for assisting the Development & Marketing Manager with development and fundraising events and projects. The intern will assist the core job functions of the ASAS Cleveland Development Team. The Fundraising & Development Intern will be given a minimum of 1 project that will contribute to the success of the Cleveland Chapter’s fundraising and development projects and events.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​ 


      Posting Date: 4/1/2021 
      Position: Social Media Intern
      Company / Organization: After-School All-Stars (ASAS)

      ASAS Cleveland is seeking a Social Media Intern to work with our staff and students to help tell our story. The Social Media Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about sharing ASAS Cleveland’s story with our audience. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth, and the ability to build relationships with K – 8th grade students. The Social Media Intern’s mission is to ensure ASAS Cleveland is telling their All-Stars’ stories in a safe and healthy environment. The Social Media Intern will work to share our stories to our current audience and continuously strive to reach more individuals, companies, organizations, and followers while also having the opportunity to share their media outreach background with our All-Star students!

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​ 


      Posting Date: 4/1/2021 
      Position: Intern
      Company / Organization: Emerald Development and Economic Network, Inc. (EDEN)

      An intern is needed to help with the planning of a 30th  anniversary event for EDEN. The event will be held on Saturday, September 11, 2021 at The Madison in downtown Cleveland. EDEN is expecting 300+ guests to attend including community leaders, philanthropists, corporate partners, EDEN residents, and more. The event will feature dinner, an awards ceremony, music, and a silent auction.

      There is a vast amount of work that needs to be done for this,event and EDEN is looking for an intern to help its staff in planning the event from start to finish. Specific tasks will include, but not be limited to:

      • Research the internet for the most pertinent contact information for our prospective sponsors.
      • Help write a script for sponsorship follow‐up and make some calls.
      • Assist in procuring raffle basket/auction items.
      • Provide much‐needed planning and logistical assistance leading up to the day of the event.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​ 


      Posting Date: 3/26/2021 
      Position: Community and Economic Development Unpaid Internship
      Company / Organization: City of Shaker Heights

      The City of Shaker Heights Economic Development Department is seeking a part-time community and economic development intern to assist economic development staff with ongoing projects and department responsibilities. This is an unpaid, volunteer position for Summer 2021; flexible 10-20 hours for 2-4 days per week. The position is available approximately May-August. Work will largely be performed virtually. Limited on-site work may be performed throughout the summer as mutually determined.

      The department is involved with many different responsibilities and projects at any one time. The internship is designed to provide students with practical, hands-on community and economic development experience in an inner ring suburb. The intern will work closely with experienced department staff on implementation of housing, neighborhood engagement and business related activities. Interns will be invited to observe or participate in a variety of meetings, likely virtual, whenever appropriate.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 3/26/2021 
      Position: Summer Intern - Community Development
      Company / Organization: City of Hudson

      • Receives and responds to inquiries from the public, project applicants, developers, architects, engineers, real estate professionals, attorneys, property owners, other government agency representatives, City consultants, and other City staff regarding the development review process, forms, fees, procedures, and the status of an application; contacts development applicants to convey and request information.
      • Researches and compiles information on a variety of planning issues from multiple sources. Prepares maps, charts, and tables of limited complexity.
      • Performs routine office tasks including data entry, software management, copying, and answering customer inquiries.
      • Must provide a high level of customer service by being courteous, responsive, respectful and helpful in all interactions with staff, superiors and the general public.
      • Must establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, other city employees, school officials, community groups and organizations, and the general public.
      • May perform other related duties as assigned.
      • Must follow and comply with City rules and policies, and must have regular, reliable, and punctual attendance.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more information see:  Summary | Detailed Description


      Posting Date: 3/26/2021 
      Position: Marketing Summer Internship
      Company / Organization: Greater Cleveland RTA

      Students entering their Sophomore, Junior or Senior year of college, or recent college graduate, are invited to apply!  GCRTA will be hiring a seasonal intern to assist the marketing department with organizing our digital assets and archiving historical documents. May also be involved in the community outreach of the system redesign (Next Gen RTA).

      The marketing intern will be responsible for organizing and arranging the files in the digital library. Photos need to be accurately labeled and archived for ease of use. Historical documents and photos will need to be digitized and archived according to the records retention program. Other marketing department tasks may be assigned related to this project.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 3/26/2021 
      Position: Public Transit Development Program Intern
      Company / Organization: Greater Cleveland RTA

      The objective of the GCRTA Public Transit Development Program is to promote the career development and advancement of recent graduates and professionals through practical transit operations experience in the public sector. The program supports participants from internship through final placement in the extended rotational program.

      The successful internship candidate will receive practical operations experience in the public sector by leading a meaningful project that adds direct value to the Authority. Each intern will gain skills in operations analytics, public speaking, performance management, and more. For those who successfully complete the 10 week internship, an opportunity to join the two-year Public Transit Development Program may present itself as the next career stop. The goal of both the internship and extended rotational program is to become a well-rounded leader within transit, by learning as much about the whole RTA operation as possible.

      Application Deadline: N/A, however the projected start date for the internship is June 7, 2021.

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 3/26/2021 
      Position: STARS & Resources Intern
      Company / Organization: Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education

      The STARS & Resources Intern assists in submission review of AASHE’s Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS) and provides administrative and technical support in the ongoing development of AASHE resources, particularly related to AASHE’s online resource library, the Campus Sustainability Hub. The intern will work from their virtual home office and will be responsible for using their own personal computer and high-speed internet connection.

      Application Deadline: Applications are due no later than April 16, 2021.

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 3/26/2021 
      Position: Marketing Intern
      Company / Organization: Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education

      Works directly with the Senior Marketing Manager to support the organizational marketing and communications efforts.  You will apply the analytical and business knowledge gained in the classroom in a real-world setting supporting the marketing team to drive social following and digital outreach for key organizational initiatives. During the internship, you will focus on a variety of marketing projects that require a new perspective to deliver results against our immediate and future business goals. The experience requires collaboration and a positive attitude. The intern will work from their virtual home office and will be expected to use their own personal computer and high-speed internet connection.

      Application Deadline: Applications are due no later than April 16, 2021.

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 3/26/2021 
      Position: Two Summer Interns
      Company / Organization: City of Worthington

      The City of Worthington is seeking one to two public administration/public policy graduate students for a summer internship for up to 40 hours per week. Individuals who have just completed a Master’s Degree are also eligible to be considered. Interns will work directly with the City Manager’s Office and administration with a focus on public policy and program development and public communication. This is a great opportunity for individuals interested in a career in city management to gain exposure to the profession in an environment with a history of strong, professional management.

      Application Deadline: April 2, 2021

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 3/26/2021 
      Position: Tremont West 2021 Summer Associate
      Company / Organization: Tremont West / AmeriCorps VISTA

      The Summer Associate will work alongside community members and Tremont West staff to support the Tremont neighborhood’s community gardens and public spaces, Tremont Farmers Market, housing counseling and employment outreach and Arts in August event series. The Summer Associate will be responsible for the coordination of community garden and vacant land/public greenspace reuse projects as well as implementation of the Tremont Towpath Integration Plan. The Tremont Farmers Market serves over 1,000 people weekly. The Associate will assist the Market Manager with various tasks to ensure the market’s success including the promotion of using EBT and Produce Perks at the market. In addition, the Associate will work with program outreach around housing counseling and employment programs. This outreach will include some door-knocking and one-on-one conversations. The Associate will also assist with our Arts in August and Tremont Arts & Cultural Festival series which offers free dance and theatre performances as well as visual arts and community and children’s programming in Tremont’s Lincoln Park. The Associate will be responsible for the creation of an audience survey and distribution at the performances as well as social media marketing.

      Application Deadline: May 5, 2021

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 3/18/2021 
      Position: Intern
      Company / Organization: Lake Humane Society

      Lake Humane Society, a non-profit animal shelter, is looking for qualified interns to work with their Development Department. LHS is seeking interns who can assist with marketing, fundraising, event planning, and other daily tasks.

      The intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced environment and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of non-profit development.

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ 


      Posting Date: 3/13/2021 
      Position: Community & Media Relations Paraprofessional Intern (Part-Time)
      Company / Organization: Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

      Are you a current college student majoring in Communications, Marketing, or Public Relations? Are you passionate about the Northeast Ohio community? We have an internship available where you can help make an impact where you live! The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District is looking for a new Part-Time Paraprofessional Intern in our Administration & External Affairs Department. This 3-month internship is a perfect fit for a student looking for hands-on Media Relations experience. Apply now!

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ 


      Posting Date: 3/13/2021 
      Position: Mayoral Intern (Summer 2021)
      Company / Organization: City of University Heights

      The University Heights Mayoral Internship Program offers college students unique experiential learning opportunities in local government. Selected participants will work closely with the Mayor and Department Directors. Placement will be based on a number of factors, including the student’s interests, experience/skills, as well as the City’s needs. Prospective mayoral interns will be high school graduates currently enrolled in a four-year college or university as undergraduate or graduate students. The ideal candidate will have strong written and oral communication skills, a record of academic achievement, a demonstrated commitment to public service, and an ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Candidates will have strong interpersonal skills and demonstrate an understanding of the importance of maintaining a high level of ethics and integrity in the work environment. All applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 to be considered.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ 


      Posting Date: 3/13/2021 
      Position: Transportation Development Intern
      Company / Organization: Hope for a Cure for ALZ 

      ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Intern will conduct prospect research, develop backgrounders for prospects, develop case statements, submit MOU and proposals.

      ​​​​​​​Application Deadline: N/A

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 3/13/2021 
      Position: Transportation Planner Intern (Planning Intern)
      Company / Organization: Licking County Government 

      This summer internship is an opportunity to work with a local governmental planning office that participates in a variety of community planning aspects such as transportation systems, land use regulation, community planning, grant administration, housing rehabilitation, and floodplain & stormwater planning. The internship position will largely assist the Licking County Area Transportation Study (LCATS) staff in updating and maintaining traffic counts, GIS data and mapping, and document production. In addition, the intern may have opportunities to work on projects involving Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (aka drone) work, event planning, and special projects. The intern may have opportunities to assist other divisions of our office as well on a variety of planning activities that will help supply a broad range of knowledge involving local community planning.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 3/12/2021 
      Position: Marketing & Communications Intern
      Company / Organization: The Cleveland Foundation

      Summary:  The marketing & communications intern will provide support to the entire marketing & communications team, including writing, material development, event planning, research and evaluation. The intern will be responsible to the Chief Marketing Officer with daily supervision provided by the Marketing & Communications Officer. The incumbent will work approximately 14-24 hours per week with increased availability during school breaks, including summers, preferred. As a result of the pandemic, the incumbent will be working remotely for the time being with potential to work in the office in alignment with the foundation’s return-to-work strategy. The intern role is designed to expose and challenge junior or senior level students pursuing a degree in marketing, communications or a related field to all facets of integrated marketing. The internship is designed to follow an academic quarter or semester and may be extended, provided there is additional work available.

      Responsibilities and Expected Outcomes:

      In collaboration with the Marketing & Communications Officer:

      • Develop content for social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and other digital platforms.
      • Provide on-site/virtual event support and assist team with event planning and community relations.
      • Conduct ongoing news media and social media monitoring and research for Cleveland Foundation coverage, message analysis and community foundation sector trends.
      • Generate e-newsletter and blog content.
      • Generate content for internal communications vehicles.
      • Provide Advancement and Grantmaking communications support as needed, particularly copy writing.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 3/10/2021
      Position: Communications Intern
      Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office

      This is an unclassified temporary position. You must be able to commit to a minimum of a 12-week assignment with an option to extend the assignment (120 days maximum) at the discretion of the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor. This internship program provides for a time-limited role at the Prosecutor’s Office and does not express nor imply guaranteed future employment beyond the assignment period.

      REQUIREMENTS: Undergraduate and/or graduate level students must be currently enrolled in a college or university program. Preferred experience/knowledge in communications and criminal justice support. Students must receive college credit, complete an independent study, or receive federal work study funds for placement consideration in this internship opportunity.

      FUNCTION: Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Communications and Public Policy Unit.

      Application Deadline: All materials must be received by April 5, 2021 at 8:30 AM.

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​  


      Posting Date: 3/10/2021 
      Position: Major Trial Unit Intern
      Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office

      This is an unclassified temporary position. You must be able to commit to a minimum of a 12-week assignment with an option to extend the assignment (120 days maximum) at the discretion of the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor. This internship program provides for a time-limited role at the Prosecutor’s Office and does not express nor imply guaranteed future employment beyond the assignment period.

      REQUIREMENTS: Undergraduate and/or graduate level students must be currently enrolled in a college or university program. Preferred experience/knowledge in communications and criminal justice support. Students must receive college credit, complete an independent study, or receive federal work study funds for placement consideration in this internship opportunity.

      FUNCTION: Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Major Trial Unit (MTU). Projects may include assisting in the preparation for trial of homicide and sexual assault cases. In addition, interns will assist in the coordination of a multiple agency review of ongoing homicide and sexual assault investigations. There will also be an opportunity to work on reviewing applications for conviction integrity reviews.

      Application Deadline: All materials must be received by April 5, 2021 at 8:30 AM.

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 3/10/2021  
      Position: Crime Strategies Intern
      Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office

      This is an unclassified temporary position. You must be able to commit to a minimum of a 12-week assignment with an option to extend the assignment (120 days maximum) at the discretion of the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor. This internship program provides for a time-limited role at the Prosecutor’s Office and does not express nor imply guaranteed future employment beyond the assignment period.

      REQUIREMENTS: Undergraduate and/or graduate level students must be currently enrolled in a college or university program. Preferred experience/knowledge in communications and criminal justice support. Students must receive college credit, complete an independent study, or receive federal work study funds for placement consideration in this internship opportunity.

      FUNCTION: Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Crime Strategies Unit. Projects may include supporting the prosecutor’s security map app program, the “Daily Incidents Analysis Report,” and acting as intelligence support for gang and serial offense cases.

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ 


      Posting Date: 2/26/2021
      Position: Financial Policy Intern
      Company / Organization: Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget

      Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget is always looking for enthusiastic interns to join our team! We are a nonpartisan, non-profit organization committed to educating the public on issues with significant fiscal policy impact. Our bipartisan leadership comprises some of the nation's leading budget experts, including many past heads of the House and Senate Budget Committees, the Congressional Budget Office, the Office of Management and Budget, the Government Accountability Office, and the Federal Reserve Board.

      We welcome applications from highly motivated undergraduate or graduate students year-round, though interns typically work for one semester (Fall, Spring, or Summer). Interns may work full-time, or part-time while attending classes in the DC area. Interns work as a full member of our policy team and have the opportunity to participate in a variety of projects according to their specific interest.

      For more information see: http://www.crfb.org/jobs/fiscal-policy-intern​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 1/27/2021
      Position: Summer Intern (Building)
      Company / Organization: City of Brooklyn

      Under direction, performs routine and moderately complex clerical tasks in order to assist with the efficient operation of Building Department; assists Building Commissioner with the administration of the City’s Exterior Maintenance Grant Program; etc.

      Applications for this position are due by April 9, 2021.

      For more information see: Internship Letter | Job Description 


      Posting Date: 1/5/2021
      Position: Urban Planning Intern
      Company / Organization: City of Lakewood

      The City of Lakewood is seeking an Intern to work directly with Planning & Development staff to gain hands-on practical experience working on residential, commercial and planning projects within the City. It is our objective to provide the intern with a multi-disciplinary experience using the latest technology to support his or her work. The intern will spend their time working individually and collaboratively to complete assigned projects within a given timeline. This is a paid internship and a 29-hour work week is preferred.

      The Department of Planning and Development works on a variety of projects involving residential and commercial development, affordable housing, and varied planning functions including resiliency, zoning, and public infrastructure master planning. The intern will gain experience in several areas with a focus on affordable housing programs, implementing federal funded programs, development of design guidelines, supporting the work of our Boards and Commissions, zoning analysis, and other projects as assigned. Some flexibility to attend evening meetings with the community would be desired.

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​  


      Posting Date: 1/5/2021
      Position: Development Intern Haven Home (Remote Internship)
      Company / Organization: Haven Home

      Key Responsibilities
      Supports the Executive Director and Volunteer Coordinator

      Donor Data Entry and Database Maintenance (40%)

      • Enters all donor data from checks, correspondence, and online transactions into database.
      • Updates donor contact information to ensure that records are up-to-date.
      • Explores capabilities of donor management system and shares this knowledge with staff.
      • Enters volunteer hours and engagements in database.

      Donor Relations/Communications (40%)

      • Creates acknowledgments, receipts, invoices and notifications for donors on a timely basis
      • Maintains donor confidentially and ensures compliance with related policies.
      • Seeks new processes to increase the efficacy of the donor collection and stewardship process.
      • Provides support in the creation and distribution of donor communications and appeals. Seeks new processes to increase the efficacy of the donor collection and stewardship process.

      Volunteer Engagement (20%)

      • Working with staff, helps determine volunteer projects and maintain/update organization information and volunteer project list.
      • Ensures project volunteers are appropriately vetted as needed.

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ 


      Posting Date: 1/4/2021
      Position: Tavern Coffeehouse Development Intern
      Company / Organization: Tavern Coffeehouse

      The Tavern Coffeehouse Development Intern will support the startup nonprofit by supporting the board of directors in their capital campaign.

      The Development Intern has the following responsibilities and duties:

      • Collaborate with the Board of Directors on the capital campaign
      • Supporting the execution of the strategic plan for the coffeehouse
      • Identify prospective individual and corporate donors and develop strategies to cultivate those relationships
      • Plan at least one fundraising event for the organization
      • Design a donor relation program for the campaign
      • Any other support to board of directors

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ 


      Posting Date: 12/17/2020
      Positions: See Below
      Company / Organization: The Presidents’ Council - An Engine for Black Business Growth

      1) Administrative Intern
      ​​​​​​​
      Key Responsibilities:

      • Answer phones and direct all incoming calls to the appropriate party promptly and efficiently
      • Retrieving mail
      • Bank deposits
      • File
      • Assist staff as assigned on special projects such as fundraising events, golf outing, annual
      • meeting and other organizational events
      • Copying, mailing and faxing
      • Ensure office organization and cleanliness
      • Other tasks as assigned 

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

      2) Program & Data Analyst

      Key Responsibilities:
      Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Programs & Data Analyst Associate Intern will partake in the following activities:

      • The ideal candidate will have an extraordinary commitment to making a difference in the community we
      • serve and chasing delegated tasks. NO EXCUSES.
      • Provide data management and analysis for studies and maintain assigned projects
      • Use data source to identify and report programmatic needs
      • Participate in strategic planning regarding program development and improvement
      • Perform data validation and quality control checks to ensure adherence to program goals
      • Design, produce, and implement distribution plan of data reports providing performance
      • insights and recommendations for improvement; escalating identified risks appropriately
      • Facilitate broad collaboration with clear communications and documentation
      • Develop and manage relationships with stakeholders

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

      3) PC Scholars Intern

      • Provide support to program staff on special projects and day-to-day operations.
      • Follow up with instructors and community leaders for program sessions, meetings, and events.
      • Assist in ensuring instructors and participants have the support they need and are set up for success in program
      • sessions and events.
      • Assist with special event planning as well as attend these events ( 1 to 2 times a month)
      • Help coordinate and assemble fundraising mailings (addressing, folding, stuffing, sealing and stamping of mass
      • mailings).
      • Assist with general office tasks (filing, copying, organizing digital photos, mail, etc.) as needed.
      • Create, enter and edit data in Excel databases.
      • Confirm attendance for program sessions, meetings and special events.
      • Assist with ad hoc research and communications projects
      • Assist with program recruitment efforts
      • Assist program coordinator connect with PC Scholar Alumni
      • Website and database management
      • Other tasks as assigned.

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 12/10/2020
      Position: Fund Development Intern - Spring
      Company / Organization: Girl Scouts of North East Ohio

      The Fund Development work study student under the supervision of the Coordinator, Fund Development, will experience in fundraising strategies, prospect research, and donor relations at the Girl Scouts of North East Ohio.

      Responsibilities:

      • Conduct prospect research and create targeted lists identifying strong funder prospects; identify relationships with existing donors and volunteers; create research profiles for high potential prospects
      • Research trends and emerging research related to GSNEO’s mission to enhance proposals
      • Assist in writing proposals and thank you letters to funders
      • Become familiar and assist with the organizational Fund Development department functions
      • Be guided in all actions by the Girl Scout Mission, Promise, and Law

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 3/10/2021
      Position: Communications Intern
      Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office

      This is an unclassified temporary position. You must be able to commit to a minimum of a 12-week assignment with an option to extend the assignment (120 days maximum) at the discretion of the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor. This internship program provides for a time-limited role at the Prosecutor’s Office and does not express nor imply guaranteed future employment beyond the assignment period.

      REQUIREMENTS: Undergraduate and/or graduate level students must be currently enrolled in a college or university program. Preferred experience/knowledge in communications and criminal justice support. Students must receive college credit, complete an independent study, or receive federal work study funds for placement consideration in this internship opportunity.

      FUNCTION: Interns will work to support the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Communications and Public Policy Unit.

      Application Deadline: All materials must be received by April 5, 2021 at 8:30 AM.

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​  


      Posting Date: 3/26/2021 
      Position: Two Summer Interns
      Company / Organization: City of Worthington

      The City of Worthington is seeking one to two public administration/public policy graduate students for a summer internship for up to 40 hours per week. Individuals who have just completed a Master’s Degree are also eligible to be considered. Interns will work directly with the City Manager’s Office and administration with a focus on public policy and program development and public communication. This is a great opportunity for individuals interested in a career in city management to gain exposure to the profession in an environment with a history of strong, professional management.

      Application Deadline: April 2, 2021

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      P​​​​​​​osting Date: 12/01/2020
      Position: Management Intern Program
      Company / Organization: The City of Phoenix

      The City of Phoenix Management Intern Program is a nationally recognized program that has been training future municipal leaders since 1950. More than 207 former participants have achieved success in all levels of government as well as in the private sector. If you are interested in a rewarding and challenging public service career, this is an excellent opportunity to apply to work in an award-winning, world-renowned municipal corporation in one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States. Their full-time program is similar to a one-year, paid fellowship. The annual recruitment is open to talented individuals holding a master’s degree or those who will satisfactorily complete all coursework for a master’s degree by the end of June each year. City employees are encouraged to apply.

      Application Deadline: 01/19/2021

      ​​​​​​​For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 12/15/2020
      Position: Paul Gerhardt Jr. Internship - Summer 2021
      Company / Organization: 1000 Friends of Oregon

      The intern will work on one or two large projects, such as 1000 Friends’ efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through linking land use and transportation planning, climate-friendly energy policies, ensuring communities plan for affordable and diverse housing, or to preserve farmland. The intern might also work on smaller, short-term projects to gain a better understanding of Oregon’s land use system. Supervision will be provided by the 1000 Friends’ staff member overseeing each project.

      Application Deadline: March 3, 2021

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​ 


      Posting Date: 12/09/2020
      Position: Marketing intern
      Company / Organization: The Cleveland Museum of Natural History (CMNH)

      The Cleveland Museum of Natural History (CMNH) seeking a dynamic, creative and energetic individual who is passionate about the Museum and its mission; exhibits strong interpersonal and organizational skills; is looking for new challenges; and enjoys working with people of all ages. Marketing intern will help promote awareness of their award-winning virtual school programs to teachers, schools, administrators, libraries, and other audiences who would be interested in their virtual programming. The Museum has won the Pinnacle Award for outstanding distance learning programs for eight consecutive years, but many educators, schools, and organizations still don’t know about our virtual interactive video programs.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ 


      Posting Date: 11/17/2020
      Position: Arts & Museum Internships
      Company / Organization: Studio Institute

      Studio Institute is looking for Arts & Museum Interns. The Interns will get $15 per hour. The Intern will gain career experience at a museum or other cultural organization in Cleveland. Internships are available in departments such as: curatorial, collections, marketing, education, and archives.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 10/21/2020
      Position: Intern
      Company / Organization: U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown - Ohio offices

      Interns in U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown's Ohio offices work on a wide range of projects with staff in an administrative capacity to address constituent requests and concerns. Interns will spend time speaking with constituents on the phone or at special events, and assist the staff with casework requests.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 10/21/2020
      Position: Fundraising & Development Intern
      Company / Organization: After-School All-Stars Cleveland

      ASAS is currently seeking a passionate and talented Fundraising & Development Intern. The Fundraising & Development Intern is responsible for assisting the Development & Marketing Manager with development and fundraising events and projects. The intern will assist the core job functions of the ASAS Cleveland Development Team. The Fundraising & Development Intern will be given a minimum of 1 project that will contribute to the success of the Cleveland Chapter’s fundraising and development projects and events.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 10/21/2020
      Position: Social Media Intern
      Company / Organization: After-School All-Stars Cleveland

      ASAS Cleveland is seeking a Social Media Intern to work with our staff and students to help tell our story. The Social Media Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about sharing ASAS Cleveland’s story with our audience. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth, and the ability to build relationships with K–8th grade students. The Social Media Intern’s mission is to ensure ASAS Cleveland is telling their All-Stars’ stories in a safe and healthy environment. The Social Media Intern will work to share our stories to our current audience and continuously strive to reach more individuals, companies, organizations, and followers while also having the opportunity to share their media outreach background with our All-Star students!

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 09/16/2020
      Position: Law Clerks
      Company / Organization: City of East Cleveland City Hall

      Duties:

      • Law clerk(s) work a minimum of 20 hours per week must have reliable transportation or the ability to move freely to meetings and other assignments.
      • Reviews current legislation and ordinances for modification; to determine conflicts in the law; and to assist in revising or writing new legislation that is not conflicting with state or federal laws and regulations.
      • Researches law by studying laws, statutes, constitutions, regulations, court opinions, including precedents and reasoning, and trends using standard print texts and computers; preparing legal memorandum.
      • Ability to effectively write briefs and filings as needed.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 08/25/2020
      Position: Programs & Data Analyst Associate Intern
      Company / Organization: The Presidents’ Council

      The Presidents’ Council, located in downtown Cleveland with convenient access to public transportation, seeks to hire a high energy Programs & Data Analyst Associate Intern who is comfortable supporting the translation of complex ideas into digestible data presentations. It is necessary for the Intern to have strong communication skills and the ability to juggle multiple projects while meeting timeline expectations.

      Responsibilities:

      • The ideal candidate will have an extraordinary commitment to making a difference in the community we serve and chasing delegated tasks. (No excuses.)
      • Provide data management and analysis for studies and maintain assigned projects
      • Use data source to identify and report programmatic needs
      • Participate in strategic planning regarding program development and improvement
      • Perform data validation and quality control checks to ensure adherence to program goals
      • Design, produce, and implement distribution plan of data reports providing performance insights and recommendations for improvement; escalating identified risks appropriately
      • Facilitate broad collaboration with clear communications and documentation
      • Develop and manage relationships with stakeholders.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more Information about this position click here.​


      Posting Date: 08/25/2020
      Position: Administrative Intern
      Company / Organization: The Presidents’ Council

      The Presidents’ Council, located in downtown Cleveland with convenient access to public transportation, seeks to hire a high energy Administrative Intern to assist the Office Administrator with daily office functions. As an intern you are expected to work 15-20 hours a week.

      Responsibilities:

      • Answer phones and direct all incoming calls to the appropriate party promptly and efficiently
      • Retrieving mail
      • Bank deposits
      • File
      • Assist staff as assigned on special projects such as fundraising events, golf outing, annual meeting and other organizational events
      • Copying, mailing and faxing
      • Ensure office organization and cleanliness
      • Other tasks as assigned 

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more Information about this position click here.​


      Posting Date: 07/29/2020
      Position: Grant Writing Intern
      Company / Organization: MajorCare Ministries

      MajorCare Ministries is looking for a grant writing intern. It is their mission to empower individuals and families to take authority over their lives through education, recreation and prevention. It is their vision to eliminate Illiteracy, Hopelessness and Unhealthy Mental Health.

      Responsibilities:

      • Accurate and timely production of final proposals.
      • Initiate and maintain relationship with grantors. Track and document communications.
      • Assist with updating and maintaining MajorCare donor database.
      • Research potential major donors.
      • Assist with donor outreach and cultivating.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more Information about this position click here.​


      Posting Date: 07/23/2020
      Position: College Intern/Co-op
      Company / Organization: Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency

      NOACA is looking for a civil engineering or transportation planning college intern/Co-op. This position involves learning and applying basic planning and engineering skills to assigned tasks, under close supervision in an office environment. The College Intern/Co-op is a temporary. The College Intern/Co-op is responsible for learning and applying the skills needed to perform assigned tasks and assisting other staff members with assigned tasks. The College Intern/Co-op may work on transportation and/or environmental planning efforts, as assigned at the time of hire, in furtherance of the mission of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) as a metropolitan planning organization (MPO) and areawide water quality management agency. Engineering interns/Co-ops will work under direct supervision of a licensed professional engineer.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 07/23/2020
      Position: Grant Writing Intern
      Company / Organization: MajorCare Ministries Inc.

      MajorCare Ministries is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Serving the communities of Cleveland, Ohio. They empower individuals and families to take authority over their lives through education, recreation and prevention. 

      Responsibilities:

      • Accurate and timely production of final proposals.
      • Initiate and maintain relationship with grantors. Track and document communications.
      • Assist with updating and maintaining MajorCare donor database.
      • Research potential major donors.
      • Assist with donor outreach and cultivating

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 06/23/2020
      ​​​​​​​Position: Urban Planning Intern
      Company: City of Lakewood

      The City of Lakewood is seeking an Intern to work directly with planning department staff to gain hands-on practical experience working on residential, commercial and planning projects within the City. It is our objective to provide the intern with a multi-disciplinary experience using the latest technology to support his or her work. The intern will spend their time working individually and collaboratively to complete assigned projects within a given timeline. This is a paid internship and a 30 hour work week is preferred.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      For more Information about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 09/28/2020
      Position: 2021 Summer Scholar: Community Development (Economic Research & Outreach)
      Company: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

      Requirements:

      • Currently pursuing Bachelor’s or Masters degree in Economics, Public Administration, Public Policy, Urban Studies or related field (Masters preferred). Minimum GPA of 3.0. 
      • Strong writing and interpersonal skills.
      • Strong computer/technical skills required. Experience collecting, manipulating and analyzing large datasets (Excel required, SAS or STATA a plus).
      • Ability to work in a deadline driven environment and have ability to multitask.
      • Problem Solving Skills: 1) Interpersonal communication: Requires communicating well with people at different levels, frequently sharing information with others while listening to and understanding their points of view. 2) Logical analysis: Requires thinking through and solving problems step by step, often looking beyond the obvious solution to a problem and digging deeper for the best solution.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      Job # 265341

      For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 09/21/2020
      Position: Leadership Development Intern
      Company: Cleveland Foundation

      The Leadership Development Intern will report to the Program Director for Leadership Development to assist with planning and implementation of the Cleveland Foundation Public Service Fellowship, outreach and management of the Summer Internship Program, data collection and analysis of scholarship recipient metrics, and research assistance for ongoing initiatives. The position will work as a part of an internal, cross functional team to meet program and grant making objectives.

      Responsibilities:

      • Assist with planning and implementation of the CF Public Service Fellowship.
      • Assist with TCF Summer Internship program.
      • Serve as a research and writing assistant to help gather information and conduct analysis.
      • Compile updated grant making histories, reporting, trending of specific funds and/or interest area.
      • Conduct additional research, data compilation, and attend convenings related to ongoing initiatives such as Encore Cleveland.

      Application Deadline: 10/04/2020

      For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 11/02/2020
      Position: Key Intern
      Company: The Cleveland Orchestra

      The Cleveland Orchestra is currently accepting applications for our 2021 Key Intern Program. The Key Intern Program provides a paid internship opportunity for an African-American, Hispanic, Latino, or other ethnic minority college student who is interested in gaining hands-on experience in arts management. The internship offers the student a unique opportunity to work with a world-class Orchestra and gain valuable experience in areas such as Development, Marketing, Communications and Education.  The internship will take place between January and March and requires a 7-8 week (sequential) commitment, with approximately 10+ hours each week in a flexible schedule that accommodates the student’s studies. The internship will be a combination of remote and on-site work. A flat stipend of $2,500 is provided, in two payments. The internship is awarded through a competitive application process. 

      Application Deadline: 11/25/2020.

      For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 07/29/2020
      Position: Grant Writing Intern
      Company: MajorCare Ministries

      MajorCare Ministries is looking for a grant writing intern. It is their mission to empower individuals and families to take authority over their lives through education, recreation and prevention. It is their vision to eliminate Illiteracy, Hopelessness and Unhealthy Mental Health.

      Responsibilities:

      • Accurate and timely production of final proposals.
      • Initiate and maintain relationship with grantors. Track and document communications.
      • Assist with updating and maintaining MajorCare donor database.
      • Research potential major donors.
      • Assist with donor outreach and cultivating.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      For more Information about this position click here.​


      Posting Date: 07/23/2020
      Position: College Intern/Co-op
      Company: Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency

      NOACA is looking for a civil engineering or transportation planning college intern/Co-op. This position involves learning and applying basic planning and engineering skills to assigned tasks, under close supervision in an office environment. The College Intern/Co-op is a temporary. The College Intern/Co-op is responsible for learning and applying the skills needed to perform assigned tasks and assisting other staff members with assigned tasks. The College Intern/Co-op may work on transportation and/or environmental planning efforts, as assigned at the time of hire, in furtherance of the mission of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) as a metropolitan planning organization (MPO) and areawide water quality management agency. Engineering interns/Co-ops will work under direct supervision of a licensed professional engineer.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 07/23/2020
      Position: Grant Writing Intern
      Company: MajorCare Ministries Inc.

      MajorCare Ministries is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Serving the communities of Cleveland, Ohio. They empower individuals and families to take authority over their lives through education, recreation and prevention. 

      Responsibilities:

      • Accurate and timely production of final proposals.
      • Initiate and maintain relationship with grantors. Track and document communications.
      • Assist with updating and maintaining MajorCare donor database.
      • Research potential major donors.
      • Assist with donor outreach and cultivating

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 07/20/2020
      Position: Social Media Intern
      Company: After-School All-Stars

      ASAS Cleveland is seeking a Social Media Intern to work with their staff and students to help tell their story. The Social Media Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about sharing ASAS Cleveland’s story with their audience. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth, and the ability to build relationships with K – 8th grade students. The Social Media Intern’s mission is to ensure ASAS Cleveland is telling their All-Stars’ stories in a safe and healthy environment. The Social Media Intern will work to share their stories to their current audience and continuously strive to reach more individuals, companies, organizations, and followers while also having the opportunity to share their media outreach background with All-Star students!

      Responsibilities:

      • Identify, evaluate and choose the most relevant social media channels for ASAS Social Media postings.
      • Monitor and analyze social media analytics such as reach and engagement.
      • Encourage community partners, other organizations, staff, students and families to participate in social media conversations.
      • Raise brand awareness and protect brand equity by administering a social media marketing campaign using appropriate social media channels.
      • Identify and document social media best practices.
      • Assist the Development & Marketing Manager in developing and managing strategic partnerships online.
      • Use software or online tools, like Canva, to create engaging and eye-catching social media posts and visuals.
      • Visit school sites to teach our students about social media outreach (dependent on schedule).
      • Visit school sites to teach our students about post-secondary education and careers in social media (dependent on schedule).

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 06/23/2020

      Position: Urban Planning Intern
      Company: City of Lakewood

      The City of Lakewood is seeking an Intern to work directly with planning department staff to gain hands-on practical experience working on residential, commercial and planning projects within the City. It is our objective to provide the intern with a multi-disciplinary experience using the latest technology to support his or her work. The intern will spend their time working individually and collaboratively to complete assigned projects within a given timeline. This is a paid internship and a 30 hour work week is preferred.

      Application Deadline: N/A.

      For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 4/7/2020
      Position: Strategic Planning Intern 
      Company: A Pause 4 the Cause

      The Internship:

      Working with the Executive Director, the Intern will research and report on the following and write the agency’s strategic plan:

      • Internal Assessment - comprehensive review of operational factors (strengths and weaknesses) impacting the organization’s capacity to meet goals
      • Competitive Analysis
      • Market/Customer Profile
      • SWOT Analysis
      • Identifying strategic issues facing AP4TC
      • Updated mission/vision/values/statement
      • Strategic/Action Plan for 3 to 5 years and budget

      Application deadline: N\A

      For more information about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 4/6/2020
      Position: Multiple Position 
      Company: American Civil Liberties Union

      American Civil Liberties Union is looking for the next generation of leaders who dare to create a more perfect union. At the ACLU, they have been dedicated to expanding their fight for civil liberties and civil rights for nearly 100 years. Join them in building a better future for everyone in America for the next 100 years.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more information about these positions please click here.


      Posting Date: 3/30/2020
      Position: Internal Audit Intern
      Company: Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority
       
      The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority is seeking an Internal Audit Intern to assist the Internal Audit Department. This is a temporary summer intern position.

      Responsibilities:

      Under the supervision of the Executive Director of Internal Audit, the Internal Audit Intern will perform auditing tasks as assigned. Audit work will include a mix of independent projects and working in teams. The Internal Audit Intern will receive the opportunity to attend seminars, conferences and other training opportunities related to Audit.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more information about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 3/26/2020
      Position: Student and Volunteer Attorney Internships
      Company: EEOC Cleveland Field Office

      The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Cleveland Field Office has internship opportunities for undergraduate students (who have completed their sophomore year of college), law students, and graduate students starting in May 2020.

      The EEOC is the federal agency charged with enforcing federal laws prohibiting employment discrimination, including the Equal Pay Act of 1963, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 (GINA).

      The Enforcement Unit investigates charges of discrimination filed against private employers. The Hearings Unit adjudicates claims of employment discrimination involving federal agencies. The Hearings Unit only accepts law students as interns.

      Internships are unpaid volunteer positions, but we will assist students with their applications for academic credit, externships, or external stipends.

      Open positions:

      1. Enforcement Internship
      2. Hearings Unit Internship

      Application Deadline: Applications for 2020 summer internships must be received by April 10, 2020.  Applications for the fall semester 2020 must be received by July 1, 2020. Applications for the spring semester 2021 must be received by November 2, 2020. However, positions may be filled as needed so students are encouraged to apply earlier.

      For more information about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 3/26/2020
      Position: Project Based Interns
      Company: Rock Hall

      Rock Hall is looking for talented career driven undergrad and graduate school students to support Rock Hall initiatives. The Rock Hall offers project based internships which allows their interns to apply the skills they have learned at college in a fast paced and exciting work environment during the summer and fall and spring semesters.

      To learn more about a specific internship, please click on the following links to read an internship description:     

      Application Deadline: N/A


      Posting Date: 3/20/2020
      Position: College Intern Database
      Company: City of Akron

      This is training-level work in conjunction with a college or university baccalaureate or graduate program. An employee in this class performs work in support of professional personnel as part of a coordinated program of employment and instruction with a college or university leading to a baccalaureate or graduate degree.

      Responsibilities:

      • Receives training and performs duties in support of professional personnel within an assigned department or division of the City  
      • Performs tasks to acquire knowledge of methods, procedures and standards required for successful performance
      • Provides assistance with assigned projects
      • Contacts other City departments, divisions, outside agencies, or citizens to gather information as needed
      • Collects, compiles, and analyzes data.  Assists in the preparation of reports
      • Specific activities vary by department/division.  
      • Performs related work as required

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 3/12/2020
      Position: Summer Special Events Intern
      Company: North Coast Harbor

      A Summer Special Events Intern needed to coordinate summer programming at North Coast Harbor’s Voinovich Bicentennial Park.

      Event Portfolio:

      • North Coast Namaste (Tuesdays June 2- Sept 29, 6pm -7pm)
      • Lakefront Leagues (Wednesdays May 13- Sept 30, 6pm-9pm)
      • Ship Shape Running Club (Thursdays May 21-Sept 24, 6pm-7pm)
      • Kids Fish CLE for Free (July 21) • North Coast Inaugural Bocce Tournament (June 12 & 13)
      • North Coast Harbor 15K, 10K & 5K Run (October 19) ** • Ice Fest at North Coast Harbor (January 2021)

      For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 3/3/2020
      Position: City Management Intern 
      Company: The City of Cleveland Heights

      The City of Cleveland Heights City Management Intern works with the City Manager and the executive leadership team to gain an understanding of local government management over a period of 10-12 weeks. The goals for the intern will be to: 1) apply the principles of public administration in a local government management setting; 2) become comfortable with the underlying public service ethics and values evidenced in good local government management to include a high degree of respect for elected officials, community building and ethical leadership; 3) gain an understanding of how to work collaboratively to accomplish strategic goals and effectively communicate progress to the community; and, 4) engage in regular interactions with the City Manager, City staff, elected officials, and community partners to provide a wide range of experience in local government management. As a part-time, temporary position, the intern will work an average of approximately 20 hours per week, which may fluctuate up or down by mutual agreement.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 2/20/2020
      Position: PR & Community Development Marketing Intern
      Company: Greater Cleveland Aquarium/Splash Fund

      Greater Cleveland Aquarium/Splash Fund is seeking a PR & Community Development Marketing Intern to assist the marketing department with creating an active presence within the community by becoming a Splash Fund/ Greater Cleveland Aquarium brand ambassador. Collaborate with and learn from experienced Greater Cleveland Aquarium employees while expanding marketing skills, knowledge and experience. This is a unique opportunity to learn what goes into marketing at a young city attraction. This program covers a variety of marketing experiences, with a heavy focus on PR and media. 

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 2/20/2020
      Position: Education Department Intern
      Company: Greater Cleveland Aquarium/Splash Fund

      Greater Cleveland Aquarium/Splash Fund is seeking a Education Department Intern to bring together the love of teaching and love of science at the Greater Cleveland Aquarium. Here an intern can shadow aquarium educators to gain hands-on experience in the areas of education program delivery, program development, and classroom management. Intern will gain valuable experience for a career in informal science education or formal classroom teaching.

      Requirements:

      • Be currently enrolled in a college or university
      • Major in elementary education, biology, environmental science, or related field
      • Have a minimum of one year of course work in the major field of study
      • General knowledge of education fundamentals and basic science – knowledge of aquatic life preferred
      • Must be motivated to work both independently and as part of a team
      • Take and carry out multiple instructions in a timely manner
      • Previous experience working with children preferred
      • Complete a final project
      • Pass required background check

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 2/19/2020
      Position: Development Intern
      Company: After-School All-Stars (ASAS)

      After-School All-Stars (ASAS) Cleveland is seeking a Development Intern to work with the Development & Marketing Manager to assist with development and fundraising events and projects. The Development Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about sharing ASAS Cleveland’s story with current and potential new donors. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality and passionate about serving youth. The Development Intern’s mission is to ensure ASAS Cleveland is successful in their development and fundraising efforts. The Development Intern will assist with the core job functions of the ASAS Cleveland Development team. The Development Intern will be given a minimum of one project that will contribute to the success of fundraising and development projects. They will gain experience working directly with ASAS Cleveland fundraising. Duties will include assisting in the execution of major fundraising projects and events, such as the TopGolf Fundraising Event, Cleveland Kickball Tournament Event, Annual Appeals, etc. They will aid the Development & Marketing Manager and perform duties as needed. The objective of this internship is to foster the development of the intern by working with all levels of the office to complete projects and learn both professionally and personally about ASAS Cleveland and the non-profit industry.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.  


      Posting Date: 2/7/2020
      Position: Administrative Intern 
      Company: Cleveland Transformation Alliance

      Cleveland Transformation Alliance (CTA) seeks an energetic person to engage with our staff, board, and contractors. The Administrative Intern will be asked to work with the next Executive Director to help organize the office, perform data entry, and engage in other administrative    functions such as communicating with the public by electronic communication and phone. The Administrative Intern will be considered an important member of the CTA team, and may be called upon to help with other administrative tasks. 

      Responsibilities:

      • Work with Executive Director to move and organize office assets
      • Create an inventory of office assets, and files
      • Organize electronic files
      • Assist in instituting and updating a relationship database
      • Assist efforts to grow the organization’s social media profiles and email lists
      • Assist in creating content for organizational newsletters, brochures, and other educational materials
      • Assist in updating website content
      • Other duties as needed to support the Executive Director 

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 2/6/2020
      Position: Community Outreach Intern
      Company: Courage to Caregivers

      Courage to Caregivers is looking for dynamic and enthusiastic team members to join them. This is an exciting opportunity for you to partner with a growing organization and to contribute to their success. If you have a professional, positive attitude with a growth mindset and entrepreneurial spirit, read on.

      The competencies that Courage to Caregivers is looking for in this position are planning and organizing, results orientation, communication, and problem solving. This is an un-paid internship with anticipated need for 15-20 hours each week. Hours are flexible based on your needs and the needs of the organization.     

      Responsibilities: The Community Outreach Intern will report directly to the Community Outreach Coordinator and will work
      collaboratively with the Community Outreach Coordinator and Executive Director to provide:

      • Communications and Marketing Support

      o Distribute marketing materials
      o Participate in community meetings and events as a team member
      o Execute strategic marketing plan
      o Attend Community Outreach Committee meetings
      o Assist with implementation of strategic stakeholder engagement process
      o Contribute with implementation of editorial calendar including weekly emails and social media 

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 2/6/2020
      Position: Nonprofit Management Intern
      Company: Courage to Caregivers

      Courage to Caregivers is looking for dynamic and enthusiastic team members to join them. This is an exciting opportunity for you to partner with a growing organization and to contribute to their success. If you have a professional, positive attitude with a growth mindset and entrepreneurial spirit, read on.

      The competencies that Courage to Caregivers is looking for in this position are planning and organizing, results orientation, communication, and problem solving. This is an un-paid internship with anticipated need for 15-20 hours each week. Hours are flexible based on your needs and the needs of the organization.     

      Responsibilities: The Nonprofit Management Intern will report directly to the Executive Director and will work collaboratively with the Program Coordinator and Executive Director to provide:

      • Program Support

      o Support to Breathing Meditation and Support Group programs
      o Assist in development of virtual programing
      o Research of trauma-informed best practices for future programing
      o Explore and create a timeline for future accreditation process

      • General Nonprofit Support

      o Grant-writing
      o Strategic planning
      o Special event fundraising
      o Streamlining of technology      

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 1/14/2020

      Position: Several Internships
      Company: Mario Clopton-Zymler

      Finance/Fundraising Intern
      This intern will: help manage candidate call time, donor databases, coordinate fundraising events in consultation with the campaign staff, and staff the candidate at events and meetings as needed. The best candidate will have good verbal, written and electronic communication skills and the ability to connect with people is a must. 

      Communications Intern
      This intern will ensure all public communication adhere to the campaign’s  mission, vision and message. This intern will: assist in managing the campaign website and social networks, develop campaign literature and coordinate messaging in consultation with the campaign staff. This intern will be expected to staff the candidate at various events and meetings as needed.  Writing and organizational skills are a must. The best candidate will have campaign experience, experience in basic website development, and social media competency. 

      Field Intern
      This intern will design and manage a voter contact plan. They will manage the operations of phone banks, canvassing, house meetings, and visibility. They will assist with tracking numbers, data collection and entry, volunteer trainings, document production and overall organization. This intern will staff the candidate and meetings and events as needed. 

      Volunteer Coordinator Intern
      Manages the volunteer "intake" in the field office, making this intern the first point of contact for volunteers. Will know where to direct volunteer efforts on any given day, whether it be phone banking, canvassing, attending an event, sign-making, etc. These interns will really set the tone for enthusiasm and productivity in the offices. Must be personable, responsible and a self-starter. This position could be combined with the field intern position. 

      Application Deadline: N/A. 

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 1/14/2020
      Position: Spring/Summer Intern
      Company: Northeast Ohio Hispanic Center for Economic Development

      NEOHCED is home to Northeast Ohio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Small Business Development Center. The Center provides technical assistance training to individuals looking to start or grow their businesses while encouraging economic development. NEOHCED has grown into a comprehensive business support center, serving over 400 clients annually. NEOHCED has earned a reputation for quality programming, serving and appealing to not just Hispanic/Latino-owned businesses but to the broader business community as well. To help alleviate neighborhood blight and poverty, NEOHCED has engaged in community development efforts to stabilize and revitalize the retail district within the community. Our approach is done on a hyper-local scale, to help encourage the economic growth of La Villa Hispana. La Villa Hispana is part of a place-making initiative that gives cultural identity to a neighborhood located in the Clark-Fulton district on Cleveland’s near Westside. The Clark-Fulton neighborhood contains the highest density of Latinos in the State of Ohio.

      Responsibilities:
      • Provide support to program staff on day to day operations and special projects
      • Assist with social media and marketing campaigns
      • Assist with fundraising and grant writing
      • Support with special event planning & coordination
      • Provide community outreach and engagement support
      • Gain experience in the community development, business development and non-profit fields
      • Special projects and other duties as assigned

      Application Deadline: N/A. 

      For more details about this position please click here. 


      Posting Date: 1/7/2020
      Position: Marketing Intern
      Company: Famicos Foundation 

      Famicos Foundation, Cleveland’s oldest nonprofit community development corporation, is searching for a marketing intern for the spring 2020 semester and/or beyond. In 2020, Famicos Foundation is celebrating its 50th anniversary of incorporation. The Marketing Intern will assist the Marketing Manager in creating marketing materials for the 50th Anniversary festivities, which will include a fundraising campaign and events. Materials will be both digital and print. The intern will also be photographing events, posting on social media channels, creating YouTube videos, and creating email campaigns.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here. 


      Posting Date: 10/31/2019
      Position:  Project Star Intern
      Company: Cleveland Rape Crisis Center

      The Project Star Intern is responsible for providing support to the Project Star Manager through research, directly working with clients, and outreach. 

      Principle Duties and Responsibilities:

      • Attend and successfully complete Volunteer training
      • Direct outreach to CRCC clients, including referral calls, check-ins, and updates
      • Coordinate and attend meetings in regards to client cases
      • Attend court hearings and support clients through the criminal and civil justice systems with a trauma informed approach
      • Research best practices in regards to programming, interventions, trends, and new legislation around issues of human trafficking
      • Attend outreach events to educate the community about Project Star and CRCC services 
      • Facilitate Human Trafficking Training by end of internship

      Qualifications:

      • Working toward an Associate’s degree or above in Criminology, Sociology, Psychology, Criminal Justice, or related field
      • Bilingual preferred
      • Committed to the mission of CRCC to prevent sexual violence, serve, and advocate for survivors
      • Ability to connect with others, quickly establish rapport, and forge strong relationships
      • Ability to follow up and follow through when faced with communication and partnership challenges
      • Skilled at remaining calm and clear-headed in stressful or unanticipated situations
      • Ability to maintain confidentiality
      • Possess the ability to have cultural humility while working with unserved, underserved, inadequately served, marginalized and vulnerable populations
      • Self-starter, highly motivated, keen attention to detail
      • Adaptability
      • Excellent organizational skills and skilled in Microsoft Office
      • Valid OH driver's license and reliable transportation

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 10/31/2019
      Position:  Training Institute Intern
      Company: Cleveland Rape Crisis Center

      We are seeking a highly motivated intern at Cleveland Rape Crisis Center that is dedicated to supporting survivors of rape and sexual abuse. Under the direction of the Chief Advocacy Officer, this successful individual will assist with the marketing, procurement and logistics for the agency’s Training Institute. This will include, but is not limited to:

      Principle Duties and Responsibilities:

      • Attend Internship training, including Ambassador training
      • Research and promote training opportunities locally and nationally
      • Research material for trainings by gathering content (i.e. images, video clips, peer-reviewed articles)
      • Handle logistics and administrative tasks associated with trainings, including CEU materials
      • Submit proposals for trainings and speaking engagements
      • Market existing trainings and trainers by calling coalitions and other organizations 

      Qualifications:

      • Currently enrolled in a college/university pursing a degree in training & development, business, marketing, communication, media or gender studies, or a related field.
      • Committed to the mission of CRCC to prevent sexual violence, serve, and advocate for survivors
      • Skilled in online research and analytical skills
      • Highly motivated and a creative thinker
      • Excellent oral and written communication skills
      • Strong project management and follow-up skills
      • Proficient in MS PowerPoint and other Microsoft Office applications
      • Extremely organized and thorough attention to detail
      • A self-starter with the ability to work independently with minimal supervision
      • Perform other duties as assigned

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 10/31/2019
      Position:  Social Media Intern
      Company: Women’s Business Center (WBC)

      The Women’s Business Center (WBC) housed within the Economic Community Development Institute (ECDI), is looking for a savvy, confident, and enthusiastic Social Media Intern. You will responsible for creating brand awareness for the WBC, which includes developing strategic marketing materials tailored to increase memberships to our Center. Managing day to day posts on Facebook, Instagram, and developing a presence on Twitter is also necessary. You will be maintaining the website along with adding events and maintaining the calendar. Excellent writing and communications skills are essential. This position will also manage the reception area. Welcoming guests with a positive and friendly disposition is imperative. Individuals with a good sense of humor, follow-through, go-with-the-flow attitude, and creativity are welcome to apply.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 10/31/2019
      Position: Service Management Intern
      Company: Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA)

      The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority is seeking an Service Management Intern to assist the Service Management Department.

      Duties: Under the supervision of the Service Planning Team Leader, the Service Management Intern will assist with a wide variety of professional service design/delivery planning activities including updates to the Bus Stop Inventory, processing and analysis of Bus Stop and Route data, and various mapping tasks. Fieldwork will be required as a part of these activities.

      Minimum Requirements:  Applicants must have completed at least two year's worth of college credits. Interest in public transit and urban planning is desired. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and other mapping software experience is preferred. Applicants must be organized and able to work independently with a close attention to detail. Applicants must demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills. Applicants must have experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Applicants must have a valid driver's license. Work will generally occur during weekday business hours.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 10/21/2019
      Position: Alumni Engagement Internship
      Company: Neighborhood Leadership Institute

      Neighborhood Leadership Institute is looking to hire a self-motivated, detail-oriented student intern for Fall 2019 through Spring 202 to assist with programming pertaining to Neighborhood Leadership Cleveland (NLC), our flagship program, now in its 25th year of building leaders from the ground up! In addition to coordinating aspects of NLC, the intern would work collect information and news from our NLC Alumni Network, and share that information across our social media platforms and e-newsletter.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.

       


      Posting Date: 10/08/2019
      Position: Tutor and/or Teaching Assistant Intern
      Company: Henry Johnson Academy

      Put your skills and knowledge to good use! Our high school students are preparing for graduation. They need help in Math, English, Social Studies, & Science. If you are interested in helping with tutoring, teaching, and/or all other duties as assigned, contact us today! This unpaid training is 16 weeks. College students will receive college credits if desired. Located in Euclid, Ohio. May lead to a paid position. Please submit resumes by email.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 10/08/2019
      Position: Business Management Intern
      Company: Henry Johnson Academy

      Tired of fast food or factory jobs? Or need a site for your college internship? The Henry Johnson Academy & Center is seeking business management interns to assist our staff. We're willing to train the right person. Duties will include: assisting with the planning and coordination of school board meetings, scanning paperwork, making phone calls, making copies, filing paperwork, and all other duties as assigned. This unpaid training is 16 weeks. College students will receive college credits if desired. Located in Euclid, Ohio. May lead to a paid position.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 10/08/2019
      Position: Case Manager Intern
      Company: Henry Johnson Academy

      The Henry Johnson Academy & Center is seeking Case Manager Interns. We're willing to train the right person. Duties will include: conducting client intakes, meeting with clients weekly, maintaining and submitting client documentation in a timely manner, shadowing counselors, and all other duties as assigned. Located in Euclid, Ohio. Position is unpaid. College credit is available for college students. May lead to a paid position. Please submit resumes by email.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position.


      Posting Date: 10/03/2019
      Position: Sports & Recreation Intern 
      Company: After-School All-Stars Cleveland

      ASAS Cleveland is seeking a Sports & Recreation Intern to work directly with elementary and middle school students in an engaging after-school program. The Sports & Recreation Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about providing high quality health and
      fitness services to Cleveland youth. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth in a recreational setting, and the ability to build healthy relationships with 1st – 8th grade students while ensuring a safe environment. The Sports & Recreation Intern’s mission is to ensure that youth have a positive and healthy afterschool experience, and are crucial to a successful after school program. The Sports & Recreation Intern will not only introduce a variety of sports and recreation activities, but will also mentor our students about proper nutrition.

      Responsibilities:

      Planning and Development:

      • Assist in administrative procedures, policies and curriculum delivery which directly affect the health and wellness of students.
      • Communicate with the Program Coordinator to assess the recreational, health and fitness needs of students
      • Develop recreational and fitness curriculum to administer to students
      • Demonstrate proper fitness techniques and skills
      • Direct Program Leader during recreational and fitness classes 

      Student Interaction:

      • Build healthy and safe relationships with students in order to build a sense of community during recreational activities and team activities
      • Encourage students to advocate for their health and fitness well-being
      • Educate students on how to safely participate in recreational activities
      • Assist students who need help in developing recreational skills
      • Educate students about proper sports conduct

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 10/03/2019
      Position: Behavior Support Intern
      Company: After-School All-Stars Cleveland

      ASAS Cleveland is seeking a Behavior Support Intern to work directly with elementary and middle school students in an engaging after-school program. The Behavior Support Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about providing high quality youth services to Cleveland youth. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth in an educational setting, and the ability to build relationships with 1st – 8th grade students. The Behavior Support Intern’s mission is to ensure that youth
      have a positive and healthy after-school experience, and are crucial to a successful after-school program. The Behavior Support Intern will work to expose ASAS students to new concepts in learning and help them develop a stronger sense of social responsibility and civic awareness. 

      Responsibilities:

      Planning and Development

      • Enhance student achievement, help students develop as leaders, and inspire participants to engage in their communities
      • Communicate with the Program Coordinator to assess the needs of students
      • Come up with solutions for students based on individual student needs
      • Assist Program Leaders during the planning period to incorporate SEL to further the quality of programming we provide to our All-Stars based on assessed need

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 10/01/2019
      Position: Department of Economic Development Internship
      Company: City of Cleveland

      The City of Cleveland, Department of Economic Development is seeking to hire paid interns to work within different sections of Department including Small Business, Economic Development & Technology and Brownfields and Special Projects. We are seeking interns who can commit one year with at least 30 hours per week.

      An individual’s internship will work on a variety of tasks that may include Brownfield Redevelopment, Land Assembly and Business Attraction, Small Business Development, Entrepreneurship Support, Economic Development Finance and/or GIS projects. The selected individual will gain valuable experience in developing sites for new businesses as well as marketing those sites and putting together customized incentive packages. The intern will be introduced to financial underwriting, preparation of contracts, preparation of legislation, grants writing, and project management.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 09/11/2019
      Position: Intern - City Manager's Office
      Company: The City of Cleveland Heights

      Description:
      The City of Cleveland Heights City Management Intern works with the City Manager and the executive leadership team to gain an understanding of local government management over a period of 10-12 weeks. The goals for the intern will be to: 1) apply the principles of public administration in a local government management setting; 2) become comfortable with the underlying public service ethics and values evidenced in good local government management to include a high degree of respect for elected officials, community building and ethical leadership; 3) gain an understanding of how to work collaboratively to accomplish strategic goals and effectively communicate progress to the community; and, 4) engage in regular interactions with the City Manager, City staff, elected officials, and community partners to provide a wide range of experience in local government management. As a part-time, temporary position, the intern will work an average of approximately 20 hours per week, which may fluctuate up or down by mutual agreement.

      Responsibilities:

      • Collects information for use in policy and program development by the City Manager or other members of the executive leadership team
      • Assists the leadership team with reporting on strategic goals and Master Plan initiatives 
      • Performs special projects for the City Manager including research and reports
      • Attends City Council meetings, executive leadership team meetings, and related management discussions on occasion
      • Responds to general inquiries as directed by the City Manager
      • Performs background research on a variety of topics as assigned 
      • Maintains regular attendance and punctuality 
      • Performs other duties of a similar nature or leve

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 08/23/2019

      Position: Marketing Intern
      Company: MidTown Cleveland

      Description:
      MidTown Cleveland is seeking a Marketing Intern with the diverse skills set and flexibility to work on implementing a variety of projects by deploying MTC’s “Town” brand throughout the community. The Intern will be responsible for creating compelling content and report to the Manager of Community Engagement and Marketing.

      Responsibilities:

      • Write daily social media posts
      • Contribute to website and MidTown E-newsletter content development
      • Assist with basic graphic design for flyers, website materials
      • Assist in coordinating various marketing methods including direct mail, print ads, and social media
      • Promote and acquire new subscribers to our MidTown newsletter and social accounts
      • Manage and update video and photography content 

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 08/19/2019
      Position: Marketing & Advancement Intern
      Company: Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation (OBCDC)

      Responsibilities:

      • Assist the Advancement Team with daily tasks
      • Sample tasks include: managing and tracking performance of social media platforms, creating visual and written content for the OBCDC digital channels, provide support and assist with the organization’s publications
      • Assist in the drafting, editing, and vision for digital communications including an e-newsletter, OldBrooklyn.com
      • Assist in the drafting and editing for the Old Brooklyn News, a quarterly magazine
      • Coordinate and assist in content creation for social media management in partnership with outside marketing agency
      • Assist the Board’s fundraising committee with execution of the organization’s annual fundraiser
      • Evaluate programs both current and potential for OBCDC to implement
      • Introduce and provide the organization with strategies to increase brand awareness in the neighborhood and beyond
      • Perform all other duties as assigned

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 08/05/2019
      Position: Zoning Analyst Intern
      Company: Millman National Land Services

      Millman National Land Services is the nation’s leading direct provider of ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys and Zoning Compliance Reports for the commercial real estate market.

      The Zoning Analyst Intern will learn about such things as:

      • The specific zoning designation of the site, as established by the current municipal code. 
      • The uses allowed under the zoning designation established by the zoning ordinance and whether the present use of the subject site is legally permitted. 
      • The minimum yard or setback requirements and a review of the survey for compliance.
      • The building height requirement, whether by number of stories or actual height above ground level, and a review of the survey for compliance.
      • The bulk or density restrictions of the property, and a determination of compliance.
      • The formula for determining the minimum parking requirements, and a comparison of the required parking count to the actual site count. Special circumstances to be considered would include: legal non-compliance of any of the above factors, the issuance of zoning compliance letters from the municipalities, the existence of variances, council minutes, and certificates of occupancy, building inspections and the effect of site plan approval.

      Application Deadline: N\A

      For more details about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 1/24/2020
      Position: Research Intern
      Company: Fair Housing Center for Rights & Research (formerly known as the Housing Research & Advocacy Center)     

      Fair Housing Center for Rights & Research (formerly known as the Housing Research & Advocacy Center) is accepting applications for a part-time Research Intern. The Fair Housing Center is a notfor-profit fair housing organization whose mission is to protect and expand fair housing rights, eliminate housing discrimination, and promote integrated communities.

      General Responsibilities: Assist with fair housing research and report writing, dissemination of research. Reports to the Senior Research Associate.

      Duties:

      • Assist Senior Research Associate in researching housing patterns and laws in Northeast Ohio for production of reports on housing and/or lending discrimination.
      • Participate in the development of research projects, compile demographic and housing data; collect community input through survey development, interviews and focus groups.
      • Write and present research findings in clear and compelling manner.
      • Staff outreach events.
      • Other duties as assigned.

      Hours/Pay: 18-20 hours per week (flexible); $12.00/hour

      Application Deadline: Open until filled.

      For more details about this position and other positons with the Fair Housing Center please click here. ​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 1/31/2020
      Position: Undergraduate Associate Consultant Intern
      Company: WSP USA

      WSP is currently initiating a search for an Associate Consultant Intern for our New York City, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco, Miami, or Denver offices.
       
      The successful candidate will be part of a team working on national and international engagements. You will work mainly on engagements to advise public sector clients on the funding, finance, and delivery of major capital projects and a variety of related infrastructure management and policy issues. This position will entail tasks such as analyzing needs and opportunities, evaluating alternatives and priorities, developing the business case for infrastructure investments, analyzing project and program funding and financing options, developing funding strategies, reviewing and interpreting federal legislation and guidance, helping clients understand and meet grant requirements, performing quantitative analyses, and providing strategic support in all phases of infrastructure planning and project development.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here. 


      Posting Date: 1/31/2020
      Position: Graduate Associate Consultant Intern
      Company: WSP USA

      WSP is currently initiating a search for an Associate Consultant Intern for our New York City, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco, Miami, or Denver offices.
       
      The successful candidate will be part of a team working on national and international engagements. You will work mainly on engagements to advise public sector clients on the funding, finance, and delivery of major capital projects and a variety of related infrastructure management and policy issues. This position will entail tasks such as analyzing needs and opportunities, evaluating alternatives and priorities, developing the business case for infrastructure investments, analyzing project and program funding and financing options, developing funding strategies, reviewing and interpreting federal legislation and guidance, helping clients understand and meet grant requirements, performing quantitative analyses, and providing strategic support in all phases of infrastructure planning and project development.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here. 


      Posting Date: 1/31/2020
      Position: Non-Profit Summer Intern
      Company: My Inner Warrior Foundation

      My Inner Warrior Foundation is looking to hire 1-2 interns for the summer of 2020.

      • To learn the ins and outs of running, managing, and engaging with a non-profit organization.
      • To have a strong understanding of social media promotion.
      • To have strong communication skills in working with: event attendees, business partners, and community leaders.
      • To have strong written skills in composing outreach both with business partners and community members.
      • To have the willingness to learn and take risks in a new environment.
      • To have proficiency with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Office 365.
      • Intern will be expected to work (2) days per week between Monday-Thursday (never Friday).
      • Expected time commitment is 8+ hours per week.
      • Intern will be expected to attend ALL summer events (June 24, June 29th, July 14th*, and July 27th).
      • My Inner Warrior is hosting an event in Miami, FL on July 14th, this would potentially provide the intern with a 3-day trip to Miami to engage with our event.
      • This opportunity is unpaid but will allow the student to receive credit for required course.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here. 


      Posting Date: 09/05/2019
      Position: Policy Intern
      Company: Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority (AMHA)

      Description:

      The Policy Intern plays a critical role in the efficient administration of assisted housing and client service programs for low-income households served by the Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority (AMHA). The Policy Intern leverages policy expertise, technology and creativity to collect, analyze, format and present information to residents, voucher holders, AMHA leadership, community stakeholders and policy makers. The Policy Intern’s work improves daily business functions and informs the AMHAs short and long-term decision-making, work plans and business system evaluations. Reports to the Executive Office.

      Responsibilities:

      • Responsible for collecting, analyzing and presenting data and information from all AMHA program areas for use in various plans, reports, and informational collateral including but not limited to various internal and external communication products. 
      • Assist in creating and maintaining Monthly Reports for the AMHA Board of Trustees.
      • Assist in creating and maintaining monthly Dashboard Reports for Executive Director.
      • Contributes in producing Annual and Five-Year Plans including but not limited to creating timelines, drafting, proofing, managing the public process and submitting to HUD.
      • Contribute towards production of Annual Reports.
      • Create/contribute towards production of regular and special projects, publications and reports.
      • Develop and execute regular needs-assessments of data collection and data aggregation to maximize impact of data analysis on the AMHA’s strategies, policies and procedures.
      • Perform impact analyses of proposed policy and/or program reforms.
      • Perform other duties as assigned and/or required.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 2/4/2020
      Position: Senator Sherrod Brown Internship
      Company: United States Senate

      Interns in Senator Brown Ohio offices work on a wide range of projects. Interns work with Senator Brown's staff in an administrative capacity to address constituent requests and concerns. In the Ohio offices interns will spend time speaking with constituents on the phone or at special events, and assist the staff with casework requests.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      To apply for this position please click here. 

      For frequently asked questions reguarding this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 2/4/2020
      Position: Congressman Anthony Gonzalez Internship
      Company: United States House of Representatives

      In the Washington, DC office, internships run throughout the fall, spring or summer semesters for college students. The hours are flexible to accommodate students' hectic course schedules, but generally run 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. when Congress is in session, and 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. when not in session.

      In Washington, DC, interns' responsibilities will vary. They may be asked to answer phones, run errands, research legislation for the Member and legislative staff, attend hearings and briefings and answer constituent letters on various issues before the House. As a result, interns learn about the legislative process and the many other functions of a congressional office.

      In the District office, interns may be asked to do a variety of things, including day-to-day office work such as answering phones, writing letters and assisting with media clips. In addition, interns may be assigned to assist in various constituent case work or work on District-based projects of importance.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here. 


      Posting Date: 2/14/2020
      Position: Transportation Planner Intern
      Company: Planning & Development

      Planning & Development seeks 2 interns to work with a local governmental planning office that participates in a broad range of community planning aspects such as transportation systems, land use regulation, community planning, grant administration, housing rehabilitation, and floodplain & stormwater planning. One internship position will have an emphasis on GIS projects and tasks and the other will have an emphasis on transportation data, including traffic counting, and other generalized planning projects. In addition the interns may have opportunities to work on projects involving Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (aka drones), event planning, and special projects.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 3/12/2020
      Position: Internship Opportunities 
      Company: Destination Cleveland

      Our team is made up of passionate Clevelanders who want to help the community through marketing it as a destination. We're the people who get the side-eye for our unceasing love for Cleveland and our inability to stop talking about it. We know how to roll up our sleeves and get the job done, that's for sure. We are the city of John D. Rockefeller, Garrett Morgan and LeBron James, after all – and our blue-collar legacy has evolved into a hub of hard-working, dedicated, innovative professionals. And that's who we like to hire.

      Vision: We are in the business of driving economic impact and stimulating community vitality for Cleveland through memorable leisure and business travel experiences.

      Mission: We are in the business of driving economic impact and stimulating community vitality for Cleveland through memorable leisure and business travel experiences.

      Current internship opportunities with Destination Cleveland are listed below:

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more Information about these positions please click here.​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 3/13/2020
      Position: Conservation (Arboretum) Intern
      Company: Holden Forests & Gardens

      Holden Forests & Gardens is looking to fill multiple intern positions. This position will expose interns to the many facets of sustainable of natural areas management practices in a public garden setting. 

      Responsibilities:   

      • Manage invasive plant species. 
      • Conduct upland forest assessments.
      • Electronic mapping using GPS and GIS technology. 
      • Collecting detailed information on plant populations and site conditions. 
      • Monitor heritage (rare) plant species. 
      • Work on restoration projects.
      • Work with Conservation Biologist on deer monitoring and control, and other biological surveys.  

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more information about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 3/18/2020
      Position: Velosano Intern
      Company: Cleveland Clinic

      Under the supervision of the VeloSano Team, the Intern will assist with event and fundraising specific tasks including: customer service to VeloSano participants; Rider & Volunteer interaction; community outreach; and event logistics. Writing skills will also be utilized in the development of our website, flyers, sponsor presentations and more. The Intern will gain experience working for a large non-profit health care organization and learn key core development skills as well as valuable event management and customer service experience.

      While working closely with department representatives, participates in a structured learning experience. Performs a variety of administrative tasks and works on various projects. In addition to the personal and academic outcomes noted by the school’s program, at the conclusion of the unpaid, non-clinical student experience at Cleveland Clinic, the intern will be able to:
      • Demonstrate the ability to function as an effective team member.
      • Apply theoretical knowledge and skills in an authentic business environment.
      • Gain new knowledge and develop new skills to successfully engage in unfamiliar tasks and activities.
      • Use theoretical knowledge and skills to solve problems.
      • Assess, critique and improve her/his knowledge and skills during the internship experience.
      • Adapt his/her behavior to different business audiences.
      • Act professionally in various environments (e.g., mentor, team, independent, etc.) by adhering to business practices, ethical standards and project commitments.
      - (This is an unpaid intern)

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 4/3/2020
      Position: Special Events and Development Intern
      Company: Raising Results LLC

      Raising Results LLC is seeking a special events and development intern to work remotely and to participate in on-site meetings, as needed, at our Northeast Ohio client sites. Position is available beginning June 8 for eight weeks up to 20 hours per week.

      Responsibilities:

      • Support the planning, production, and promotion of an October 2020 special event, including planning the schedule, run of show, command center and comfort room for volunteers and staff, room layout and stage setup, communication plan, and volunteer coordination
      • Assist with evaluating vendors for lighting, AV, music, etc.
      • Solicit donations for silent auction/raffle
      • Research and compare auction and event registration software programs
      • Author and proofread event communications, including save the date, invitations, RSVPs, thank you letters, social media, run of show, etc.
      • Assist with logistical support for events, including tracking of in-kind donations and maintaining inventory
      • Play a role onsite at the fall fundraiser, if available
      • Write and produce material for Raising Results’ communications efforts, including social media and quarterly newsletter content
      • Perform other administrative duties as assigned, such as filing, scanning, and special research projects

      Application Deadline: 4/30/2020

      For more information about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 5/12/2020
      Position: Planning Intern
      Company: Modus, LLC

      Modus is currently searching for highly talented and driven Planning Interns (full-time or part-time) to support the Project team to gain local land use planning knowledge as it relates to the wireless telecommunication industry.

      Responsibilities:

      • Conducting research and reviewing multiple jurisdictional zoning ordinances as it pertains to wireless telecommunication facilities.
      • Preparing preliminary zoning/permitting analyses in accordance with jurisdictional requirements.
      • Providing site-specific design, zoning & permitting analyses for selected sites.
      • Preparing zoning and permit applications.
      • Reviewing architectural drawings and other zoning collateral.
      • Working diligently to expedite jurisdictional approval processes & project timelines.
      • Attending and presenting at site design visits, community meetings and hearings.  

      Application deadline: N\A

      For more information about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 05/12/2020
      Position: GIS Data Collection Intern
      Company: Houston Engineering, Inc

      Houston Engineering Inc. (HEI), is a full-service civil engineering, surveying, environmental and technology solutions consulting firm with multiple locations throughout the Midwest. We are seeking an independent and motivated intern to assist HEI and North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department staff with GPS field collection of park assets and key features. This position will be based out of Fargo (or possibly Bismarck), but will largely involve travel across the State. This Statewide Recreation Mapping Project will need to be completed in 12 weeks with a visit to all ND state parks. Daily meals per diem and allowance for camping essentials will be provided. 

      Responsibilities:

      • Effectively communicate with park staff to schedule survey efforts.
      • Capture data which could include counting, tracking, or taking photos of wash stations, camp site posts, park signs, etc. 
      • Operate and navigate using a handheld GPS & tablet.
      • Extended travel duration in a company vehicle throughout the state.

      Application Deadline: 5/26/2020.

      For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 3/13/2020
      Position: Planning Internship
      Company: City of Shaker Heights

      The City of Shaker Heights Planning Department is seeking a part-time intern to assist planning staff with ongoing projects and department responsibilities. This is an unpaid, volunteer position for Summer 2020; flexible 10-15 hours for 2-3 days per week. The position is available approximately May-August.

      Project work may include assistance in the following areas:

      • Long range and commercial corridor planning—project support, research
      • Transportation projects such as traffic calming, bike planning, and multipurpose path plans—project support, research
      • Zoning—case documentation and follow-up inspections

      For more information about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 3/5/2020
      Position: Internship Opportunities 
      Company: Cuyahoga Valley National Park Ohio

      Internships are a great way to gain practical experience; apply classroom learning; explore career options related to outdoor education, park management, recreation, natural and cultural resource management, and non-profit management; gain professional skills and self-confidence; and establish connections and build a network of professional contacts.

      There are a variety of internships available at Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Some are listed below. 

      1. Geoscientists-In-The-Parks Natural Resource Management Assistant: GIS
      2. Community Engagement Internship
      3. Public Relations/Communications Internship
      4. Canalway Questing Internship

      For more information about these internships please click here. 


      Posting Date: 08/05/2019
      Position: Community Engagement & Education Intern
      Company: Playhouse Square

      Playhouse Square is looking for an outgoing, self-motivated person with strong organizational skills to provide administrative, clerical and staffing support for the Community Engagement & Education department. Other responsibilities would include assisting with the set-up, operation and coordination of department programs and events. Production support may be required as needed.

      This internship is three full days per week, between Monday through Friday, during the hours of 9 - 5:30 p.m.

      Rate of pay: $150 per week stipend + complimentary parking

      Qualifications:

      • Excellent communication skills both verbal and written.
      • Good time management skills and ability to multitask.
      • Knowledge of current PC hardware and software.
      • Schedule flexibility.
      • Ability to lift and carry 30 pounds

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 07/12/2019
      Position: Economic Development Intern
      Company: Tremont West Development Corporation

      Tremont West Development Corporation is a non-profit organization, located directly south of downtown Cleveland across the Cuyahoga River, which lends to picturesque views of the City skyline. Tremont West works to serve its residents with community building, neighborhood infrastructure improvements, home maintenance and repair and events planning and management.

      Responsibilities:

      • Perform an inventory of available commercial properties within the Tremont West community
      • Assist with property research and acquisition pipeline
      • Track data regarding the performance of the existing residential property portfolio
      • Perform all other duties as assigned

      Application Deadline: Open until filled

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 06/26/2019
      Position: Studio 105 After-School Arts Club Internship
      Company: Center for Arts-Inspired Learning (CAL)

      CAL is seeking an individual with youth experience to support after-school arts programming at our Studio 105 programming space located at 1470 E. 105th Street. This position will support the program manager and CAL teaching artists during our afterschool program.

      • 12 - 20 hours per week (Must be available Monday – Thursday afternoons, 2:30p - 5:30p)
      • Internship duration: Cleveland Metropolitan School District School Year (Fall Semester: September 2019 – December 2019, Spring Semester: January 2020 – May 2020; preference given to candidates who can commit to full school year)

      Duties

      • Supervise everyday activities and prepare daily end-of-day reports.
      • Assist teaching artists with facilitating arts activities and keeping participants on-task.
      • Design engaging student activities and ensure inclusion of educational and social emotional objectives.
      • Provide homework assistance to youth in grades K-8.
      • Cultivate relationships with after-school families and community members.
      • Collaborate with School and Community Partnership Associate to develop an evaluation method to assess program strengths and identify areas for improvement.
      • Implement and manage changes and interventions, in collaboration with School and Community Partnerships Associate, to ensure program goals are achieved.
      • Assist in planning and attend end-of-semester family engagement event.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 06/18/2019
      Position: Cleveland City Council Summer Internship
      Company: Cleveland City Council

      Cleveland City Council (Ward 10 Councilman Anthony Hairston) is looking for the ideal candidate to join Council for a Summer internship program for 2019. The program requires the candidate to work 25 hours per week; the standard hours would be from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Occasional projects and programs are sometimes scheduled after 5:00 p.m. and on Saturdays (an advance notice will be provided for events scheduled outside of normal business hours).

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about these position please click here.


      Posting Date: 06/18/2019
      Position: Brooklyn City Council Intern
      Company: Brooklyn City Council

      Meg Ryan Shockey started on Brooklyn City Council in January 2018. She serves on the Safety & Environmental Committee, Fair Housing Board, and serves as chair of the Domestic Abuse Commission. Meg also founded a group called Under 40 Council, which includes Councilpersons Under 40 throughout Cuyahoga County to brainstorm new ideas, share projects, and advocate at the regional and state level.

      Meg is looking for an intern for who is interested in local politics or local policy and wants to gain relevant experience. The intern should be a self-starter who has access to a computer and internet for the internship. Relevant coursework includes grant writing, political science, public policy, or similar courses (but these are not necessary for internship). The internship will be around 10 hours per week with flexible hours, primarily discretionary to the intern.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about these position please click here.


      Posting Date: 06/17/2019
      Position:  Summer Internship
      Company: Cleveland City Council

      Cleveland City Council (Ward 10 Councilman Anthony Hairston) is looking for the ideal candidate to join Council for a Summer internship program for 2019. The program requires the candidate to work 25 hours per week; the standard hours would be from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Occasional projects and programs are sometimes scheduled after 5:00 p.m. and on Saturdays (an advance notice will be provided for events scheduled outside of normal business hours).

      The candidate will be required to support phone services, document call information (via excel), filing, assisting the Executive Assistant and Councilman as needed.The primary location for the position is located at Cleveland City Hall.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about these position please click here.


      Posting Date: 06/11/2019
      Position: Human Resources Internship
      Company: The Center for Families and Children

      This internship is meant for someone wanting real experience in a Human Resources role. If you are looking to deliver coffee and make copies, this isn't for you. However, if you want real work experience that you can actually put on your resume then look no further.

      As a Human Resources intern, you will work in our administrative offices where you will assist in a lot of areas of recruiting however you could assist in several key areas including but not limited to training and development, compensation and benefits as well. Primary responsibilities will include working with the recruiter with job board postings, reviewing of resumes and qualifying candidates.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about these position please click here.


      Posting Date: 05/07/2019
      Position: Administrative Intern
      Company: US Together

      Job Responsibilities:

      Assist office manager with general clerical duties. Assist in cultivating donor and community relationships. Assist with fundraising projects and events.

      Administrative

      • Receive, organize, copy and file paperwork in client files adhering to requirements set forth by Office Manager
      • Organize and distribute donations
      • Enter and update information in various tracking spreadsheets and databases

      Outreach

      • Maintain routine contact with donors
      • Cultivate donor relationships
      • Research potential fundraising opportunities and execution of said fundraisers (propose budget, timing, target audience, etc.)

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 05/07/2019
      Position: Performance Intern
      Company: Ohio Auditor of State

      Job Responsibilities:

      Are you looking for a meaningful opportunity or career to help improve the lives of average Ohioans through improved government services? The Ohio Performance Team (OPT) helps state and local government organizations improve service delivery and reduce costs for operations through performance audits. You can be an integral part of our team and help client governments identify and implement best practices in a range of service areas. We serve students and parents in districts across Ohio; state agency customers across Ohio government; university students; and citizens in townships, villages, cities and counties.

      The Auditor of State’s Internship Program is a paid position, open to high-performing undergraduate and graduate students from Ohio universities. The OPT work atmosphere fosters a collaborative environment allowing for leadership and learning opportunities. Interns will contribute to active audit teams, assisting in analyzing data, identifying best practices, and developing practical solutions. Interns will learn performance auditing techniques, fundamental management principles, and gain insight into government operations. Work will take place primarily in the Auditor of State's office, but may include field work and site visits. (OPT is primarily headquartered in the downtown Columbus office, but other locations may be available.) Candidates should be self-motivated and have a desire to play a leading role in the transformation of government.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.​​​​​​​


      Posting Date: 05/03/2019
      Position: Development Intern
      Company: Levin Group, Inc.

      Job Responsibilities:

      The qualified candidate will assist the Director of Development with following projects:

      • Kenmore Commons Financing and Renovation
        • Assist the Director with gathering and submitting required reports and documents to fund financial commitments
        • Assist the property manager with coordinating the tenant relocation plan during the renovation
        • Assist with communication between the Director and other project stakeholders, including: attorneys; architect; general contractor; engineers; and public officials
      • Northern Ohio Blanket Mill Development Project
        • Assist the Director in coordinating project specific assignments among project stakeholders, including architect; general contractor; public officials; and the community
        • Assist with document preparation and submission for project financing – which will include low income housing tax credits; Federal and State Historic Tax Credits; private bank mortgage; and other public and philanthropic grants and loans
      • Supervision of Property Management
        • Assist with tenant calls and follow up with appropriate property staff to make sure issues are resolved
        • Other tasks as assigned

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.

       


      Posting Date: 04/24/2019
      Position: Commercial Real Estate Appraisal Intern
      Company: Alpha Appraisal Group

      Job Responsibilities:

      The intern will help several aspects of the commercial real estate appraisal process including:

      • Research and analysis local, regional and market trends
      • Writing and editing commercial real estate appraisal reports
      • Assisting with the organization of workflow and project files
      • Assisting in the gather of market transaction data which includes interaction/verification with real estate buyers, seller and brokers of commercial real estate
      • Assist with marketing activities to expand the Alpha Appraisal Group brand

      The intern would be paid on a per project basis with an opportunity to become an appraisal trainee.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here. 


      Posting Date: 04/18/2019
      Position: Intern
      Company: Brunswick Area Historical Society

      Job Responsibilities:

      The Society is seeking an intern to work on the on-going expansion of our Heritage Farm. The work will involve the writing of grants requests to identified foundations and corporations. Through this work the intern will gain an understanding of urban development, and grant funding. The focus will be on learning how non-profit organizations develop funding to meet expansion plans.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here. 


      Posting Date: 04/10/2019
      Position: Data Analyst Intern
      Company: The Cleveland Clinic

      Job Responsibilities:

      • Researches, compiles, tabulates, and analyzes data and processes for a variety of administrative and departmental matters.
      • Assists department personnel in assigned administrative, planning, organizational, technical, and professional tasks.
      • Provides suggestions or recommendations with regard to department specific projects.
      • Prepares and presents reports; drafts policies and procedures; responds to requests for information.
      •  Develop and implement databases, data collection systems, data analytics and other strategies that optimize statistical efficiency and quality
      • Acquire data from primary or secondary data sources and maintain databases/data systems
      • Identify, analyze, and interpret trends or patterns in complex data sets
      • Filter and “clean” data by reviewing computer reports, printouts, and performance indicators to locate and correct code problems
      • Work with management to prioritize business and information needs
      • Other duties as assigned.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 04/10/2019
      Position: Affordable Housing and Economic Development Intern
      Company: The National Development Council

      The NDC Housing & Economic Development Corporation (HEDC) is NDC’s development arm.  It is through this affiliate that NDC has developed over $2 billion in publicly-sponsored capital projects; raised and placed $704 million in New Market Tax Credit (NMTC) and invested over $850 million, utilizing the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC), into the rehabilitation or new construction of over 11,000  units of affordable housing.   We seek a motivated candidate with strong organizational skills to assist with the following:

      • Special projects and funding applications including, NMTC and Capital Magnet Fund
      • Asset Management responsibilities for NMTC portfolio
      • Asset Management of LIHTC portfolio
      • Assist with file maintenance, scanning legal documents and staff expense reports as requested
      • Development of project descriptions, community impact reports and project underwriting
      • Other Duties as Assigned

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 04/02/2019
      Position: Policy Intern
      Company: Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority (AMHA)

      The Policy Intern plays a critical role in the efficient administration of assisted housing and client service programs for low-income households served by the Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority (AMHA). The Policy Intern leverages policy expertise, technology and creativity to collect, analyze, format and present information to residents, voucher holders, AMHA leadership, community stakeholders and policy makers. The Policy Intern’s work improves daily business functions and informs the AMHAs short and long-term decision-making, work plans and business system evaluations. Reports to the Executive Office.

      Principal duties and responsibilities:

      • Responsible for collecting, analyzing and presenting data and information from all AMHA program areas for use in various plans, reports, and informational collateral including but not limited to various internal and external communication products. 
      • Assist in creating and maintaining Monthly Reports for the AMHA Board of Trustees.
      • Assist in creating and maintaining monthly Dashboard Reports for Executive Director.
      • Contributes in producing Annual and Five-Year Plans including but not limited to creating timelines, drafting, proofing, managing the public process and submitting to HUD.
      • Contribute towards production of Annual Reports.Create/contribute towards production of regular and special projects, publications and reports.
      • Develop and execute regular needs-assessments of data collection and data aggregation to maximize impact of data analysis on the AMHA’s strategies, policies and procedures.
      • Perform impact analyses of proposed policy and/or program reforms.
      • Perform other duties as assigned and/or required.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 04/01/2019
      Position: Community Engagement & Research Intern
      Company: Breakthrough Schools

      Breakthrough Schools is a non-profit organization supporting the highest-performing network of free, public charter schools in Cleveland, Ohio. As an educational institution, we utilize an awareness of community assets and partnerships to inform decisions and ultimately help improve our student outcomes and family experience.

      The Community Engagement & Research Internship will provide an opportunity for an outstanding applicant to gain experience in community engagement, asset mapping, data management, and analysis of best practices.  The internship position will report to the Managing Director, Community Engagement & Enrollment.  The primary work of the internship will support the following areas:

      • Use electronic data sources (e.g, Google, City of Cleveland, and local Community Development organizations), retrieve articles and perform analysis of community resources in each City of Cleveland neighborhood
      • Assess the best way to gather information from current families about existing community connections (e.g. survey)
      • Identify, analyze, and understand trends in the development of key neighborhoods
      • Create an accurate asset map of targeted City of Cleveland neighborhoods
      • Identify potential partners (and key contacts) for Breakthrough Schools to develop partnerships
      • Determine key partnership criteria with community resources
      • Prepare summaries and present analyses to supervisor and leadership
      • Engage with the community through Enrollment sponsored and/or community events (may require some weekend or weeknight hours)
      • Other duties as assigned

      This is an unpaid intership.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 03/27/2019
      Position: Summer Internship 
      Company: Fair Housing Resource Center, Inc.

      FHRC seeks a motivated student or recent graduate to participate in this non-profit advocacy organization with a large research project commissioned by a local municipality. This project requires identification and research into the municipality to determine their efforts in tackling the following:

      • Addressing significant disparities in access to community assets (schools, jobs, transit, etc.)
      • Overcoming segregated living patterns;
      • Promoting integrated communities;
      • Ending racially and ethnically concentrated areas of poverty; and
      • Fostering and maintaining compliance with civil rights and fair housing laws

      The intern will work directly with the Housing Counselor, conducting research, coordinating the community participation process, and evaluating input through surveys, focus groups, roundtables, etc. This internship is an opportunity for a student to learn more about daily advocacy work conducted in a non-profit environment. The intern will also have exposure to all areas of the organization such as client management, education and outreach, investigative techniques, marketing, and governmental reporting.

      This is an unpaid intership.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 03/21/2019
      Position: Intern 
      Company: City of Akron

      This is training-level work in conjunction with a college or university baccalaureate or graduate program.

      An employee in this class performs work in support of professional personnel as part of a coordinated program of employment and instruction with a college or university leading to a baccalaureate or graduate degree.

      Receives training and performs duties in support of professional personnel within an assigned department or division of the City.  The nature of the work is based on degree program and organizational need.  Performs tasks to acquire knowledge of methods, procedures and standards required for successful performance.  Provides assistance with assigned projects.  Contacts other City departments, divisions, outside agencies, or citizens to gather information as needed.  Collects, compiles, and analyzes data.  Assists in the preparation of reports.  Specific activities vary by department/division.  Performs related work as required.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 03/20/2019
      Position: Summer Internship Opportunity
      Company: Catholic Charities Diocese of Cleveland

      Cleveland Catholic Charities is one of the region’s largest not for profits. Voted in the Plain Dealer as one of the “Top Work Place” for the last 5 year.

      We are currently seeking a summer intern to help with increased need and additional new programs. This would be an excellent opportunity for some studying social service to get hands on experience in food justice. The position would require two days of training with Cleveland Catholic Charities including a Virtus Certification. The position would be Monday thru Thursday 9am – 1pm, May thru August. This would be a volunteer position. Food and Housing may be provided if needed. There is also opportunity for paid part time work for the right candidate.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 03/20/2019
      Position: Communications in Grantmaking
      Company: Cuyahoga Arts & Culture Strengthening Community

      Work with Cuyahoga Arts & Culture’s team to raise awareness and contribute to the organization’s strategic communications through marketing, social media and administration.

      Advance the ongoing communications efforts of the agency, including:

      • Support organization-wide social media activities, leading discrete projects when necessary
      • Work with staff to identify CAC-funded events and opportunities to feature and promote
      • Create original written and/or visual content for weekly publishing on CAC’s online platforms
      • Assist with efforts to connect residents to Cleveland Arts Events.com, CAC’s online calendar of events

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 03/11/2019
      Position: Ohio Planning Internship Opportunity
      Company: City of Green

      The City of Green, Summit County, Ohio, Planning Department is looking for student intern(s) to assist the department over summer break or during your next semester  updating plan documents (parks, transportation and stormwater). To assist with reviews of site plans, subdivisions, and single-family home applications. Great experience in small City (26,000 population) department.
       
      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 03/08/2019
      Position: Community Services Intern (Hacia la Salud)
      Company: Lifebanc

      Want to make a difference in saving and healing lives and reducing health disparities in multicultural communities in Northeast Ohio? Lifebanc, a nonprofit organization dedicated to saving and healing lives through organ, eye, and tissue donation for transplantation, is seeking a candidate for our paid internship opportunity as a Community Health Advocate for the Hacia la Salud Pilot Program. As a Community Health Advocate, you will gain valuable experience in the areas of community outreach, developing educational materials, event coordination, and community relations within population-specific communities in the Greater Cleveland, Akron and Youngstown areas. 
       
      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 03/08/2019
      Position: Community Services Intern
      Company: Lifebanc

      Want to make a difference in saving and healing lives and reducing health disparities in underrepresented communities in Northeast Ohio? Lifebanc, a nonprofit organization dedicated to saving and healing lives through organ, eye, and tissue donation for transplantation, is seeking a candidate for our paid student internship opportunity. As a Community Services Intern, you will gain valuable experience in the areas of community outreach, public health, non-profit administration, event coordination, and community relations.  
       
      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 03/07/2019
      Position: Public History Summer Internship
      Company: Western Reserve Historical Society (WRHS)

      The Summer Internship in Public History offered throughout the Western Reserve Historical Society is ideal for those thinking of entering into or working with: Museum Management, History Majors, Fundraising, Education, Interpretation, Non-profit management, Curatorial, Registrar, Exhibit design/production, Research and other jobs related to Historical Society functions.

      All interns participating in this particular internship program attend classes once a week for 9 weeks during which you learn about museum and non-profit operations. The rest of the week is spent working and learning in your chosen field. Summer Public History Internships are available at both the Cleveland History Center in Cleveland’s University Circle, and at Hale Farm & Village in Bath, Ohio.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.  | Internship Application


      Posting Date: 03/06/2019
      Position: Planning Internship
      Company: The City of Shaker Heights

      The City of Shaker Heights Planning Department is seeking a part-time intern to assist planning staff with ongoing projects and department responsibilities. This is an unpaid, volunteer position for Summer 2019; flexible 10-15 hours for 2-3 days per week. The position is available approximately May-August.

      The department is involved with many different responsibilities and projects at any one time. The internship is designed to provide students with practical, hands-on planning experience in a busy office. The intern will work closely with experienced planning staff on implementation of daily planning administration activities as well as current city projects. He/she will work with the City Planning Commission/Board of Zoning Appeals, Architectural Board of Review and Landmark Commission staff to review plans, assemble information for staff reports and conduct follow-up site visits. Interns will be invited to observe or participate in a variety of meetings whenever appropriate.
       
      This is an unpaid intership.
       
      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 03/04/2019
      Position: Management Development Program Summer Internships
      Company: Greater Cleveland RTA

      The objective of the GCRTA Management Development Program is to promote the career development and advancement of recent graduates and professionals through practical transit operations experience in the public sector. The program supports participants from internship through final placement in the extended rotational program.

      The successful internship candidate will receive practical operations experience in the public sector by leading a meaningful project that adds direct value to the Authority. Each intern will gain skills in operations analytics, public speaking, performance management, and more. For those who successfully complete the 10 week internship, an opportunity to join the two-year Management Development Program may present itself as the next career stop. The goal of both the internship and extended rotational program is to become a well-rounded leader within transit, by learning as much about the whole RTA operation as possible.
       
      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 02/14/2019
      Position: Internships
      Company: Ronald McDonald House

      Ronald McDonald House offers internship opportunities each semester to assist with daily operations and help fulfill our mission of keeping families close when they need it most. Interns must be reliable and comfortable working in a variety of settings and with various groups of individuals. We strive to provide interns with a well-rounded experience so that they gain meaningful, professional experiences. Below are the different opportunities we offer. Fill out the intern profile below to get started.

      Application Deadline: Departments may have different deadlines based on needs. Spring internships begin in January. Summer internships typically begin in May or June. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Departments may have different deadlines based on needs. 

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 01/02/2019
      Position: Brooklyn City Council Intern
      Company: Brooklyn City Council

      Since City Council is a part-time position and fulfilled within evening hours, most of the contact will be through email and phone (Meg does work downtown and would be willing to meet on a regular basis on CSU campus as well). The primary job of the intern will be to research (and potentially apply) for grant funding for project ideas, including around community development and the domestic abuse commission. Other responsibilities will include helping Meg with the Under 40 group, including communication between members, helping set meeting locations/dates, and potentially helping to draft advocacy letters/emails. Other projects may come up throughout the internship and Meg is open to ideas to meet both her communities need and the intern’s interests.

      This is an unpaid internship.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 12/19/2018
      Position: Process Control & Automation Network B-STEM Intern
      Company: Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

      Candidate must be able to work 40 hours per week. Working hours are Monday – Friday during normal business hours. Candidate must be able to commit to up to a 3 month assignment with an option to extend the assignment at NEORSD's discretion. This internship program provides for a time-limited role at NEORSD with no express or implied guarantee of future employment beyond the assignment period. This position is governed by all applicable NEORSD administrative policies, practices and procedures related to temporary employees.

      The District requires protective footwear (i.e., steel or composite-toed) when working in the plants, pump stations, construction sites, public rights-of-way and other posted areas. New hires are required to have protective footwear, meeting the following criteria, on the first day of employment: 1) Must be ANSI Z41-1999 or ASTM F-2412/2413 (2005) certified, 2) Must have a steel or composite protective toe, 3) Must be, at a minimum, a 6” work boot or 6” hiker-style boot (Note: shoes are not permitted), 4) Must have a slip-resistant sole.  It is also recommended, but not required, that footwear be waterproof and have included a shank to protect the bottom of the foot.

      Application Deadline: N/A

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      Posting Date: 12/06/2018
      Position: CDC Advancement Intern
      Company: Cleveland Neighborhood Progress

      1) Support CDC Advancement’s grant-making and capacity building agenda. Tasks include:

      • Research and document capacity building and professional development trainings and workshops and input into Professional Development and Capacity Building Calendar
      • Assist with grant management and administration, and prepare reports detailing grantee progress towards specific project goals and on CDC Performance Standards
      • Attend and support CDC Advancement working groups and committees
      • Prepare reports and make recommendations for the Progress Index data tool
      • Assist with planning, volunteer coordination, and evaluation of annual Progress Institute event

      2) Manage CDC Advancement’s Internship Placement Program

      •  Assist CDCs with the creation and distribution of internship postings
      • Attract local students to fill positions
      •  Serve as a liason between CDCs and local universities
      •  Research potential grants to support internship program

      3) Support CDC Advancement’s research agenda. Tasks include:

      • Assist with qualitative and quantitative data collection, entry, and analysis
      • Prepare professional reports and presentations

      4) Perform all other duties as assigned

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 11/30/2018
      Position: Civil Engineering or Transportation Planning Intern/Co-op
      Company:  Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency

      This position involves learning and applying basic planning and engineering skills to assigned tasks, under close supervision in an office environment. The College Intern/Co-op is a temporary. The College Intern/Co-op is responsible for learning and applying the skills needed to perform assigned tasks and assisting other staff members with assigned tasks. The College Intern/Co-op may work on transportation and/or environmental planning efforts, as assigned at the time of hire, in furtherance of the mission of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) as a metropolitan planning organization (MPO) and areawide water quality management agency. Engineering interns/Co-ops will work under direct supervision of a licensed professional engineer.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 11/30/2018
      Position: Contract Administrator B-STEM Intern 
      Company: Northeast Ohio Sewer District

      Position Summary: The intern will assist with various projects throughout the assignment, including, but not limited to: Procurement Processes, Contract Management, SharePoint administration (Learn basic administration tools), and other duties as assigned.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 11/28/2018
      Position: Marketing & Communications Intern
      Company: Alzheimer's Association

      Position Summary:

      The Marketing/Communications Intern supports the mission of the Alzheimer’s Association Cleveland Area Chapter to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected in northeast Ohio; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. The Marketing & Communications Intern will assist the Marketing & Communications Manager with editing, social media posts, capturing video, research, and graphic design in a collaborative, hands-on environment.  

      This is an unpaid internship. 

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here


      Posting Date: 11/20/2018
      Position: CDC Advancement Intern
      Company: Cleveland Neighborhood Progress

      Position Summary:

      Cleveland Neighborhood Progress is a local community development funding intermediary with over thirty years of experience investing in community revitalization work in Greater Cleveland. Neighborhood Progress was founded in 1988 and serves a unique function as the only local intermediary in the region. Our mission is to foster inclusive communities of choice and opportunity throughout Cleveland, and our vision is one where Cleveland’s neighborhoods are attractive, vibrant, and inclusive communities where together, people from diverse incomes, races, and generations thrive, prosper, and choose to live, learn, work, and invest. See linked site for job duties.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 11/20/2018
      Position: Community Development Department Full Time Intern
      Company: City of Sharonville Community Development

      Position Summary:

      The City of Sharonville Department of Community Development is seeking one temporary full time intern or Co-Op to assist department staff with code enforcement, planning and zoning activities during the spring of 2019.  The pay rate for this position is $12.00 per hour.  Work is normally performed during normal business hours (Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM to 5PM). 

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click the Intern/Co-Op link on the following page.


      Posting Date: 11/19/2018
      Position: Housing Policy Research Intern
      Company: Ohio Housing Finance Agency

      Position Summary:

      The Housing Policy Research Intern will work with the Office of Housing Policy at the Ohio Housing Finance Agency to assist in data analysis and the creation of content and publications (information on our office at ohiohome.org/research/default.aspx). This position provides the opportunity to work with a dynamic team to learn about the world of affordable housing, gain valuable experience conducting and analyzing multiple types of data, and expand your visualization skills. Work hours are flexible based on availability, but ideally the intern will work a total of 20 hours per week. Payment is tied to year in school, ranging from $12 to $18/hour.

      This is an paid internship.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 11/16/2018
      Position: Government Grant Intern - Graduate Student
      Company: OhioGuidestone

      Position Summary:

      Since 1864, we’ve been an integral part of the Berea community, proudly rooted in faith and a legacy of serving children and families. While our roots remain in Berea, we’ve grown to support children and families statewide. OhioGuidestone is always looking for passionate people to make a difference in our communities. You can impact lives and inspire change right in your own backyard. Apply today to work at the largest non-profit, mental health service provider in Ohio.

      OhioGuidestone's Cleveland office is seeking an intern to assist with government grants and proposals. The intern will be working very closely with the Government Grants and Proposals Coordinator to research, write and complete paperwork for grants and proposals. The ideal intern will thrive in a high-volume, fast-paced environment and succeed in meeting all deadlines. This is a great opportunity for graduate students to gain experience in project management and administrative work.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 11/13/2018
      Position: Intern
      Company: American Heart Association

      Position Summary:

      The American Heart Association's Cleveland Chapter seeks interns to assist in day-to-day Special Events preparation. For this position, the intern would need to work a minimum of 6 hours per week. The required hours may be worked in any combination at the discretion of the intern and supervisor so long as the schedule is determined ahead of time. This internship is flexible and looks to help teach the intern the day to day operations of a non-profit and specifically the operations involved in special events, fundraising, and coordination of logistics for a multitude of events.

      The intern would receive hands on experience in the fields of fundraising, marketing, design, event management, and event execution along with daily office tasks. Interns participating in the Cleveland Chapter of the AHA are highly encouraged to attend the events they assist with to get a complete understanding and feel of special events in the non-profit community of Cleveland. These 2-3 events typically occur on Saturdays and evenings.

      This is an paid internship.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 11/05/2018
      Position: Public Relations/Communication Intern
      Company: Cuyahoga Valley National Park

      Position Summary:

      Assist Community Engagement Supervisor with various public relations and media tasks. Primary project is researching and creating targeted media lists. Other duties include editorial calendar and weekly media report, including social media reach.

      Hours: 20 - 40 hours per week. Work week and hours will be negotiated.
      This is an unpaid internship.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 11/05/2018
      Position: Interpretation, Education, and Visitor Services Intern (2 positions)
      Company: Cuyahoga Valley National Park

      Position Summary:

      Assist national park service rangers in the park's visitor center, providing information, orientation, and interpretation to park visitors. Assist with programming for inner city community groups, often outside of the park, or environmental education programs in the park. Intern may also work with national park service rangers setting up booths that promote the park at off-site events.

      Hours: Up to 40 hours per week Weekend hours required. Work week will be negotiated.
      This is an unpaid internship.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 10/30/2018
      Position: Digital Communications Intern
      Company: Playhouse Square

      Position Summary:

      Playhouse Square is looking for a self-motivated, organized person with excellent interpersonal skills to fill the Digital Communications Internship.  Responsibilities include assisting the Digital Communications Coordinators with researching, implementing and maintaining Social Networking efforts. This person will also assist with strategizing and creating email marketing campaigns for various shows, departments and organizational efforts. Additional responsibilities would include creating and updating copy for the website and assisting in tracking, reporting and analyzing online activities.

      Internships at Playhouse Square are three days per week. We are currently looking to fill this role for the 2019 spring semester.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 10/30/2018
      Position: Social Media Specialist Intern
      Company: After-School All-Stars

      Position Summary:

      After-School All-Stars (ASAS) is one of the leading national after-school program providers in the country. Our comprehensive school-based programs combine activities and learning to help build the knowledge and skills children need to succeed, both in school and in life.

      ASAS Cleveland is seeking a Social Media Specialist Intern to work with our staff and students to help tell our story. The Social Media Specialist Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about sharing ASAS Cleveland’s story with our audience. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth, and the ability to build relationships with K – 8th grade students. The Social Media Specialist Intern’s mission is to ensure ASAS Cleveland is telling their All-Stars’ stories in a safe and healthy environment. The Social Media Specialist Intern will work to share our stories to our current audience and continuously strive to reach more individuals, companies, organizations, and followers while also having the opportunity to share their media outreach background with our All-Star students!

      Compensation: School stipends may be available.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 10/25/2018
      Position: Nonprofit Administration Internship
      Company: Lupus Foundation of America

      Position Summary:

      We are looking for a passionate, hard-working person to assist the staff with their administrative, marketing and public relations needs. This includes helping with constituent data management, social networking sites, and event planning. This internship will be during the Spring 2019 semester from January 12 – May 10. Hours are flexible. We will try to accommodate scheduled class times, if possible.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 10/25/2018
      Position: Behavior Support Intern
      Company: After-School All-Stars Cleveland

      Position Summary:

      After-School All-Stars (ASAS) is one of the leading national after-school program providers in the country. Our comprehensive school-based programs combine activities and learning to help build the knowledge and skills children need to succeed, both in school and in life. Studies consistently show that students who participate in a service learning program have improved academic performance and positive behavior in school.

      ASAS Cleveland is seeking a Behavior Support Intern to work directly with elementary and middle school students in an engaging after-school program. The Behavior Support Intern must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about providing high quality youth services to Cleveland youth. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth in an educational setting, and the ability to build relationships with 1st – 8th grade students. The Behavior Support Intern’s mission is to ensure that youth have a positive and healthy after-school experience, and are crucial to a successful after-school program. The Behavior Support Intern will work to expose ASAS students to new concepts in learning and help them develop a stronger sense of social responsibility and civic awareness.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 10/16/2018
      Position: Semester Internship
      Company: Facing History and Ourselves Cleveland

      Position Summary:

      Facing History and Ourselves is looking for a semester-long intern to join the Cleveland office. Facing History and Ourselves is a nonprofit international educational and professional development organization whose mission is to engage students of diverse backgrounds in an examination of racism, prejudice, and antisemitism in order to promote the development of a more humane and informed citizenry. Preferably, this intern will have passion for education, justice, democracy, diversity, and/or combatting bigotry in society. Through working with Facing History, the intern will learn about citizenship in the context of justice throughout historical events of several countries, such as the Holocaust, the eugenics movement in America, immigration, and much more. This intern should be willing to support the overall Cleveland office within Program, Development and general office management. The intern would be a direct support to all office employees. They would report to [insert name].

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 10/04/2018
      Position: Intern Spring 2019
      Company: U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown’s Office Cleveland, OH

      Position Summary:

      Interns have the opportunity to assist in a variety of tasks that range from answering phones and opening mail to assisting staff with constituent casework, scheduling, grant research, outreach events and special projects. Interns learn firsthand the office functions and its importance in the overall effectiveness of a member of the U.S. Senate.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 10/04/2018
      Position: Intern
      Company: Services for Independent Living, lnc (SIL)

      Job Requirements:

      • Update agency’s website
      • Design a template for an electronic newsletter
      • Develop a plan for social media outreach and education
      • Train staff of use of social media (what the options are and pros and cons of each)
      • If time allows, implement social media outreach and education plan as well as regularly update our website.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 09/21/2018
      Position: First Year Cleveland Communications Intern 
      Company: Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

      Position Summary:

      To help more babies in Cleveland live to their first birthdays, by being part of the First Year Cleveland/CRWU SOM collaboration through the internship program, using the knowledge already gained in studies related to communications.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 09/12/2018
      Position: Nonprofit Database Management Intern
      Company: Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation

      Position Summary:

      The Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation (HGNC) is a non-profit community development corporation located in downtown Cleveland. HGNC’s mission is to promote the continuing re-development of a unique, historic district in downtown Cleveland into a vibrant commercial, entertainment, and residential neighborhood.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 09/12/2018
      Position: Planning & Development Intern - part-time, temporary
      Company: City of Euclid

      Assist with projects and ongoing operations under the immediate supervision of the Planning and Zoning Commissioner.

      Responsibilities:

      • Inventory the location and condition of municipal and utility infrastructure and community nuisances; create database and mapping for ongoing management. 
      • Develop an inventory of available commercial and industrial properties.
      • Assist with Zoning and other department issues as needed.
      • Perform other related duties as required.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 09/07/2018
      Position: Marketing Intern
      Company: Campus District

      Position Summary:

      This position will help create a sustained social media marketing campaign, including updating all social media platforms and website on a regular basis. Creating original posts for the organization and promoting partner organizations will also be required.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 09/07/2018
      Position: Development Intern
      Company: Greater Cleveland Food Bank

      Responsibilities:

      • Assist with the coordinator of donor solicitation strategies
      • Support the Development Staff
      • Assist with the coordination of communications strategies

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 08/28/2018
      Position: Farmers’ Market Business Incubator Project Intern
      Company: East Cleveland Farmers’ Market Preservation Society (Coit Road Farmers’ Market)

      Objectives:
      • Develop the Market as a training resource for business startups by collaborating with other small business resources in the community.
      • Utilize the Market as a selling space to recruit consumer related business startups.
      • Identify food related businesses and startups that can utilize the commercial kitchen as a processing facility. Help develop the commercial kitchen into a sustainable operation.
      Activities:
      • Identify small business community resources and applicable programming that can be transferred to Market related business startups.
      • Outline and schedule business startup training. Promote the Market as a resource for food related and other consumer business startups.
      • Mentor business startups with the assistance of Market staff.
      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 08/24/2018
      Position: Internship with Senator Portman
      Company: Office of Senator Portman

      Internships in the Washington, DC and Ohio offices of Senator Rob Portman offer college-aged students an exciting introduction to the U.S. Senate and the workings of a Senate office. Interns are assigned to work alongside staff responsible for the Senator’s legislative, press, and administrative operations. Our internships are designed primarily for students who have completed at least one full year of collegiate undergraduate coursework. Preference is given to students who are residents of Ohio.
       
      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 08/22/2018
      Position: Farmers’ Market Operations Improvement – Intern
      Company: East Cleveland Farmers’ Market Preservation Society (Coit Road Farmers’ Market)

      Objectives: Improve the management processes of the Coit Road Farmers Market to reduce operating expenses and achieve a customer attractive shopping experience. Develop a site improvement plan including resources and timing to reduce water runoff expense and enhance site appearance.
       
      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 08/22/2018
      Position: Sales & Marketing Intern
      Company: Cleveland Kraut Co.

      Assist the sales and marketing team in organizing, targeting, and driving outside sales outreach, develop and foster grocery leads along the purchase pathway, file and fill out necessary sale paperwork and pitch decks. Assist the organization of field marketing team, identify and budget events in active markets, hire/train brand ambassadors, and be directly involved in in-store and event based marketing. Identify whitespace opportunities for sales and marketing and work within set budget to address and capitalize upon those. Build and launch targeted digital advertising campaigns using Facebook and Adwords.
       
      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 08/14/2018
      Position: Marketing Intern
      Company: Slavic Village Development (SVD)

      Slavic Village Development (SVD) is a non-profit community development corporation located on the southeast side of Cleveland. SVD works with and for its residents, businesses, and institutions to promote civic engagement, community empowerment, & neighborhood investment.
       
      Responsibilities:
      • Assist in creation of promotional materials, including flyers and online content
      • Engage with potential residents and investors through various media channels
      • Attend and photograph community events or ceremonies to include in marketing content
      • Help manage social media content and communications
      • Develop and implement positioning strategy for SVD’s various housing programs to attract interested buyers
      • Contribute to SVD’s rebranding campaign
      • Perform all other duties as assigned

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 08/14/2018
      Position: Housing Development Intern
      Company: Slavic Village Development (SVD)

      Slavic Village Development (SVD) is a non-profit community development corporation located on the southeast side of Cleveland. SVD works with and for its residents, businesses, and institutions to promote civic engagement, community empowerment, & neighborhood investment.
       
      Responsibilities:
      • Neighbors Invest in Broadway:

      -Assist with advertisements and online marketing of available homes
      -Show properties to potential buyers
      -
      Assist with evaluation of applicants
      -Identify, research, evaluate, and acquire homes to include in the program-Explain the program and its purpose to potential buyers and interested parties

      • The Slavic Village Recovery Project:

      -Assist with property research and data collection for property acquisition-Locate current property owners and send letters
      -Assist with the preparation and execution of purchase agreements
      -Engage in weekly meetings regarding strategies to clear titles of vacant homes
      -Identify and negotiate with lien holders

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 08/14/2018
      Position: Community Outreach & Engagement Intern
      Company: Slavic Village Development (SVD)

      Slavic Village Development (SVD) is a non-profit community development corporation located on the southeast side of Cleveland. SVD works with and for its residents, businesses, and institutions to promote civic engagement, community empowerment, & neighborhood investment.
       
      Responsibilities:
      • Provide assistance in connecting residents to housing repair and curb appeal services, as well as side yard expansion opportunities available through SVD
      • Help residents navigate government assistance programs
      • Connect residents to financial services and grant opportunities
      • Assist with community grants and grant management
      • Meet with home-based business owners regarding participation in the Maker’s Market
      • Encourage involvement in community events, meetings, and projects
      • Increase membership in block clubs and work groups
      • Perform all other duties as assigned

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 08/14/2018
      Position: Community Outreach & Engagement Intern
      Company: Whole Vision LLC

      Associate will be trained in and involved with assisting with programming and community outreach activities associated with Whole Vision LLC (WVLLC). Activities will primarily focus on coordination of community partners, members, and projects, assistance with strategic planning, marketing, development and fundraising, and the enhancement of overall structure and organization.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 08/14/2018
      Position: Care-A-Van Intern
      Company: Whole Vision LLC

      Intern will be trained in and involved with assisting with programming and community outreach activities associated with the Care-A-Van initative. Activities will primarily focus on coordination of community partners, members, and projects,assistance with strategic planning, marketing, development and fundraising and the enhancement of overall structure and organization.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 08/13/2018
      Position: Chapter Program Fundraising Intern
      Company: Because I Said I Would

      Because I said I would is a growing nonprofit organization. Our mission is to better humanity through the importance of a promise. We only hire individuals that can make and keep their promises.
       
      Roles and Responsibilities:
      • Data entry (sign-in sheets, surveys, etc.)
      • Assist with group fundraising projects (calls and scheduling meetings)
      • Work alongside the development and fundraising teams to plan fundraising projects and research grant opportunities
      • Assist with forms processing and administrative support

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 08/13/2018
      Position: Public Policy Intern
      Company: United Way of Greater Cleveland

      United Way of Greater Cleveland is seeking a Public Policy intern (unpaid) to one motivated individual with a passion for public policy and advocacy.  Engaging in public policy is a powerful way to break the cycles of poverty and help improve the lives of children and families in our community. 
       
      This unpaid internship provides experiential learning with an opportunity to develop a broad range of skills working in a nonprofit, nonpartisan setting while gaining valuable hands-on experience in public policy.  This opportunity coincides with the academic year, requiring 10-12 hours per week during the semester (September – December).  Students must currently be enrolled as a junior/senior in a 4-year undergraduate or graduate program with a focus on political science or public policy degree. 
       
      Duties and Responsibilities:
      • Conduct research and analysis on poverty-related policy issues and legislation
      • Assist with writing policy-related communications
      • Attend meetings, issue briefings and webinars
      • Provide operational and administrative support
      • Schedule and prepare for meetings and events
      • Craft social media messaging

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 08/08/2018
      Position: Housing Coordinator- Intern
      Company: EDEN INC

      Responsibilities:

      • Return phone calls to clients, landlords and case managers
      • See clients, landlords etc. who walk in to agency without a scheduled appointment
      • Work with staff on intake appointments of new clients
      • Help complete reports for grant funders
      • Enter client data into our Tenmast system
      • Send letters to clients on behalf of the agency
      • Index documents
      • Track missing information from recertification applications
      • Support housing programs staff and management as needed
      • Maintain a professional and empathetic demeanor when meeting with clients

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 08/08/2018
      Position: Planning Department Intern
      Company: City of Shaker Heights

      The department is involved with many different responsibilities and projects at any one time. The internship is designed to provide students with practical, hands-on planning experience in a busy office. The intern will work closely with experienced planning staff on implementation of daily planning administration activities as well as current city projects.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 08/07/2018
      Position: Fundraising Intern
      Company: Muscular Dystrophy Associations

      The fundraising internship provides a unique opportunity to support the MDA local/satellite office to oversee the success of a specific event or project. The objective of this internship is to foster the development of the intern by working with all levels of the office to complete programs and learn both professionally and personally about MDA, our fundraising programs, and the non-profit industry. The intern will be given a minimum of one project, that will be his/her responsibility, which will add value to the success of the fundraising goals in the local office.  He/she will gain experience working directly with MDA Fundraising and Development teams and MDA families. The intern will be supervised by the Executive Director. 

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 08/07/2018
      Position: Wish Fundraising Intern
      Company: Make-A-Wish Foundation

      Key Responsibilities:

      • Assist in planning and preparation of both internal special events, including BIG Wish Gala, Women Inspiring Strength & Hope and Walk For Wishes
      • Assist Event Manager with event logistics, participant registration and wrap up procedures.
      • Assist with the External Events programs as needed.
      • Travel to surrounding areas to procure items specific to events and distribute promotional materials.
      • Attend and assist event management during events.
      • Assist with mailing assembly.
      • Operate within the policies and procedures established by the National Office and local Make-A-Wish chapter

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here:
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      Posting Date: 08/07/2018
      Position: Wish Program Intern
      Company: Make-A-Wish Foundation

      Key Responsibilities:

      • Support the wish team with all aspects of wish planning
      • Research products and experiences to create meaningful wishes
      • Request in-kind donations and assist with stewarding in-kind donors
      • Support multiple departments with internal events
      • A special project may be designed specifically for the semester of study that will have timelines for completion. This will be determined on a case-by-case basis
      • Operate within the policies and procedures established by the National Office and local Make-A-Wish chapter

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here:
      Internship Information | Internship Interest Form


      Posting Date: 08/07/2018
      Title: Marketing & Community Engagement Intern
      Company: Union Miles Development Corporation

      Responsibilities:

      • Enhance Social Media Channels – Assist with development and implementation of communication strategies to build awareness among youth and young adults of community resources, events, and opportunities for involvement with UMDC.  Maintain website and other social media such as Facebook, Twitter, etc.
      • Develop and Execute Promotional Campaigns – Assist with creation and implementation of marketing strategy and promotional content for the UMDC Membership Program
      • Community Outreach – Engage with residents and businesses to encourage participation in the UMDC programs and activities and draft quarterly newspaper articles.
      • Create Flyers and Marketing Materials – Assist with creation and distribution of promotional materials for events and programs
      Application Deadline: Open until filled.
       

      Posting Date: 08/07/2018
      Title: Marketing Intern
      Company: Metro West Community Development Corporation

      Responsibilities:

      • Create promotional materials for flyers, e-newsletters, and social media
      • Develop and update professional office materials and signage reflecting new MWCDO logo
      • Identify unique brand positions for neighborhoods within MWCDO service area
      • Help organize quarterly joint marketing campaign for local businesses
      • Assist with planning and marketing of MWCDO events
      • Assist in management of social media and creation of a social media calendar
      • Perform all other duties as assigned
      Application Deadline: Open until filled.
       

      Posting Date: 08/07/2018
      Title: Community Involvement Intern
      Company: Metro West Community Development Corporation

      Responsibilities:

      • Connect residents with programs, activities, and services available through MWCDO
      • Encourage resident participation in neighborhood clean-ups and beautification projects
      • Help increase business representation in block club meetings
      • Help promote neighborhood events and community meetings
      • Engage residents in discussions of future development and land use
      • Recruit candidates to participate in Community Advisory Council
      • Work with Hispanic Business Center to organize and promote neighborhood events
      • Perform all other duties as assigned
      Application Deadline: Open until filled.
       

      Posting Date: 08/07/2018
      Title: Community Development Research Intern
      Company: Bellaire Puritas Development Corporation

      Responsibilities:

      • Economic Development:
      1. Create and implement a door-to-door baseline business identification survey of BPDC’s retail corridors and maintain a database of information collected
      2. Determine mutually beneficial partnerships between BPDC and area businesses
      3. Assist in the establishment of a merchants association for interested businesses
      • Housing:
      1. Design and distribute a housing survey to new and departing residents to uncover why people move to and from the neighborhood, as well as tenure of residency
      2. Assist in developing marketing and promotional materials to attract new residents to the neighborhood, particularly to recently renovated houses, based on information gathered from the survey
      3. Assist with code enforcement when necessary
      • General:
        1. Attend relevant City meetings with BPDC staff
        2. Perform all other duties as assigned
      Application Deadline: Open until filled.
       

      Posting Date: 05/09/2018
      Title: Programs Intern
      Company: Greater Cleveland Food Bank

      Support programs hosted by the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.

      Support the programs staff
      •  Assist with the site files compliance against audit requirements
      •  Assist with inputting orders for CFK, KC, BP, School Market and SFSP Programs
      •  Assist with School Market and other programs’ statistics
      •  Help with monitoring and collection of daily meal count sheets and attendance sheets
      •  Works on special projects as needed
      Minimum Qualifications:
      •  Proficiency in Microsoft Office
      •  Attention to detail and good organizational skills
      •  Self-motivated and detail-oriented with a strong work ethic and willingness to learn
      •  Dependability, flexibility, and ability to maintain confidentiality
      •  Professional demeanor
      •  Commitment to addressing issues of food insecurity
      Essential Functions:
      •  Ability to work up to 15 hours per week within business hours (8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday)
      •  Communicating effectively with people in person as well as via telephone and email
      •  Using a computer to create written communication

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 05/09/2018
      Title: Client Services Intern
      Company: Greater Cleveland Food Bank

      Assist in the Greater Cleveland Food Bank’s efforts to connect our neighbors to the food they need every day.

      Responsibilities:

      Serve as the initial contact for SNAP applicants

      • Answer phones, communicate with clients in a friendly and professional manner
      • Prescreen clients for eligibility for SNAP and other benefits
      • Take calls from clients looking for referrals to emergency feeding sites and provide them information on food pantries, hot meals, and other sites

      Complete confidential data entry

      • Keep accurate record of volunteer hours and provide feedback periodically
      • Track and enter necessary service information into department software
      • Update and maintain accuracy of food pantry templates

      Support the Help Center and Outreach Staff

      • Answer questions from clients as able regarding SNAP eligibility, the application process, GCB services, etc.
      • Transfer interested applicants to Help Center Counselors
      • Provide additional support to Help Center Outreach Managers, as needed

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 05/09/2018
      Title: Operations Intern
      Company: Greater Cleveland Food Bank

      Responsibilities:

      • Work with Director of Warehouse Operations on putting existing Documents, Work Instructions, and Standardized Operating Procedures into standardized format
      • Assist with Warehouse Operations Management team in creating Documents, Work Instructions, and Standardized Operating Procedures for daily tasks
      • As part of continuous improvement initiative, walk through all of the steps in each Work Instruction / Document to make sure able to complete and easily understood and identify areas to be corrected
      • Spend time in each area of warehouse operations and document any areas where bottlenecks or process breakdowns are occurring
      • Assist in Repack room layout and identify ways to improve volunteer experience in Repack / Retail
      • Attend Weekly Operations Meetings, Produce and Perishable meetings, Safety meetings and Systems meetings to get a better understanding of the day-to-day operations of the food bank

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 05/09/2018
      Title: Information Technology Intern
      Company: Greater Cleveland Food Bank

      Support operations, programs and activities for the Greater Cleveland Food Bank IT Department.

      Responsibilities:

      Assist IT Technical Support Coordinator to deploy hardware

      • Setup new computers in employee workspaces
      • Test and confirm successful setup of computer hardware
      • Redeploy and repurpose old hardware
      • Organize hardware storage area and inventory

      Assist IT Technical Support Coordinator with software installation and configuration

      • Install software on new computer systems
      • Install operating systems and software on old hardware for redeployment
      • Update software on employee computer systems

      Assist Director of IT with network documentation

      • Audit Hardware inventory
      • Audit Software inventory
      • Create and/or update basic network documentation

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 05/09/2018
      Title: Development Intern
      Company: Greater Cleveland Food Bank

      Support programs and activities which raise funds for the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.

      Responsibilities:

      Assist with the coordination of donor solicitation strategies

      • Conduct research and analysis of potential donors and draft research profiles.
      • Assist Development staff in securing auction items/raffle items for GCFB events
      • Prepare donor packets for, and follow up on, donor visits with Development staff.

      Support the Development staff

      • Assist with special projects and donor visit preparation.
      • Assist with development mailings and filing.
      • Assist in planning donor events and other activities.
      • Assist in writing donor letters.

      Assist with the coordination of communications strategies

      • Contribute to writing donor acknowledgment letters, print communications, and donor cultivation pieces.
      • Assist with creating development department reports and written materials including online content and email updates.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 04/30/2018
      Title: Internships at The City Mission
      Company: The City Mission

      We’re always on the lookout for bright and energetic individuals to fill a range of dynamic internships. Our interns serve semester terms during fall, spring and summer. The City Mission wants to prepare its interns for practical service and ministry, specifically that in an urban, crisis setting. You’ll learn how to minister to men, women and children in crisis, but it won’t be easy. We’ll give you responsibilities that we will hold you to. Don’t plan on a semester of making coffee, organizing or filing—we’ve got big plans for you!

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 04/27/2018
      Title: Transportation Planner (College Intern)
      Company: Licking County Government Human Resources

      Responsibilities:

      • Demonstrates regular and predictable attendance
      • Promotes and maintains positive and effective working relationships and promotes good public relationships as a representative of Licking County Government
      • Develops GIS data layers for traffic volumes and other transportation data layers.  Creates GIS mapping for transportation studies. Aids in website updates
      • Collects traffic count data for use in Travel Demand Forecasting Model, corridor studies, and other projects
      • Assists in data analysis and report compilation
      • Meets all job safety requirements and all applicable OSHA safety standards that pertain to the essential functions of the position and all agency safety procedures
      • Remains informed of current developments and procedures pertinent to duties; may be required to attend seminars/training
      • Assists in the inspection, placement, installation, and management of LCATS signage projects

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 04/25/2018
      Title: Emergency Management Intern
      Company: Cleveland State University

      The Cleveland State University Police Department’s Office of Emergency Management is providing a number of for-credit/for-experience unpaid internships for Public Safety Management students. These internships are designed to be part-time with flexible work schedules.
      This learning opportunity provides students with individual growth, professional knowledge, and real world experience. The objective of the program is to assist the Office of Emergency Management in ongoing recovery and mitigation programs and projects.
      This internship position will assist in updating and coordinating the University’s emergency preparedness plans and initiatives.  Work involves organizing and participating in planning activities and working with key internal and external stakeholders, in order to develop, update or rewrite departmental Continuity of Operations Plans (COOP) and/or Building Emergency Plans (BEP). This process may include analysis to determine and evaluate the potential effects and consequences of an interruption to critical operations as a result of a disaster, accident or emergency, including critical interdependencies among University systems and processes, and vital records that are required.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 04/18/2018
      Title: Summer Retail Banking Intern
      Company: KeyBank

      The KeyBank Summer Retail Internship program is a 12-week foundational Retail Banking training curriculum designed for individuals interested in pursuing careers in Retail Banking. You will gain a holistic view of the Retail branch network as well as other facets of Key Community Bank. The focus of this program is to provide interns the foundational understanding of the operational, compliance, and risk components of Retail Banking through the Teller position. Through this rotational internship program, you will be exposed to multiple branch locations and Line of Business activities. You will learn customer service, banking conversational skills, and participate in delivering Key's Financial Wellness strategy. Successful graduates of the program will be eligible for placement into the KeyBank Management Associate program.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 04/18/2018
      Title: Intern
      Company: Rocky River Waste Water Treatment Plant

      The goal of the internship position is to assist the Rocky River Wastewater Treatment Plant fulfill its NPDES industrial pretreatment requirements. The intern will work with the pretreatment coordinator and Superintendent to assist in identifying potential sources of industrial wastewater contribution, mercury contributors, Fats Oils and Greases, and any other applicable waste stream. He/She will be trained to inspect some of the locations in four cities for pollutant minimization program compliance and will eventually travel throughout the four cities to document that compliance. The intern will create forms, databases, and spreadsheets to track progress, as well as assist in records retention and organization, and minor clerical work. May also be required to assist with cleaning and various minor maintenance projects.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 04/13/2018
      Title: Housing Intern
      Company: Westown Community Development Corporation

      Westown Community Development Corporation (WCDC) is non-profit community Development Corporation located on the west side of Cleveland. WCDC’s mission is to promote neighborhood revitalization and long-term stability in the Westown service area (Ward 11) through the development and implementation of public benefit programs, residential and commercial rehabilitation, neighborhood planning, and community engagement.

      Responsibilities:

      Housing intern will assist with housing code enforcement in partnership with the City of Cleveland. Time in the position will be split between in office background property research and in the field surveys. Specific duties include:

      • Assisting with property research for problem properties
      • Assisting in field surveys to identify property issues
      • Assisting with streamlining code enforcement activities
      • Performing all other duties as assigned

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position, click here.


      Posting Date: 04/06/2018
      Title: Marketing Intern
      Company: Harvard Community Services Center 

      Responsibilities:

      • Contribute to the restructuring of HCSC’s online presence to showcase the wide range of integrated services and programs provided by HCSC, which may include the establishment of an online calendar of events, links to business services, and the creation of descriptive, intuitive, and organized web content
      • Assist with the development and implementation of HCSC’s strategic rebranding campaign through the creation of cohesive promotional materials and templates, such as brochures, flyers, mailings, social media content, and a 50th anniversary logo
      • Segment and target specific interest groups, determine the most effective mediums through which to reach them, and design promotional material accordingly
      • Perform all other duties as assigned

      Application Deadline: N/A

       

      Posting Date: 3/18/2020
      Position: Development & Marketing Intern
      Company: The Up Side of Downs

      The Up Side of Downs is seeking a qualified intern to work within and contribute to our Development team for our biggest fundraising event, the Northeast Ohio Buddy Walk. This paid position will begin in May, approximately 10-12 hours per week. Hours will increase closer to the Buddy Walk.  Must be available to work the event, which takes place on August 15, 2020.

      Responsibilities:  

      • Attend monthly committee planning meetings
      • Assist in marketing the event on all social media platforms and online calendars
      • Create, mail and distribute event marketing materials
      • Communicate with and handle inquiries from USOD families, walk participants, volunteers and donors
      • General administrative tasks such as organizing inventory and supplies; updating documents and files; data entry and completing event preparation projects as assigned
      • Apply knowledge acquired during internship by performing duties and fulfilling expectations at the event.

      Application Deadline: 3/30/2020

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 3/12/2020
      Position: Internship and Fellowship Opportunities 
      Company: CMAP

      Call for interns 2020! Below are internship opportunities throughout our organization:

      Selected interns will have the opportunity to:

      • Gain experience and practical knowledge within your field of interest.
      • Become familiar with the concept of project management and team collaboration.
      • Help with the implementation of initiatives for the welfare of our region.
      • Network with professionals and find your next mentor.
      • While interns will be supervised by CMAP staff, they will be expected to take a high level of responsibility for their own work, and should be self-motivated.
      • Salary Range: Undergraduate $13.00 per hour/Graduate: $15.00 per hour

      Application Deadline: March 20, 2020

      For more information about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 2/18/2020
      Position: City of Worthington,Ohio Summer Intern
      Company: The City of Worthington

      The City of Worthington is seeking one to two public administration/public policy graduate students for a summer internship for up to 40 hours per week. Individuals who have just completed a Master’s Degree are also eligible to be considered. Interns will work directly with the City Manager’s Office and administration with a focus on public policy and program development and public communication. This is a great opportunity for individuals interested in a career in city management to gain exposure to the profession in an environment with a history of strong, professional management.

      Application Deadline: 3/20/2020

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 2/18/2020
      Position: Communications and Marketing Intern
      Company: Cuyahoga Arts & Culture

      Key Projects & Essential Functions
      Advance the ongoing communications efforts of the agency, including:

      • Support organization-wide social media activities, leading discrete projects when necessary
      • Work with staff to identify CAC-funded events and opportunities to feature and promote
      • Create original written and/or visual content for weekly publishing on CAC’s online platforms
      • Assist with efforts to connect residents to Cleveland Arts Events.com, CAC’s online calendar of events

      Work with Cuyahoga Arts & Culture’s team to raise awareness and contribute to the organization’s strategic communications through marketing, social media and administration.

      Application Deadline: 3/06/2020

      For more details about this position please click here.


      Posting Date: 1/28/2020
      Position: Water Quality Intern
      Company: Ohio Department of Transportation

      Job Duties

      Participates in Ohio EPA's College Intern program in the Division of Surface Water, Water Quality Program by assisting staff with duties including, but not limited to:

      • Assist in the collection/ preparation/preservation of stream water samples 
      • Assist in the operation/maintenance of field sampling equipment (e.g., boats, generators, outboard motors, etc.) consistent with approved quality assurance practices and procedures.
      • Assist in the collection of physical/chemical/biochemical data in stream and/or lake surveys and reconnaissance of survey sites (preparation, loading and unloading, and cleaning of equipment used in water quality surveys).
      • Assist in the operation/calibration/ performance maintenance on field instruments and maintains instrument record logs and other quality assurance records.
      • Assist technical staff with chemical data management duties

      Hours/Pay: 8 AM TO 5 PM; $14/hour 

      Application Deadline: Mar 1, 2020 at 11:59 PM

      For more details about this position please click here. 


      Posting Date: 1/28/2020
      Position: Vocational Rehabilitation Intern
      Company: Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities

      OOD’s Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation and Bureau of Services for the Visually Impaired provide vocational rehabilitation (VR) services to eligible individuals with disabilities to assist them to attain and maintain competitive integrated employment. OOD works with adults seeking to enter the workforce or retain a job, and with youth beginning at age 14 to assist them as they transition from high school into college and/or the workplace.

      Hours/Pay: 8 AM TO 5 PM; $10/hour (Freshman), $11/hour (Sophomore), $12/hour (Junior), $13/hour (Senior)

      Application Deadline: Mar 1, 2020 at 11:59 PM

      For more details about this position please click here. 


      Posting Date: 1/28/2020
      Position: Ground Water Engineering Intern
      Company: Ohio Environmental Protection Agency

      Job Duties

      Assist staff with routine duties involved in the plan review and compliance aspects of Ohio EPA's Drinking and Ground Waters Program. Position duties include one or more of the following:

      • Assist the engineer by collecting and summarizing all available data pertinent to the review of engineering plans for public water systems.

      • Reviews plans for conformance with agency design guidelines.

      • Assist in the collection and tabulation of data required to draft recommendations and/or administrative reports and surveys.

      • Accompanies an environmental engineer on public water system visits to determine compliance with rules and regulations.

      • Assist with developing reports and letters associated with site surveys and other activities.

      Hours/Pay: 8 AM TO 5 PM; $14/hour 

      Application Deadline: Feb 24, 2020 at 11:59 PM

      For more details about this position please click here. 


      Posting Date: 1/28/2020
      Position: Northeast District Office Air Pollution Mobile Sources Intern
      Company: Ohio Environmental Protection Agency

      Job Duties

      Assist staff with routine duties involved in the Ohio EPA's Division of Air Pollution Control. Position duties include one or more of the following:

      1. Assist staff in the analysis of existing and new sources of air pollution to determine compliance with state and federal rules.
      2. Compile data, prepare and edit reports and maintain records.
      3. Assist with the audits of test stations

      Hours/Pay: 8 AM TO 5 PM; $14/hour 

      Application Deadline: Feb 24, 2020 at 11:59 PM

      For more details about this position please click here. 


      Posting Date: 1/28/2020
      Position: Twinsburg Office Air Pollution Mobile Sources Intern
      Company: Ohio Environmental Protection Agency

      Job Duties

      Assist staff with routine duties involved in the Ohio EPA's Division of Air Pollution Control. Position duties include one or more of the following:

      1. Assist staff in the analysis of existing and new sources of air pollution to determine compliance with state and federal rules.
      2. Compile data, prepare and edit reports and maintain records.
      3. Assist with the audits of test stations

      Hours/Pay: 8 AM TO 5 PM; $14/hour 

      Application Deadline: Feb 24, 2020 at 11:59 PM

      For more details about this position please click here. 


      Posting Date: 2/6/2020
      Position: CDC Advancement Intern 
      Company: Cleveland Neighborhood Progress

      Cleveland Neighborhood Progress is a local community development funding intermediary with over thirty years of experience investing in community revitalization work in Greater Cleveland. Neighborhood Progress was founded in 1988 and serves a unique function as the only local intermediary in the region. Our mission is to foster inclusive communities of choice and opportunity throughout Cleveland, and our vision is one where Cleveland’s neighborhoods are attractive, vibrant, and inclusive communities where together, people from diverse incomes, races, and generations thrive, prosper, and choose to live, learn, work, and invest.

      Responsibilities:

      Support CDC Advancement’s grant-making and capacity building agenda. Tasks include:

      • Research and document capacity building and professional development trainings and workshops and input into Professional Development and Capacity Building Calendar
      • Attend and support CDC Advancement working groups and committees
      • Assist with planning, volunteer coordination, and evaluation of annual Progress Institute event

      Manage CDC Advancement’s Internship Placement Program

      • Assist CDCs with the creation and distribution of internship postings
      • Attract local students to fill positions o Serve as a liaison between CDCs and local universities
      • Research potential grants to support internship program

      Manage the Clean & Green Trailer Program

      • Track reservations and assist with follow-up reports
      • Communicate with reservation holder and contractor as needed

      Perform all other duties as assigned.

      Application Deadline: Open until filled. (Internship will start in April 2020.)

      For more details about this position please click here.

      For details about other open positions with Cleveland Neighborhood Progress please click here.    


      Posting Date: 2/4/2020
      Position: Senator Rob Portman 2020 Summer Internship
      Company: United States Senate

      Internships in the Washington, DC and Ohio offices of Senator Rob Portman offer college-aged students an exciting introduction to the U.S. Senate and the workings of a Senate office. Interns are assigned to work alongside staff responsible for the Senator’s legislative, press, and administrative operations. Internships are designed primarily for students who have completed at least one full year of collegiate undergraduate coursework and preference is given to students who are residents of Ohio. We are currently accepting applications for the Summer of 2020.

      Summer interns will be chosen for one of two sessions. Session 1 begins on May 11th, 2020 and ends on June 19th, 2020. Session 2 begins on June 22nd, 2020 and ends on July 31st, 2020.

      Application Deadline: February 8th, 2020 at 11:59 PM

      For more details about this position please click here. 

      To apply for this position please click here. 


      Posting Date: 04/30/2019
      Position: Summer Intern
      Company: Concord Township Administration College

      Job Responsibilities:

      • Degree studies in Accounting, Business Administration, or Public Administration preferred
      • The Intern will work under the direction of the Township Administrator on various topics including accounting reconciliation, data entry, plan reviews, and potential policy changes. This position also includes file cleanup and general office work.
      • This internship provides direct contact and exposure to the broad interactions of local government and township administration. These experiences could include group work (within the office or with external organizations/stakeholders), individual work (research and analysis of relevant topics) or community focus work (interactions with the public).
      • The internship features some opportunities for networking, career exploration, and professional development.

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here. 


      Posting Date: 05/07/2019
      Position: Community and Economic Development Internship - Summer 2019
      Company: The City of Shaker Heights

      Job Responsibilities:

      The City of Shaker Heights Economic Development Department is seeking a part-time community and economic development intern to assist economic development staff with ongoing projects and department responsibilities. This is an unpaid, volunteer position for Summer 2019; flexible 10-20 hours for 2-4 days per week. The position is available approximately May-August. 

      The department is involved with many different responsibilities and projects at any one time. The internship is designed to provide students with practical, hands-on community and economic development experience in an inner ring suburb. The intern will work closely with experienced department staff on implementation of daily neighborhood engagement and business attraction and retention activities as well as other current city projects. Interns will be invited to observe or participate in a variety of meetings whenever appropriate... 

      • Completing a photographic inventory of available properties
      • Researching shop local campaigns to upgrade the Shop Shaker program
      • Attend Storefront Renovation Program meetings
      • Assist merchant groups with marketing projects
      • Support of resident-led events and projects
      • Outreach to neighborhood residents
      • Attendance at site visits with home owners to discuss repair and improvement work
      • Assistance planning and executing hands-on home repair classes
      • Data entry

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 06/24/2019
      Position: Social Media Marketing Intern - Fall 2019
      Company: Destination Cleveland

      Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern to gain valuable experience in the field of marketing. This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment, and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of destination marketing. 

      • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
      • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
      • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

      Essential Duties and Responsibilities

      • Monitor, identify and craft responses to social media messages related to visiting Cleveland
      • Identify on-brand #ThisisCLE images and other user generated content for curation, secure appropriate approval for usage
      • Assist with Destination Cleveland's local grass roots marketing efforts and hashtag activation
      • Monitor and identify key influencers including, but not limited to, celebrities, bloggers and users with a high volume of followers and quality messaging related to strategic goals
      • Identify partner events and messaging aligned with Destination Cleveland brand
      • Write/schedule partner promotional posts
      • Update social contact lists and partner information
      • Assist with writing and research for blog posts
      • Seek and analyze competitor marketing efforts 
      • Assist with project plans and timelines

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 06/24/2019
      Position: PR/Communications Intern - Fall 2019
      Company: Destination Cleveland

      Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern to gain valuable experience in the field of PR/Communications. This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of destination PR and communications.

      • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
      • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
      • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

      Essential Duties and Responsibilities

      • Media list development based on thorough research of online, print and broadcast media outlets
      • Development of media pitch and supporting materials – e.g. news release, fact sheet, media alert, etc.; must use AP Style
      • Assistance with interview prep and facilitation
      • Media coverage monitoring and compilation
      • Assistance with department FAM (familiarization) trips, organizing travel writer itineraries or assisting with hosted media itineraries
      • Research and content development for website articles and blogs
      • On-site assistance with Destination Cleveland special events
      • Press kits creation
      • Other duties as assigned

      Application Deadline: N/A

      For more details about this position click here.


      Posting Date: 06/24/2019
      Position: Group Tour/Motorcoach Sales Intern - Fall 2019
      Company: Destination Cleveland

      Destination Cleveland, the official convention and visitors bureau of greater Cleveland, is currently seeking an intern to assist the organization’s Group Tour Sales Managers.

      • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
      • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
      • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

      Essential Duties and Responsibilities

      • 30% Project Oriented / 70% Administrative
      • Assist with various tourism projects in order to market Northeast Ohio
      • Assist with Tourism Special Event Planning as needed, from meetings with local CVB partners to national and international tradeshows
      • Researching, writing and revising of sample itineraries for group tours
      • Researching various tourism opportunities, leads
      • Interact and network with member organizations and tour operators/leaders
      • Assist with various Familiarization trips, interacting with CVB partners and sponsors
      • Maintain/Update database and filing systems of travel professionals
      • Prepare and coordinate mailings
      • Other duties as assigned

        Application Deadline: N/A

        For more details about this position click here.


        Posting Date: 06/24/2019
        Position: Marketing Intern - Fall 2019
        Company: Destination Cleveland

        Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern to gain valuable experience in the field of marketing. This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment, and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of destination marketing.

        • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
        • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
        • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

        Essential Duties and Responsibilities

        • Special project for duration and completion of internship
        • Seek and analyze competitor marketing and promotions for the Group Tour Industry
        • Assists Associate Marketing Manager and Senior Marketing Manager with project plans and maintaining timelines
        • Works closely with Associate Marketing Manager on a daily basis to ensure project progress and maintain constant communication within marketing department
        • Submit projects request forms for the Marketing Department
        • Assist in the creation of print and digital ads, collateral, signage, e-mail campaigns, and online promotion, etc.
        • Work collaboratively with advertising agencies and print vendors on marketing projects
        • Coordinate photo shoots with local photographers
        • Manage image library and permissions
        • Work with external vendors on quoting promotional giveaways
        • Assist in the distribution or delivery of marketing materials
        • Assist with fulfillment of contests, offers, weekend packages to visit Cleveland
        • Assist with execution of marketing materials for trade shows
        • Assist Senior Marketing Manager prepare presentations and campaign planning documents for various departments
        • Provide support and assistance in activating social media channels
        • Attend local events to help activate social media campaigns with ThisisCLE Mobile Tour
        • Assist the VP of Marketing with coordinating and preparing meetings with various departments, agencies and vendors
        • Attend local conventions, conferences, and networking events with Destination Cleveland staff

          Application Deadline: N/A

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 06/24/2019
          Position: Digital Marketing Intern - Fall 2019
          Company: Destination Cleveland

          Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern to gain valuable experience in the field of digital marketing. This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment, and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of destination marketing.

          • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
          • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
          • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

          Essential Duties and Responsibilities

          • Special project for duration and completion of internship
          • Evaluate content on the ThisisCleveland.com site and ensure accuracy
          • Work in the content management system for ThisisCleveland.com to add event information, proof, and upload images
          • Aggregate digital data and organize for operationalization by team
          • Complete Search Engine Optimization projects
          • Assist with Digital Marketing support projects
          • Evaluate and add offline data into the site
          • Gather various sources of data from Google Analytics, User Experience tools, Email provider, to pull into holistic data sets
          • Create reporting templates

          Application Deadline: N/A

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 06/24/2019
          Position: Convention and Hospitality Sales Intern- Fall 2019
          Company: Destination Cleveland

          Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern seeking to gain broad experience in various aspects of convention sales as well as event and hospitality management through cross-training with a partnering hotel and convention venue. The selected candidate will divide their hours worked between Destination Cleveland and the partner organizations.

          • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
          • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
          • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

          Essential Duties and Responsibilities

          • Assist with all facets of the convention sale from lead pursuit to closing, including but not limited to:
            • Attend internal sales strategy meetings and Director of Sales (DOS) meetings
            • Attend city site inspections with potential customers
            • Assist with familiarization tours, interacting with CVB members and sponsors
            • Help with any administrative assistance that is needed by the National Sales Managers
          • Conduct account research
          • Update client data in department database (Simpleview)
          • Observe team members from other Destination Cleveland departments, including Administration, Destination Development, Marketing and Partnerships, to gain a greater understanding of the role a convention and visitors bureau plays in driving tourism and economic development in a community.
          • In partnership with a local hotel, gain experience in various aspects of hotel and hospitality management, including working in sales/revenue management as well as catering and events while also receiving operational exposure (Front Office, etc.)
          • In partnership with a local convention venue, gain experience in various aspects of convention venue operations, management and sales.

          Application Deadline: N/A

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 08/05/2019
          Position: Digital Content Intern
          Company: Playhouse Square

          Salary Range: $150 per week stipend + paid parking

          Playhouse Square is looking for a detail-oriented person with excellent organizational skills to fill the Digital Content Internship

          Responsibilities include posting Playhouse Square events to online community calendars, assisting with content creation and scheduling for Playhouse Square social media channels, providing support to marketing staff including: data entry, list pulling, and making website copy changes, providing guest relations support by responding to social media inquiries, and other special projects as needed.

          This is a part-time position that will require the intern to work a minimum of 20 hours per week (additional hours, including occasional evenings & weekends, may be required for events and projects). The workdays are Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. The internship will last from August 26, 2019 – December 13, 2019.

          Qualifications:

          • Experience with Social Media Management systems (Sprout, Hootsuite) is preferred.
          • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
          • Photography and videography skills a plus.
          • Outgoing, people-oriented person with outstanding interpersonal skills.
          • Strong organizational skills and ability to meet deadlines.

          Application Deadline: N/A

          For more details about this position please click here.


          Posting Date: 10/17/2019
          Position: Summer Graduate Internships
          Company: Legislative Analyst's Office Sacramento, California

          The Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO) provides nonpartisan fiscal and policy analysis to the California Legislature and has done so since 1941. The LAO (1) assists the Legislature in all aspects of the budget process, through its analytical and oversight activities; (2) responds to legislative requests for information and analysis of the state's budget and programs; and (3) conducts independent studies and produces self-generated reports on topics of importance to the state.

          Application Deadline: December 20, 2019

          For more details about this position please click here.


          Posting Date: 11/21/2019
          Position: Fund Intern
          Company: FARE-Cle

          FARE-Cle is seeking an intern who is self-directed, organized and is able to assist this non-profit in reaching constituents through social media, the development of promotional materials, and website enhancements. College students majoring in Marketing, Communications, or Nonprofit Administration are preferred. The position will begin in January and requires working 10 hours a week on a flexible schedule. This is a college credit position.

          Responsibilities:

          • Organize and maintain documents and lists relative to the organization
          • Correspond with donors, drivers and families
          • Promote FARE-Cle through newsletters, social media posts and marketing materials
          • Search for databases and grant opportunities
          • Follow up with families and drivers as directed
          • Website maintenance and enhancement
          • Perform general administrative tasks such as organizing, updating and maintaining documents, records and files; data entry, completing special projects and all other duties as assigned

          Application Deadline: January 13, 2020

          For more details about this position please click here.


          Posting Date: 1/13/2020
          Position: Economic Development Intern
          Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization

          Responsibilities:

          • Help develop economic success within the Detroit Shoreway, Edgewater, and Cudell communities in Cleveland
          • Compile case studies on local economic development incentive programs in cities with comparable urban redevelopment initiatives
          • Prepare commercial baseline survey 
          • Assist in preparing a database that will capture square footage of retail storefronts, rental rates, property ownership, and vacancy
          • Assist with tax assessment renewal for the Gordon Square Special Improvement District
          • Assist with other projects as they arise

          Application Deadline: N/A. This internship begins January 2020.

          For more details about this position please click here.


          Posting Date: 1/13/2020
          Position: Social Work Intern
          Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization

          Responsibilities:

          • Work with the property management department to facilitate resident engagement of DSCDO’s 339 apartment units
          • Prepare, distribute and compile resident satisfaction surveys
          • Provide administrative support to social work staff in DSCDO’s property management department
          • Assist in canvasing survey to residents that live in DSCDO owned buildings
          • Assist in developing and distributing e-blasts, flyers, and newsletters  
          • Assist in hosting and planning resident  
          • Assist in coordinating research and data collections project
          • Provide support to resident engagement efforts and events
          • Assist with other projects as they arise

          Application Deadline: N/A. This internship begins January 2020.

          For more details about this position please click here. 


          Posting Date: 1/28/2020
          Position: Public Information Intern
          Company: Ohio Department of Transportation

          Job Duties

          This is a temporary position involving various duties that will either supplement the student’s major field of study and/or provide experience that is a useful addition to the student’s education and meaningful preparation for future professional employment.

          Under supervision & training of Public Information Officer or other designated staff, uses personal computer & related software (e.g., Microsoft Word, Excel, & Adobe InDesign) to prepare, proofread, generate copies of, & send & maintain files of the monthly newsletter & Statewide newsletter.  Assists with gathering information on road closures, lane restrictions, & detours, new highway openings, road maintenance activities (e.g., snow & ice removal, road repairs), highway construction projects, & special events to assist in writing (e.g., using Microsoft Word) & distributing press releases to local & state officials, media (e.g., radio, television), & general public in response to current events.

          Performs miscellaneous duties to facilitate the operational efficiency of the work unit (e.g., maintains accurate records, organizes material & compiles information to assist in report preparation).  Serves as backup for greeting & directing visitors (e.g., general public & couriers); answers telephone & directs incoming calls to appropriate party or takes messages; provides information about ODOT activities &/or programs by responding to inquiries received by telephone &/or email using computer & related software (e.g., Microsoft Outlook).

          Hours/Pay: 28 hours per week (7:30 AM - 4:00 PM); $11.72/hour (Freshman), $12.22/hour (Sophomore), $13.72/hour (Junior), $14.72/hour (Senior)

          Application Deadline: N/A

          For more details about this position please click here. 


          Posting Date: 1/13/2020
          Position: Finance Intern
          Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization

          Responsibilities:

          • Assist with accounts receivable management
          • Provide general accounting support
          • Assist in compiling research of end-of-year records for auditors
          • Work alongside auditors and accounting staff
          • Assist with statistical analysis and other special projects
          • Present data-driven recommendations to the finance team
          • Assist with other projects as they arise

          Application Deadline: N/A. This internship begins January 2020.

          For more details about this position please click here.


          Posting Date: 12/20/2019 (Repost)
          Position: 2020 Summer Interns
          Company: Cleveland Foundation 

          The Cleveland Foundation has conducted a summer internship program since 1999 that provides talented and diverse undergraduate students and recent college graduates an opportunity to work within Cleveland-area nonprofit and public sector organizations. Beyond an 11-week paid internship experience, interns also participate in and coordinate bi-weekly seminars that highlight the work of local nonprofit and public sector organizations, their roles within the community, and opportunities for professional development.

          Application Deadline: January 13, 2020

          For more details about this internship, click here: Summer Internship Program / Summer Internship Application Information 


          Posting Date: 11/26/2019
          Position: Social Media Intern
          Company: The Cleveland Bucket List

          The ideal candidate has strong communication skills and a love of writing. He/she is comfortable conversing with people in person, via email, and on social media. He/she has a desire to grow their knowledge of social media marketing and advertising on social media. We are looking for a self-starter who can bring new and exciting ideas to the table. This position requires a thorough knowledge of Instagram, Facebook and influencer marketing. A desire to learn more about influencer marketing will be considered. This position is unpaid with flexible hours, but can be used for college credit. Candidates must have own computer - access to a DSLR camera an added bonus.

          Responsibilities:
          • Daily management of social media accounts for the brand
          • Content creation for the brand on the web and social media
          • Digital content creation including flyers, banners, and graphics for social media
          • Report progress and results based on analytics and data
          • Other marketing duties/projects as assigned

          Application Deadline: December 15, 2019 at 6pm

          For more details about this internship, click here.


          Posting Date: 11/25/2019
          Position: Development & Marketing Intern, Winter/Spring 2020
          Company: Up Side of Downs

          The Up Side of Downs is seeking a qualified intern to work within and contribute to our Development team for our two major fundraising events, The Sunburst Gala and The Northeast Ohio Buddy Walk. College students with an emphasis in their studies in Marketing, Communications, Event Planning or Nonprofit Administration are encouraged to apply.

          This college credit earned position will begin in January, approximately 10-12 hours per week. Hours will increase closer to the gala event.  Must be available for gala event set up on February 14, 2020 and on the day of the Sunburst Gala which is February 15, 2020.

          Responsibilities will be focused on assisting the Development Coordinator in all logistics of event planning and coordination including but not limited to:

          • Researching best practices for fundraising events and campaigns
          • Drafting and posting social media messages on social media platforms
          • Communicating regularly with current and prospective donors, sponsors and volunteers
          • Handling inquiries from USOD families
          • Attend monthly committee planning meetings (evenings)
          • Assist with creating social media calendar and posts (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
          • Creation and mailing of event marketing materials
          • Various event preparation assignments
          • Perform general administrative tasks such as organizing inventory and supplies; updating and maintaining documents, records and files; data entry, completing special projects and all other duties as assigned

          Application Deadline: December 1, 2019

          For more details about this internship, click here.


          Posting Date: 11/21/2019
          Position: 2020 Summer Interns
          Company: Cleveland Foundation 

          The Cleveland Foundation has conducted a summer internship program since 1999 that provides talented and diverse undergraduate students and recent college graduates an opportunity to work within Cleveland-area nonprofit and public sector organizations. Beyond an 11-week paid internship experience, interns also participate in and coordinate bi-weekly seminars that highlight the work of local nonprofit and public sector organizations, their roles within the community, and opportunities for professional development.

          Application Deadline: December 15, 2019

          For more details about this internship, click here: Summer Internship Program / Summer Internship Application Information   


          Posting Date: 11/21/2019
          Position: The Education intern
          Company: The Up Side of Downs

          The Education intern will work directly with the Education Director to assist in planning and executing education programs at the Up Side of Downs.

          Responsibilities:

          • Help prepare materials for USOD education programs including but not limited to The Learning Program, Toddler Program and TEEN program
          • During USOD education classes, assist teacher in classroom with preparing the classroom for student arrival, work with students on various activities, assist students that may need more individualized support, and support teacher in other areas on an as needed basis.
          • Compile and analyze data relating to education programming
          • Support Education Director and other programming staff with various responsibilities and activities on an as needed basis.

          Application Deadline: December 1st, 2019

          For more details about this position please click here.


          Posting Date: 11/18/2019
          Position:  Management Intern Program
          Company: City of Phoenix

          The City of Phoenix Management Intern Program is a nationally recognized program that has been training future municipal leaders since 1950. More than 205 former participants have achieved success in all levels of government as well as in the private sector. If you are interested in a rewarding and challenging public service career, this is an excellent opportunity to apply to work in an award-winning, world-renowned municipal corporation in one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States.

          If selected, you will learn about every facet of a large, urban, complex city operation from the ground up. During this exciting, and fast-paced year, you will:

          • Work on a variety of assignments and projects that affect our community of 1.6 million residents.
          • Gain exposure to innovative best practices in an our award-winning organization through your rotations in the City Manager’s Office and a department that provides direct service to the community.
          • Participate in the process of setting city policy by staffing City Council meetings.
          • Use research and writing skills by studying an issue, recommending solutions and drafting a management report.
          • Work directly with residents and city staff on service delivery to the public.

          Some of the projects completed by past participants include:

          • Research upcoming fare collection and smart card expansion project;
          • Participate in Request for Proposal process for textile recycling, which promotes waste diversion;
          • Provide research, data, and recommendations addressing micro transit, Bus Rapid Transit funding, community outreach, and stakeholder opportunities for partnerships such as Local First Arizona;
          • Assist in project addressing staffing levels in the Water Services department;
          • Monitor new contractor providing services to senior citizens and evaluating their performance in delivering customer service.

          Application Deadline: January 2, 2020 

          For more details about this position please click here.


          Posting Date: 08/16/2019
          Position: Communications & Outreach Communications and Outreach Intern (COM819)
          Company: Chicago Metropoltan Agency for Planning

          The Communications and Outreach Intern is responsible for helping to develop and manage CMAP content in a variety of print and electronic formats and assisting community outreach and engagement with CMAP partners, stakeholders, and constituents. Above all, the position requires excellent attention to detail that includes writing and editing skills, familiarity with Microsoft Word and Excel, and some experience using social media and web content management systems.

          The ability to think critically and work independently is essential. Over the course of the internship, the intern will work on projects across a variety of policy and local governance issues.

          Prior employment experience is a plus. The candidate should be punctual in working the required hours and notify CMAP staff should there be any scheduling issues that necessitate absence or late arrival.

          Application Deadline: September 7, 2019 at 5:00pm CST.

          For more details about this position please click here.


          Posting Date: 07/03/2019
          Position: Summer Internship Program
          Company: The Cleveland Foundation  

          The Cleveland Foundation has conducted a summer internship program since 1999 that provides talented and diverse undergraduate students and recent college graduates an opportunity to work within Cleveland-area nonprofit and public sector organizations. Beyond an 11-week paid internship experience, interns also participate in and coordinate bi-weekly seminars that highlight the work of local nonprofit and public sector organizations, their roles within the community, and opportunities for professional development.

          The program’s objectives include:

          • Increasing local organizations’ capacity to conduct important short-term projects
          • Providing a full time, paid internship opportunity ($12 per hour)
          • Providing meaningful career-related work experience
          • Stimulating interest in a career in the nonprofit or public sectors
          • Exposing interns to a broad range of nonprofit/public sector organizations, leaders, and partnerships, building their first-hand knowledge of the Greater Cleveland nonprofit community and public sector endeavors

          For more details about this position please click here.


          Posting Date: 04/04/2019
          Position: Communications and Public Service Education Intern
          Company: NASPAA The Global Standard in Public Service Education

          Responsibilities:

          • Develop communications products and manage feedback for NASPAA’s Standards Colloquium, a tenyear strategic look at the values, curriculum, and purpose of public service graduate programs around the globe. NASPAA-accredited schools must vote to approve any standards and need access to relevant information to make those decisions. The intern will assist in developing a plan of the most
            effective messaging and strategies to share information, particularly through NASPAA’s new website and through social media. The intern will also assist in establishing a process for reviewing and analyzing public comment on specific proposed changes. 
          • Evaluate and improve communications with regard to the redesign of the accreditation portions of the NASPAA website at aspaa.org/accreditation.
          • Draft globally literate communications plan and/or products to support development of potential new members and accreditation applicants.

          Application Deadline: The deadline is rolling. NASPAA will start considering applications immediately, but applications will be accepted until filled. The posting on publicservicecareers.org will be removed once the position is filled otherwise potential applicants should assume the position is still open.

          For more details about this position see:
          Job Description | NASPAA Internships | Public Service Careers.org


          Posting Date: 04/04/2019
          Position: Higher Education Policy and Data Intern
          Company: NASPAA The Global Standard in Public Service Education

          Responsibilities:

          • Working on the NASPAA “Threshold Project”, to build a NASPAA-driven recognition system for graduate MPA/MPP programs in each of four key areas: Sustainability, Inclusivity, Civic Engagement, and Globalization.
          • Creating the annual accreditation data report, NASPAA’s public resource on school data and trends. Candidate will be expected to analyze and present data effectively, resulting in a final report. Previous reports can be viewed here: https://www.naspaa.org/accreditation/data-accredited-programs
          • Working with the Data Center Director to collect & analyze NASPAA member data as needed. This may include analyzing Admissions Survey data & presenting at the Admission’s Directors Meeting in July.

          Application Deadline: The deadline is rolling. NASPAA will start considering applications immediately, but applications will be accepted until filled. The posting on publicservicecareers.org will be removed once the position is filled otherwise potential applicants should assume the position is still open.

          For more details about this position see:
          Job Description | NASPAA Internships | Public Service Careers.org


          Posting Date: 04/10/2019
          Position: Summer Intern 
          Company: CMT Consulting

          We are looking for a motivated, highly-driven, buttoned-up, independent worker who is thirsty to learn all that they can in this internship and be a true member of the team from the start. We believe that the best way to learn is to do. Working side-by-side with the CMT team will give you the skills and tools you need to kick start your marketing/advertising career.

          This internship will touch various aspects of our agency including media planning / buying, creative creation, social campaign set up and execution, and reporting.

          Application Deadline: Tuesday, April 30, 2019 at 5:00pm

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 05/07/2019
          Position: Summer Intern
          Company: Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority

          The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA) is seeking Summer Interns in various disciplines, including Accounting, Finance, Audit, HR and Data Analytics. Students entering at least their sophomore year of undergraduate studies are invited to apply. The internship is designed to provide students with valuable experience in their major field of study. GCRTA departments will identify specific projects for students based on field of study and other relevant qualifications.

          Application Deadline: Thursday, May 30, 2019

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 05/16/2019
          Position: Marketing/Development Internship For Summer 2019 
          Company: Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center 

          DVCAC is looking for an enthusiastic marketing/development/public relations intern to join our development department and provide creative ideas to help achieve our goals. Candidate will have the opportunity to observe dynamics and participate in working with various employee groups within an established non-profit organization. Intern will have administrative duties in developing and implementing marketing and outreach strategies; insightful contribution will help develop and expand DVCAC's outreach and visibility. Candidate will acquire marketing skills and knowledge of various marketing strategies and tactics that may include, but are not limited to: 

          • Marketing and advertising content and creation (e.g. Social Media, direct mail, web, printed collateral, communications)
          • Develop social media content calendar and plan for web-based messaging
          • Assist in the creation and content of email newsletter
          • Assist in creating plan and timeline to unveil DVCAC's new brand in spring 2020
          • Perform market research on target audiences
          • Competitive research for content creation
          • Create/maintain contact lists
          • Grow public awareness and social media presence
          • Analyze trends, opportunities, and success of promotion efforts
          • Additional projects, including administrative tasks, as assigned

          Application Deadline: May 24, 2019 at 5 pm

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 04/25/2019
          Position: Summer Intern
          Company: Flats Forward

          Job Responsibilities:

          • Work closely with the Director to implement the strategic initiatives outlined within the Framework Plan, as well as to conduct business and resident outreach.
          • Assist with the development of a more robust membership engagement program.
          • Assist with fundraising events, planning and efforts.
          • Assist in design work related to social media posts and map making.
          • Assist with marketing initiatives, including newsletter communications.
          • Attend Board and Committee meetings; assist with meetings minutes and documentation.
          • Any other duties as assigned by Director

          Application Deadline: N/A

          For more details about this position click here. 


          Posting Date: 04/15/2019
          Position: Marketing Internship Biomimicry
          Company: GREAT LAKES

          Job Responsibilities:

          • Assist with the development of a new website.
          • Boost social media efforts through evaluation of current efforts, developing a content schedule, creating engaging posts and addressing questions/feedback.
          • Research targeted industries and companies.
          • Curate content for multiple audiences and marketing channels, including social media, website, blog, fliers, printed desk calendar, e-newsletter and press releases.
          • Create, test and evaluate new marketing messaging and efforts.
          • Prepare / improve materials for Innovation Services consulting, Professional Education Workshops and the Biomimicry Fellowship Program.
          • Provide fresh ideas to help our organization grow, solve problems, engage new clients, improve services and create raving fans.

          Application Deadline: Tuesday, April 30, 2019

          For more details about this position click here. 


          Posting Date: 04/10/2019
          Position: Park Programming Summer Intern 
          Company: LAND studio

          Job Responsibilities:

          • Facilitating and staffing events in multiple parks and public spaces throughout the City
          • Building a calendar of events across multiple neighborhoods
          • Supporting artists in project instruction
          • Coordinating artists, musicians, entertainment, permitting, etc.
          • Managing program vendors (audio visual, entertainment, etc.)
          • Capturing demographic statistics and event photos
          • Shopping for and delivering materials to events
          • Providing marketing support
          • Maintaining summer programming blog
          • Organization/categorization of project materials
          • Attendance at related meetings
          • Daily communication with project leadership

          Application Deadline: Monday, April 15, 2019

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 04/02/2019
          Position: Marketing Intern
          Company: Playhouse Square

          Playhouse Square is looking for an outgoing, organized and creative individual interested in a part-time internship. This position includes, but is not limited to, assisting the department with researching marketing practices, creating content for social media channels, managing the rotation and installation of marketing signage in the theaters and general clerical duties, such as data entry, filing and assembling mailings.  The Marketing Intern may also be asked to assist at press events, press runs and other special events.

          Salary: $150 per week stipend + paid parking

          Application Deadline: N/A

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 03/21/2019
          Position:  Public Administration/Public Policy Summer Intern 
          Company: City of Worthington

          The City of Worthington is seeking one to two public administration/public policy graduate students for a summer internship for up to 40 hours per week. Individuals who have just completed a Master’s Degree are also eligible to be considered. Interns will work directly with the City Manager’s Office and adminis-tration with a focus on public policy and program development and public communication. This is a great opportunity for individuals interested in a career in city management to gain exposure to the profession in an environment with a history of strong, professional management.

          Salary: $15.84 per hour

          Application Deadline: Friday, April 12, 2019

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 03/11/2019
          Position: Diocesan Projects Intern
          Company: The Episcopal Diocese of Ohio

          This intern will work on various projects in the offices of Mission, Communications, and Ministry.

          • Assist in developing concepts for social media marketing ideas and content
          • Compile information for the Diocesan Convention Journals
          • Brainstorm fun, innovative marketing concepts for Bellwether Farm
          • Copy writing/editing for magazine, website, and electronic communications
          • Assist in the production of a manual for clergy
          • Work on various short term projects in the office of Mission

          Salary: $10 - $12 per hour depending on skills and previous experience.

          Application Deadline: Sunday, March 31, 2019

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 03/07/2019
          Position: Marketing and Development Intern – Summer, 2019
          Company: Western Reserve Land Conservancy

          The Marketing and Development Intern will report to the Communications and Marketing Director and engage in various marketing, fundraising and event planning activities, including:

          • Create content for Land Conservancy publications and social medial platforms, including research, writing, taking photos and videos, and organizing archived photos/documents
          • Organize and implement a mini-grant program
          • Assist with writing grant requests
          • Assist in the planning and implementation of cultivation, gratitude, outreach and volunteer events, including creating event materials (website, invitations, etc.) and day-of-event responsibilities including set up and tear down
          • Track government spending for various programs
          • Assist as needed with mailings, donor database entry and prospect research
          • Assist with some headquarters responsibilities as assigned by Development Coordinator

          Salary: $10 per hour

          Application Deadline: Friday, March 29th at 5:00pm

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 02/19/2019
          Position: Convention Services Intern
          Company: Destination Cleveland

          Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern seeking to gain valuable experience in the field of convention services.  This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment, and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of meetings and conventions.

          • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
          • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
          • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

          Destination Cleveland is a private, non-profit organization responsible for marketing Cleveland as a destination city. The organization strives to change perceptions of Cleveland, attract leisure and business travelers, and leverage locals’ passion about their hometown to help move the city forward. Through these efforts, Destination Cleveland drives economic impact and stimulates community vitality.

          Application Deadline: N/A

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 02/19/2019
          Position: Recycling Outreach and Communications Intern
          Company: Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District (Cuyahoga Recycles)

          The Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District seeks an outgoing, articulate and energetic individual to assist with recycling outreach and education to children and adults. Applicants should possess excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills. We prefer students who are studying to work in environmental education, communications or sustainability fields. Other courses of study will be considered provided the student demonstrates an interest and knowledge of environmental issues, particularly solid waste management and recycling. Computer skills and research skills are also required. Applicants must be able to work some evenings and weekends and possess a valid driver’s license.  

          Salary: $12 per hour

          Application Deadline: Friday, March 8, 2019

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 02/19/2019
          Position: Social Media Marketing Intern
          Company: Destination Cleveland

          Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern to gain valuable experience in the field of marketing. This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment, and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of destination marketing. 

          • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
          • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
          • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

          Destination Cleveland is a private, non-profit organization responsible for marketing Cleveland as a destination city. The organization strives to change perceptions of Cleveland, attract leisure and business travelers, and leverage locals’ passion about their hometown to help move the city forward. Through these efforts, Destination Cleveland drives economic impact and stimulates community vitality.

          Application Deadline: N/A

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 02/19/2019
          Position: PR/Communications Intern
          Company: Destination Cleveland

          Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern to gain valuable experience in the field of PR/Communications. This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of destination PR and communications.

          • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
          • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
          • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

          Destination Cleveland is a private, non-profit organization responsible for marketing Cleveland as a destination city. The organization strives to change perceptions of Cleveland, attract leisure and business travelers, and leverage locals’ passion about their hometown to help move the city forward. Through these efforts, Destination Cleveland drives economic impact and stimulates community vitality.

          Application Deadline: N/A

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 02/19/2019
          Position: Group Tour/Motorcoach Sales Intern
          Company: Destination Cleveland

          Destination Cleveland, the official convention and visitors bureau of greater Cleveland, is currently seeking an intern to assist the organization’s Group Tour Sales Managers.

          • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
          • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
          • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

          Destination Cleveland is a private, non-profit organization responsible for marketing Cleveland as a destination city. The organization strives to change perceptions of Cleveland, attract leisure and business travelers, and leverage locals’ passion about their hometown to help move the city forward. Through these efforts, Destination Cleveland drives economic impact and stimulates community vitality.

          Application Deadline: N/A

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 02/19/2019
          Position: Digital Marketing Intern
          Company: Destination Cleveland

          Destination Cleveland is seeking a self-motivated and passionate intern to gain valuable experience in the field of digital marketing. This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment, and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of destination marketing.

          • 15-22 hours/week or required hours for internship course credit (flexible with hours)
          • $600 stipend upon completion of internship
          • Internship duration: 3 months over one semester (flexible)

          Destination Cleveland is a private, non-profit organization responsible for marketing Cleveland as a destination city. The organization strives to change perceptions of Cleveland, attract leisure and business travelers, and leverage locals’ passion about their hometown to help move the city forward. Through these efforts, Destination Cleveland drives economic impact and stimulates community vitality.

          Application Deadline: N/A

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 02/14/2019
          Position: Foundation Intern
          Company: Union Home Mortgage

          The Foundation Intern will assist in the management and administration of the company’s newly established corporate giving programs and volunteerism events. Interns will leave with knowledge and experience of Cleveland’s nonprofit sector, grant making, corporate social responsibility programs, and event planning.

          Application Deadline: N/A

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 01/29/2019
          Position: Arts Intern
          Company: Studio Institute

          Through this program, interns meet staff involved in all facets of an institution's activities. They learn how each department, in its own way, supports that museum's mission. Coming from many different backgrounds, interns bring unique perspective to cultural organizations. Often, participating in an internship can inform a young person's career choices in subtle and long-lasting ways.

          Salary: $3,980 (Arts Interns receive an additional $500 stipend from Studio Institute)

          Application Deadline: Friday, February 14, 2019

          For more details about this position click here.


          Posting Date: 01/17/2019
          Position: Photojournalist Internship
          Company: Care Alliance Health Center

          The Photojournalist Internship is a 16-week program that gives students the opportunity to assist Care Alliance Health Center’s (CAHC) External Affairs Team with capturing images, videos, and/or stories to highlight Care Alliances’ interaction with the community. The Photojournalist Intern will also assist in curating digital content for advertisement, training, and social media.

          Responsibilities: 

          • Manage/organize photo database
          • Capture images for marketing material
          • Create videos that capture CAHC’s involvement with the community
          • Assist department with creation of social media content
          • Edit content in Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, and/or Premiere
          • Recruit potential interviewees to share relationship with Care Alliance
          • Write articles regarding patient’s and/or staff’s relationship with Care Alliance
          • Plan and execute photoshoots and video productions
          • Integrate current partnership with St. Ignatius to obtain content from efforts done by the students through school homeless initiative

          Application Deadline: Friday, January 18, 2019 at 5:00pm

          For more details about this position click here:
          Photojournalist Internship Details | Application Form


          Posting Date: 01/10/2019
          Position: Regional Planning Intern
          Company: Harvard Forest

          This position will focus on using planning documents from community to regional scales and social, demographic and economic data to summarize existing frameworks for action and to provide detailed characterization of the Connecticut River Valley’s economic, demographic, and cultural variation. The student will be involved in developing a coordinated regional plan in collaboration with mentors and NGO partners. Applicants should have experience or coursework in regional planning, and an interest in land protection, agriculture, and urban issues.

          Salary: Stipend of $5,775 for the 11-week session

          Application Deadline: Friday, February 1, 2019 at 9:00am

          For more details about this position click here:
          Summer Research Project 2019 | Summer Research Program


          Posting Date: 01/10/2019
          Position: Conservation GIS Intern
          Company: Harvard Forest

          This position will be focused on using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to provide insights on the region’s conservation history, recent landcover changes, population and potential future changes, and--working with experts--help identify areas most suitable for forests, farms, and responsible development. Applicants should be interested in land protection and have experience with, or have a strong motivation to learn, GIS and have good analytic skills.

          Salary: Stipend of $5,775 for the 11-week session

          Application Deadline: Friday, February 1, 2019 at 9:00am

          For more details about this position click here:
          Summer Research Project 2019 | Summer Research Program


          Posting Date: 12/19/2018
          Position: Brunswick Historical Society Internship
          Company: Brunswick Area Historical Society

          The Brunswick Historical Society (Brunswick, Ohio) has started a project for a new building at their Heritage Farm which is being funded by state and local contributions. For the next phase the Society is looking for an intern to assist with foundation and corporate grant funding to complete work on the inside of the building and the landscaping of the project. In addition to gaining an understanding of how grants work, and developing contacts, the intern may also involve themselves in historical preservation and government issues the Society is addressing.

          The Society is seeking an intern to work on the on-going expansion of our Heritage Farm. The work will involve the writi