It’s not too early to start thinking about summer internships!
The JCU Summer in the City Internship opportunities cover the topics of homelessness, advocacy, service, solidarity, and social change. Nine internships will enable qualified students to explore the systems and structures behind many of the current social issues of our times. This ten-week, full-time, immersive experience will place students with a nonprofit community organization in Cleveland involved in advocacy work to address these social issues. Students will use their internship experience to prepare a research project for the organization that promotes social change. Interns also receive a stipend for their work. Internships are open to all sophomore, junior, and senior undergraduates and graduate students.
Join us on Wednesday, November 11 from 7:00-7:45 pm on Zoom to learn how to apply (these are paid internships!) and ask any questions you may have about the Summer in the City Internship.
Hear from Summer 2020 interns about their experience:
– Jordan Spradlin, Exercise Science and Psychology Major ’22 will be speaking about her experience at Boys Hope Girls Hope
– Matthew Loughran, Political Science and Peace, Justice, and Human Rights Major ’21 will be speaking about his experience at Catholic Charities Migration and Refugee Services
– Emel Terzioglu, Management and Human Resources Major ’22 will be speaking about her experience at Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry
Visit https://jcu.edu/student-life/center-service-and-social-action/student-employment-and-internship-opportunities/internship-opportunities for more information and to apply for a 2021 Summer in the City Internship!
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org