Cleveland Foundation Interns

Eighteen interns participating in the Cleveland Foundation Summer Internship Program, accompanied by two program representatives, visited Cleveland City Hall for a meet and greet and discussion with Mayor Frank G. Jackson on the “Reasons Young People Should Choose to Live In Cleveland.”

Mayor Jackson shared with the students his life experiences, education, career path and his ideas for continuous improvements for Cleveland City Hall and for the City of Cleveland. 

The Cleveland Foundation Summer Internship Program provides undergraduates, graduate students and recent graduates an opportunity to work in Cleveland area nonprofits and government agencies offering first-hand knowledge of the nonprofit community, its leadership and organizations.  This program exposes the interns to a broad range of public sector endeavors and stimulates interest in a career in the nonprofit or public sectors.  

William C. Rieter