Building an internship program is a great way to add an extra set of hands to your projects. Interns also provide a steady pipeline of new talent with a fresh perspective. These paid, short-term learning experiences connected to a student’s major and help them gain real-world experience. The benefits of such programs are valuable on both sides of the equation. By offering students real-world experience and training, you can help build your hiring pipeline and secure the future of your business.
Ready to start an Internship Program?
To start an internship at your organization, contact Career Services at (440) 366-4076.
Federal Work Study (FWS) Program for Non-Profits
No cost student hiring opportunities for non-profit organization are available through federally subsidized employment program, the Federal Work-Study (FWS) program. Find more details about this program through this Community Service Contract June 2019, and apply for consideration by returning that document along with the agency application form to:
The Student Employee Supervisor Handbook for Community Service Agencies is intended to assist community service agencies who supervise LCCC Federal Work Study (FWS) student employees.