Tri-C Summer Internship Program 

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By Jane Salifu

Attention all Tri-C students! The Cuyahoga Community College Career Office is thrilled to announce the launch of the Summer Internship Program, designed to offer valuable, hands-on experience and transferable skills to enhance your academic and professional journey. This exciting program is scheduled to run from May 28th to August 2nd, 2024.  

Participants in this program will gain invaluable professional experience and a chance to apply their academic knowledge in an internship. According to the Tri-C Career Center, the summer internship program will give the students a competitive wage of $15 per hour, potentially earning up to $100 per week. The internship is designed in two options: 10 (ten) hours per week for 10 weeks or 20 hours per week for 5 (five) weeks. There are remote, in-person, and hybrid positions depending on the field. Additionally, interns will have the opportunity to take one summer course; Tri-C will pay 4 (four) credits hours tuition, and also students will receive a stipend for one book for the summer course, up to $125.  

Eligibility for participation is simple: you must be enrolled at Tri-C, have a declared major on record, and plan to register for the Fall 2024 term. This is an incredible opportunity to gain real-world experience, boost your resume, and prepare for your future career.  

Previous participants in the Summer Internship Program have reported significant improvements in their technical skills, making this a truly transformative experience. If you’re ready to take the next step in your academic and professional journey, visit Tri-c for more information on how to apply and prepare for the interview process. Take advantage of this exciting opportunity to gain valuable experience and skills that will set you apart in today’s competitive job market. Apply now and take the first step towards a successful future!

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