Internship Program

Apply to be a LLCIP 2018 Intern Site HERE

LLCIP is generously funded by:

Community Foundation of Lorain County

Winner of NOCHE’s 2014 Coolest Internship Award

The Leadership Lorain County Internship Program this year has paired fifteen college students with local non profits around the county. The program focuses on exposing these students to how non profits operate, offers networking opportunities, team building, leadership development, and work experience. During the 10 week program they will visit different resources in the community such as Big Frog, YMCA, ShurTech, Common Ground, the Lorain Palace Theater, FAVA, and others gaining knowledge and exposure to all that Lorain County has to offer. The internship program helps prepare our future community leaders.

2017 Summer Interns 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Caleigh Lavish – Leadership Lorain County – The Ohio State University

Ashley Hartman – Main Street Amherst –  Cleveland State University

Assata Cheers – YWCA of Elyria – Kent State University

Dejah Worthy – Lorain Historical Society – Baldwin Wallace University

Elizabeth Sites – United Way of  Greater Lorain County – Muskingom University

Erica Duncan – El Centro – Mercer University

India Worthy – Lorain Historical Society – Bowling Green State University

Jessie Yurkovich – Elyria Parks and Rec – Marshall University

Joan Colleran – Main Street Wellington – Forham University

Mary Patton – Lorain Port Authority – Wellesley College

Micheal Murphy – Lorain Historical Society – Temple University

Mikeala Moore – Common Ground – Ashland University

Nick Ferritto – Oberlin Business Partners – Kent State University

Precious Boone – The LCADA Way – Baldwin Wallace University

Rachelle Brown – Mercy Parish Nursing – Hiram College

 

To learn more about our interns and the program check out our Facebook page – Leadership Lorain County Internship Program at https://www.facebook.com/LLCIP/ or visit our blog at https://llcip.wordpress.com/.

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