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HBCU 2019 logo

We are proud partners of the Historically Black College & Universities (HBCU) Initiative. Please join us Friday, November 22, 2019 at Cuyahoga Community College Metropolitan Campus (2900 Community College Avenue.Cleveland, OH 44115) and Saturday, November 23, 2019 at the Warrensville Heights High School (4270 Northfield Road, Warrensville Heights, OH 44128), for the 2019 college fair. More information and early registration can be found at destinationhbcu.org


Fellows Words of Wisdom


 

“Working for the Cuyahoga Valley Environmental Education Center has been a very rewarding experience for me so far. At the Conservancy, I work with great, passionate people who are all about making positive impacts in the lives of students and the community. I love being a part of this nontraditional classroom setting, helping students learn in a natural area and increasing my skills in leadership, teamwork, and teaching.”

– Thomas, 2014-2015

Sue Simenc

“At some point in life, I needed the chance to reflect, think about my life, find my niche where I would love to make a difference and plan for the future. The ten month internship at the Cuyahoga Valley Environmental Education Center gave me that opportunity. Not only was it a rewarding experience working with children and enjoying the national park but most significantly it challenged me. It challenged me to step outside my comfort zone, build character and boosted my personal development. This internship was invaluable to my transition from undergraduate to the real world.”

– Mysha, 2013-2014

“Spending ten months working at the Cuyahoga Valley Environmental Education Center was the best decision I could have made after college. Undoubtedly, the field instructor position prepared me for a career in the environmental arena. With the hands-on experience, ongoing training and professional development provided to me as an intern, I became a true educator. The amazing opportunity to work in the outdoors with young people on a daily basis and see them become stewards of the environment changed my life forever. I’ll never forget my time ‘in the forest.'”

-Lydia, 2010-2011