Humanities@Work connects Case Western Reserve University humanities students with corporate, government, nonprofit, and other partners through community discussions, networking events, and paid career opportunities. Humanities@Work is sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences and the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities and in collaboration with the CWRU Career Center, the Office of Corporate Relations, and the Office of Government and Community Relations.

Please note: This site only has information about undergraduate programming at the Baker-Nord Center.  For information on all of the center’s programming, including public events, faculty funding, and endowed lectures, please visit the Baker-Nord Center’s website, bakernord.case.edu.

Cleveland Restoration Society

The Cleveland Restoration Society is a local nonprofit that has been improving Cleveland communities since 1972. And they are currently searching for two great positions -- a Membership & Marketing Assistant and a Technology Specialist. The application deadlines are November 15. To learn more about these great opportunities, visit...

Special Panel: H@W LAW

November 14 @ 6:00 PM. Humanities majors are the most successful applicants to law schools! So it’s no surprise that many of Cleveland’s top lawyers spent their undergraduate years studying History, Art, English, and Philosophy. At this panel, learn how the humanities @CWRU can prepare you for a career...

Careers in Art History

The Cleveland Museum of Art and Department of Art History have teamed up to offer a great event about careers in Art History. The CMA curator of prints and drawings, Dr. Britany Salsbury, will talk will introduce student to behind-the-scenes careers at the museum. Refreshments and casual conversation afterwards in...

Teach Social Justice to Teens

A local nonprofit is looking for college humanities students to lead conversations about social justice with middle school students in greater Clevealnd. The organization, EYEJ, ephowers the voices of teens and pre-teens by pairing them with diverse mentors in conversations about social justice. CLICK HERE to learn more and apply!

Career Peers

Career Peers are dynamic CWRU students who work an average of 6-8 hour/week and up to 12 hours/week during peak employer recruitment time periods. As student paraprofessionals, Career Peers are trained in career services. They also serve as ambassadors for Post Graduate Planning and Experiential Education by supporting goals...

CLE Pops Orchestra

Job Opening - Cleveland Pops Orchestra. Executive Assistant to the President/CEO & Digital Marketing Director To provide personal administrative support and assistance to President and CEO & direct digital marketing activities for the orchestra. Digital Marketing Director responsibility include managing all information systems hardware and software, managing digital marketing campaigns including...

Spring HUMN Courses

HUMN 201 and 305 to be offered next semester. The Baker-Nord Center periodically offers HUMN classes under to supplement and support the hundreds of courses offered each semester by CWRU’s humanities departments and interdisciplinary programs. For Spring 2019, there are two new Humanities (HUMN) offerings: HUMN-201: The Public Humanities The course explores...

City Internships 2019

City Internships offers international opportunities in nine economic sectors, including media, arts, nonprofits, and law. As a City Intern, you'll attend you internship on a near full-time basis during the course of your program, including internaional classes with the rest of your cohort. This quadruple-blend of hands-on learning and real-world...

H@W Crowdsourcing Campaign

The university has launched a crowdfunding campaign to increase support for student internships, and we would really appreciate your support! CLICK HERE to Show Your Support! Your gift will directly support a student so that she or he has the opportunity to work with the employer of their choice, nationally or...

Internship Survey

This week, returning students should have received the Experiential Education Survey in their inboxes. The survey, conducted by the Office of Postgraduate Planning and Experiential Education, is essential to the growth and success of all CWRU student employment initiatives, including the Humanities@Work Program.  If you received a survey, please...