Cuyahoga County Archives Internships

The Center for Public History and Digital Humanities in the CSU History Department is pleased to announce an internship in Archival Processing and Digital Archives in partnership with the Cuyahoga County Archives.  Paid positions ($15/hour), funded by a grant from the Cuyahoga County Board of Commissioners, are open for both summer and fall on a competitive basis to CSU students seeking a for-credit internship and enrolling for a total of at least 6 credit hours (including the internship course).  It is subject to the standard CSU guidelines for internships.  

These internships will include training in the use of Omeka, a tool developed by the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University that archives collections and enables rich user-designed online exhibits.  These are competitive positions and will be filled following a two-stage interview process.  Applicants for these positions should email a current résumé and a letter of interest detailing what they hope to gain from an archival internship and any pertinent experiences that prepare them for the internship.  The deadline for applying for the summer internship is Wednesday, April 15.  A deadline for the fall internship has not been set, but interested students may apply at this time.

For more information, contact Dr. Mark Souther at (216) 687-3970 or  

Mark Souther is Professor of History and Director of the Center for Public History + Digital Humanities at Cleveland State University.

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  1. Marie Szyman says:

    I live in Chicago and am a teacher librarian for Chicago Public Schools. I just returned from a trip to Cleveland for a family wedding. I immigrated to America as a child,and settled in Cleveland for two years. This was my first opportunity to visit the old neighborhood of my memories. Needless to say, it has all changed. We lived at 3015 S. Superior Avenue. That house is, as are most of the houses, gone. I did see the Groh Mansion. I’m happy to see that it has been preserved and beautifully restored. I remember going in there once to sell chances for our church – St. Josephat. I see that the church is now an arts center. Sadly, it was locked when I visited, and could not gain access. Sterling Park is still there, but not at all recognizable from my childhood memories. I also remember the Goodrich House at 1420 East 31st Street. The highway is located there now.
    My question is: How can I locate any photos of this neighborhood, and these places, specifically, from the era around 1955-1957?

    I have already Checked the Groh Mansion and the Goodrich House websites but found very little. Any suggestions?

    Thank you for your time,


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