In the past, students have worked at diverse organizations including:
Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Policy Matters Ohio, Cleveland Play House, Cleveland Council on World Affairs, Museum of Contemporary Art, Community Shares, Westhaven Youth Shelter, Free Clinic, Federal Reserve Bank, Nueva Luz.
Field Museum, Pan-African Association, Redmoon Theatre, Shedd Aquarium, Joffrey Ballet, Chicago Youth Centers, Bluhm Legal Clinic, Chicago Architecture Foundation, City Farm, Chicago Health Connection, architreasures, University of Chicago Medical Center.
How do employers qualify?
Dayton Children's Medical Center, Daybreak, Dayton Daily News, Good Samaritan ER, Artemis Center, Stivers School for the Arts, CityFolk, City of Dayton Law Department, St. Mary's Neighborhood Development Corp., WHIO TV, National City Bank, Dayton Contemporary Dance Co., Montgomery County Human Resources.
Employers are sought who can provide a good work experience, appropriate supervision, and who are involved in the urban center in which they are located. Employers find these Miami students to be highly motivated, very capable assets to their organizations. Businesses, social service agencies, government, and nonprofit groups can benefit from the skills and talents of the committed work of Miami University's best students. As the program is fully endowed, stipends are paid by Miami. This allows the program to focus on individual student goals in matching student with jobs.