The LINK Program is a collaborative effort between Cleveland State and the corporate community seeking to recruit students of minority to the University. The LINK Program partnership with the corporate community helps minority students clarify personal and professional goals, while fostering career exploration and academic achievement. Newly admitted Cleveland State students begin the program during the summer before their freshman classes begin. LINK's comprehensive support intensifies during the first year with professional mentoring, personal development, career preparation, and scholarships.
The LINK Program is administered by the Career Services Center at Cleveland State. Visit the LINK Program website for details on the program, scholarship opportunities, co-op placement, and information on how to apply.