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Gannon University
Student Services
111 West 5th Street
Erie, PA 16541
Phone: 814-871-5885
Contact: Gerard Miele

East Lake Road
Erie, PA 16510
Phone: 814-899-7659
Contact: Dr. Jack Culbertson

18 West 9th Street
Erie, PA 16501
Contact: R. Benjamin Wiley

Aging Services: Nettie Smith
Child Development: Anne Prince
Community and Program Services: Robert L. Lamary
Drug and Alcohol Services Network: Donald Klees
Employment and Training: Amos Goodwine Jr.

George W. Gekas, House of Representatives
2109 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington D.C. 20515
Phone: (202) 225-4315
Contact: Vicky Sanville

Gertrude A. Barber Center
136 East Ave.
Erie, PA 16507
Phone: (814) 453-7661
Contact: Michelle Brown, Supervisor
Description: Assist with testing procedures, assist with coordination of schedules for individuals involved in vocational evaluation, observe and assess individuals during situational work assessments, assist with documentation and reporting procedures, communicate with families and other agency staff when necessary.
Academic Majors Desired: Rehabilitation Counseling, Special Education, Educational Psychology, School Psychology, Psychology, **will consider other interested applicants.
Semester(s) of Need: All
Compensation: None

Girard Cafe Inc.
103 Main Street
Girard, PA 16417
Phone: (814) 774-3345
Contact: Paul Seebacher

Maurice K. Goddard State Park
684 Lake William Road
Sandy Lake, PA 16145
Contact: Donald Campbell, Park Manager
Phone:(724) 253-4833

Great Lakes Case and Cabinet
4193 Route 6N East
Edinboro, PA 16412
Phone: 814-734-7303
Contact: Jaye Johnson

Great Lakes Construction Co.
2608 Great Lakes Way
Hinckley, OH  44233-9590
Phone:  330/220-3900
Fax:  330/220-7670
Contact:  Vince Strazzo
Seeking undergraduate civil engineering and/or construction technology co-op students for spring and summer semesters who would be interested to learn about the many facets of a heavy highway civil contracting business.  Please fax resume.

Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge
Weir Hill Road
Sudbury, MA 01776
Phone (978) 443-4661
Contact: Matt Poole

Gunite Corporation
12th Street and Cherry
Erie, PA 16504
Phone: 814-452-6431
Contact: Vince Jarzinka

H & R Block
511 E. Main St.
Girard, PA 16417
Phone: (814) 774-9511
Contact: Karen Milewski

Hamilton Health Services Corporation
P.O. Box 2000
Sanatorium Road
Hamilton, Ontario L8N325
Phone (905) 521-2100
Contact: Patricia Knutson or Katie Zartman

Hamot Medical Center
201 State Street
Erie, PA 16550
Phone: 814-877-6000
Contact: Sharon Bond
Mail: attn Education Dept.

Harborcreek Youth Services
5712 Iroquois Avenue
Harborcreek, PA
Phone: 814-899-7664
Contact: David Urban
Fax: Gregg Walters 899-3075

Headquarters to Elect John Evans
105 Meadville Street
Edinboro, PA 16412
Contact: Jason McCright

Health South Erie (In-Patient)
143 2nd Street
Erie, PA 16507
Phone: 814-878-1249
Contact: Kim Nagle
Fax 878-1264 attn: Bill Robinson

Healthy Families
Peach Street
Erie, PA 16550
Contact: Linda Leitzinger, DO

Heinz North America
1062 Progress St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Phone: (412) 278-7192
Contact: Andy Theodore

Dr. Steven Hendricks, D.O.
Office of Dr. Steven Hendricks, D.O.
Hogan Blvd.
Lock Haven, PA 17145
Contact: Dr. Steven Hendricks, D.O.

Hermitage House Youth Services
PO Box 748
Edinboro, PA 16412
Phone: (814) 734-4951
Contact: Ray Overholt, Executive Director
Academic Majors Desired: Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice, and Counseling
Semester(s) of Need: All
Compensation: Stipend

Hershey Entertainment & Resorts
100 West Hershey Park Dr.
Hershey, PA 17033
Phone: (717) 534-3368
Contact: Jay Robertson, Assistant Manger, Safety & Security
Description: Enforcement of all Hersheypark/Arena/Stadium's rules and regulations in a courteous and professional manner. The protection of all assets and safety for all guests and/or employees. Crime prevention and incident investigation. Maintain a safe and orderly environment.
Academic Majors Desired: Criminal Justice, Sociology, Psychology, Liberal Arts
Semester(s) of Need: Summer

Hershey Gardens
170 Hotel Road
Hershey, PA  17033
Phone:  (717)534-3492
Fax:  (717)533-5095
Contact:  John Fortino, Butterfly House Coordinator
Description:  Looking for outgoing, creative individuals for paid internships summer.  Positions available are youth education intern and butterfly house/gardener.  Internship is a minimum 12-week commitment between May and August.  Paid position, 40 hours per week.  Some weekend hours required.  Send resume and letter of application.

Highpoint Tool and Machine
17380 State Hwy. 198
Saegertown, PA  16433
Phone:  (814) 763-5453
Fax:  (717) 763-4122
Contact:  Stephanie Hart, Controller
Description:  Looking for senior Business major to work 20 hours per week from Sept. to Dec.  Then 40 hours per week until mid-Feb.  Responsible for accounts payable, accounts receivable, bank reconciliation, payroll, time tracking of time and materials for all jobs (tool and die manufacturer).  Send letter and resume. 

The Hill Group Inc.
1910 Cochran Road Suite 335
Pittsburgh, PA 15220
Phone: (412) 343-9393
Contact: Daniel DeMarco

Hilton Pittsburgh
600 Commonwealth Place
Pittsburgh, PA  15222
Contact:  Joe Bolash, Director of Rooms
Phone:  412/594-5110
Fax:  412/467-3400
Description:  Hospitality Management Summer Internship Program:  13 week paid internship features exposure to operational departments in a 713 room downtown Pittsburgh hotel with emphasis on food and beverage management.  Spend 5 weeks dedicated to overseeing the Hilton Pittsburgh's Summer Festival Concession outlet.  Balance of internship will be determined by individual intern's areas of interest and will rotate into different departments.  Submit resume and cover letter  Employment Manager.

Hispanic-American Council Center 
554 East 10th Street
Erie, PA 16503
Phone: (814) 455-0212
Contact: Erica Freeman or Marianne Kuzminskiene
Description: The Hispanic-American Council is a non-profit agency and deals with case management, medical and legal interpreting, education and citizenship. Students will tutor non-English-speaking clients in English as a Second Language.
Edinboro University students will work under the supervision of both the Edinboro University faculty supervisor and the Executive Director of the Hispanic-American Council. Students will develop ESL instructional materials and a pedagogical curriculum under the guidance of the faculty supervisor. Internship students will meet with the non-English-Speaking clientele for regularly scheduled instruction at site's classrooms. Internship students must keep a record/journal of their classroom experience and devise pedagogical problem-solving solutions with the EUP faculty supervisor.
Academic Majors Desired: All
Semester(s) of Need: All
Compensation: None

Hispanic-American Council Center
554 East 10th Street
Erie, PA 16503
Phone: (814) 455-0212
Fax:  (814) 453-2363
Contact:  Joanna R. Cherpak, Director of Finance
Description: The Hispanic-American Council is a non-profit agency which serves the Hispanic and refugee/immigrant community in Erie, PA.
Interns Needed:  Accounting, IT, Marketing
Semester(s) of Need: All
Compensation: None

Hospice of Metropolitan Erie
110 West 10th Street
Erie, PA 16501
Phone: 814-456-6689
Contact: Karen Mosky
Fax: 814-456-8219 attn: Lisa

House of Healing
550 W. Seventh St.
Erie, PA 16502
Phone: 480-8738
Contact: Sr. Stephanie Schmidt OSB, Program Director
Description: House of Healing is a residential program for nonviolent female offenders and their children.
Academic Majors Desired: Social Work, Counseling, Criminal Justice
Semester(s) of Need: All
Compensation: None

226 West Main Street
Leola, PA 17540
Contact: Sean Kelly

Idlewild Park
P.O. Box C
Ligonier, PA 1658-1603
Phone:(724) 238-3666 ext 216
Contact: Kathy Secoula

Impact Advertising
1250 Tower Lane
Erie, PA 16505
Phone: (814) 459-0155
E-mail: or 
Contact: Emily Perilla, Account Coordinator
Description: Impact Advertising is a full-service advertising agency and public relations firm specializing in consumer, business-to-business, and political advertising and marketing.  Applicants with strong knowledge in HTML and web page development are encouraged to apply.  Duties for the qualified applicant include radio and television copywriting and production, developing concepts for outdoor advertising and direct mail, web site development, and research on various web-related programs, research and quote preparation, telephone answering, and other related daily office functions. 
Majors: Communications, Journalism, Graphic Arts, or related field
Semester(s) of Need: All
Compensation: Prefer full-time (minimum 25 hours/week). Mileage reimbursement and bonus upon completion of internship.

Informatics Studio
1132 Heberton Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Phone: 412-361-2911
Contact: Todd Cavalier
Fax: Lisa Farren 412-361-3781

Institute for Experiential Learning
1776 Massachusetts Ave., NW #201
Washington, DC 20036-1921
Phone: 202/833-8580
Fax:  202/833-8581
Description: The Capital Experience is a leader among internship programs emphasizing focused learning tailored to the goals of each student. The Capital Experience is a leader; it is guided by experienced educators at the Institute for Experiential Learning (IEL), a nonprofit organization whose sole mission is to promote and provide quality experiences for students. Costs are reasonable. IEL also serves international students. Four days each week are spent at the internship site and one day is reserved as "seminar day." Journals, papers and readings are required.
Academic Majors Desired: All

Institute of Paper and Science Technology
500 10th Street
N.W. Atlanta, GA 30318
Phone: (404) 9894 -5700
Contact: Dana R. Carter

P.O. Box 79228      
Waverley, MA  02479-0228
Phone:  617.926.9111
Fax:  617.926.0660
Description:  Find the experience you need to succeed.  Market your skills to secure the ideal internship.  Access quality internship openings worldwide.

Invention Submission Corporation
217 Ninth Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Phone: (412) 288-2136 ext. 154
Fax: (412) 288-2513
Contact: Samantha Lee Joos, Publicist/Internship Program Coordinator
Description: Assist the Publicity Department in writing, following-up with media response, creating media lists. The student will write press releases, contact editors for media follow-ups, contact clients, archive clips, create media lists, create clippings reports, write features for the company newsletter, and possibly participate in an international trade show/media event.
Academic Majors Desired: English
Semester(s) of Need: All