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Cornerstone of Hope Careers

Cornerstone of Hope is a non-profit comprehensive bereavement care organization with grief center locations in Cleveland, Columbus, and Lima. Candidates interested in applying for career opportunities at Cornerstone of Hope, please apply online at All applicants are required to submit their resume along with a cover letter focusing on how the applicant demonstrates Cornerstone of Hope’s core values of faith, compassion, commitment and passion.


There are currently no openings in the Cleveland office at this time. 



Cornerstone of Hope, Ohio’s leading provider of bereavement services, is seeking a full-time licensed clinician who feels called to work in ministry, and who demonstrates our core values of faith, compassion, commitment, and passion. Our values shape the culture of the entire organization. We welcome and serve all who seek support, just as Christ welcomed and served all.

Donor Relations Coordinator

Cornerstone of Hope, Ohio’s leading provider of bereavement services, is seeking a full-time donor relations coordinator  to support all philanthropic efforts of our Central Ohio programs that benefit children, teens and adults who seek support after the death of a loved one. The qualified candidate will join our existing Development Team to focus on securing financial gifts to support our cause from major donor proposals, event sponsorships, structured giving campaigns, government relationships, and Cornerstone of Hope events and programs. 

Support Group Facilitator

Cornerstone of Hope, Ohio’s leading provider of bereavement services, is seeking professional Support Group Facilitators to conduct grief support groups at Cornerstone of Hope as a member of our PRN Staff. Cornerstone of Hope offers structured grief support groups, specific to the type of loss experienced, and are designed to support the unique needs of grievers. Support groups are offered on a quarterly basis and meet once a week for 10 weeks. Specialized curriculum, based on type of loss, is utilized, where topics related to grief are explored and opportunities are provide for participants to share their feelings.


Graduate Internships

Cornerstone of Hope is one of the premier training sites for graduate interns in the fields of social work, counseling and art therapy. Each intern typically carries an individual caseload as well as assisting in support groups each semester. Interns receive a high level of clinical supervision, including one hour per week of individual supervision and two hours per week of group supervision. Intern opportunities fill up quickly and often a year in advance. Eligible interns are able to commit to two consecutive semesters for their clinical field placement.