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Registration is now open for the 2017-18 Worldwide Classroom® Connected Learning experiences.


Educators: Apply to Participate in our Adventures in Health Science and Medicine Program!
Enrollment is now open for this year’s Adventures in Health Science and Medicine (AHSM) program. Click here to learn more!



Dangerous Decibels® is a free, school-based program designed to teach 4th through 5th graders the concepts of noise-induced hearing loss prevention.



Connected Rounds is a grade-specific webinar series where students interact with Cleveland Clinic caregivers and complete hands-on activities as they delve deep into a designated health topic.

2017 Science Internship Program Kickoff

by Stefanie Steele, Civic Education
6/5/2017 12:00:00 AM


June 5, 2017, marks the start of the thirteenth year of the Science Internship Program (SIP).

The program gives Northeast Ohio high school students the opportunity to learn and work alongside world-renowned caregivers at Cleveland Clinic’s Main Campus, Regional Hospitals, and Family Health Centers.
 
Through their experiences in SIP, students gain exposure to healthcare fields and careers, cultivate their 21st century skill set through hands-on learning opportunities, and find practical, real-world applications for their academic knowledge.

These programs promote learning in health and wellness, the arts, innovation, financial literacy, and more. Each program is formulated to inspire students to embrace a variety of disciplines as keys to success, and to foster skills that will help them become life-long learners.

The 2017 Science Internship Program includes 78 rising high school juniors and seniors from high schools across Northeast Ohio. These students will participate in one of the program’s 10 different internship tracks: Applied Medicine, Creative Learning, Health Horizons, Medical Laboratory, Nursing Care, Pharmacy, Public Health, Radiology, Respiratory Care, and Translational.

For more information, please visit the Science Internship Program web page, or contact Nedra Starling at starlin@ccf.org.