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Civic Education's 2017 Summer Programs Celebrate Graduation

by Stefanie Steele, Civic Education
8/9/2017 12:00:00 AM


On August 4, Civic Education marked the completion of its 2017 Clinic-Based Programs at the InterContinental Hotel and Conference Center Amphitheater on Cleveland Clinic's main campus. The event celebrated the graduates of the following Summer Internship Programs:

  • Healthcare+ Pathways®, which included 15 rising high school freshmen from middle schools across Northeast Ohio.
  • NEOREMA (Northeast Ohio Research Education Medicine Alliance,) which included 21 rising high school sophomores from across Northeast Ohio.
  • The Louis Stokes Workforce Readiness Program, which included 67 rising high school sophomores and juniors from Cleveland and East Cleveland.
  • The Science Internship Program, which included 78 rising high school juniors and seniors from across Northeast Ohio.

Each intern had his or her final poster project displayed at graduation, and a select group of students from each internship program were given the opportunity to present their work to an audience of their peers, parents and guardians, Cleveland Clinic caregivers and members of the community.

For more information, please visit the Civic Education Department's Clinic-Based Programs web page, or contact Nedra Starling at starlin@ccf.org.






     Healthcare+ Pathways® Interns












     NEOREMA Interns












     Louis Stokes Workforce Readiness Interns











     Science Internship Program Interns












     Parents, mentors, interns and community members
     gather for the ceremony












     Opening Remarks from Brian Donley, MD, Cleveland
     Clinic's Chief of Staff






    




     Student Presentations












     Student Presentations











     Nedra Starling, MA, MPH, ABD, Director, 
     Community Access and Clinic-Based Programming,
     addresses the crowd
             











     Dana Khoncarly, Nursing Care intern, and her poster











     (From Left) Fatiha Ali, Anthony Gillespie and
     Serena Ramsammy, NEOREMA interns, with their
     poster










     Mrs. Jay Stokes, wife of Congressman Louis
     Stokes, views the poster of a Louis Stokes
     Workforce Readiness Internship Program intern.









     Ms. Arlene Dixon, sister-in-law of Congressman
     Louis Stokes, views the poster of a Louis Stokes
     Workforce Readiness Internship Program intern.