Science Internship Program: Public Health

After much consideration and to protect the safety and well-being of our patients, caregivers and community, we have decided to cancel Cleveland Clinic’s K–12 Education summer experiences and internship programs. These programs are rewarding for students, schools and mentors, but we believe this decision is in the best interest of our community. We will continue to explore future student programs and share information once opportunities are available.


In collaboration with the Department of Infectious Disease, the Transplantation Center and other public health focused institutes and departments, the Public Health track of the Science Internship Program expands students’ knowledge of public health in the areas of health promotion, population-based intervention strategies, disease prevention, and organ donation and transplantation.

This nine-week paid internship offers students who live and attend school in Northeast Ohio the opportunity to work and learn alongside multidisciplinary teams of healthcare professionals specializing in public health, community medicine, infectious disease and organ donation and transplantation including nationally-renowned Cleveland Clinic physicians, public health professionals and researchers.


Please review the Program Info, Eligibility, FAQs, and Application Process tabs BEFORE applying to the Public Health Track of the Science Internship Program.