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Enrollment is now open for the 2016-17 The Worldwide Classroom® connected learning experiences.  Click here for more information.


Educators: Learn More About Dangerous Decibels®
This free, school-based program designed to teach 4th through 5th graders the concepts of noise-induced hearing loss prevention.  Click here for more information.

Clinic-Based Programs

The Civic Education Department's Clinic-Based programs give Northeast Ohio middle and 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 the Clinic-Based programs, 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.




To learn more about submitting a successful application, please review the Destination Application presentation and handout.

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Cleveland Clinic does not discriminate in admission, employment, or administration of its programs or activities, on the basis of age, gender, race, national origin, religion, creed, color, marital status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, ethnicity, ancestry, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.  In addition, Cleveland Clinic administers all programs and services without regard to disability, and provides reasonable accommodations for otherwise qualified disabled individuals.

 


Healthcare+ Pathways® Internship Program

(Grade 8 at time of application; Age 14 by July 1, 2017)
This two-week internship program provides students with unique career exploration opportunities in the biomedical sciences, and gives them the opportunity to learn from world-renowned healthcare and community professionals.


NEOREMA™ Internship Program

(Grade 9 at time of application; Age 15 by July 1, 2017)
This four-week internship program gives students the opportunity to learn about the sciences and scientific writing skills while working alongside professionals from Cleveland Clinic, Cuyahoga Community College and Kent State University.


Louis Stokes Workforce Readiness Internship Program

(Grade 9 at time of application; Age 15 by June 1, 2017)
This six-week internship program encourages students' interest in non-clinical areas of health care like law, administration, information technology, marketing, human resources and building operations.


Health Horizons Internship Program

(Grade 10 or 11 at time of application; Age > 16 by June 1, 2017)
This internship program gives current Y.O.U. (Youth Opportunities Unlimited) participants the opportunity to learn about various healthcare professions while working alongside Cleveland Clinic caregivers.


Science Internship Program: Applied Medicine

(Grade 10 or 11 at time of application; Age > 16 by June 1, 2017)
This track of the Science Internship Program gives students the opportunity to work alongside Cleveland Clinic caregivers, while learning how health can be maintained through the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disorders of the body.


Science Internship Program: Creative Learning

(Grade 10 or 11 at time of application; Age > 16 by June 1, 2017)
This track of the Science Internship Program engages students in the creative exploration of science and medicine, and their interconnections to the arts.


Science Internship Program: Laboratory Medicine

(Grade 10 or 11 at time of application; Age > 16 by June 1, 2017)
This track of the Science Internship Program gives students the opportunity to learn about the wide range of career paths in pathology and laboratory science, while working alongside Cleveland Clinic caregivers.


Science Internship Program: Nursing Care

(Grade 10 or 11 at time of application; Age > 16 by June 1, 2017)
This track of the Science Internship Program gives students the opportunity to work and learn alongside Cleveland Clinic bedside nurses, nursing educators, nursing administrators and nursing researchers.


Science Internship Program: Pharmacy

(Grade 10 or 11 at time of application; Age > 16 by June 1, 2017)
This track of the Science Internship Program gives students the opportunity to work and learn alongside experienced Cleveland Clinic pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, research pharmacists, and other pharmacy specialists.


Science Internship Program: Public Health

(Grade 10 or 11 at time of application; Age > 16 by June 1, 2017)
This track of the Science Internship Program gives students the opportunity to work alongside Cleveland Clinic caregivers, while learning about the science of preventing disease, prolonging life, and promoting the health of the population as a whole.


Science Internship Program: Radiology

(Grade 10 or 11 at time of application; Age > 16 by June 1, 2017)
This track of the Science Internship Program gives students the opportunity to work and learn alongside experienced radiology professionals and researchers at Cleveland Clinic.


Science Internship Program: Respiratory Care

(Grade 10 or 11 at time of application; Age > 16 by June 1, 2017)
This track of the Science Internship Program gives students the opportunity to work and learn alongside experienced Cleveland Clinic respiratory care professionals and researchers.


Science Internship Program: Translational Medicine

(Grade 10 or 11 at time of application; Age > 16 by June 1, 2017)
In this track of the Science Internship Program, students work alongside Cleveland Clinic caregivers while learning how the analysis of observations and discovery of interventions in pre-clinical settings can improve the health of individuals and the public.