Cleveland Clinic Caregivers: Register to Become a Mentor for One or more of Our Internship Programs!
Our K–12 Education Internship 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. Click here to learn more and register.



Middle and High School Students: Apply to Our K–12 Education Internship Programs, and you could be selected to spend the summer of 2020 learning and working alongside caregivers at Cleveland Clinic.



Join us at one of our "Destination: Application" workshops during the month of January, so you can meet the K–12 Education Internship Programs staff members and learn more about the application process.



Learn how to bring Health Unleashed! to your school.



Spring 2020 Enrollment for Dangerous Decibels begins on Dec. 6, 2019.

Connected Learning Programs

The Civic Education Department's Connected Learning programs use technology to bring Cleveland Clinic caregivers and resources to pre-K through 12th grade classrooms in Northeast Ohio and beyond.

Tied to state and national academic standards, these offerings use various multi-media educational tools to engage students in the exploration of science, medicine, healthcare careers, creative expression, and more, all while promoting academic excellence and cultivating 21st century skills.

Whether it's teaching elementary school students about the technique of proper hand washing with on-demand resources, or giving middle and high school students the opportunity to learn about important health topics and related careers through real-time presentations, the Civic Education Department's Connected Learning programs have something to offer every student, everywhere.

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Online Health Chats

Get answers to your health questions and concerns. It's easy to be part of our live chat events, led by Cleveland Clinic physicians and health educators.


Power Washers™ Website

These hygiene superheroes use music, humor, and games to help K–5 students learn the importance, technique, and science of proper hand washing.