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.



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

Science Internship Program: Laboratory Medicine

The Laboratory Medicine track of the Science Internship Program provides students who live and attend school in Northeast Ohio the opportunity to work and learn alongside experienced Cleveland Clinic laboratory medicine professionals and researchers and gain exposure to the wide range of career paths in pathology and laboratory science offered at Cleveland Clinic.
 
In collaboration with the Robert J. Tomsich Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Institute, the Laboratory Medicine Internship Program expands students’ knowledge of and exposure to the wide range of career paths in pathology and laboratory
science offered at Cleveland Clinic.

This nine-week, paid internship provides students with the opportunity to work and learn alongside experienced laboratory medicine professionals such as medical technologists and medical laboratory technicians, cytotechnologists and cytotechnicians, histotechnologists and histotechnicians, cytogenetics technologists, molecular genetics technologists, pathologists & molecular pathologists, pathology assistants, chemists, geneticists, hematologists, microbiologists, virologists, and laboratory informatics analysts.

Through hands-on learning and individualized mentoring, selected students who have an interest in the career of pathology and medical laboratory science are provided with individually structured, full-time, science-related learning experiences during the summer.


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