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: Public Health

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.