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    WIRE-net, in partnership with the Cleveland Metropolitan School District and Max S. Hayes Career & Technical High School, is currently coordinating high school internships targeting the following program:

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             Building Maintenance & Construction

             CNC Precision Machining

             Computer Aided Drafting & Design

             Computer Networking

             Program Software & Development

             Welding & Cutting

     
     
     
    PRE-APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS
     
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    • Max Hayes High School students may apply for the pre-apprenticeship program after 10th grade
    • Students must have at least a 2.5-point cumulative grade average
    • Students must have 93% attendance and
    • Passing grades in all the classes they are taking at the time. 
    • They also must have passed a majority of their state graduation exams, including reading and math.
    The pre-apprenticeship students must continue to meet academic criteria during the program while taking coursework and safety training specified in the agreement between CMSD and the trades council. Interested students should contact John Nesta, Curriculum Construction Specialist at 216-838-9471 or stop by the Main Office for details.                                                                                                     clipart               clipart
     
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                A twelve (12) week educational enrichment program to begin in January, 2016.  Saturday Academy, a collaborative internship program sponsored by Cleveland Clinic and Health Legacy of Cleveland, Inc., is designed for underrepresented minority (American Indian, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander) 10th through 12th grade high school students with a health care career goal of becoming a physician, research scientist, physician investigator, physician leader, general dentist or dental specialist.  Saturday Academy focuses on providing participants with career information and critical skill sets to support their matriculation through higher education, medical school and beyond.

     
    •  Deadline to apply for the 2016 Charles R. Drew Saturday Academy is Friday, October 9, 2015 at 5:00pm

    CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

    Cleveland Clinic is pleased to inform you that applications are now being accepted for the 2016 Charles R. Drew Saturday Academy Program. The online application for the 2016 Charles R. Drew Saturday Academy can be accessed by visiting https://clevelandclinic.org/diversityprograms.

    Program Dates: Saturday, January 9, 2016 thru Saturday, March 26, 2016

    The Charles R. Drew Saturday Academy is a high school pipeline program designed to increase representation of American Indian, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander physicians, research scientists, physician investigators, physician leaders, dentists, and dental specialists.

    Saturday Academy, a collaborative initiative between Cleveland Clinic and Health Legacy of Cleveland, Inc., supports underrepresented minority high school students by providing participants with career information and critical skill sets to support their matriculation through higher education, medical/dental school and beyond.

    Students engage with health care professionals to learn of the various aspects associated with the fields of medicine, science, and dentistry. Hands-on activities; talks, tours; mentoring sessions with health care professionals; and the implementation of a public health project are all part of this intensive program.

    Eligibility Criteria for Application to the Charles R. Drew Saturday Academy:

    • A strong interest in science
    • Underrepresented Minority in Medicine (URMM) — American Indian, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
    • Must be 15 years of age by January 1st
    • Must be entering 10th, 11th, or 12th grade in the fall of the 2015/2016 academic year
    • Cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale
    • Parent must commit to supporting student’s attendance at each session

    Using the new online based application, students are able to complete all necessary information including the upload of the official high school transcripts, complete immunization record, and requesting recommendations from a teacher, guidance counselor or principal, and parent/guardian via a system-generated email link. Please refer to the 2016 application instructions attached for more information.

    Apply Now. Deadline to apply for the 2016 Charles R. Drew Saturday Academy is Friday, October 9, 2015 at 5:00pm.

    For more information, please contact Cleveland Clinic’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion at diversity4u@ccf.org or 216-445-7323.

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    FUTURE CONNECTIONS SUMMER INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY

      The Future Connections Program at University Circle Inc. offers a paid, eight-week internship to selected rising senior high school students in the Greater Cleveland area. The program introduces youth to museums, the arts, and professional environments. STAY TUNED FOR APPLICATION INFORMATION AND DEADLINES!

     NASA INTERNSHIP

    Lewis' Educational and Research Collaborative Internship Project (LERCIP)

     The LERCIP project at the NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio consists of internships for High School Students, College Students, Secondary School Teachers, and NASA Scholars.


    High School Project

      Project Description:

    The Lewis’ Educational and Research Collaborative Internship Project (LERCIP) for high school students is an educational project that provides internships for students who are interested in science, technology, engineering, and math; professional administrative and technical areas.

    Follow this link to apply 

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     Summer Internship Program-

    The Cleveland Clinic Office of Civic Education Initiatives' Summer Internship Program was designed to increase high school students' interest and literacy in science by expanding their learning experiences beyond the classroom. The program's intensive, nine-week, paid internships provide top students throughout Northeast Ohio with the opportunity to work and learn alongside nationally renowned healthcare professionals in a variety of fields. At the end of the program, students present scientific research or creative projects that they have produced over the nine weeks.

    For information and application go to: 
    www.clevelandclinic.org/civiceducation - then click on "Student Projects" and then “MyInternships”.