Creative Learning Internship Program
Each summer, Creative Learning Interns work on a variety of high-level initiatives to support Cleveland Clinic's mission. Below are a few recent samples.
2009 Creative Learning Intern Elizabeth O'Neill designed an educational video game that exposes young children to various careers in healthcare. The game is an adaptation of 2008 and 2009 Creative Learning Intern Leah Backo's children's book From Jump Ropes to Microscopes.
Since the summer of 2007, Creative Learning Interns have written, produced, and starred in mRi™: myRESEARCH illuminated-the Web-based, TV-style video series that illuminates the groundbreaking research of fellow Cleveland Clinic high school interns
To teach children the importance, technique, and science of proper hand washing, 2008 Creative Learning Intern Gabriel Firestone created Power Washers™, a team of hygiene superheroes comprised of Water Woman, Super Soap, and Touchy Towel. Together - in their music video debut - these Crusaders of Clean fight to save a group of children from an evil band of germs
Cleveland Clinic's Summer Internship Program provides unlimited opportunities for high school students to explore the world of healthcare. And the myINTERNSHIP™ video series, written and produced by 2010 Creative Learning Peer Mentor Clare Wittenberg, provides a detailed look at what each internship track has to offer.