Cleveland Clinic Office of Civic Education Initiatives

Young Business Leaders

PROGRAM INFORMATION FOR THE CLEVELAND CLINIC
YOUNG BUSINESS LEADERS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ ALL INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS PRIOR TO STARTING THE APPLICATION PROCESS AND ACCESSING STUDENT ON-LINE APPLICATION. TAKE TIME TO READ FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND THE STUDENT CHECKLISTS WITH GUIDELINES AND TIPS ON SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETING THE APPLICATION PROCESS. PRINT OFF CHECKLISTS TO FOLLOW AND MAKE SURE YOUR APPLICATION IS COMPLETE.

INTRODUCTION TO THE YOUNG BUSINESS LEADERS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

The Young Business Leaders Internship Program is a nine (9) week intensive program that provides participants with hands-on, experiential learning opportunities. Participants work and learn alongside business and administrative leaders in a health care environment to discover what it is like to be a "caregiver" in various roles at Cleveland Clinic.

The goals of the program include:

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PROGRAM INFORMATION AND GUIDELINES

During this program, as an intern, the student will spend individual time at a facility of the Cleveland Clinic or appropriate designated site with an assigned mentor in their assigned location1. The Program places chosen students in selected CC locations for the nine (9)-week duration of their program during the summer under the direct supervision of a CC employee or designated supervisor in their assigned location. The student may also work with other CC and designated site employees in that same location. While there, the student will function as a member of that area's work team and be responsible for the tasks assigned, based on skills and training by their CC mentor or designated site mentor, as well as for the conduction of their own research project.

- PLEASE NOTE -

1While the application asks for student preferences for work areas, there is NO guarantee that students' preferences will be accommodated.

Please review the following policies and guidelines. NOTE: Failure to adhere to CC policies may result in termination from the program.

Before the start of the program, students will be required to:

During the internship students will be required to:

For successful completion of the program, you will be required to:
(All internships except Creative Learning)

EMERGENCY CARE

In the event the student is, or becomes ill during the course of the program, injured, sick, pregnant, or otherwise impaired, the student shall immediately notify the CC Office of Civic Education Initiatives so their participation in the program can be properly modified as necessary;

If the student is injured, or requires first aid or emergency treatment while at any CC facility, designated site or attending an official OCEI activity, CC agrees to make reasonable efforts to immediately seek said treatment and to notify the parent(s)/guardian(s) that such treatment is necessary – parent(s)/guardian(s) shall be responsible for payment to CC for such care, CC is not obligated to provide any other/additional medical or surgical service to the student.

EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION MUST BE PROVIDED AS PART OF THE APPLICATION.

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YOUNG BUSINESS LEADERS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM START AND END DATES

PLEASE NOTE: OUR PROGRAMS REQUIRE A COMMITMENT TO THE FULL DURATION STATED FOR THE PROGRAM WITH NO TIME OFF ALLOWED. ALL STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND PROGRAM ORIENTATION DURING THE LAST WEEK OF MAY, 2013 AND PROGRAM GRADUATION ON AUGUST 2, 2013.

Young Business Leaders Internship Program
June 3, 2013 - August 2, 2013

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DISCIPLINARY ACTION AND TERMINATION POLICY

Cleveland Clinic (CC) and/or the Office of Civic Education Initiatives (OCEI) may terminate a student's participation in any and all activities at CC related to this program or any other activities and programs available through our partnerships as a result of lack of competence, conduct or behavior which is considered by CC to be a breach of OCEI Student Code of Conduct, CC policies or detrimental to patient care. Both student and parent/guardian agree that the due process rights accorded the student pursuant to their home School District and Board of Education Student Handbook shall not be applicable to such termination.

A student shall be terminated under the following conditions: Please note that the list is not exhaustive and the Office of Civic Education Initiatives reserves the right to make decisions according to cases under review:

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