Resources for Students

Cleveland Clinic’s diversity pipeline programs are designed to engage talented college students interested in future careers within the healthcare industry. Through our STEMM programs, participants gain team-based experiential learning, problem-solving expertise, professional etiquette skills, career information and coaching/mentoring from medical and business professionals. Our goal is to foster the continuing education and development of talent and to present Cleveland Clinic as a great place to work and grow.

Questions?
Please contact the Office of Diversity & Inclusion at 216.445.7323 or diversity4u@ccf.org.

Aspiring Physicians & Research Scientists Conference

As an initiative of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, the Aspiring Physicians & Research Scientists Conference is a two-and-a-half day enhancement program to empower, inspire, and engage undergraduate students from HBCUs, HACUs, and colleges/universities in Northeast Ohio. It is designed to increase representation of American Indian, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander physicians, research scientists, physician investigators and physician leaders.

Conference programming is specifically tailored to support participants’ professional development and knowledge of science, innovation, and world-class care. Students will learn tips for applying to medical school, creating a personal brand, and achieving success in healthcare. The abstract poster competition provides students the opportunity to showcase research while competing for scholarship dollars.

The next Aspiring Physicians and Research Scientists Conference (APRSC) is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, May 23rd - Friday, May 25, 2018 Friday at Cleveland Clinic.

Please sign up for email updates for the 2018 conference. Travel awards are available for out of state applicants. Accommodations for the duration of the conference are provided to all selected attendees at no cost.

 

Clinic Solutions - Mini Case Competition

Clinic Solutions is a think tank session for undergraduate and graduate/professional students. It is designed to foster innovation and exchange information on challenges and opportunities in healthcare that specifically impacts Cleveland Clinic.

Key elements of the two-and-a-half day session include a business case competition, resume critique, and the opportunity to network with minority professional organizations and Cleveland Clinic leadership.

Cleveland Clinic Solutions is an opportunity for African American and Hispanic/Latino students to compete for scholarship dollars that are awarded after two rounds of judging. The session is directed by the Office of Diversity & Inclusion in collaboration with minority professional organizations.

Clinic Solutions will take place on Wednesday, November 8th – Friday, November 10, 2017. Please sign up for email updates.

Pipeline to Professional Alumni Association

The PPAA serves as a connector that impacts and engages current and past participants of Diversity Pipeline Programs while fostering, maintaining and supporting a mutually beneficial relationship between its alumni and Cleveland Clinic.

Goals/Values/Purpose:

  • Track participants of all Diversity Pipeline Programs
  • Report key outcomes
  • Provide networking and mentoring opportunities 
  • Attract/retain talent for Cleveland Clinic
  • Create engagement opportunities for alumni through workshops and events
  • Mentor-ship Program
  • Participation in service projects

If you are a current or past participant of the Aspiring Physicians and Research Scientists Conference, Charles R. Drew Saturday Academy, Clinic Solutions, or Young Business Leaders Summer Internship Program, please contact the Office of Diversity & Inclusion at diversity4u@ccf.org.