High school students

Numerous opportunities are available for middle and high school students throughout Northeast Ohio. Students have the chance to learn and work alongside world-renowned caregivers at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus, regional hospitals, family health centers and administrative campuses.

High school and undergraduate students

Several career preparation programs are available for high school and undergraduate students through Cleveland Clinic.

High school graduates, undergraduates and post-graduates

Cleveland Clinic offers post-secondary training programs for a variety of learners. Students can earn certifications, associate degrees and post-graduate training.

Graduate students

Cleveland Clinic’s Administrative Fellowship Program offers post-graduate students the opportunity to learn healthcare management while focusing on a particular area including operational, clinical, strategic growth and international management.

Post-doc graduates

Learn about a fellowship opportunity to help you develop expertise in designing, implementing and evaluating healthcare education programs.

Post-baccalaureate graduates

Consider a gap year as a medical scribe. During this one-year fellowship training program, you’ll work alongside various healthcare providers to enhance the delivery of team-based patient care and improve physician workflow.

Health professions education

If you're interested in one of the many health professions careers, working alongside physicians and nurses to deliver high quality patient care, take a look at our internal education programs, which range from entry-level and certificate-based programs to advanced-level and post-baccalaureate programs. Students in affiliated health professions education programs may also complete clinical education experiences at Cleveland Clinic. 

Medical students

The Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University trains students to become physician investigators.

Cleveland Clinic can be the site for M1/M2 students who have been accepted into the Ohio Academy of Family Physician's Preceptorship Program. 

Resident fellows

Discover more than 160 ACGME-accredited and non-accredited programs in a full range of clinical specialties and research. We also offer visiting residencies and fellowships.

Practicing physicians

Clinical and Surgical Skills Development
Receive one-on-one clinical skills instruction and training that includes supervised patient care from Cleveland Clinic experts.

Surgical Skills Training Labs
Our Surgical and Task Training labs offer three unique facilities to meet your training needs: a state-of-the-art teleconference room, animate/cadaveric wet lab and robotic training center.

Research Skills Development (KL2)
Learn how to conduct team-based, multidisciplinary, patient-oriented clinical research.

Medical Education
Access hundreds of live and online CME opportunities as well as enduring materials.

Participate in preceptorships or observerships at Cleveland Clinic.

Executive Education
Learn more about the unique leadership and management training programs led by Cleveland Clinic top executives and leaders in academia.

International education

Discover medical education programs for international healthcare professionals, medical students, residents and fellows.


Our Nursing Institute offers a variety of education options for nurses.

Executive education

Learn more about the unique leadership and management training programs led by Cleveland Clinic top executives and leaders in academia.

Research opportunities

The Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute offers academic opportunities for learners at various stages of their academic careers.