We appreciate your interest in Cleveland Clinic's School of Cytotechnology.
Cytotechnology is a health science profession that specializes in the microscopic evaluation of cellular samples for the detection and diagnosis of human disease. Cytotechnologists are cytotechnology specialists who have above average visual acuity, are good problem solvers; they are accurate, reliable and work well under pressure. If you possess these characteristics and have an interest in biology, a career as a Cytotechnologist may be the right field for you. The twelve-month training program at Cleveland Clinic will require dedication and hard work, but will bring the successful graduate the skills and knowledge needed to enter into a workforce that offers the opportunity to serve patients and the medical community.
Cleveland Clinic Mission
To provide better care of the sick, investigation into their problems and further education of those who serve.
Cleveland Clinic Vision
To provide best in class patient experiences, superior clinical outcomes and excellence in research and education.
In this spirit, Cleveland Clinic's School of Cytotechnology will provide students the opportunity to learn in a dynamic laboratory environment with a wide variety of cases and a large teaching slide library. The faculty has extensive experience in Cytopathology and many are recognized nationally and internationally as experts and educators in the field.
We hope you will consider our program and look forward to working with you.
For More Information
For additional information, please contact:
Bridgette Springer, MBA, CT(ASCP)CM, Program Director
Virtual Career Fair
For more information about the School of Cytotechnology and to have an opportunity to ask questions about the training program, please attend one of the upcoming sessions of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Health Sciences Education 2020 Virtual Career Fair.
Dates: March 3, 2020 | March 5, 2020