• Other Opportunities

    Job Shadow Program

    The one-day-a-month Job Shadow program for high school juniors and seniors is a free experience that is open to students and adults considering a career change. Sign up early; the slots fill up quickly. Check the website for the list of shadowing dates for 2015. There are many specialists who can be shadowed for a day, including physicians, nurses,  therapists and pharmacy professionals. Visit the Job Shadow Program website for more information and a registration form.

    Health Careers Explorers Program

    The Health Careers Explorers Program for high school students is an 8 week course that meets for two hours on Wednesday evenings from 6-8pm. Each session showcases two different career areas and the students receive information related to jobs in that field, as well as school requirements and salary ranges. Students will participate in guided tours of the departments, hands on activities, and interaction with the presenters and other program participants. Learn more about the Health Careers Explorers Program.

    School’s Out Program

    Cincinnati Children’s also welcomes high school student volunteers in patient care areas every summer through the School’s Out Program. Teen volunteers help in areas such as activity centers and outpatient clinics in addition to providing clerical support in departments throughout the hospital, both at the main campus and at our neighborhood locations. We ask our summer volunteers, who must be at least 15 years old by June 1, to make a weekly commitment of two to three hours and plan to miss no more than two scheduled shifts over the course of the summer.  Learn more about the School’s Out Program.

    Summer for Sickle Cell Science Program

    The Summer for Sickle Cell Science Program is an outstanding science training opportunity for high school students designed to involve young people in cutting-edge scientific research conducted in an academic medical center and to cultivate a continued interest in research related to sickle cell disease. Learn more about the Summer for Sickle Cell Science Program.