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Summer Internship SelectionsThe Cleveland Clinic's Office of Civic Education Initiatives has selected two NDCL students for the Cleveland Clinic's prestigious summer internship program.Congratulations go to…

Summer Internship Selections

The Cleveland Clinic’s Office of Civic Education Initiatives has selected two NDCL students for the Cleveland Clinic’s prestigious summer internship program.

Congratulations go to sophomores Sydney Fimiani, who won a respiratory therapy internship, and Anne Schneeberger, who was selected as a nursing intern.

Fifteen NDCL students have been selected to participate in the Clinic’s program over the last three years. The Clinic’s intensive, paid internships provide top students throughout northeastern Ohio with the opportunity to work and learn alongside nationally renowned healthcare professionals in a variety of fields.

At the end of the program, students present scientific research or creative projects that they produce during their internship experiences.

NHS Inducts 56 Members

During a ceremony in the Pat and Janet O’Brien Center for the Performing Arts on March 25, the NDCL Chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 56 new members.

To be considered for NHS membership at NDCL, juniors and seniors submit applications describing their personal pursuit of the four pillars of the organization: character, scholarship, leadership, and service. Under the direction of NHS adviser and science teacher Jillian O’Reilly, faculty members and administrators review the applications and select qualified students for NHS membership.

Congratulations go to these new members of the National Honor Society:

Cynthia Carballada, Emily Hyslop, Alicia Perovsek, Mary Carney, Regina Iafelice, Benjamin Pinzone, Chad Cipollone, Brady Kaucic, David Plent, Emily Clemente, Allison Kobosky, Michael Plent, Victoria Colacicco, Rachel Krevh, Michelle Pokorny, Michael Crookshanks, Alivia Lee, Cole Prots, Mary D’Angelo, Lauren Lynch, Deanna Raguz, Anthony Dedic, Mary Mamone, Rorey Smith, Alexandria DeSico, Nicole Martin, Claire Spech, Carlee Duggan, Thomas McKiernan, Mick Stanovsek, Megan Ferry, Kevin McMahon, Erin Stewart, Samantha Flowers, Rachel Melvin, Jacqueline Vanek, Alexander Fox, Domenic Misiti, Kennedy Westfall, Monica Friedl, Angelina Nero, Stephanie Williams, Alissa Friel, Robert Ohly, Benjamin Wozniak, Victoria Glunt, Collin O’Neill, Hyeonjoo Yoo, Jacqueline Gueulette, Amanda O’Reilly, Maria Znidarsic, Alexandra Gunner, Emily Pannitto, Mara Zolikoff, David Hertz and Madeline Parisi.

Close-Up View Of Government

Seniors Leo LoDuca and Tyler Kirchmeir had the opportunity to get an insider’s perspective on how the U.S. government works this week at CloseUp 2014 in Washington, D.C.

Under the guidance of CloseUp’s outstanding faculty, students use the nation’s capital as a living classroom to complete a series of exciting, challenging and unforgettable activities.

The week was filled with many education and cultural experiences, including workshops, seminars, guest speakers and on-site visits to significant historical and governmental sites. Leo and Tyler also had the opportunity to attend and observe Congressional committee hearings and meet with Sen. Rob Portman and Congressman David Joyce.

Students Reach For The Stars

Students in Mrs. Pauline Cheeseman’s astronomy class are learning about stars and more this semester. Last week they completed a lab on refracting telescopes by using laser pointers and gelatine to study how light bends as it moves from one medium to another.

Astronomy is a one-semester course at NDCL in which students study the Earth’s motion, constellations, telescopes, the birth and death of stars, black holes and other natural phenomena. Students also enjoy a visit to the Geauga Observatory Park.

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