Fairfield, California - Fairfield High School junior Johan Jimenez has been selected to participate in the Kaiser Permanente Launch Internship program this summer. This highly competitive 8-week internship program will provide Johan with the opportunity to work at a Kaiser facility, where he will receive training and experience working in both medical and non-medical fields within the organization.
Johan will have the chance to work alongside doctors, nurses, and other Kaiser professionals, providing him with valuable insights into various careers in the medical field. The program aims to prepare students for successful careers after graduation by providing them with practical experience and training.
Johan's selection from a pool of nearly 3,000 high school applicants is a clear demonstration of his hard work, dedication, and passion for the medical field.
"We are incredibly proud of Johan and all that he has achieved,” said Fairfield High School teacher Nick Spini. “We are excited to see where this opportunity will take him and look forward to supporting him in his future endeavors."
Johan's selection to this highly competitive internship program is not only a reflection of his personal achievements but also demonstrates Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District’s commitment to providing students with the tools and resources they need to succeed and thrive in their chosen fields.