St. Jude Cure4Kids Student Center

  1. Join the St. Jude Cure4Kids Community!

    Join the St. Jude Cure4Kids Community! Cure4Kids is the leading education and collaboration web site dedicated to supporting the care of children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases worldwide. Students training to become health professionals can join Cure4Kids and have free access to high quality content for continuing education as well as web communication tools. Join today.

  2. Education & Training Opportunities

    Education & Training Opportunities at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital:

    1. Child Life Internship, Practicum, & Child Life 101
    2. Clinical Nutrition Training Program
    3. College Student Volunteer Program
    4. International Visitors Program
    5. Predoctoral, Postdoctoral, & Clinical Fellowship Opportunities
    6. Volunteer Services Internships
    7. Academic Programs Training Homepage

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Legal Agreement

Registration is free, but limited to doctors, nurses, health care professionals and researchers involved in the care of children with catastrophic diseases, and for the teacher's site, teachers and educators at public and private schools.

Also, in order to register you have to specify that you accept our legal terms and disclaimer listed on the link below.

Click here to read the agreement.

Important: All registration data is reviewed before approval and access to the web site.

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About St. Jude Cure4Kids for Kids

The St. Jude Cancer Education for Children Program is an educational outreach initiative of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. It helps school children, their parents and teachers understand the basic science and treatment of cancer. Through the use of age-appropriate content, the program focuses on three main objectives:

  1. addressing common misconceptions about childhood cancer,
  2. instilling healthy habits in children that can help prevent the development of adult cancer, and
  3. increasing children's overall interest in science and scientific careers.

All educational on-site activities are led by St. Jude faculty and staff. All the educational material was developed by a multi-disciplinary team composed of St. Jude faculty and staff with the collaboration of national experts. St. Jude works with schoolteachers and administrators to implement this program free of charge.