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  • Re: 1. Relationships With Student Associates

    I believe that emphasizing volunteer opportunities for ACHE events across the board gives Student Associates a comfortable &quot;in&quot; to being at events. As a student who would really enjoy becoming a more active member in ACHE, being a lone, student volunteer at a recent past event was a great way to ease into the setting and interact with ...
    Posted to Student Committee (Forum) by CSlifka on September 7, 2012
  • Re: 3. ACHE Membership Benefits

    Networking has obviously been the biggest membership benefit with ACHE. Most of the healthcare professionals who comprise ACHE seem to be quite eager to connect with, and prompt involvement from students. This enthusiasm and openness makes those professional titles a little less intimidating, and exemplifies how easy it can be to make crucial ...
    Posted to Student Committee (Forum) by CSlifka on September 7, 2012
  • Re: 5. Interaction Between Students and ACHE Regent

    Mark Hamilton is the Wisconsin Regent and has been wonderfully active in his interactions with our UW-Milwaukee organization: Future Healthcare Executives (FHE). Last year he gave a great presentation which I saw before becoming a member. It certainly was one of the deciding factors that prompted me to join ACHE. I have brought up with the other ...
    Posted to Student Committee (Forum) by CSlifka on September 7, 2012
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