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  • Re: 2. Promoting the Benefits of ACHE

    ACHE could be more visible to students by having former students to speak about how ACHE has impacted their career.&nbsp; At Texas Women&#39;s University, the professors do encourage students to join, but most of them don&#39;t.&nbsp; Some students don&#39;t understand the impact of networking and how it can be an asset to&nbsp;their ...
    Posted to Student Committee (Forum) by TFlowers on September 24, 2012
  • Re: 3. ACHE Membership Benefits

    The biggest benefit of ACHE has been meeting other executives and hearing how they got to become an executive.&nbsp; The networking with other executives has been invaluable.&nbsp; Being a part of ACHE has also helped me to learn more about how legislative changes are affecting patients.&nbsp; I have also gotten a broader prospective about other ...
    Posted to Student Committee (Forum) by TFlowers on September 24, 2012
  • Re: 4. ACHE Chapters and Students

    A career planning event would be very useful for students.&nbsp; Students are working hard to obtain the advanced degree, but many are&nbsp; not sure what will come after that.&nbsp; Another service would be a leader-to-leader program, where a current healthcare executive could help advise a student on how to seek opportunities in ...
    Posted to Student Committee (Forum) by TFlowers on September 24, 2012
  • Re: 5. Interaction Between Students and ACHE Regent

    It would be helpful for students to understand the Regent&#39;s take on where healthcare is going, especially in terms of legislative changes.&nbsp; As a student this would help to guide choices for a&nbsp;professional career after receiving&nbsp;the MHA.&nbsp; If the Regent could give some of their professional insight on what changes&nbsp;or ...
    Posted to Student Committee (Forum) by TFlowers on September 24, 2012
  • Re: 1. Relationships With Student Associates

    ACHE could strengthen relationships by having events where student associates could learn more about what it takes to become a healthcare executive.&nbsp; Students and potential members should be given information to help them to navigate this career path. I know the path to leadership may be different for everyone, but insight from current ...
    Posted to Student Committee (Forum) by TFlowers on September 24, 2012
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