Here is the HAPP COM April Calendar! We have a month full of meetings and awesome events. If you can’t make it to our weekly meetings, now is the time to get involved!!
April 2nd- HAPP COM Study Night 7-9PM
April 9th- Meeting- Signs for Healthy Bake Sale, Healthy Recipe Exchange
April 9th – Zumbathon, 7PM Location TBA
April 11th- DPhiE Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders Vigil, Skylight Room
April 16th- HAPP COM Healthy Bake Sale, 11AM-2PM Location TBA
April 19th (Friday)- Annual Public Health Conference, Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School
April 23rd- T-shirt Making for MS Walk – Team “Amity’s Angels”
April 28th (Sunday)- Baltimore MS Walk
April 30th- Take back the night meeting
April 30th- UMBC Take back the night 6:30 PM UMBC Quad/Terrace
May 7th- Last Meeting!
May 7th- Study Night: Finals Edition, 7-9 PM Location TBA
“The Health Administration and Policy Council of Majors supports and initiates programs of interest to majors.”
Since its inception in 1978, the Council of Majors has sought to provide students with an opportunity to meet, share information, and discuss mutual interests. In addition, the group is a resource of students seeking information regarding post-graduation goals, including career networking and guidance with graduate school programs. By sponsoring events to benefit both the campus and local community, the Council of Majors is also in the service of others. The Council of Majors welcomes every Health Administration and Policy major to participate.
Why Join the Council of Majors?
People join the Council of Majors because they realize the need to go above and beyond what is simply required to graduate. Healthcare is a complex institution, and in order to understand and survive within it, one must diligently seek up-to-date information about the field. The Council tries to bring pertinent information from “real world” organizations and events into their meetings and programming in hopes that students will understand how dynamic healthcare is. Many employers and graduate schools want to know that candidates are doing more than the minimal. The Council of Majors is one such opportunity to go above and beyond.