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Network with the SPH community, connect with other SPH alumni, and learn something new. SPH offers many events throughout the year and alumni are invited and encouraged to attend.
The award-winning SPH Mentor Program connects public health professionals to current students to help with career and professional development. Applications for the SPH Mentor Program are open late summer/early fall each year.
The MHA Alumni Board is comprised of dynamic leaders from across the United States. Directors promote alumni engagement and philanthropy in support of the MHA Program, and lifelong learning opportunities for its alumni. 2019 applications will soon be accepted for board service beginning July 1.
Know someone who would make a good board member? Nominate them online.
Each winter, SPH alumni and students are invited to participate in Gophers Gathering, connecting SPH alumni to students through a shared meal in the Twin Cities. Alumni have the opportunity to share their SPH experience with current students by hosting a meal, brunch or dinner, in their home or at a restaurant locally. Opportunities exist to host meals specific to particular academic program (i.e. PHAP, MHA, etc.) or to host a mixed group of students from all academic backgrounds. Contact Heidi Mastrud.
An objective of the Minnesota MHA Program is to prepare graduates capable of becoming health care leaders in all types of healthcare organizations. The residency/internship is a vital part of the academic program and provides the students with a consolidated period of time to relate and apply what they have learned in the classroom to a healthcare organization. The purpose of the residency is to provide an introduction to the daily activities of an organization from the perspective of top management.
If your organization has an internship opportunity, or you would like to learn more about the program, please contact Mary Ellen Wells, MHA ’84.