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Student and Early Careerist Info Session (Recorded Sept 2020)

We truly believe that ACHE/HLNY Student Associate membership is an eye and door-opening experience. It’s the start of the ACHE path for many of the ACHE Careerists and FACHE fellows.

In this Higher Education Network (HEN) Info Session, HLNY President-Elect Sam Lin, Director of ACHE’s Career Resource Center Gina LaMantia, and ACHE Regent – New York Maureen Doran discussed the opportunities associated with ACHE Student membership overall as well as how HLNY helps students locally in the tri-state area.

Networking

Joining HLNY and networking is the link to professional and personal growth. Networking is especially important to finding success in the healthcare industry, as most healthcare jobs are filled through known or referred contacts in the industry. Professional networking can help in the search of new opportunities and in exploring different careers within healthcare, which is why students and early careerists should take advantage of networking. After joining ACHE and attending HLNY events, new relationships are built. Sometimes it only takes meeting the right person at the right time to unlock a new opportunity. Find An Event >

ACHE Higher Education Network

ACHE and HLNY are committed to supporting healthcare management programs, who nurture and teach the future leaders of our profession. Through ACHE, mentors of the next generation of healthcare managers can receive support for student organizations through the ACHE Higher Education Network. This means that all participating universities/colleges in the ACHE Higher Education Network, must be regionally accredited, offering an identifiable degree, major or concentration in healthcare management.

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HLNY Achievement Award of Distinction Scholarship

Each year, a $1,500 stipend is awarded to one or more graduate students who have demonstrated academic excellence, community service, and a desire to become future healthcare leaders.

Applicants must be enrolled in schools that have an approved Higher Education Network Agreement with the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). At the time of application, the student shall be declared a graduate student in a healthcare course of study (i.e., Public Health, Public Administration or Hospital Administration) and must have a minimum grade point average of 3.5.

Additionally, applicants must submit an essay describing his or her specific career goals and discuss his or her vision of the future. The essay must indicate contributions to the promotion and protection of the health of individuals, families, and communities; and/or demonstrate the ability to transfer theoretical ideas and knowledge into practical application.

Download: HLNY Scholarship Description
Download: HLNY Scholarship Application

Please note: ALL required materials must be submitted via email by October 23, 2020. Only applicants who have an active ACHE membership will be considered.

Leonard Achan Sr Health Equity Scholarship

Each year, a $1,500 stipend is awarded to up to four graduate students with diverse backgrounds exemplifying a commitment to the betterment of the healthcare ecosystem, with the hope of one day “paying it forward”.

This scholarship, named in memory of Leonard Achan Sr., was founded by a member and former HLNY Award of Distinction Recipient, Leonard Achan Jr, who funded the initial scholarship for 5 years and created an evergreen platform for healthcare leaders and companies to participate to bring awareness to health equity and the need for raising and guiding future leaders committed to changing the healthcare equity landscape in New York.

Most notably, scholarship award recipients will be assigned mentors for their last graduate year through the vast network of HLNY. Mentorship will be curated and introduced with a one hour minimum per month commitment for remote or in-person mentorship and advisement meetings with scholarship recipients for a one (1) year period upon graduation.

Candidates must be scheduled to graduate from any allied health administration degree program e.g. MPH, MPA, MHA, MBA (health concentration) or another accredited administrative degree program in any healthcare arena within the next 2 years, show dedicated Community Service work to underprivileged communities or patient populations in New York with a recommendation/letter of support attesting to this work, and an essay (max 600 words) outlining the candidate’s current or aspiring commitment to the betterment of the healthcare ecosystem.

Download: HLNY Scholarship Description
Download: HLNY Scholarship Application

Please note: ALL required materials must be submitted via email by October 23, 2020. Must be an active member of ACHE, or have intentions to become a member within 3 months if not currently active.