My name is Carlos D. Mena and I am your Healthcare Administration Student Forum (HCASF) President for Fall 2016 through Spring 2017. It is a great honor working alongside faculty and students in order to make your success our own. In joining HCASF you are invited to general meetings and workshops hosted throughout the semester. There you are given the opportunity to receive tips and advice from keynote speakers who currently work in Healthcare fields.
Another great advantage in participating in HCASF is the ability to meet a potential mentor who can help guide you into a path he or she took and give you their input based off the previous experiences that they’ve had. Altogether HCASF is an organization that prides itself in helping students out in building career relations and giving tips and advice that is essential in growth and future success.
The Healthcare Administration Student Forum has grown tremendously and we expect greater successes to come, but it all starts with student involvement. I invite you to our general meetings and workshops and hope to see you all there.
Have a great semester and remember: Go Beach!
The California State University Long Beach Health Care Administration Student Forum (HCASF) is a recognized campus student academic organization. HCASF provides a vehicle for constructive student involvement, recognition, and representation in the profession of health care administration. Its mission is to promote an environment conducive to educational and ethical development of personal and social skills for effective leadership in healthcare organizations.
Once you are enrolled in HCA 300, you are automatically enrolled into the HCA Student Forum's organizational mailing list on BeachBoard. On BeachBoard, go to My Organizations, and search for or click on “HCA Students” to find information about upcoming meetings.
If you wish to learn more about and apply to become a member of the HCASF, go to CSULB's OrgSync; both it and HCASF's BeachBoard organization have contact information for the HCASF officers and the faculty sponsor. These sites also contain information on HCA meetings, and, additionally, community events of interest to students preparing for careers in healthcare administration as well as for career and paid internship opportunities.
HCA Student Forum Officers
|Community Outreach||Joseph Sapida|
|Public Relations||Lauren Blaschke|