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We provide a community for students in the college of Exercise and Health Sciences. A way to share in experiences and opportunities on and off campus.
Exercise Health Science Club: The EHS Club serves as a network, allowing for interaction and updates on current events happening within the college of Exercise and Health Sciences. The club website is a direct connection to fellow student leaders, faculty and staff. You will receive emails throughout the semester about student activities, professional conferences, scholarships, volunteer work and other opportunities for involvement within the college of Exercise and Health Sciences.
JUST A REMINDER ! you are all welcome to attend our 2nd meeting this semester ! come join us in planning some fun and exciting activities and also our apparel ! April 7th (monday) from 12:00-1:00pm on the second floor of the Campus Cente room 2315. ** some refreshments and snakc will be served but it is recommended to bring your own lunch**
JOB OPPORTUNITY ! If you are an enthusiastic, dynamic, creative and very responsible individual who loves kids and soccer, then this is the opportunity for you. Opportunities also available in programs catered to children ages 12-24 months (Kick & Play), with developmental disabilities (SHINE) and those displaying advanced soccer skills (Premier). We are Boston’s most-popular early childhood development soccer program for children ages 2 to 12 and offer flexible year round class schedules 7 days a week at multiple locations in and around Boston. Compensation starts at $15-$21 per class and goes up to $30 per class depending on your experience, performance and commitment. Paid training sessions begin immediately. Excellent growth potential. For more information contact : Katie DiCioccio Staff Coach Super Soccer Stars Boston (tel.) 781-777-7171 (fax) 781-821-0877 supersoccerstars.com bostonstarspremier.com Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter &Instagram
As I mentioned in the fall semester we are planning a Health Professions Fair in the spring. Invitations have been sent out and I am starting to get responses from attendees. It will be held on Wednesday, February 19th from 11 – 3pm in the CC 3rd floor Ballroom. I would love to have all of you and your societies involved, both with helping with set up and assisting the representatives as well as with a table of your own to attract more students for your clubs. I’d like to meet once the semester is in session to go over ways that your clubs can be of assistance. I’ll send out a doodle poll with dates and times to meet. Please let me know if you have any questions.
**Volunteer Opportunity** My Name is Vivian Onyechi. I a Senior in the Department of Exercise and Health Science and a member of the EHS Club. This is my Final Semester at Umass Boston. I am currently doing my Internship at the Mattapan Community Health Center. Mattapan Community Health Center strives to improve the quality of life for residents of Mattapan and surrounding communities by providing comprehensive, accessible, affordable, and culturally appropriate community health care services, including primary and preventive health services. As part of my Internship responsibility, I am designing an Exercise Program at the Mattapan Health Center titled "Exercise for Good Health". The concept for this program is to lay a foundation that will allow patients who are obese, hypertensive, and diabetics participate in a daily exercises classes that will be offered on site. It will run for a period of six weeks, but at the same time I would like for the program to continue even after my internship, maybe by other interns or by the staff at the clinic. I am hoping to get volunteers to teach some classes a couple of days/nights a week from 10am- 11am Mon – Friday and Evenings 6-7pm. No Evening classes will be held on Fridays for 1 hour for the period of six weeks starting October 30, 2013. I am seeking students who want to gain hands on experience in the field of Exercise, Personal Trainer, and Physical Therapy etc. I have left the option for instructors to teach the class however they want. I would like to emphasize that I have limited equipment teaches these courses would be on a voluntary basis. Please let me know if interested. Sincerely, Vivian Onyechi, Health Services Intern Office: 617-898-9306 Cell: 617-291-6178 Vivian.email@example.com
The time has come once again to attend the Fall New England American College of Sports Medicine Conference! The EHS Club has procured funds in order to supplement the cost of registration. For both November 14th and 15th, the cost of registration has been reduced from $60 to only $10! This two-day meeting is held annually at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence, and features the most respected professionals in the field of Exercise and Health Science. If you are looking for a ways to learn more information about the EHS field, start networking for job and/or graduate school opportunities while meeting some amazing people, you should definitely attend this conference! If you are interested in taking advantage of this amazing opportunity, please contact the EHS Club President at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn the details about how to sign up. As an EHS Club member we give you first priority to sign up, but we are required to advertise this opportunity to the entire UMB community, and spots fill up quickly! Please visit NEACSM.org to download the conference brochure, and check out the event. This could be a chance for you to enhance your career greatly, we hope you take advantage! Thank you! The EHS Club Officers
Hello Students, Welcome to the Spring 2015 semester. The EHS Club is looking to rebuild this semester. We are looking for any UMass Boston students who are interested in becoming officers or active members in the club. Responsibilites will include organizing and participating in events, managing social media sites, and developing and selling EHS merchandise. Please feel free to like and share this post to spread the word to friends. If you are interested in becoming active in the EHS Club yourself simply inbox this page with your contact information. Thank you. I look forward to hearing from interested students.
you are all welcome to attend our 2nd meeting this semester ! come join us in planning some fun and exciting activities and also our apparel ! April 7th (monday) from 12:00-1:00pm on the second floor of the Campus Cente room 2315. ** some refreshments and snakc will be served but it is recommended to bring your own lunch**
the office of career services and internships in collaboration with University Advancement is sponsoringa Dress for Success Day- focused on professional attire. A proffesional Dress Student Fashion Show ! The office is looking for confident students who are interested in participating in the fashion show. Hoping to celebrate UMB diversity, and showcase different examples of dressing professional across various ethnic groups, cultures and religious affiliations. Students who want to participate PLEASE email @email@example.com ASAP if you are interested in participating.
Happy first day of Fall classes! I hope everyone had a great day reconnecting with friends and meeting all your professors. Our first EHS club meeting will be held on Monday September 14 at 2PM in the campus center upper level room U330. We look forward to seeing you all there!
Stay tuned for the GRAND club announcement for the Fall semester on September 1st!
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY ! There is a volunteer opportunity available at the McCormack School (around the corner where our Tenacity program is being held) April 16 and 17th from 7:30-1:30. They need some help running some exercise stations at a health fair for middle school students. This is a great opportunity if you would like more experience working with adolescents (I believe it is middle-schoolers). Although the health fair is all morning long, I am sure if you were available for some of the time that would be appropriate as well. One of the clinical faculty in CNHS is coordinating the effort – if you are interested - please respond to her over email (cc’d on this email) or phone: Ann E. Malone, RN, MSN Clinical Faculty, College of Nursing and Health Sciences University of Massachusetts, Boston Mobile Tel 617-784-6367 firstname.lastname@example.org
NCEMSF is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to support, promote, and advocate emergency medical services on college and university campuses and provide a forum for students to network and learn from one another. As part of its mission, NCEMSF hosts an annual conference which provides undergraduate students from all over the United States and Canada with an opportunity to meet and network with other organizations, practice medical skills and participate in lectures. The 20th Annual Conference, in 2013, had nearly 1,000 attendees and included more than 50 seminars. The 21stAnnual Conference will also include a health career fair, which will feature healthcare-related schools and programs. It is a mutually beneficial opportunity for both our attendees and the participating schools. It allows our members to learn about programs that are geared towards their interests. For the participating schools, our conference will provide the perfect target audience. This year our conference will be held at the Boston Marriott Copley Place in Boston, MA. The conference will take place February 28thto March 2nd with the career fair occurring throughout the day on March 1st. We believe your school would be perfect for our career fair. Please contact me and let me know if you are interested in participating in the conference or if you would like any more information. You can visit our website, www.ncemsf.org, to learn more about the organization and see how successful our past conferences have been. You may also preview the 21stAnnual Conference at www.ncemsf.org/conference/2014-conference. In addition, if you are not able to send a representative to the conference, you can place an ad in our conference program. Details regarding registration for the conference or sponsorship can be found here: http://www.ncemsf.org/sponsors/2-public-articles/webpages/36-become-a-sponsor I look forward to hearing from you soon. Best Regards, Yoni Litwok Northeast Regional Coordinator email@example.com
University Health Services is establishing a Student Health Advisory Council (SHAC) What is the Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)? The SHAC serves as a liaison between the student body and University Health Services (UHS), representing student health concerns and helping to promoting health and health services on campus. SHAC members benefit by learning about healthcare and health policy, collaborating as members of a team, developing leadership skills and enhancing their professional development. SHAC members will provide input on issues concerning student health, such as accessibility, range of services, sensitivity to issues of culture, ethnicity, sexual orientation and gender identity, student fees, quality and general satisfaction. The SHAC will also provide input into the negotiation of the Student Health Plan (SHP). Would you like to be involved in the UMass Boston SHAC? The SHAC will represent the entire student body. UMass Boston students of all backgrounds, experiences, and ages are encouraged to apply.The SHAC will work to improve the quality of UHS and share knowledge of college health issues across campus. We are interested in recruiting students who share these goals. The SHAC will begin meeting early in the Spring 2013 semester. If you would like to apply for an ‘at large’ seat on the SHAC please complete the online application at http://form.jotform.co/form/33444760214853