Alumni and Friends
Announcing the 2013 Mentoring through Networking Program
October 10, 2013 - Mentoring through Networking is a program to bring Alumni and current CHHS seniors and juniors together to discuss the bridge between college and a career. The Alumni and CHHS students will meet once a month to discuss a job related topic. Each time an Alumnus will meet and give advice on that specific topic to a few CHHS students. The program's goal is to allow CHHS Alumni to better become involved with the students and George Mason University, through helping the students become more aware of the realities of the job hunting world. We want the Alumni to help the CHHS students feel more confident when applying for a job. Learn more about the Student's role and the Alumnus' role in the program.
To apply, download the appropriate form below and email the completed form to email@example.com.
Terms: The Mentoring through Networking does not require Alumni to give out their contact information to the CHHS students. CHHS students will not EXPECT the Alumni to get them a job.
HAP Alum at Hill Day
June 14, 2013 - Representative Gerry Connolly and Sharon Brigner, MS'00 speak to Washington Health Policy Students at the House Cannon Building on Hill Day. Students from across the country meet with their Senators and Congressmen and attend hearings as a part of the week institute. Also pictured (far right) is Health Administration and Policy graduate student Tyler Braun.
Paula Graling, BSN'82, MSN'96 named CHHS Distinguished Alumna
April 24, 2013 - Paula was honored at Celebration of Distinction on April 17. Read more.
CHHS Alumni Publications
Support for the College
Alumni and friends of the College, those individuals closest to the university, are vital to maintaining its habit of excellence for students and faculty. They lecture in classrooms, serve on advisory boards, and organize social events. Their financial support keeps the College in the forefront of quality education by:
- Funding student scholarships
- Recruiting and retaining exceptional faculty
- Funding new programs
The generosity of alumni and friends helps the College provide students with high quality experiences and the community with well-trained health and human services professionals, who positively influence the health and well being of our communities.
For more information on specific giving opportunities, please contact the College of Health and Human Services at 703-993-6018 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
When giving, please designate CHHS as the recipient of your contribution.
Thank you for supporting students and faculty of the College of Health and Human Services.