AHA – Grad School 101

Grad School 101 w/ Chad This workshop was posted online on March 21, 2017, by Chad. Chad is a graduate assistant and during the workshop, he talked about the graduate school application process. From watching the workshop, I learned many informational tools that will most definitely help me when I start to apply to graduate... Continue Reading →

Connecting with Peer Mentor

18 March 2017, Saturday Every year, the city of West Covina works with the East San Gabriel Valley Japanese Community Center to host the Cherry Blossom Festival at South Hills Plaza. The event was from 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM. I attended the event with another AHA member, Kelly. We  did not stay for the whole duration... Continue Reading →

AHA – Asking Prof. for LOR

Asking Prof. for LOR w/ Chad This workshop was posted online on March 16, 2017, by Chad. Chad is a graduate assistant and during the workshop, he talked about ways to ask a professor for a letter of recommendation. A letter of recommendation, according to WikiHow, is a needed for applications such as graduate schools... Continue Reading →

AHA – Informational Interviewing

Informational Interviewing 101 w/ Chad This workshop was held on March 17, 2017, by Chad. I did not attend in person, therefore this post is based on the video he posted online. Chad is a graduate assistant and he gave information on how to get advice and ask proper questions when interviewing someone. From the workshop,... Continue Reading →

AHA – Grad School Panel #4

Grad School Panel #4 This event was hosted by the Allied Health Academy at CSU Fullerton. The event was a panel of three different graduate students who are in grad school. The grad students were Kathlyn (Comm. Disorders), Maria (Counseling), and Brittany (Public Health). They talked about how culture has inspired or influenced them to... Continue Reading →

AHA-OCHCA Review

The OCHCA is an agency that focuses on the health care of Orange County residents. The agency has many different branches and divisions but they still fall under the same health care category. The Nutrition Education and Obesity Pevention (NEOP) had a big amount of services that were available such as nutrition classes, food demos,... Continue Reading →

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