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Journey to Success – Open to the Public!


The event is now open to the public.
A $25 deposit is required to ensure your space at the event. Checks preferred. Please make the check out to “Student Health Council,” and include your email in the memo line.

Your deposit check will be returned to you, in full, upon your arrival at the event.

Checks can be turned in one of three ways:
* A box in RGL 108
* Directly to Mark Domantay / Jeni La
* Other means organized by Student Health Council (please email

Email or check out the webpage for it.

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Journey to Success: Positioning Yourself to Be a Leader in the New Era of Health Care


A $25 deposit check is required in order to ensure your space at the event.
It will be returned, in full, when you check in at the event.
Please make your check out to “Student Health Council,” and include your email in the memo line.EASIEST WAY TO RSVP?
Second-year students can give their checks to Phillip Cardona this coming weekend intensive for PPD 515.

First-year students can give their checks to Mark Domantay at either the Friday, Jan. 21 seminar on residencies; or this coming weekend intensive for PPD 518.WANT MORE DETAILS ON THE EVENT?
Email or check out the webpage for it.

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Residency Events

Residency Preparation Seminar

Friday, January 25, 10:30 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
RGL 101

Seminar topics include: What types of jobs should I be looking for? What responsibilities should I anticipate during my residency? How do I ask for more responsibility and/or projects? Who/How do I ask for references and letters of recommendation? What can I do to prepare for interviews? What are interviewers looking for?

Annual Preceptor’s Reception

Thursday, February 7, 5:00 p.m.
USC Tutor Campus Center, Grand Ballroom

This event provides a unique opportunity for MHA students to connect with preceptors for residencies. As preceptors confirm their attendance to the event, Shaunna Thomas will send out “Request for Interview” announcements. Students interested should respond, as interviews for the evening will be scheduled on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Please RSVP no later than January 30, 2013, to Veronica Perez (

Second-year students available to assist at the event should contact Shaunna Thomas (

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Ready to compete?


Looking for an opportunity to put what you’ve learn into a real life, real time case?
We’re looking for a team to send to UAB’s annual case competition for health administration students.
For more details on the competition itself, please check out

Please contact Jesse ( if you’re interested!

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Holiday Bar Crawl

eat, drink and be ugly!

Come celebrate the end of the semester and the holidays with everyone at our Holiday Bar Crawl on December 1st!

We will be meeting in front of RGL at 7:30 pm to take the metro to Culver City. If you would prefer to meet us in Culver City, we will be arriving at the Culver Hotel around 8 pm.

Our destinations? Culver Hotel –> Ford’s Filling Station –> Rush Street

Wear your ugly sweaters!

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Inaugural Fall Speaker Event

USC’s Student Health Council and Upsilon Phi Delta are proud to introduce our inaugural fall speaker event, “Understanding Sacramento: What Every Aspiring Health Administrator Should Know.”

The moderator for the event will be USC MHA alumnus and adjunct professor Bill Barcellona. Panelists include California State Senator Ed Hernandez and Assembly Member Richard Pan, MD.


Tuesday, October 9, 2012

6:00 – 6:45 p.m.   Networking

7:00 – 8:00 p.m.   Panel Presentation

8:00 – 8:30 p.m.   General Discussion

Location: Radisson Hotel

3540 S Figueroa Street

Los Angeles, CA 90007

For more details, please check out the official page, Understanding Sacramento: What Every Aspiring Health Administrator Should Know.

This event is FREE to all professionals and students. Please RSVP if you are planning to attend, as space is limited.

We hope to see you all there!

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Football Tailgate vs. Cal (09/22/12)

Please join us this Saturday for a tailgate before our game against Cal from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM!

Get to know your fellow classmates and alumni. The tailgate is completely free of charge! We will be providing food and non-alcoholic drinks, so BYOB.

For those who have never attended a tailgate before, we are usually next to the Traveler statue next to the fountain, which is across from Tommy Trojan. See you Saturday!

Come cheer on the Trojans as they defend their home turf versus the California Golden Bears.


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