Global Health Student Organizations
Earlham students are active members of several on-campus organizations related to healthcare and public health. Learn more about how you can get involved below.
Health Club members participating in MATEC Indiana’s HIV CORE 101 Training, covering basic information, prevention, and treatment of HIV.
The Earlham College Health Club welcomes students who are interested in or considering a health profession. We strive to develop experiences that help to educate our students while serving the greater community. Learn crucial healthcare skills in our Health Skills Certification Series or volunteer at our annual blood drives and health fairs. Yearly observations also include Health Professions Week and Public Health Week, both endorsed by the National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions (NAAHP).
MINORITY ASSOCIATION OF PRE-MEDICAL STUDENTS (MAPS)
MAPS is the sister chapter of the Student National Medical Association (SNMA). Its mission is to increase the number of African-American, Latinx, and other students of color entering and completing medical school by partnering college chapters with medical colleges across the country. Members of Earlham’s chapter have the opportunity to network with current medical students at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Our chapter is also open to all minority students interested in a health career, not just medicine.
HEALTH OCCUPATIONS STUDENTS OF AMERICA (HOSA)
HOSA is a national organization that seeks to develop leadership and technical skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness, and recognition, which is an integral part of the Health Science Education instructional program. HOSA chapters can be found on high school and college campuses across the country. Earlham’s chapter is one of five currently active within the State of Indiana. Each year Earlham students prepare, compete, and place in state and national level competitions in a variety of healthcare categories.
|Yejin Ki ‘19
|Abhay Chaudhary ’20
|Megan Bennett ‘20
|Cyrus Buckman ‘18