College of Health Professions

Health Care Management major

The purpose of Healthcare Leadership Academy is to provide students with exposure to careers in the field of Health Care Management, while providing opportunities to enhance the development of leadership skills and begin to build professional networks.

Students must have at least a 2.0 overall GPA to be considered for membership. If you meet this requirement and wish to join, please print, complete and submit this application to Linthicum Hall, room 121. You will be notified of your acceptance (contingent on GPA ) via email within two weeks of your submission. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Engineer at


Leadership Academy General Meeting - all members encouraged to attend!

The Academy holds their first general meeting in March. This meeting will provide an opportunity to meet the other members of the Academy as well as receive information about upcoming officer elections, committee memberships and our new Sharepoint website. When it has been determined, the 2014 date will be posted here. No RSVP will be necessary, but we look forward to meeting everyone there!!!


Educational Events

The Value of Mentoring and Professional Networking

In today’s changing healthcare environment, early careerists need skills and  strategies to position themselves for the future.  Data has shown that mentoring is an effective way to offer guidance and  support for healthcare executives who  are entering the field or who are seeking career advancement.  A mentoring  relationship provides a safe environment in which those with less experience  may learn from experienced executives.  This session will explore the value of  mentoring   relationships and the development of professional networks.  Participants will learn how to prepare for a mentoring relationship and how to seek out a mentor, as well as learn a process to begin networking for career development.


The Benefits of Profossional Organizations

This session focuses on the importance of membership in professional organizations.  It will explore various opportunities available through professional membership, as well as student membership status in four common professional organizations.  The session will also explore opportunities for further student involvement through local chapters and activities.  The session will begin with brief opening remarks by the moderator, followed by 10-15 minute presentations by each of the panelists.  The program will conclude with a 30 minute question-and-answer period.


Participants will learn the value of professional organization membership as well as opportunities available for student involvement.

Background and Additional Readings:

Department of Interprofessional Health Studies
Linthicum Hall, Room 121

Hours: Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.

Phone: 410-704-4049
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