eStudent HFMA memberships are for people that are during the academic year, are a full-time college student at an educational institution that maintains a regular faculty and curriculum. This educational institution has an organized body of students at the place where its educational activities are carried on. Alternately, you may be a full-time intern, resident, or co-op student affiliated with an accredited educational program. Further, eStudents are not presently employed in the healthcare finance profession or one of its relevant specialties.
Are you a student with an eStudent HFMA membership who would like to become a full HFMA member of the Texas Gulf Coast Chapter? If so, we have good news for you. Each year we have a scholarship program that will allow you to enroll for a fraction of the cost 12.5% to be exact. Limited scholarships are available to schools located in our geographical region.
If you are interested and want to learn more, please contact Membership Chair Lisa Wood at [email protected] or our Chapter Office at [email protected].
The US Program is the result of our Communications and Membership Development Committees combined efforts to develop skills that promote student career advancement. This program also focus on building strategic partnerships with University Faculty and Students throughout the Houston Metropolitan area. The US Program highlights various degree programs to include MHA, MBA, MPA, etc. and the corresponding bachelor’s programs.
HFMA US Overview – Overview of the program.
HFMA US.Faculty questionnaire – Completed by the Dean or faculty of the degree program. If possible, we usually request a photo of the individual completing the questionnaire.
HFMA US.Student Interview – Completed by the selected student of the bachelor program. We request the name of the student who is recommended from the bachelor program. The student is invited to the upcoming luncheon, and tasked with interviewing one of our members as well as documenting the interview. The student’s name is mentioned in the quarterly newsletter and the interview is published.
Through this innovative program, the Texas Gulf Coast Chapter of HFMA is helping to connect Students with Healthcare Professionals