Student Involvement in RIPHA
Students in Rhode Island are the future of public health. In your careers, you will address pressing issues ranging from nicotine prevalence to the health effects of climate change. RIPHA is your bridge from college or graduate student learning in the classroom, to a professional working in the field.
Collegiate /Graduate RIPHA Public Health Clubs
Students across Rhode Island are starting their own RIPHA Public Health Club chapters. Chapter clubs follow a project based model, which is action oriented, rather than only discussion. Each club provides students with the opportunity to develop and carry out public health projects on campus and in the surrounding community.
See how you can do public health work on your campus through a chapter club.
Through RIPHA, you have the opportunity to participate in upcoming events like the Annual meeting, and other networking opportunities.
Make your voice heard by joining other students and professionals alike in advocacy work. Write policy briefs, testify, or share ideas with lawmakers.
Participate in your school's chapter club to develop solutions to public health issues you want addressed.
Perhaps the most important key to any successful career is building connections through networking.
RIPHA enables you to form connections with working public health professionals at numerous events.
Connect and construct the future with other Rhode Island university students soon to be your professional colleges. It never hurts to know a friend!
Building a quality resume or Linkedln can be difficult and daunting. Weather you are a first year or fifth year, we offer applicable professional development opportunities. Simply joining the association is an easy way to show employers your interest and dedication in public health.