Friday, April 7 is this year's NPHW Student Day! What can your local campus do to help raise awareness about the value of public health and our work to create a healthier nation?
You can plan a rally, partner with another campus organization to host a seminar on prevention and active living, organize a research symposium for students to present scholarly and creative work, or invite local public health officials to campus to promote their campaigns and services.
There are countless ways to get involved and take action. By participating in NPHW and celebrating Student Day, you’re helping your generation serve as a model of public health!
Check out our event suggestions for specific tips and ideas for activities you can organize with students on your campus. Also visit www.apha.org/apha-communities/student-assembly to learn more about ways to get involved throughout the year!
APHA’s Student Assembly is the nation’s largest student-led organization dedicated to furthering the development of education and opportunities for students, the next generation of professionals in public health and health-related disciplines. The Student Assembly represents and serves students of public health and other health-related disciplines by connecting individuals who are interested in working together on public health and student-related issues. The Student Assembly is available to all current APHA Student Members.