As a former HACU Student Program participant, you have a world of opportunities to meet, greet, and recruit potential participants. Below is a summary of activities alumni have participated in. This list is merely a menu of possible choices. Any way that you choose to help is greatly appreciated.
Stay Connected: Subscribe to the HAA Listserv!
The HACU Alumni Association invites you to join the HACU Alumni Association Listserv maintained through MailChimp!
You will be able to manage the types of HAA notifications you receive and how often and share information on employment opportunities, community service, and other information relevant to the HAA with the click of a button. In addition, you will be able to connect with your friends and peers.
Most importantly, by signing up with the HACU Alumni Association list serv, you will be considered an “active member” of the HACU Alumni Association, giving you the right to vote in HACU Alumni elections, and on issues you deem relevant to the direction and action of the group.
Let the world know about your internship experience! Host an information session or table session on your campus. We have found the best way to spread the work about HACU is for the alumni to share their stories. For more info on how you can help HNIP recruit interns, please visit send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
HNIP envisions having a database of all HNIP alumni who are willing to act as mentors to current interns. When an intern accepts an internship, we want to be able to provide them with a contact person with whom they talk to regarding what to expect. Who better to do this than those who have gone through the program! Some interns may not want a “mentor”, but someone to contact whom they know has been through the experience of culture shock and dealing with roommates, and may just want some advice from time to time on how to handle certain situations. This process will occur before the start of every summer internship session.
Coordinate networking session, social events, and professional development workshops. If you belong to other professional associations and you have an event that is open to the public, please forward it to us and we'll be happy to share it with current Student Program participants. Please e-mail notices to email@example.com.
Many individuals involved are giving back to the community in many different ways. If you need more volunteers, why not recruit HACU interns or other alumni for community service projects. This will broaden their horizons even more.
Be part of the biggest event held throughout the internship session. Orientation is the one time when all interns are together. This two-day event presents interns with information regarding their housing arrangements, the pay process, as well as professional development workshops and topics current events. There are many ways alumni can take part in this event. Listed below are just a few of them.