Each year HCE produces College Bowl, a Jeopardy-like program, in which Graduate students from the various programs in the Southern California area compete. As you will see, HCE provides various networking and educational opportunities for future health care leaders. Use the links on the left to learn more.
This section also provides more information on how to attain the prestigious Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) credential.
ACHE Advancement to Fellow
Below are links to the various undergraduate and graduate programs in Health Administration throughout the Southern California area:
- California State University – Long Beach
- California State University – Los Angeles
- California State University – Northridge
- California State University – San Bernardino
- Concordia University – Irvine
- Loma Linda University
- University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA)
- University of San Francisco – Orange County
- University of Southern California (USC)
- University of California – Irvine (UCI)
ACHE SoCal Student Scholarship
Lifting, Inspiring, Fostering, and Transforming Future Healthcare Leaders
The ACHE of Southern California Student Scholarship is intended to support undergraduate and graduate students with exceptional talent and leadership who are seeking a future career in healthcare administration. The chapter will award $5,000 scholarships to two students in October of 2023. Academic scholarships will be awarded on an annual basis to students pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in health administration or public health (i.e., BS, BA, MHA, MPH, DrPH, PhD).
Student Scholarship Application
The ACHE of Southern California Student Scholarship is intended to support undergraduate and graduate students with exceptional talent and leadership who are seeking a future career in healthcare administration. Academic scholarships will be awarded on an annual basis to students pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in health administration or public health (i.e., BS, BA, MHA, MPH, DrPH, PhD). Applicants must be enrolled at least half time in an undergraduate or graduate degree program within the past six (6) months.
Selection is determined through a committee process and is based upon the applicant meeting eligibility criteria, completion of the application documents, and available funds. Scholarships are awarded based on dollars available in the scholarship fund and the number of individuals who have applied.
- Will be required to provide an impact summary of the scholarship on their academic and professional endeavors one-year post-award.
- Are not a previous recipient of this scholarship.
Scholarship Application Timeline
- July 1: Scholarship Opens
- September 15: Receipt of Scholarship Materials Deadline
- October 15: Award Winner Announced
- November 10: ACHE of SoCal Annual Conference and Scholarship Award Presentation
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