HAHIMA membership can assist you along your career path in the HIM field. Whether you are starting to explore career options in the field of HIM, seeking opportunities to connect with other students and professionals, or continuing development of knowledge or increasing your skill set, let HAHIMA be a part of your career development.
“HAHIMA has been an excellent opportunity to develop leadership skills and begin networking within the industry. I have learned valuable information about my upcoming career and what I will need to succeed. The relationships I developed through this group have improved my educational experience and I know they will be beneficial throughout my career.”
-April Alderete, San Jacinto College
“When I attended the last meeting before the pandemic, I was able to meet recent graduates that are in the field and gave me a few tips. The speakers gave great information and for being my first time attending I was excited to get all the information. I was able to see the recipients for the scholarship as well!”
-Nina Sanchez, San Jacinto College
“HAHIMA in my opinion is good for a student and professional. I wish I would have leaned on them more…using resources like these help during our educational and professional life. The board of directors are assets to HAHIMA members. They put on quarterly meetings to not only keep us informed but give us the opportunity to capture continuing education credits to keep up our credentials. It’s also a time when professionals in the workforce are able to engage with future professionals (students). No matter where you are in your journey being a member and sitting in on these meetings can benefit one. At most of the meetings there is employment recruiting companies to educational institutions. As a student you get hands on experience working besides the experienced HAHIMA board members to help you on your journey to be the best you can be in our health profession.”
-Jennifer Sheffield, Parker University
“I recently joined HAHIMA and am very excited about the opportunities it presents. I look forward to the possibilities of career development, continuing education, volunteering, and connecting with the HIM community”.
-Stacey Tucker-Straw, Lone Star College – North Harris