The Student Collaborative for Impact Leadership (SCIL) - formerly the Center for Health Leadership Association (CHLA) - provides members with fun, unique, and collaborative opportunities to enhance leadership and management skills by planning and executing committee projects. All SCIL members are active in at least one committee through the school year, and SCIL Board Members also serve as project managers for their respective committees.
Register now for the SCIL's fifth annual conference: StoryCon 2017: The Policy Puzzle! Learn more here - it's coming up soon on Tuesday, March 7, 2017!
Leadership-in-Action Grants Committee
The Leadership-in-Action Grants are a unique way to provide students with up to $500 in funding to accomplish small-scale projects or events that aim to improve the health of their peers, the greater UCB community, or local East Bay community. Serving on the Leadership-In-Action Grants committee can be a great way to enhance leadership skills and learn the grant and funding process. Committee members will publicize the program; facilitate information sessions; review and select applications; monitor progress and review grant reports; and coordinate the Leadership-In-Action Grants Symposium at the end of the year to showcase grantee project presentations. Committee members will publicize the program; facilitate information sessions; review and select applications. Learn more here.
Networking and Events Committee
The Networking and Events committee works to create a sense of community among public health graduate students through scheduled events allowing for interdisciplinary networking, as well as facilitating relationships with alumni and public health professionals. Committee members work to plan and coordinate social events and reach out to graduate students and alumni for participation. Recent events have included student and alumni happy hours, professional development trainings for SCIL members, a Shadow Day connecting students to alumni and their current careers, as well as the Annual De-Stress Fest at the end of the spring semester. Learn more here.