Success in today's changing job market requires expansion of networks and relationships. Becoming involved with professional organizations is a great way to do this. This is especially true for early careerists getting established in the industry. This panel discussion will provide insights on how four HIMSS Scholarship winners leveraged their success to expand their career, involvement and perspectives in the industry.
- Define the career growth benefits from involvement in professional organizations
- Examine how receiving a HIMSS scholarship has improved job opportunities after school
- Discover how the panelists expanded their knowledge of the variety of career opportunities available in the health IT industry
Amar Gandhi, George Mason University, Health Informatics Student, HIMSS Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship HIMSS20 recipient
Jasmine Perkins,Texas Woman’s University, Masters Student, Chamberlain University, Student Learning Specialist, BSN, RN, CMSRN, Richard P. Covert Scholarship HIMSS20 recipient
Lu Zheng, Arizona State University, Steve Lieber Innovator Scholarship HIMSS20 recipient
Lauren E. Snyder, MPH, PhD student, Biomedical and Health Informatics NLM Predoctoral Trainee, University of Washington, Steve Lieber Innovation Scholarship HIMSS19 recipient
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Originally published 31 May 2020