The College of Allied Health Sciences supports our students’ professional development and engagement by hosting several student organizations, including the ECU Society for Clinical Laboratory Science, the ECU Chapter of National Student Speech Language Hearing Association, Future Healthcare Managers of ECU, the Interprofessional Health Sciences Student Leadership Council (IHSSLC), the ECU Student Occupational Therapy Association, the ECU Physical Therapy Club, the ECU Physician Assistant Student Society, the ECU Student Addictions and Rehabilitation Association, and the Rho Omega Chapter of Chi Sigma Omega.
The College of Allied Health Sciences Student Leaders Council is comprised of two representatives from each degree-granting department. The Council representatives serve as liaisons between students in departments and the GA.
ECU Career Services is available to all students in the College of Allied Health Sciences to assist and guide them in their career quest. ECU Career Services helps students understand how to manage their careers and how to effectively market themselves in whatever endeavor they may choose. Services available to students include career exploration through assessments, resume, cover letter, personal statement and CV assistance, interview preparation, job and internship search strategies, networking with professionals, and workshops to develop professional skills. Patrick Roberts, the career liaison to the College of Allied Health, has over 8 years of experience in career counseling and development.
Career Services has two locations: Health Sciences Campus: 3508C Laupus Library and Main Office: 701 E. Fifth Street (corner of 5th and Jarvis). To schedule an appointment please call 252-328-6050. More information and resources are located at www.ecu.edu/career.