Clubs and Organizations
As a pre-law or pre-health student, there are many clubs that can help you learn more about your dream profession, to get you involved on campus and in the community, and to help you network with your peers with similar interests! There are many more clubs at UHM than the ones provided below. For more clubs, please visit UHM’s Student Life and Development.
Manoa Pre-Law Association
“The Manoa Pre-Law Association is excited to start the new semester and hopefully make it a memorable one for you.
We look forward to the opportunity to get to know you and hope that you will take the opportunity to learn more about us. Our objectives this semester is to provide our members with the knowledge of the legal profession and the law school application process. We have been working hard to prepare for this semester, and we encourage you to take full advantage of the opportunities that MPLA has to offer. Even if you’re undecided about going into law, by becoming an active member of MPLA you will be making a very good investment towards your future.
In the past, we have provided a variety of activities, including education workshops, organizational tours, various community service events, major-specific internship opportunities, and social gathering events. MPLA has always strived to improve by introducing new activities and new programs for our members.” – quoted from MPLA’s flier
Website: MPLA Facebook Page
AECT – Hawaii at Manoa
The AECT-HI Chapter is organized to provide a campus-based focal point for individual technology in training and education in associated with the University of Hawaii at Manoa Department Technology (ETEC). The purpose of the chapter is to provide professional development activities, lead and social interaction for its members. The mission of AECT-HI is to build a network among ETEC students and alumni.
American Library Association Student Chapter
Our student chapter is committed to celebrating and promoting the library and information science profession. Our members plan events and activities that encourage professional development, service to the library community, fundraising, socializing and networking.
American Marketing Association
We strive to life our members to newer heights by providing them with opportunities to better understand the field of marketing and to prepare them for a smooth transition into a professional setting.
Bachelor of Social Work Organization (BSWO)
To encourage students within the School of Social Work to become more involved with campus activities, programs, and learning opportunities.
Business Career Development Club
To advance the education and career goals of students in the field of finance, from banking and asset management to hedge funds, private equity inviting and/or support services for finance such as accounting, law, economic and industry research, management/strategic consulting using a mentor-protege approach.
Segundo-Justin K. Scarce IV
*For other Student Organizations and the most up to date contact information, see the Student Life and Development page at: http://www.manoa.hawaii.edu/studentlife/studentorg/