What is Human Development Club?
The Human Development Club’s primary goal is to present club members with the opportunity to experience and serve in various fields related to the Human Development major including volunteer opportunities, club, and non-profit partnership fundraising, and unilateral events with other CSUSM clubs.
Meet our HD Club Officers:
Riley Bender, President
Fernanda Parra, Public Relations
Monserrat Fajard, Treasurer
Andrea Parra, Fundraiser
Linda Leon, Vice President
Beverly Lemus, Secretary
The first HD Club meeting of the spring semester will be next Thursday, February 1 at 12pm (U-hour) in University Hall 237. The first meeting is an introductory meeting and officers will be covering details about HD club events and membership. The HD Club offers students a wonderful opportunity to connect with fellow students and build community within HD. The faculty is welcome to attend meetings and I hope you will. Pizza or some other type of food is usually provided for students (and faculty) who attend.
Upcoming Spring 2018 Semester Schedule:
Student Org. Fair:
Tuesday, Jan 30th 11am -12pm USU Ballroom. Learn about the various student organizations CSUSM has to offer. The HD Club will have a booth at this event.
Thursday HD Club Meetings:
Meetings are the First and Third Thursdays of the Month
- Feb 1
- Feb 15-Andrea Cason, the volunteer, and Education Coordinator for the Women’s Resource Center will be the speaker
- Mar 1- Dr. Russ Neuhart will be speaking on his experience as a therapist
- Mar 15- Halima Martelli from North County Lifeline will be the speaker
- Mar 29
- April 12- Carole Crocco, a children’s music teacher, will be speaking on her experience and expertise working with children and music
- April 19- Club event, Coffee Hour at the Office of Global Education in Tukwut Plaza 12pm -1pm. Meet and mingle with international students on campus. Coffee and snacks provided
- April 26
- May 10 final HD Club meeting -Graduation celebration and cord distribution
“We are committed to making a practical difference in the community through hands-on involvement.” — HD Club Members
–Membership is open to all currently enrolled students and Alumni. A membership form and membership dues must be paid before the accumulation of points towards a chord will be counted. Click HERE to access the membership form.
–In order to be eligible for graduation cords members must have 10 points.
- 2 points from volunteering
- 2 points from fundraisers
- Students must also be enrolled for 2 semesters