Shari L. Goldberg
Director, Public Health Program
Contribute to public wellness by taking advantage of opportunities outside of the classroom that can help you build knowledge, increase confidence, develop leadership skills and boost your resume.
Join fellow students, faculty and staff in locations across the U.S. to provide relief and assistance to those affected by natural disasters
Connect with students who appreciate the wonder, splendor and intricacies of the biological sciences — from the simplicity of a spider's web to the complexity of the human body. Discuss local and global issues, explore the natural world and participate in community service projects.
Give back and make a difference through volunteer opportunities that enhance your academic experience. Participate in food, toy and coat drives, as well as local service projects in public schools, the arts, pediatric and elder care, anti-hunger, historic preservation, and sustainability and the environment. The Community Service Club has partnered with major nonprofit organizations including American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Habitat for Humanity and the Special Olympics New Hampshire.
Become a confident, aware and engaged student leader. Develop your potential through workshops and experiential learning opportunities focused on personal development, team building, leadership skills and community development.
Join students from across disciplines who are interested in pursuing careers in the health care industry. Participate in pre-professional networking and volunteer events that inform, guide, educate, assist and support your career goals.
Gain emergency response education and skills through Colby-Sawyer’s affiliation with the Medical Reserve Corps, a national network of volunteers dedicated to public health, while serving the community though activities that promote and protect health and well-being.