The Public Health Association at Montclair (PHAM) is an undergraduate, student-led organization that seeks to support the professional development of its members, promote public health advocacy, and encourage social justice change in order to ultimately improve the health and wellness of Montclair State University’s campus and its surrounding communities. Through involvement in PHAM, members will gain a stronger sense of community and access to networks on and off-campus. Its members share a passionate commitment to social justice, eliminating health disparities for the mental, social, and physical well-being of MSU’s student body. PHAM is recognized as a student organization affiliate of the New Jersey Public Health Association.
The Rowan University Public Health Club, an Official New Jersey Public Health Association Chapter founded in the Spring of 2018, has worked towards the goal of gaining interest in the field of public health for students both professionally and personally with the hopes of increasing the overall health of the campus and encouraging students to discover how they can apply various majors toward a greater good. Over the years, this has been achieved through educational events, speakers, and community involvement.
The New Jersey Public Health Association – Rutgers Student Chapter (NJPHA - RSC) seeks to advance and support the cause of public health within the Rutgers community and throughout New Jersey. NJPHA - RSC hosts lectures, seminars, and panel discussions to educate students and create a bridge to public health professionals, and offer mentorship, internship, and networking opportunities with the NJPHA professional network.