Can’t find a club you’re interested in joining? How about starting your own?

Starting a new club can seem like a daunting task for some. We asked a newly formed student organization, Transfer Student Association, about their insightful experience from this past year. Transfer Student Association was established last fall by two transfer students, Sam Smith (pictured above right) and Giovanni Duenas (pictured above left), to solve a…

Creating Organizational Vision

Do you have a vision? Take a minute to think about how you got home from school/work yesterday. Did you ride your bike? Carpool? Walk? Drive solo? What route did you take? How did you decide that was the best route? Did you follow the route your GPS told you to? Use the same route…

Michael Nishimura

Meet student leader Michael Nishimura, president of the Water Treatment Team (WTT) and the Engineering and Computer Science Joint Council (ECSJC). With WTT, Michael facilitates meetings, lab testing, and coordinates fiscal responsibilities. In ECSJC, he manages operations of collaborative engineering projects along with his fellow student board officers. In between school and campus involvement, Michael…

Delegation 101 for Student Leaders

Have you ever felt overwhelmed with all of your responsibilities as a club leader? Do you find that everyone relies on you to get everything done? Are you wearing too many hats in your organization? Have you ever wondered how to influence other officers and members to contribute more consistently? If you answered yes to…

Lisa Nguyen

Meet Lisa Nguyen who just graduated last semester and is now a Hornet Alumni! She majored in Business Administration, Management Information System. In this feature, Lisa highlights her leadership journey through her experience with the Leadership Initiative. (Lisa at Sac State campus; March 2017) Three words that describe you: Shy, Humble and Open. Tell us…

Kendle Bullman

Meet student leader Kendle Brielle Bullman, majoring in Speech Pathology and Audiology, more recently known as Communication Sciences and Disorders. She served as past president of Phi Sigma Sigma and currently holds positions as Special Events Chair, Secretary of the Order of Omega Honors Society, and a mentor for National Student Speech Language Hearing Association…

Empowering young women in the STEM field!

In celebration of Women’s History Month, Society of Women Engineers (SWE) exemplified what it means to empower women on campus and at local high schools to pursue a career in the STEM field.  In their student organization, they offer opportunities to help their members take the next steps in advancing their academic and professional career…

Janay Ezekwe

Meet student leader, Janay Ezekwe, currently in her fourth year studying Biological Sciences with a Biomedical concentration. You can find Janay at the Peer & Academic Resource Center as a tutor, as well as the Martin Luther King Jr. Center as a student coordinator. She has also held student leader roles as activities coordinator for…

Hmong Health Alliance Brings Health Fair to Life!

Getting into medical school is not an easy process. It’s competitive and applicants must have an exceptional academic record to be considered.  To help future health professionals gain experience outside of the classrooms and guide them through this journey, Hmong Health Alliance (HHA) was established in 2011 to stitch these gaps together.  Billy Vang, HHA’s…

What Is Your True Color?

Have you ever wondered about your own personality style? Are there people in your life you would like to get along or understand better? Would you like to find out more about how others may see you? Have you ever felt like you heard but maybe not understood? If these questions resonate with you, The…