BSN student, Manuel De La Cruz, discusses how giving back through community service has helped to enrich his experience at AUHS.
AUHS regularly provides support to the community via food drives, health screenings and other events designed to provide needed services to the disenfranchised. The health services events provide critical care to the surrounding community, and aid in the development of the students’ professional confidence and acumen within the healthcare field. AUHS students’ participation in these philanthropic events aids in the development of their awareness of the populations they are training to serve. Academic excellence is enhanced by this holistic approach to training and values based personal development.
All AUHS students are required to participate in a certain hours of community services in order to graduate.
Maria Flerida Maloles
Maria Flerida Maloles’ dual roles at AUHS include director of marketing and publications and the University Liaison Officer. Within these roles, Ms. Maloles thrives on challenges, particularly those that expand the university’s reach. Joining the University in 2013, Ms. Maloles brings with her more than 20 years of experience in leadership and management support, 5 years of experience in accounting, and more than 15 years of experience in marketing and graphic arts design in experiences. Ms. Maloles earned her Master’s degree in Business Administration from DeVry/Keller Graduate School of Management in California, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in the Philippines. She is currently pursuing her PhD degree in Business with concentration in Organizational Leadership at Northcentral University.