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PA Students from Midwestern University pose at the National Medical Challenge Bowl at the 2015 AAPA Conference in San Francisco, CA.

Looking to get involved in PA student activities or start some of your own? This section provides information that will help your student society or PA program get involved!

What is a Student Society?

Getting involved

  1. Project Access (Website: The toolkit is now available on the PAEA site: Project Access Toolkit)
  2. Fundraising Bake sales, Local Rotary clubs, Grants, etc. Pick a cause and make a difference.
  3. Annual events  for PA week, AAPA conference, AAPA’s CORE, holidays (clothing drives, adopt a family for Christmas) Please refer to the AOR resource guide – Request this guide from: Students@AAPA.org
  4. PA = Party Animal. Social events and bonding outside the classroom (Pot lucks, class movie nights, Secret Santa, etc.)
  5. State Constituent Organization’s events (search your SCO’s Event Calendar)
  6. National Work Groups/Task Forces with the Student Academy of the American Academy of PAs (SAAAPA) – Contact your SAAAPA leaders, who are students just like you!
Assembly of Representatives students vote on proposed resolutions at the 2014 AOR meeting in Boston, Mass.

Assembly of Representatives students vote on proposed resolutions at the 2014 AOR meeting in Boston, Mass.

Awards for PA Students and Programs

SAAAPA Awards Page. Nominate someone you know for a prestigious, nationally recognized award through the AAPA, PA Foundation, or PAEA.

What Are Other Programs Doing?

Write to Get Involved

Program “Yellow Pages”

 

Student Mentorship Programs