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Chat with PA Students, PA admissions faculty, and more during the PAEA weekly virtual chat sessions!

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Every week, the Physician Assistant Education Association hosts chat sessions for students, pre-PA applicants, current applicants, advisors, parents, and more...anyone is welcome to attend these session.


No need to register for individual sessions - you only have to register once and login to any scheduled chat session.


In September, you can join general PA profession chat sessions, talk with current PA students, and a program director on ways to enhance your application profile.


If nothing else, join to connect to the conversations and see what's happening in the PA community.


To register: http://bit.ly/1lW76E8 and click on ' Register as a Student/Alumnus'


With questions, contact Danielle Di Silvestro at danielle@PAEAonline.org.


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