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The American Association of Surgical PAs will offer a meeting designed for those interested in or actively apply to PA School. This seminar will include amazing insights on the profession, training, future as well as interview tips and a chance for one-on-one time with PAs who work on admissions committees. Bring a draft of your essay for review! 

AASPA is proud to be one of the first professional PA organizations to host a seminar specifically tailored to helping people realize their dreams of becoming a Physician Assistant. You will spend two hours with thought leaders in the PA profession learning specific information to strengthen your PA application and interview. We know what admission committees want to hear! 

You will meet PAs who are serving or who have served on PA Program admission committees from a variety of different programs. 

Attending an AASPA Pre-PA meeting looks amazing on a CASPA application, or drop a line during your interview. You will receive a great certificate to add to caspa or add to your application file! 

Here is the info: 
Date: Friday January 23, 2014, Time: 5:30pm – 8:30pm.

Location: 

Sheraton Suites Orlano AIrport hotel.

FREE SHUTTLE FROM THE AIRPORT: http://www.starwoodh...propertyID=1317

ORLANDO,FL 

ROOMS ARE AVAILABLE

 


Registration link: 

https://aaspa.com/forms/cme-prepa.asp?navid=5&loc=fl



This amazing seminar will include:
-Overview of the PA Profession
-PA Profession news that all applicants need to know 
-Essentials of Academic prerequisites
-Health care/patient care prerequisites 
-How to deal with CASPA 
-PA-wanna-be essays
-How to stand out as an applicant
-One on one and group Q & A session
-and much more! 

Attending this seminar you will receive:
Unique certificate of attendance suitable for listing on PA applications
Copies of all PowerPoint slides and lecture materials
One on one opportunities to speak with PAs serving on admission committees 

Unique tips, tricks, and advice you can't get from a book or a website. 

COST: $100 tuition (tax-deductable!)

Discounts available for groups of 10 or more, email ceo@aaspa.com for info

AASPA Pre-PA FLyer.pdf

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