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CASPA 2015-2016 is coming soon! Are you prepared to apply? The CASPA application will be launching on a new platform on April 22, 2015. Make sure to join the weekly PA chat sessions for a demonstration of the new application platform and Q&A sessions with me, the Physician Assistant Education Association's Director of Applicant & Student Services - CASPA Manager. The sessions for February are below, March will be scheduled soon. 

 

February schedule

  • February 5: 6-7:30pm ET
  • February 9: 5-6:30pm ET
  • February 16: 5-6:30pm ET
  • February 19: 6-7:30pm ET
  • February 23: 5-6:30pm ET
  • February 26: 6-7:30pm ET

How It Works

Attend any scheduled session without registering multiple times. Complete one registration at http://bit.ly/CareerEcoRegistration by clicking on 'Register as a Student/Alumna', add the sessions you wish to attend to your calendar, and login to join! Email questions directly to Danielle Di Silvestro at danielle@PAEAonline.org. 

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