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#‎PAstudents‬- do you have a story to share about your plans after graduation from PA school? If so, we want to hear about it! 

My Plans After Graduation: The flexibility of the PA profession allows us all to practice medicine in various specialties, subspecialties, primary care, population health, public policy, internationally, and beyond. Do you have any extraordinary plans after PA school? Planning to work or volunteer abroad? Working for the Peace Corps? Applying for postgraduate fellowships, residencies, or other post-graduate training? First Rounds - PA Professional's student news section - is looking for stories about unique opportunities after PA school. Tell us how your plans after PA school are unique. We ask that articles be no longer than 600 words and written in a conversational manner.

Email your article to us at FirstRoundsSubmission@gmail.com by July 20, 2016 for the September issue of First Rounds in American Academy of PAs!

 

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