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    Student Leadership Opportunity

    The Texas Gulf Coast PA Association is introducing a new student leadership role.  We will be accepting applications for one Baylor and one UTMB student to join our administration. This leadership role will not only be an exciting opportunity to pursue professional development, but will also show the importance of getting involved in the PA profession outside of your didactic and clinical committments. This is an excellent stepping stone towards future leadership roles within this Association.

    Applications will be accepted beginning on September 1, 2017.  Deadline for applications is October 17, 2017.

    Criteria for consideration:

    1. Must be a member in good standing with TGCPAA.
    2. Ability to serve a 1 year term.
    3. Must be able to attend our regularly scheduled meetings the 3rd Tuesday of February, April, June, August, & October in addition to the annual meeting either the 1st or 2nd Tuesday in December.
    4. Involvement in the planning and execution of future conferences.
    5. Ability to attend our bi-yearly board meetings, usually July & January, however subject to change.
    6. Approval from UTMB/Baylor PA Program Director.  (see the program director statement link below, print and have your program director sign the document.) Scan and upload during the application process. 

    Application Process

    1. Please complete the application below for consideration for the TGCPAA student liaison position.
    2. You will be asked to upload your CV, a 300 word personal statement describing your background and interest in this position, and signature of approval from the Baylor/UTMB Program Director. 
    3. Please have all three documents ready when you begin the application.  

    The decision for student liaison will be determined by the TGCPAA Board of Directors. You will be notified by phone or email prior to the December meeting.  Deadline for applications is October 17, 2017.

    TGCPAA Student Liaison Application

    Program Director Statement