If you are an ASA member and a student or an emerging professional (recently graduated or new to the field), you can join this formal network and hear regularly from the STEP leaders through the AgeBlog, learn about the events held at the Aging in America Conference, discover how to get involved in ASA leadership by helping develop a pathway to leadership model, and participate in building an online discussion forum for STEP.
The STEP Group serves to advance the educational and professional development opportunities for students and early stage career professionals in aging by:
Wondering how to get involved? Here are some ways you can contribute, network and participate:
The Chicago Bridge (Chicago, IL)
GenPhilly (Philadelphia, PA)
Tomorrow’s Leaders in Aging (Washington, D.C.)
Boston Bridge (Boston, MA)
If you are an ASA member, click here to add the STEP Network to your profile.
If you are not an ASA member, click here to join.
For questions about Student and Emerging Professionals opportunities please contact STEP Chair, Gayle Shier at email@example.com.
There is limited space for additional proposals to present at the 2016 Aging in America Conference! Share your ideas, experience and passion!
Submit a proposal.
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