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Student Recruitment Update

March 14, 2022

2020 Step Into Podiatry logo

Student recruitment was one of the many topics addressed at the 2022 House of Delegates meeting. APMA Associate Director of Young Physicians and Students Tiffany Kildale updated delegates on the more than 18 million prospective students reached through the Step Into Podiatry campaign and the long-term implications of the campaign for applications.

The American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery and the American Board of Podiatric Medicine were celebrated for their unwavering support of the Step Into Podiatry campaign. Component organizations contributed funding to support the continuation of APMA’s student recruitment initiative, which ABPM and ABFAS met with matching grants of $25K each, in addition to the $25K each organization already contributed this year. To learn more about how you can get involved in student recruitment, visit www.apma.org/recruitmenttoolkit.  

Student Recruitment Funding Pledges from HOD

Federal Services Podiatric Medical Association: $500

Florida Podiatric Medical Association: $2,500

Illinois Podiatric Medical Association: $1,000

Kansas Podiatric Medical Association: $500

Maine Podiatric Medical Association: $1,000

Michigan Podiatric Medical Association: $1,000

New Jersey Podiatric Medical Society: $500

North Carolina Foot & Ankle Society: $1,000

Pennsylvania Podiatric Medical Association: $2,000

David Schweibish, DPM: $500

South Carolina Podiatric Medical Association: $1,000

Holly Spohn-Gross, DPM, in honor of Carolyn McAloon, DPM: $500

Texas Podiatric Medical Association: $2,000

Utah Podiatric Medical Association: $500

Wisconsin Podiatric Medical Association: $500


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