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Pennsylvania Association of Genetic Counselors

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News & Announcements

Newsletter

 A new edition will be available in the coming months!

News

PAGC launched their new and improved website in March 2021!  

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About  PAGC

We are a 501 (c)(6) non-profit organization that supports the growing genetic counseling community in Pennsylvania. There are great opportunities on the horizon for those who would like to volunteer their time and experience to support the needs of genetic counselors in our state. Please explore our site to get to know us and visit our Membership Page for more information about how you can get involved.

 

Members- Head over to Member Center for updates! To renew your membership, please visit the Membership Renewal page.

View Our Executive Board at this page

PAGC Membership

PAGC was formed to promote genetics education, foster professional development,  encourage communication and facilitate access to services in the state of Pennsylvania. Professional membership, participation and support is crucial to our success!

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Benefits of Membership

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Access to Member Center with Exclusive PAGC Updates, News and Executive Board Announcements

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Opportunities to Chair or Join PAGC Committees, Task Forces and Other Volunteering Opportunities

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Participation and Voice in Shaping Your State GC Organization​ 

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Updates on Licensure Law and Renewal Requirements (Online Child Abuse Reporting Course)

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Addition to the Member Directory & Distribution List​​ 

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Notification about the PAGC Annual Spring Conference and Other Continuing Education Events

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Discounts on Registration Fees for Local Conferences and Events

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Contribution to the Advancement and Awareness of Genetic Counseling in PA

Featured Genetic Counseling Graduate Student

Here's your chance to meet Sarah Donoghue, second year genetic counseling graduate student at Arcadia University.  Sarah is the PAGC's featured student for Spring 2019.  Read below to learn about her and her path to becoming a genetic counselor.

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