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Entries in Membership (65)

Friday
Dec072012

MENTOR RECEPTION

We had a great turnout for this years’ annual Mentor Reception which was held in association with the UW Dental Alumni group and sponsored by WDIA and ASDA. The Mentor Reception is held to provide students and their mentors a chance to meet face-to-face as busy schedules often only allow for phone calls or emails to be exchanged.

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Monday
Nov122012

2013 Dues statements mailing this week; pay online today!

 Last November, we rolled out two programs aimed at making our members' lives a little easier — online dues payment, and a 12-month payment option. Paying your annual dues online is fast, easy and secure, and saves you time — there’s nothing to mail. The 12-month payment option makes membership easier on the wallet by allowing you to pay for your WSDA membership over the course of the year. 

Getting started is easy
Follow the Q&A below to pay online or enroll in the 12-month payment plan. Paper invoices should be arriving later this week, or early next week — If you still have not received your bill after the Thanksgiving holiday, please contact Laura Rohlman at laura@wsda.org, or (206) 973-5218.

Q: How do I pay my dues online?
A: Visit www.wsdasource.org and click on "Pay Dues Now".

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Tuesday
Oct232012

Save the Date for the WSDA's Mentor Reception

Save the date for our Mentor Reception on Thursday, November 29th from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Burke Museum located on the University of Washington’s campus.

This year we have gone back to the drawing board in a sense. We are reimagining and rejuvenating the mentor program so both you, as mentors, and the students, can truly experience all of the program's benefits… starting with Mentor Reception.

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Thursday
Oct182012

LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE: Working today to foster the leaders of tomorrow

Your voices, ideas, and passion for dentistry are needed! Challenges from powerful, well-financed forces including insurance giants and national non-profit organizations continue to vex organized dentistry in Washington state. This year, with midlevel legislation coming to the fore, delegates at the 2012 House worked tirelessly to hammer out a proposal that left dentists in control. Still, there is much work to be done. 

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