2013 ADEA Dental School Virtual Fair


The American Dental Education Association (ADEA) will host its second annual Dental School Virtual Fair on April 23-24, 2013 from Noon – 8pm (Eastern time). The 2013 ADEA Dental School Virtual Fair is a two-day live recruitment event for prospective students interested in a dental career and offers students the opportunity to connect with dental school representatives and participate in live presentations with no travel and no fees.

This is a great opportunity for high school and college students looking to network and connect with dental schools. Whether students want to apply to dental school this year or in three years, the virtual fair will offer great information and advice from dental school representatives. The ADEA Dental School Virtual Fair allows students to connect with multiple dental schools in one place, exchange virtual business cards with representatives, chat in one-on-one sessions, learn from live presentations made by dental professionals and pick up brochures on admissions and curriculum.

The fair will host approximately 50 dental schools in a live, online exhibit hall environment and will contain multiple presentations on topics about dental school admissions.

Students and advisors are encouraged to register and attend. Please share this information with your students interested in dentistry.

Register today or for more information about the ADEA Dental School Virtual Fair visit www.godental.org.

Thank you,

Chonte James

Director of AADSAS

American Dental Education Association

The Voice of Dental Education

1400 K Street NW Suite 1100

Washington, DC 20005

Voice (202) 289-7201

Fax: (202) 289-7204



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