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  • 1.APA Policy Fellowships & Internships
    The APA Congressional Fellowship Program, now in its 31st year, offers members the opportunity to spend one year as a special assistant with a member of Congress or congressional committee on Capitol Hill.
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  • 2.Social Class Curricula: Legislative Guide
    Resources and ideas for psychology instructors on integrating public policy related to socioeconomic status into the psychology curriculum.
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  • 3.Public Policy Advocacy Network
    PPAN provides updates and action alerts to help provide you with the information you need to be an effective advocate for psychology.
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  • 4.Spend a Year Working on Policy in D.C.
    APA fellowships offer psychologists the chance to apply their skills in government.
    Web Page (October 2013)
  • 5.APA Initiatives on Immigration and Related Issues: Over a Decade of Education, Outreach, and Advocacy
    Over the last decade, APA has engaged in education, outreach and advocacy on behalf of immigrants.
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  • 6.APA Advocacy
    APA advocacy is guided by the philosophy that public policy should be based on available scientific knowledge, and that psychological research can contribute to the formulation of sound public policy to address specific social problems and improve human welfare.
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  • 7.Advocacy Tips
    Information on how to contact members of Congress and how to plan for a visit to Capitol Hill.
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  • 8.Division Officers Handbook
    Resource book for division officers, covering eligibility, structure and function, governance, funds, fellows, allocation of convention time, printing and mailing, and publications and communications.
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  • 9.OEMA Convention Activities
    APA President Melba J. T. Vasquez, PhD introduced Congresswoman Grace Napolitano, featured keynote speaker at the 19th Annual Invitational Breakfast. The theme 'Psychology and Racial/Ethnic Mental Health Disparities: Engaging the Public Policy Debate' focused on congressional efforts.
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  • 10.Get Involved in Practice Advocacy
    Supporting congressional candidates with APAPO PAC donations and building relationships with key members of Congress who will help psychology deal with cuts in reimbursement rates and challenges to psychologistsÂ’ scope of practice.
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