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IMIG Update: Get involved with your local ACP Chapter

One way to help strengthen your IMIG club is by getting in touch with your local ACP chapter and your Council of Student Members (CSM) Representative.

Each chapter functions a little differently, but many chapters offer programs and activities such as meetings and networking opportunities, community-based teaching programs, and public policy initiatives. Your chapter may be able to aid you in planning activities or finding speakers for events.

Reach out to your chapter today and see what kind of interesting activities you may be able to coordinate for your IMIG this year.

If you have any questions about getting in touch with your local ACP Chapter, contact ACP at imig@acponline.org.

Back to July 2013 Issue of IMpact

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