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Member Events at CAP20

CAP20 is an opportunity for members to connect, network, and celebrate. Below are key events you should plan to attend.

Saturday, October 10

2020 Fall Residents Forum Meeting

The Residents Forum welcomes James Dahle, MD, Author of the White Coat Investor: A Doctor’s Guide to Personal Finance and Investing 

After a few unpleasant experiences, Dr. Dahle realized the subject of finance is sorely missing from physician training. He has been helping physicians avoid errors and get their financial lives in order since 2011 when he founded the White Coat Investor website.  His presentations focus on increasing financial literacy among physicians and has been featured in Forbes, The New York Times, U.S. News and CNN. 

Career-building Resources at the Residents Forum/New in Practice Lounge

Our networking events during CAP20 allow you to mix and mingle with CAP leadership pathology leaders, and potential employersConnect with former colleagues while broadening your circle with new friends and professional connections.    

  • Career Fair – Learn about current job openings from employers who are seeing candidates. Beer, wine, and light appetizers served.  
  • Career Tips and Tricks or CV Refinement Advice Sessions – Private sessions with a CAP librarians who will help refine your CV or attend a small group presentation about polishing your CV for interviewing to land that dream job  
  • Mock Interviews – Schedule a mock interview with pathology leaders who are in hiring positions.
  • VIP Networking Reception with CAP leadership – Meet Pathology VIPs in a relaxed setting while enjoying personal and professional networking opportunities. Beer and wine served.  

Fellowship Fair
Our Fellowship Fair is your opportunity to learn about top programs from across the country.   

Monday, October 12

Advocacy Town Hall

We want to hear from you. During our interactive town hall meeting, CAP Advocacy leaders will take your comments and questions on any pressing legislative and regulatory issues. Members are encouraged to discuss their experiences, concerns, and ideas about federal and state government legislation and regulation affecting their practices and laboratories.