Congrats to these Student Members who advanced from Student to AS 1!
Jia Yu Li
Congrats to these Student Members who advanced from AS 1 to AS2!
Karla Fonseca is serving as Student Director on the CDAA Board of Directors. Her role is to represent Student Members, bringing the voice of students, recent graduates and emerging assistants to the Board. Read about her here . .
Karla Fonseca, RDA
CDAA Student Director
After working as a dental assistant for a year, I began to wonder which traits make a dental assistant a valuable asset in the practice and not just another one of the thousand that are competing for a job. Talking to my bosses and coworkers, I came to the following conclusions:
When working in a dental office, it is very important to . . .
So do not forget if you want to be the dental assistant that stands out amongst the multitudes, you need to be . . . read more
CDAA will be at CDA Presents with Recognition for Students!
Once again, we will be in San Francisco – hosting a special event for all dental assisting students. Stop by our booth #1438 for your special thank you gift . . . read more . . .
CDAA Honors Students in Anaheim
Hey, did you come by our booth? If you did….thanks a million…or at least a few hundred! That was how many stopped by…well over 200!We had an amazing time. Once again, our photo booth was a great success with . . . We had 139 students come by to pick up their ‘thank you’ gift of a special tooth keychain. read more . . .
Student Table Clinics
Each year, the California Dental Association sponsors a Table Clinic Competition for dental and dental assisting students. RDA Students present their table clinics to a panel of judges, followed by a presentation to the dental community during
the open CE. Cash prizes are awarded to the top three winners.
Table clinics for RDA Students were held during the CDA Presents Anaheim on Friday, May 3. Congratulations to all participants! And the winner is . . . for
their presentation on Dental Unit Waterlines – Shawnee Lopez, Pam Cabello and Erlinda Benavidez from Citrus College RDA Program.
Student Chapters (SADAA)
Students of American Dental Assistants Association are chapters or clubs set up at dental assisting programs around the country. Their purpose is to provide support, encouragement, education and leadership opportunities to ADAA student members during their time in school. To organize a chapter, click here.
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Become a Volunteer Leader
Taking a leadership position is a great way to influence the future of your profession and can be the start of an exciting journey that takes you to new heights of achievement.
Becoming a leader has many benefits:
- Learn leadership and organizational skills
- Have the chance for your voice to be heard
- Increase your knowledge of our profession
- Work with some of the best and brightest in dentistry
ADAA Student Trustee
Each year, a Student Trustee is appointed to the ADAA Board of Trustees. Eligibility includes being an ADAA Student member who has graduated from or who will graduate from a dental assisting program within 12 months of the application deadline date (June 30). To apply, click here:
ADAA Council on Student Relations
This Council of the ADAA serves to promote and enhance all aspects of services to the student membership. Each member is appointed for a two-year term. To apply click here:
For more information about ADAA and Students, click here: