Are you a current PT or PTA student in New England?

Welcome to our student page where you can find information on important events and opportunities available for students. Check back frequently as more content will be coming shortly!

Learn more about ways to connect to your #PTFAM, grow your network, and get involved.

Quick Start Guide

The most common feedback we get from students is "where do I start?" Here are some easy ways to start to boost your APTAMA involvement level:

Upcoming Events

Keep a pulse on what's happening, and use your voice to shape the future of APTA.

New England Student Conclave - Join PT and PTA students throughout the New England region in this virtual conference on April 2nd and 3rd, 2021.


APTA ResourcesNew Engage

We've compiled a list of the most important resources available to students from APTA National. Please click below to learn more.

  • Early Career Starter Dues - New Graduates save 50% on membership dues if you are a member at graduation. Learn more about student membership.
  • Engage - "Opt In" to Engage to stay up to date on volunteer opportunities on a state and national level.
  • Student Involvement - information on advocacy, national opportunities, networking, and community service events
  • The Pulse - The blog and podcast for students, by students. Here are a list of the top nine resources from The Pulse to get you started!

NPTE and Early Career Resources



Mentoring Information

Our Early Professional SIG runs a state-wide mentorship program that has cycles beginning every six months. This program is more directed towards Early Professionals, but students may submit an application. Click here for more information.

Mentorship Opportunities are also available from National Sections and Academies based on your clinical interest. Visit the individual websites of these Sections and Academies for more information.


Community Service Opportunities

For full listings, please refer to APTA Engage.

Volunteering with APTA Massachusetts

We are always looking for students to get more involved with APTAMA. Here are some ways to do so: