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Pastoral Care Specialist

PASTORAL CARE SPECIALIST
                                                                            

APPLICATION MATERIALS AND PROCESS

Enclosed are materials for making application for new individual membership or change of category.

These include the following:

  • Application Form
  • AAPC Code of Ethics
  • List of Processing Fees

 

  • It is important that you read the entire application and accompanying materials before beginning completion of the application form. Carefully follow the instructions contained in the application form.
  • If you have questions, concerning the completion of the application and/or required documentation, contact the Association Office.
  •  Mail ONE collated, unstapled copy of the completed application, INCLUDING
  • ALL SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION, along with the appropriate Processing Fee, to
    the Association Office at the address on this letterhead. Make an additional
    copy of the application for your records. Faxed applications will not be accepted.
    NOTE: The Association Office assumes no responsibility for collecting or copying application materials.
  •  Membership applications will be reviewed upon receipt in the Association Office provided they are complete, including all supporting documentation. Applicants will be notified if documentation is missing. Applications incomplete after six months will be closed.
  • Applicants will be notified as soon as a decision has been reached on the application.

 
PROCESSING FEES:
    

  • Processing fees are listed on an enclosure to this packet and must accompany the application.   NOTE: Processing fees are not refundable. Include only the processing fee with your application.

 

ATTENTION:    HAVE YOU . . . .

  1. CHECKED THIS APPLICATION TO INSURE ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION HAS BEEN INCLUDED?
  2. PREPARED ONE SET (collated, no staples) OF THE APPLICATION AND ALL   DOCUMENTATION? (Made a second copy to keep for your records.)

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