Calendar

August - APA Convention, Board Meetings, Board Elections, Annual Council Business Meeting.

September 15
- Chair notifies appropriate organizations of new Board officers, writes appropriate thank you letters, and presides over the transition of the new Board and its officers.

September/October
- Treasurer sends out dues notices.

October
- Secretary completes the minutes of the Board and Council meetings held at the convention and sends them to the chair who includes them in fall mailing.

October/November
- APA Education and Training Board Meeting. Depending on the agenda, CCPTP might want to send a funded observer.

December 1
- Chair designates Board member to solicit input from members to update material in the Manual. Suggested changes need to be received in time to have the new version ready for the mid-year meeting.

January/February
- Division 17 mid-year Executive Committee meeting and APA Council of Representatives meeting, both Washington, D.C. Chair writes to the Board and membership concerning the CCPTP mid-year meeting and solicits agenda suggestions. APA sends the chair a request for meeting rooms at the upcoming convention (date deadline for return specified by APA). Chair needs to make arrangements for CCPTP mid-year meeting.

February /March
- Winter meeting of the Board. Recommendations for nominations for APA Boards and Committees need to be decided, as well as the Board's nominations for new Board members.

March 1-15
- Requests for Board nominations are sent to the membership

April
- APA Education and Training Board meeting in Washington, D.C. Depending on the agenda, Council might want to send a funded representative.

April 10
- Deadline for receipt of Board nominations.

April 15 - May 1
- Ballots for Board elections are sent to the membership.

May 15 - June 1
- Election ballots counted.

June 15
- Chair notifies nominees of election results.

July
- Summer mailing to Board and Membership: Announcements about meetings at APA convention and a call for agenda items are included.