Helping You

Get Into PA School

Hi! I'm Michele Neskey - The Posh PA.

Counseling Pre-Physician Assistants & Physician Assistant Students
to get into and survive PA School

Helping You

Get Into PA School

Hi! I'm Michele Neskey - The Posh PA. Counseling Pre-Physician Assistants & Physician Assistant Students to get into and survive PA School

If you're not sure about, or need help with:

  • Applying to PA School
  • Mock Interviews
  • Personal Statement & CV/Resume Reviews
  • The Graduation Process

I'm here to help with anything you need on the road to becoming a Physician Assistant!

Because with help, everything is "figureoutable".

Michele Neskey

let's work together

to get you into PA school
and survive it

I'm a PA, Mom and Health Coach - so I get it!

I'm on a mission to help you while you're on the road to PA school and to keep you healthy while doing it.  Get in touch and I'll help you figure this thing out!

Michele Neskey Posh PA

let's work together

to get you into PA school
and survive it

I'm a PA, Mom and Health Coach - so I get it!

I'm on a mission to help you while you're on the road to PA school and to keep you healthy while doing it.  Get in touch and I'll help you figure this thing out!

things to know about

a Physician Assistant's Life

Tips for CASPA

It is the moment you have been working towards for what feels like an eternity…CASPA is OPEN and its time to apply to PA school! Suddenly, all of the anticipation has become a reality and you fight the urge to freak out.  Whether you are a first-timer or re-applicant, the process can be overwhelming, which may result in mistakes…

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Prepping for your PA School Application

It was not until a few years after I graduated college that I decided to become a Physician Assistant & just like anyone else, it was hard to get in so I am here to tell you how I rocked my PA school application in hopes that you can learn something from me!! I was working…

Read More

The PA Role in Patient Safety

In any healthcare setting, there is always an emphasis on patient safety. But if I am being honest, it took me a while to really understand the meaning behind it.  We are all taught as physician assistants, doctors and nurses the Hippocratic Oath: First Do No Harm, and we do the best we can to…

Read More

How to Dress for Success on Your Interview

Everyone always asks me why as a physician assistant I don’t wear scrubs. Mostly it is because I work in an outpatient setting where the physicians are in business professional attire, but I would be lying if I said I didn’t love to shop or have a slight shoe obsession.  When I get dressed for…

Read More

The must have App for Pre-PAs & PA Students

First, if you are one of the many Pre-Pa & PA Student visitors to my website…Thank You!! If you are just coming across this blog for the first time, welcome! I hope you all have found helpful information that guides you through your journey to becoming a Physician Assistant. For more information on that journey,…

Read More

Tips for Surviving PA School

Congratulations! You got accepted to PA school, now is when the real FUN begins. And when I say fun, I mean the kind only your classmates will understand because no outsider would ever consider a sore bum from sitting in the classroom for hours, late nights of studying and fluctuating self-doubt any kind of fun.…

Read More

Why every Pre-PA needs a PA Counselor

I had already met my now husband Dave who was on the path to applying to medical school, so I started researching every medical career I thought might be a good fit for me. As most pre-physician assistants do, I looked into nurse practitioner, physician assistant, medical doctor and doctor of osteopathic medicine.  I talked…

Read More

Tips for Finding a Job as a New Physician Assistant

When I graduated from Yale Physician Associate Program in 2005, I was one of the few lucky enough to have a job already lined up to start within months of that diploma being laid in my hand. I loved my internal medicine rotation on the Hospitalist service and really connected with my preceptor. She approached…

Read More

Tips for CASPA

It is the moment you have been working towards for what feels like an eternity…CASPA is OPEN and its time to apply to PA school! Suddenly, all of the anticipation has become a reality and you fight the urge to freak out.  Whether you are a first-timer or re-applicant, the process can be overwhelming, which may result in mistakes…

Read More

Prepping for your PA School Application

It was not until a few years after I graduated college that I decided to become a Physician Assistant & just like anyone else, it was hard to get in so I am here to tell you how I rocked my PA school application in hopes that you can learn something from me!! I was working…

Read More

The PA Role in Patient Safety

In any healthcare setting, there is always an emphasis on patient safety. But if I am being honest, it took me a while to really understand the meaning behind it.  We are all taught as physician assistants, doctors and nurses the Hippocratic Oath: First Do No Harm, and we do the best we can to…

Read More

How to Dress for Success on Your Interview

Everyone always asks me why as a physician assistant I don’t wear scrubs. Mostly it is because I work in an outpatient setting where the physicians are in business professional attire, but I would be lying if I said I didn’t love to shop or have a slight shoe obsession.  When I get dressed for…

Read More

The must have App for Pre-PAs & PA Students

First, if you are one of the many Pre-Pa & PA Student visitors to my website…Thank You!! If you are just coming across this blog for the first time, welcome! I hope you all have found helpful information that guides you through your journey to becoming a Physician Assistant. For more information on that journey,…

Read More

Tips for Surviving PA School

Congratulations! You got accepted to PA school, now is when the real FUN begins. And when I say fun, I mean the kind only your classmates will understand because no outsider would ever consider a sore bum from sitting in the classroom for hours, late nights of studying and fluctuating self-doubt any kind of fun.…

Read More

Why every Pre-PA needs a PA Counselor

I had already met my now husband Dave who was on the path to applying to medical school, so I started researching every medical career I thought might be a good fit for me. As most pre-physician assistants do, I looked into nurse practitioner, physician assistant, medical doctor and doctor of osteopathic medicine.  I talked…

Read More

Tips for Finding a Job as a New Physician Assistant

When I graduated from Yale Physician Associate Program in 2005, I was one of the few lucky enough to have a job already lined up to start within months of that diploma being laid in my hand. I loved my internal medicine rotation on the Hospitalist service and really connected with my preceptor. She approached…

Read More

From a

pre-pa's perspective

Just wanted to let you know I got an acceptance to Lincoln Memorial University! Thanks so much again for your help, you made me feel so much more confident going into my interviews!

Michaela R

Pre-PA

Michele gave me some very helpful tips that I can use for my upcoming interview! You taught me how to improve my answers by adding more of my personality and showing me how to explain why I want to be a PA. She also shared her experiences and why she loves being a PA! I am very thankful for her time in doing this mock interview with me.

Tess G

Pre-PA

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