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Keeping Track: Planners and Notepads for Athletic Trainers

Finding ways to keep track of your schedule and learning better ways to help you study or plan out your treatment sessions will make it a little easier when your day is full of chaos. Because as ATs, we all know our day never goes according to plan.

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10 Ways to Make the Most Out Attending an Athletic Training Conference

Getting involved in athletic training conferences or conventions can do a lot for your career. You’ll learn about the latest industry trends, gain some new skills, and make new friends. And maybe there’ll be some free food. But all those speakers, sessions, contacts, and conversations can be a little overwhelming. If you’re going to an …

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6 Ways to Rock Your First Entry-Level Athletic Training Job After Graduation

This career advice will help you make the most of your first entry-level athletic training job in the ‘real world.’ Congrats! The four years you spent in school (or more for our new post-professional crew) have culminated in your brand-new diploma. Even better, you got your first job offer signed, sealed, and delivered. And it’s …

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Working Outside the Box: Emerging Settings in Athletic Training & How to Get There

Happy National Athletic Training Month 2022!  To coincide with this year’s theme, Providing Health Care Everywhere, we’re going to be highlighting some unique job settings that athletic trainers have entered into during their careers. The NATA classifies these jobs as Emerging Settings in athletic training, listing healthcare administration, armed forces, occupational health, performing arts, physician …

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