Active Conditioning and Performance Rehab
Services offered: Athletic therapy, chiropractic medicine, osteopathy, orthotics, personal training, injury rehabilitation, massage therapy and acupuncture
If you are interested in volunteering as a student trainer with a varsity athletics team, you can apply to BIOL*3650: Introduction to Athletic Therapy. This course is only offered in the winter semester and spots are limited. Please email Chris DeZorzi in October for application information.
Tasks: After successfully completing the Introduction to Athletic Therapy course (BIOL*3650), some students may have the opportunity to work with a varsity sports team in the following academic year. In this position, student trainers attend all team practices and games to provide first aid treatment, assess injuries, assist with stretches, and provide supportive taping.
Number of hours: The time commitment for student trainers varies by sport but is generally over 10 hours per week while the team is in-season.
Requirements: Standard First Aid + CPR-C certification and completion of BIOL*3650: Introduction to Athletic Therapy. Selection is competitive and a team placement is not guaranteed after the completion of BIOL*3650.
Contact: Chris DeZorzi (firstname.lastname@example.org)