Young Professionals

Mission Statement

To identify and address the interests, needs, and concerns of young athletic training professionals and to facilitate communication to and from members of that group.

 

Strategic Directions

  • To increase recruitment and retention of the young athletic training professionals in the NATA

  • To increase the number of young athletic training professionals involved in volunteer positions at the local, state, district, and national levels

  • To increase the number of young athletic training professionals attending the NATA annual meeting

  • To provide educational opportunities relevant to the interests and concerns of young athletic training professionals

  • To encourage young athletic training professionals to become involved in public relations efforts to educate the public about the profession of athletic training

  • To encourage young athletic training professionals to become involved in legislative efforts

  • To promote professional socialization of young athletic training professionals

  • To encourage young athletic training professionals to get involved in efforts to improve working conditions and quality of life of athletic trainers

  • To promote professionalism among young athletic training professionals



 

Committee Members

 

Michael Dias (Chair)
mvdias@selectmedical.com

 

Alycia Pushard (Webmaster)
sbislife20@yahoo.com

CONNECTICUT ATHLETIC TRAINERS' ASSOCIATION

The Connecticut Athletic Trainers' Association (CATA) strives to improve the quality of health care for athletes,
patients, clients and individuals and enhance the profession of Athletic Training, through leadership, education, and cooperative efforts with other organizations and allied health professions.

 

The CATA is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization.

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