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National Athletic Training Month!!!
March is National Athletic Training Month and it's a great time for everyone to go out and raise awareness about the profession. The NATA has several resources available including social media banners, images, posters, and a whole PR kit full of great ideas. There is also a social media contest through the NATA with the opportunity to win $100 Amazon Gift Cards. The DATA also presents two $150.00 awards to schools or organizations who promote athletic training during March. Please document what you and your organization do (social media, facebook, youtube videos, events, public relations, education, etc) and let the DATA know by emailing Nikki Lounsberry. The DATA will order $150.00 dollars’ worth of sports medicine equipment of your choice for your organization.
Online registration for the NATA 66th Clinical Symposia & AT Expo begins March 2nd. Individuals who sign up prior to April 30th will receive a registration discount. NATA 2015 will be held June 23-26 in St. Louis, MO.
DATA 5k Race and 1 Mile Walk
The annual DATA 5k will be held on Saturday, May 2nd in conjunction with UD's Fandemonium. Join us for a great day of fun and prizes! For more details, see our race page.
Delaware High Schools Win National Athletic Trainer Association’s (NATA) Safe Sports School Award
Wilmington Friends School and Newark Charter School became the latest schools in Delaware to win the Safe Sports School Award (SSSA). Wilmington Friends received their award on August 27, 2014, and Newark Charter was awarded on September 15, 2014; both schools will be recognized as First Team schools until 2017. For more details and the full article, click here.
NATM Promotional Materials are Now Available
The promotional materials for National Athletic Training Month 2015 are now available on the NATA website. The information for the NATM Social Media Contest is also available. Start planning now so we can proudly represent our profession in 2015!
University of Delaware AT Student Mikaela Potrako was presented with the EATA Paul Grace Scholarship at the EATA Symposium in January. Congratulations Makaela on representing Delaware at the regional level.
Local Basketball Player's Collapse Proves Worth of ATs in Sports
To ensure the quality of healthcare for the physically active in the state of Delaware.
To advance the profession of Athletic Training through education and research.
To provide quality continuing education for the membership.
To safeguard and advance the interest of its membership.
-From the DATA By-Laws