A twelve-month program designed to educate an athletic trainer and integrate their skills into the outreach setting and the clinical and surgical settings as a physician extender.
As a fellow, you will work with physicians, surgeons, athletic trainers, and other Sports Medicine team members who are among the best in the country at what they do. As a team member here, you help empower the patients who walk through our doors every day.
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To be eligible for the Athletic Training Fellowship program, the applicant must meet these requirements:
- Minimum: An undergraduate or graduate degree is required from an accredited Athletic Training Education Program
- Preferred: Master’s Degree in a healthcare-related field
- Certified Athletic Trainer with current BOC certification
- North Carolina Board Athletic Training Examiners Athletic Training Licensure or eligibility for Athletic Training Licensure in North Carolina
- Valid driver’s license with reliable transportation
- Eligible to sit for the Orthopaedic Technologist (OTC) Exam in November or current OTC certification through the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT)
How To Apply:
We accept applications from Dec. 1 to March 1. Any application received after March 1 will not be reviewed. Onsite interviews take place in late April. If accepted, we will notify you in May with a start date in early July.
Submitting an Application
- Cover Letter – This should specify why you are interested in this educational opportunity, what makes you a good candidate as an athletic trainer in the physician setting, how you plan to use the successful completion of this fellowship in your career.
- Resume or Curriculum Vitae
- Reference List
- Three Letters of Recommendation – It is preferred that letters are included with application materials in sealed envelopes, however, they will be accepted separately if applicants name is clearly identified and received by the deadline.