National Athletic Training Month 2017






NCATA March 2017 Athletic Training Month Events

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Athletic Training / Sports Hall of Fame Event at NC Museum

of History

Date: Feb. 26th @ 1:00 pm
View HERE

Time Warner cable news
View HERE




Discovery Place Charlotte: Science of Sports Day- March 11th

Media mention at 20min

Trainers Show Tech Side of Sports

Reach: Direct 2,100, 2 media outlet coverage




Partner with Omar Carter Foundation to raise awareness about hands free CPR

March 11th Discovery Place.


St. Patrick’s Day Parade in uptown Charlotte- Athletic trainers and student marching and advocating for the profession

Date: March 18th @ 11:00 am



Wells Fargo Progress Energy Building (Charlotte’s tallest building) Illuminated in Orange and Blue in Honor of National Athletic Training Month

Date: March 18th all evening



Visit to the Public Radio Studios in Charlotte North Carolina- advocating for athletic training and safety

Date:  March 17th @ 9:00 am

NCATA Spring Meeting and Symposium in Charlotte


Mayor of Charlotte speaking and welcoming attendees to the NCATA Spring Meeting and Symposium

Date: March 18th @ NCATA Award Banquet

Mayor Jennifer Roberts Proclamation:  View Here


Mascot Challenge:  20+ Mascot from across the state of North Carolina (from professional sports, universities, colleges, high school) taking a picture with the NCATA sign in recognition of athletic safety and athletic training month and social media contest.

Date:  Throughout March



National Honor Society Athletic Training Symposium at Charlotte Hornets arena

Date:  March 13th @ Noon




Created Athletic Training Activity Sheet for Clinics, Offices through the sheet

Date:  Throughout March



NATM Proclamations from mayors across the state

Date:  Throughout March

Pictured below: Stavonna Petty, Emily Guerra, Jonathan Chavis, Elizabeth Jewell, Dominique Burgman and Nailah Barry.


Athletic Trainers (ATs) are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians. The services provided by ATs comprise prevention, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions.* Athletic training is recognized by the American Medical Association (AMA) as a health care profession.

(*) http://www.bocatc.org/about-us/defining-athletic-training

North Carolina Central University’s Athletic Training Students are proud to bring this Proclamation forward to Durham County’s Board of Commissioners. Athletic Training Students, individually contribute a minimum of 400 service learning hours annually to athletic and sports medicine services in Durham County. They are invested in their service learning opportunities and uphold NCCU’s motto “In Truth and Service”. They participate in clinical rotations at NCCU, Durham Public Schools, Duke University Hospital System, NC School of Science & Math and Triangle Orthopedics, in Durham County.


NCCU gets Proclamation for Durham County 2017

Commissioned design from local Artist



HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) Statewide Conference for future

Healthcare Leaders Expo

Date:  March 31st afternoon



Pictured:  Brittany Price, Deidra DeMoss and Brendon Toma

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