- Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
Students in the Graduate Certificate in Musculoskeletal Injury Management program that are certified Athletic Trainers and eligible for licensure through the Kentucky medical board can be considered for paid clinical opportunities as an Athletic Training Fellow. These fellowship opportunities are intended to give students an opportunity to gain 2 years of valuable clinical experience as a certified Athletic Trainer, while having access to mentors and supervisors in the Sports Medicine field, such as athletic trainers, physicians, physical therapists.
If selected for an Athletic Training Fellow position, individuals will provide athletic training services in settings working with collegiate, high school and middle school athletes. The salary is based on a 40 hour work week, with opportunities to work overtime at an hourly rate. These positions will provide health insurance and benefits. Additionally, many of the positions will have associated tuition coverage mechanisms that cover the costs of the graduate certificate program.
Individuals that have been admitted to the Graduate Certificate program will be made aware of open Athletic Training Fellow positions.
Some of the clinical partners that have open Athletic Training Fellow positions include: