As we begin the spring semester, it’s that time of year for your senior students to begin thinking about their education beyond high school. Many students are either unable to afford or are not ready to head straight off to a university. The Sports Injury Management Staff at Pima Community College is here to help make the transition between the high school and collegiate setting easier. Our student internship program gives young athletic training students the opportunity to increase their skills and begin working on academic prerequisites needed to enter into a fully accredited program. While working with us they will have the ability to work with collegiate athletes in a setting that will allow them a greater opportunity for growth and learning. We have three full time certified staff members that will help facilitate their transfer to an accredited program.
Our setting also allows the student to fully explore if they really want to make athletic training a career choice or investigate other healthcare related fields before investing in high tuition for a university program. We also offer a limited number of scholarships for those students that have a financial need and qualify. It is our goal to help your students with their academic and professional development. If you have any students that may be interested please feel free to give them the attached application materials and let them know we are available to discuss any questions they may have. Application Deadline is April 1st.
SUPPORT THE PIMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE ATHLETIC TRAINING CHALLENGE. With all the current budgets reductions we could use your support more than ever... Any amount counts, no donation is too small. Help us make this experience for our students the best ever!! Education is the most important tool we can give and our program provides an experience like no other!!
The Pima Community College Sports Injury Management staff consists of three full-time athletic trainers who are committed to the well-being and safety of all student-athletes. Potential student-athletes must fill out the Sports Physical Waivers & Consent form and turn it in to the Athletic Trainers on the West Campus in FSS 115.
For more information on the Athletic Training profession, see these organizational links: