Information For

District Young Professionals

Information for young professionals of District 2


The D2 Young Professionals' Committee (YPC) was created to address the needs of athletic trainers who are in the first 12 years after initial certification/licensure. It develops strategies to increase recruitment, retention, volunteer involvement and convention attendance among young athletic training professionals. The YPC provides programs, activities, and educational opportunities to address young professional needs as well as promotes professional socialization. 

Social Media
NATA
NATA YPC Committee Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NATA.YPCommittee/

Twitter pagehttps://twitter.com/NATA_YPC

District 2
D2 YPC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NATAD2YPC/
D2 YPC Twitterhttps://twitter.com/DII_NATA_YPC


NEWS:

D1 and D2 Young Professionals Committees are hosting a session on mental health at EATA open to all! The date is January 12th from 11am-12pm. We'll have guided discussions about student-athlete and athletic trainer mental health, as well as provide resources on the topic. It'll be a great networking and learning event for YPs as well as other more seasoned ATs! Be sure to register for EATA to attend this function. http://www.cvent.com/events/eata-71st-conference/event-summary-0fa1d741a6b149c1a099e87512c54a0a.aspx


Calling all NJ YPs and interested mentors to sign up for the NJ Mentorship Program 
Mentees can sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/FliMFwokDdghgYF62
Mentors can sign up here:




Young Professional Committee State Representatives

New York
Julia Drattell, MEd, ATC 
NYU Langone Concussion Center
juliadrattell@gmail.com
(NYS YP web site)

Pennsylvania
Richard Bertie, MS, LAT, ATC, PES
Saint Francis University
(814) 471-1236
youngpros@gopats.org

New Jersey
Katelyn Zimmerman, MS, LAT, ATC
Ocean Township High School
(732) 531-5650 ext 1016
youngpros@atsnj.org

Delaware
Shannon Matheny MS, ATC, LAT
Redline Recovery LLC

 


Photo from New York City YPC Event


Contact District YP Committee

 

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