Interested in Becoming an Athletic Training Student Assistant???
High School students with an interest in any allied health professional fields may want to try to be an athletic training student assistant (ATSA). As an ATSA, one can be on the sideline at games helping the certified athletic trainer, or in the athletic training room learning about the anatomy and processes that are necessary to become an athletic trainer.
Ashley Davidson, the head athletic trainer, is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. She also earned a master's degree from Oakland University in exercise science. She has worked with her peers at the university level; mentoring underclassmen in the knowledge she was learning in her classes and reinforcing what their professors were teaching them. Ashley is also a teacher at Green Hope High School. She teaches Biomedical Technology I and Biomedical Technology II in the Career and Technical Education Department.
Currently we have many ATSAs in the program. We cover most sports in all seasons.
If you are a Green Hope student and are interested, see the application and reference forms below. I will collect applicants' paperwork in the beginning of May each year.