Athletic Training Graduate Assistant Open Application
Applications for athletic training graduate assistant positions for each fall semester will be accepted from October 1st to mid-January. Openings will also be posted on the NATA Job Placement Vacancy page.
Description: Work as an ATC under the supervision of staff athletic trainers in providing care and coverage to Division I student-athletes in the Division of Athletics. Assist in the supervision and instruction of student athletic trainers. Benefits include a $19,383.78 stipend, tuition and book waiver, and full medical benefits.
Qualifications: Prospective students must be NATABOC certified or eligible to sit for the examination. Students must be admissible in non-provisional status to the University of Connecticut Graduate School. A minimum overall GPA of 3.0 and a minimum score of 1000 on the GRE are required for applying.
Graduate programs: Applicants can choose to earn a degree from any academic program whose requirements allow applicant to fulfill the demanding duties of this GA. We strongly recommend the Athletic Training concentration in Kinesiology.
Dates of service: The starting date is August 1 and the ending date is June 1 of the school year.
Benefits: Full tuition and book waiver, yearly stipend of $19,383.78, plus full medical benefits.
Contact Person: Patti Kula, MS, ATC, Assistant Athletic Trainer
Application Procedure: Applicants must apply directly to the Graduate School (http://www.grad.uconn.edu) in addition to sending cover letter, resume and at least 3 reference letters to Search Committee: Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer, at the address listed below. Questions about the position should be directed to Patti Kula, MS, ATC (firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-486-0480). Interviews will only be granted to those individuals who have been accepted into the Graduate School. Applications will not be accepted electronically through the NATA website.
Division of Athletics
2111 Hillside Road, U-1173
Storrs, Ct 06269
We encourage applications from under-represented groups, including minorities, women, and people with disabilities.