Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine - Athletic Training
4 Year Degree
Embry-Riddle University Sports Medicine is looking for an intern for the fall 2019 to spring 2020 academic year. This is an excellent position that will allow you to expand your academic knowledge by gaining hands on experience while under the guidance of 5 full-time staff members. Embry-Riddle Athletics boasts 21 collegiate teams and approximately 450 athletes. We are a NCAA Division II school and a member of the Sunshine State Conference. This position offers a well-rounded experience: intern will be assigned primary sport coverage of one (1) sport per semester while also assisting with other teams. Intern will assist with the daily maintenance and operations of the athletic training room, attend training room doctor rounds as well as other physician visits, learn the fundamentals of insurance, work and communicate with coaches and strength and conditioning staff, and attend educational in-services.
Intern will be compensated at a rate of $1,450 per month to offset their living expenses during this 10-month internship. Total compensation: $14,500. In addition, this internship provides a University meal plan. The start date will be July 22, 2019. The internship will end in late May after post-season play concludes. There will be time off during the month of December. Housing and health insurance are not included.
Required qualifications include graduation from a CAATE accredited athletic training program, and BOC certified or eligible. Florida licensing will be provided if applicable. Professional liability insurance is also provided.
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