January 29, 2015

To honor: High school athletic trainers who have become MVPs in their athletic departments by going above and beyond their job duties to deliver the best sports medicine care to their athletes.

Why: Because high school athletic trainers are the unsung heroes of interscholastic sports and many work countless hours to help young people become the best they can be. We would like to honor those who put their heart and soul into helping student- athletes on a daily basis.

Criteria: To be considered, an athletic trainer must work with high school athletes (in either a school or clinic setting) and have the following qualities:

  • Have earned the respect of coaches they work with and student-athletes they care for

  • Go beyond their job description to support student-athletes

  • Put in extra effort to make the athletic training program the best it can be

  • Serve the local or larger community through community service

Nominations: Please provide us with a 400-800 word description of how the nominee fits the above criteria. Any supporting materials are welcome. Full contact information for both the nominee and the person nominating must be provided.

Winner: Will be featured in the April issue of T&C and honored at the NATA Convention. He or she will also receive a plaque and product-related prizes.

Questions: Please feel free to contact us with any questions:
Eleanor Frankel
607-257-6970, ext. 18

Mail submissions to:
Most Valuable ATC Award
Training & Conditioning
Momentum Media Sports Publishing
20 Eastlake Rd., Ithaca, NY 14850

Or e-mail them to: MVatc@MomentumMedia.com

Deadline: December 31, 2012

Click here to download a printable PDF of the Most Valuable Athletic Trainer Award nomination flyer. Perfect for sharing and posting, the PDF contains eligibility criteria and contact info. for submitting a nomination.

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