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Mark your calendars for the 2017 MAATA Annual Meeting at the LaVista Conference Center & Hotel in LaVista, NE
Our Mission is to enhance the professional and leadership abilities of the membership by providing encouragement, mentorship and improvement opportunities in the profession of athletic training.
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Application for a travel & registration grant for the District 5 Annual Meeting & Symposium Qualifications: Must be 32 years old or younger on December 31st of 2016 Must NOT have additional source of reimbursement for MAATA Annual Meeting Requirements of winner: Attend the symposium in its entirety Be present at all symposium YPC events […]MORE INFO
Award Overview and Information This award is a unique and prestigious award for the District 5 Young Professionals. The Young Professionals’ Committee (YPC) wishes to recognize a young professional athletic trainer who has made a definitive impact on the athletic training profession and association at the various levels of organization (national, district, state). This is […]MORE INFO
The MAATA Research and Education Committee would like to announce that applications for research grants are now being accepted. These development grants are designed to assist athletic trainers, both certified and students, in conducting quality research in the area of Athletic Training. At this time, the amount to be awarded is $4,500.00. Notification of review […]MORE INFO
MAATA Professional and Post-Professional Scholarships Scholarships are now available for Professional (“Entry-level”) athletic training students, as well as for Post-Professional (post-certification) graduate study. Please review the Scholarship Application Instructions, and then complete the on-line application form. Scholarship applications will be accepted from November 1st, 2016 until January 30th, 2017. All materials, including recommendation letters, must […]MORE INFO
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Happy Athletic Training Month! Thank you to the nearly 900 members of the MAATA who made the journey to Omaha for the MAATA Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia. This was one of the most successful district meetings on record with great educational programming, fantastic speakers, and plenty of quality CEUs and EBPs. A special thank […]MORE INFO
Kansas Athletic Trainers Hit the Hill in Topeka, for the 1st Annual “Hit the Hill Day”. Led and coordinated by John Burns and the KATS Board of Directors, members were able to visit with 47 Legislators; athletic trainers were able to promote athletic training as a licensed healthcare profession with unique qualifications and expertise which […]MORE INFO
D5 YPC will be hosting the “Young Professionals Rounds” on May 16, 2017 at 12:00 PM Central Standard Time. This is an opportunity for YP’s to get together and discuss case and practice questions. In order to participate, you must have a Google account. The conversation will be held on Google Hangouts which is accessible […]MORE INFO
Sarah “Renee” Craft, University of Nebraska Athletic Training Student, is a recipient of the 2017 NIRSA William N. Wasson Leadership and Academic Award. Renee earned this award due to her hard work and dedication in the Injury Prevention and Care Department at UNL Campus Recreation. She is a first responder for the campus recreation center […]MORE INFO