Student Athletic Trainers
Student Athletic Trainer Aide Program
Allowing high school students the opportunity to observe the daily professional
duties and responsibilities of an athletic trainer can be a valuable educational
experience for youth. Our Student Athletic Trainer Aide Program exposes
students to the foundations of various health related careers and gives
them with important life skills.
We provide a positive, safe learning environment where students are always
under the direct visual supervision of a licensed/certified athletic trainer
when assisting with any athletic training services.
Student Athletic Trainer Aide Program Components:
- Student Athletic Trainer Camp-Offered during the summer
- CPR and First-aid Certification-Offered during the summer
- At Your School-Working as an aide with sports teams, alongside your school’s
certified athletic trainer during the school year
To learn more, contact your school’s
Student Athletic Trainer Camp
This event has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Do you have a high-school student interested in athletic training or considering
a career in sports medicine?
Each summer, Southeast Georgia Health System offers a comprehensive three-day
Student Athletic Trainer Camp where Sports Medicine certified athletic
trainers will provide valuable hands-on training for students entering
The camp is designed to introduce high school students to the field of
sports medicine and athletic training and the many associated career opportunities.
No previous experience is necessary. Training will include:
- Injury treatment techniques
- Athletic taping and bracing techniques
- CPR and automated external defibrillator (AED)
- First aid
For more information, please contact
Chantal Pierre, ATC at 561-632-1462.