PENN STATE ATHLETIC TRAINING GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIP POSITIONS
The Pennsylvania State University Sports Medicine Department is seeking highly motivated students interested in pursuing a Master's degree at the University Park Campus. Currently there are five graduate assistant positions available starting in the fall of 2016. Each position will continue until completion of graduate degree as long as previous years requirements are met. Clinical Assignments will be based on the staffing demands of the varsity sports and recreational programs offered through Intercollegiate Athletics. The assistantships are ten month assignments, with full tuition waiver and a yearly stipend of $15,000. Candidates must be BOC certified and eligible for Athletic Training License in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Apply for Admission to Graduate School - All applicants must be accepted into a Graduate School before a clinical assistantship can be awarded
Submit Cover Letter, Resume and a minimum of 3 References to Tim Bream
Partner Graduate Schools and Graduate Program Admissions:
Department of Education: Master's of Education in Educational Leadership; non thesis option with rolling admission
Department of Kinesiology: Master's of Science in Kinesiology; thesis option, application deadline December 15, 2015
B.S. or B.A. Degree
Regular Admission to the Penn State University Graduate School and Departmental Graduate Program
BOC Certified Athletic Trainer and eligible for Athletic Training License in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Applicants should have GRE scores (Verbal & Quantitative) each in excess of the 50th percentile; and a minimum undergraduate GPA of a 3.0. All applications are considered independently.
Assistantship Applications to:
Tim Bream, MS, ATC