Pre-Athletic Training

Athletic training students are educated to provide comprehensive patient care in five domains of clinical practice: prevention; clinical evaluation and diagnosis; immediate and emergency care; treatment and rehabilitation; and organization and professional health and well-being.

Athletic Trainers can be found in a variety of settings, most commonly at colleges and universities, public and private secondary schools, and, professional and Olympic sports. In addition, AT’s can work in independently owned youth sports facilities, hospitals and clinics, and some branches of the military and performing arts spaces.

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Athletic Training/Exercise Science Internships & Summer Research

Click below to find a curated list of opportunities that align with those interested in pursuing a career in Athletic Training or Exercise Science. Please note that this is not an exhaustive list of external programs that are available. While …

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Educational Needs to Become an Athletic Trainer

Are you hoping to become a certified Athletic Trainer? Learn more about the degree pathways and expectations for the field from the National Athletic Trainer’s Association.

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Approved Virtual Internship Provider: CIS Abroad

To aid students in identifying virtual internship opportunities the Center for Global and Career Education has partnered with CIS Abroad.  Earlham students are able to utilize their Epic Advantage funding to cover the program and application fees for these 6-week …
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Contact & Location

(765) 983-1424

1st Floor Landrum Bolling Center
801 National Rd W
Richmond, IN 47374
Richmond, IN 47374

Office Hours

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T 8:30am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
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TH 8:30am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
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