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Long Beach State Sports Medicine Club

Official Website for Sports Medicine Club

Statement of Purpose

- To educate athletic training majors at CSULB regarding the profession of athletic training through the use of seminars
- To promote the profession of Sports Medicine among the students at CSULB
- To provide an organization that will serve as a liaison between athletic training majors at CSULB and athletic training majors at surrounding colleges and universities
- To provide a forum where new athletic training majors will understand the requirements for certification in the profession of athletic training by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA)

Target Audience

- Any student is welcome to join our organization; we do not discourage interest in the field of athletic training and sports medicine
- Those that the Sports Medicine Club would greatly benefit include: those who are interested in and/or plan to major in athletic training, those who are seeking a profession in the clinical or field work of sports medicine, and those who are looking to further expand their knowledge on topics related to the athletic training setting

Meetings

- Sports Medicine Club meetings are scheduled for the first Monday of each month. The first meeting of each semester may be slightly off date as we try to hold one within the first couple weeks of school rather than waiting until the first Monday of the next month
- Meetings begin at 12 noon on the days they are held
- Please watch for posted signs regarding when meeting are scheduled
- Meeting topics will vary among several athletic training subjects and will be announced on the posted signs prior to the meeting date

Membership

- The organization is free to accept new members without regard to sex, race, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, age, or veteran status. The only requirement for membership is current enrolment at CSULB and dues must be paid
- Each member is given equal rights and privileges
- Faculty and staff are eligible to be ex-officio, non-voting members
- Membership dues are as follows:
One Semester: $35.00
Full Academic Year: $45.00

 

Group Picture at FWATA Convention in San Diego, 2009