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Clemson University Sports Medicine Prospective Student Athletic Trainer Contact Info Name: Maryah Barna High School: Lake Norman High School Graduation Date (month/year): 6/2008 Home Address: 250 Elm Street Unit 824 Clemson SC 29631 Home Phone: Cell Phone: 704-450-8013 E-Mail: [email protected] Were you a student athletic trainer in high school? No, but I currently work as an aide at Clemson Sports Medicine and Rehab If yes, how long and what sports did you work? I have been working at CSMR since August 2008 and work with patients from all sports Name of supervising athletic trainer and contact phone number: My boss there is Tristan McClain 864-482-0085 Have you applied to Clemson University? Have you been accepted? I have applied, but they need to receive my spring semester grades before making a
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Unformatted text preview: decision on my acceptance Major: Math Teaching Tell me why you are interested in becoming a student athletic trainer: I have been through several injuries throughout my soccer career, which have allowed me to see sports from the health side. I am very interested in sports and in the body and how it functions during sports. I plan on getting a degree in either athletic training or physical therapy during grad school, and this would be a great opportunity to learn more in the area. Please return this form to Michelle Bensman by email ( [email protected] ), fax (864-656-6408), or mail (PO Box 31, Clemson, SC 29633)...
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