I have always wanted to help people and to help them better their lives, but I never could figure out how I could make that passion a reality, until the day I was diagnosed with depression and anxiety at age eleven. After that rough period in life, I learned how I could help other people. I could listen to them and try to help them better understand themselves. Life is much easier for a person when they have people who believe in them like a psychologist or therapist. My college plan would be to earn a bachelor, and master degree in Psychology to become a Behavior Analyst. After earning a bachelor degree, I would pursue a certification to be a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst. After obtaining a Certification to be a Assistant Behavior
What does it take to go into the field of sports medicine? To become a sports medicine doctor you must pass a Medical College Admission Test. You must get a Medical Doctor Degree, or a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Degree. Then you must earn a Medical License by completing 3 courses for a test. Next you must also complete a residency which is training for a sports medicine doctor. Later you must complete a fellowship which mainly focuses on training for orthopedic training. You will finally be able to do everything a trainer can do I will explain later.
Long days of listening, talking, hands-on activities, and lots of paperwork are just a few of the many similarities shared by both physical therapists and athletic trainers. Physical therapist take people with physical disabilities and injuries and help them achieve their highest level of physical activity, while an athletic trainer teaches people how to do exercises the correct way. After completing the Career Inventory test, two careers recommended for me were that of a physical therapist and an athletic trainer. Physical therapist and athletic trainers have similarities in working conditions, skills needed, and education, yet they have differences in job outlook, salary, and job description.
After completing my bachelor’s degree, I will take the necessary classes required by my state and the National Board of Emergency Medicine, so that I may obtain my Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Certification. Obtaining my EMT certification and working in that field will be beneficial to me when it comes to being an Athletic Trainer. I have always had a passion for helping people, and a passion for the healthcare field. I know just how important it is to have a dedicated Athletic Trainer when you are trying to recover from a sports injury and when trying to prevent future
Keeping well known athletes is a job for the athletic trainer. For instance, Athletic trainers recognize injuries and evaluate how to resolve the injury and they range from pee-wee sports all the way to the professional level of sports. Being an Athletic Trainer requires knowledge about the human body, social skills to speak to the patients and coaches, and responsibility skills. Athletic trainers recognize injuries and evaluate how to resolve the injury and they range from pee-wee sports all the way to the professional level of sports. Being an Athletic Trainer requires knowledge about the human body, social skills to speak to the patients and coaches, and responsibility skills.
My A-level subjects; Applied Science, P.E and Sociology have made me decide to pursue a career in Sports Therapy as I believe that is the key to improving an individual’s physical health. In my studies, I have learned the anatomy of the body in greater detail such as understanding that our body has various types of levers; fulcrum, resistance, and effort. And the different classes find the amount of force the muscle can produce and the size of these levers are what find the range of movement. Therefore, I am eager to want to deepen my learning more as the practical approach to science has appealed to me, making me want to know how to analyse the body and increase efficiency of an athlete’s fitness.
My senior year in Cross Country significantly influenced my career goals. Although, I don’t know what I want to do for sure, I am looking into health careers because of my love for running. Whatever I decide to do, I want to have the same amount of passion for it as I do for running, I want to work hard and have fun doing it. No matter what career I choose, or where I go to college, I hope to keep running close to me and continue to run throughout my life.
When I grow up as a child, I was setting goals for a future and what to do in life. I choose to pursue Physical therapist assistant which it is a reason why I want to help people, be more responsible, give good attitude to the patients. Next 5 years I will be working in different states at hospital or clinic. I may change to undecided major whether if I want to pursue different major.
The career choice that I have chosen is to become an athletic trainer. I love to play sports and be around sports, so I think that being an athletic trainer would be a good career for me. I like to help people and make an impact in other peoples life and becoming an athletic trainer would allow me to help people recover, start to feel better, and get back to what they have to do. There isn’t much better than doing a career that you enjoy and like to do plus making pretty good money doing it. I just feel that becoming an athletic trainer and doing it as a career would be the best fit for me.
To make a significant change in the world, countless hours of preparation, of work, and proactive cooperation with others are crucial for success. I partake in few extra-curricular activities, but I have dedicated years of my life to them all. On a regular week, I have to balance French club and National French Honor Society secretary duties, community service for National Honor Society, and additional choir practice for at least two hours after school each week (while sometimes performing community service with the choir as well). I want to become an engineer; so I take AP classes that are useful and interest me because I will need to know advanced math and science concepts in college. All of these extra-curricular activities and academics will become even more relevant when it is time for me to advance my future goals of pursuing a higher education and making significant efforts to aid the world by designing helpful technology with medical applications.
First, a career in athletic training it would bring me great personal satisfaction. Ever since I was in elementary school, I have been the type of person who becomes concerned for my friends’ health . I always feel that I can in some way make their lives better. This is exactly the type of work that a athletic trainer does on a daily basis. According to an article in Occupational Outlook Handbook titled "Athletic Trainers", “Many athletic trainers work in educational facilities, such as secondary schools and colleges. Others may work in physicians’ offices or for professional sports teams. Some athletic trainers work in rehabilitation and therapy clinics which will help of all ages , in the military, or with performing artists so they will help make the people better from injuries or from surgery. They may spend much of their time working outdoors on sports fields in all types of weather” "athletic trainers"). Also They plan and execute rehabilitative programs designed to improve the patient’s mobility, increase his or her strength and relieve or at least lessen his or her pain. But also how they help is Athletic trainers help prevent
When I was in the fifth grade I had joined West Side Boys & Girls Club they had opened my eyes on how to be friendly and how to respect others around you.They had prepared me on how to include people and how to open up myself and how to get ready for college and what it has to offer me.
From a sprained ankle on the soccer field to a stoved finger in a basketball game all injuries are important, no matter how big or small. There has to be someone to take care of the injured athletes. These people are known as athletic trainers. With only being one year away, it is important that I begin to make choices on what I want to do after I graduate high school. I have been organizing a serious amount of information on the certain career fields that I’m interested in. For every occupation something about the medical field has always intrigued me and that’s how I found athletic training. I love knowing that I will be the one to make a difference in an athlete 's life. I started my research with what classes I would need
Out of all the year round sports 1 in every 5 athlete gets injured. Athletic trainers help heal these athletes and prevent future injuries. The trainers need to be familiarized with the athletes they are working with and make an annual wage of about $42,000. An athletic trainer is useful for on the spot health care, treatment of muscle and bone injuries, and any other sport care needs.
The second possible barrier to my education is my economic status. Like I mentioned before my father died, so I depend only on my mother and myself, and college is not cheap. I am in the process of becoming a permanent resident of the United States, but until then I do not have access to FAFSA and other type of scholarships, so I have to pay college all by myself. I am trying to overcome this barrier by doing research about scholarships that do not care about immigration status, and can help me be the first one in my family to graduate from