INTRODUCTION I have started to look into different careers because I am starting a career path. I have been looking on the site CFNC.org because it is a good site to get information from. SURVEYS In my basic skills survey my highest scores were in mathematics, reading comprehension , and learning strategies.
I had the amazing opportunity to work in the football training room with Jonathan Millwee. This was a great experience for me because I was able to see how the trainers act in their environment. I was also able to work with the athletes. When I first got into the training room I thought that I was just going to be observing, but Jonathan let me get my “hands dirty” the first day I was in the training room. I was able to do rehabs, ice the athletes, assign rehab plans, tape the athletes, stretch the athletes, feel injures (such as a ACL tear), and many other things.
I can honestly say that nutrition was not my first choice, or at least I thought it was not my first choice; for the past few years I always assumed that physical therapy was my future career. I spent my four years of undergrad studying Exercise and Sports Science because I wanted to learn every aspect of the human body, the biomechanics, physiology and even the human psyche of how the body interacts and ways to improve upon so that I can become a good physical therapist. During this time and actually before attending college, I was always in self-awareness of my body, nutritionally and physically. Consciously aware of what I was allowing into my body and making an effort to be physically active was a life hobby for me, little did I know that this was an immense stepping stone for what I was truly meant to be. On a regular basis, to stay fit and healthy, I would research healthier alternatives, exercise programs and preventative measures.
I am taking college classes in hopes of obtaining a desired career in the future. In order for me to pursue my dreams of becoming a physical therapist, I need to complete the required college classes in order to get into medical school. Once I have completed medical school, I need to complete other requirements to become a certified physical therapist. Obtaining this career would not be possible unless I started out with taking college classes. Along with the hopes of being a physical therapist, I am also taking college classes for financial reasons.
When a college student says that they are a kinesiology major the first thought that may come to mind when thinking of what that person wants to be is a coach or an athletic trainer. Moreover, there are several different careers whom might pursue from a kinesiology degree. Kinesiology is defined as the study of the mechanics of body movements, so the careers capable of being pursued range from coaches or athletic trainers to physical therapists. One discipline in kinesiology that be will be discussed is the job of a prosthetic practitioner. Which will be the purpose of this writing, to inform you about this kinesiology career and the concepts of it.
The profession that I have chose that I want to start a career in is a nutritionist. I chose this career path because I want to help people live a healthier life. Depending on what state you live in all certifications and credentials are different. Each state has different criteria in regards of becoming a nutritionist. There are a few steps you have to do to be a nutritionist in the state of Pennsylvania, he first step is earning a bachelors degree.
My name is Tabitha Ferraira I 'm currently a freshman at ESU majoring in Exercise Science, but I have looked into your Athletic Training program, and have decided that it 'd be a better fit for my future. I have looked at the courses I have already taken and I believe I would still be on track for your program. I would love if you 'd be willing to let me transfer into your Athletic Training program with a concentration in Professional
Students who want to become a successful athletic trainer must graduate from a bachelor’s degree at minimum and they may also need a master’s degree. To become an athletic trainer you must graduate with a degree in Athletic Training from an accredited athletic training program and successfully pass the Board of Certification Exam. Three colleges that I can attend that would allow me to obtain this degree would be Kean University, Montclair State University, and Seton Hall University.
For my networking assignment I chose a professional in my field whom I know very well. The professional is my previous athletic trainer, who is the reason I wish to pursue this line of work. Her name is Jaime Aji, she has her Masters of Science in Athletic Training as well as Athletic Trainer Certified (ATC). Jaime has been working as the Athletic Trainer at Nutley High School for the past eight years. Before asking some general questions about Mrs. Aji’s job, I thought it would be best to start off with the pros and cons of the career field.
This assignment is largely a reflection where I will analyze my personal leadership styles and reflect on how they are, or are not working. I will reflect on how I would like to change my leadership in the future based on concepts presented in the literature. I will also conduct a literature review to connect the concepts from my reflection to actual information about various leadership styles and models to build understanding. Last, I will speak to specific actions and practices I will implement in order to fill the gap between where I am now with my leadership and where I would like to be in the future. Future-Focus
Athletic Trainer I always wanted to become an Athletic trainer as I was growing up. I never really knew too much about it, but when I started doing my research on being an Athletic trainer, I actually knew more than I thought. Being an Athletic trainer I wanted to learn more information about it. I wanted to find out how much the salary would be and also if they were really needed. By using the MS Choices program, the Internet and a personal interview I discovered the meaning and interesting facts about being an Athletic trainer.