Please list your graduation year and school.
o Colby-Sawyer College, 2019
What is one word you would use to describe yourself?
What has been your favorite clinical experience and why?
o This past fall with Dartmouth College football, I was in an environment that challenged me professionally and personally and had an immense amount of growth. I learned many invaluable skills that will help with my future patients’ success in rehabilitation and comfort.
What has been your favorite memory as a student?
o Every single time an athlete is advancing through rehabilitation, sees progress, returns to their sport confidently and excels on the field. It is unbelievable to see the change that happens mentally and physically from post injury to return to play.
How do you balance academics, clinical experiences, and athletics (if you are an athlete)?
o I find it easier to be motivated and manage my time when in a clinical rotation. It’s all about making use of the time that you have.
What advice would you give yourself if you went back in time?
o Embrace the process and take initiative for what is within your scope and knowledge.
What do you aspire to achieve as an AT?
o Professionally I aspire to work at a Division I football program, as well as eventually being an athletic trainer for an Olympic team. Although overall I want every athlete I interact with to be confident when stepping out on the field, having confidence in themselves and their ability to succeed.
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