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Athletic Training Success Stories

Ashton Clarke ‘17

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Ashton Clarke ‘17  Currently working at Precision Orthopaedic Specialties in Chardon, Ohio as an athletic trainer physician extender, working for an Orthopaedic surgeon. Ashton is a BOC certified and state licensed athletic trainer.  She is also working event coverage at Newbury High School.  After graduation Ashton worked as a substitute teacher at Maysville local schools and a pharmacy tech at Northside Pharmacy.  While a student at Muskingum, Ashton was a member of Tri-Beta, AT club, and worked for Sports Information.

 

Tony Kall '17

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Tony Kall '17  Currently working for HealthFitness at a manufacturing site as an Injury Prevention Coordinator. I work line-side directly with production associates to help them work smarter, safer, and more efficiently. In this role I provide associates with injury prevention techniques, fitness education, and health and wellness education. As an Injury Prevention Coordinator, I am tasked with developing and coordinating programs focused on the prevention of work related injuries, physical conditioning, and employee education and wellness within the manufacturing environment. I work in collaboration with our client’s employee healthcare teams, Plant Safety as well as other client employee health-related departments. 

 

Hannah Knopp '18

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Hannah Knopp '18 is currently serving as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer for Northwestern State University of Louisiana for the 2018-2019 academic year covering both Men's and Women's Cross Country and Track & Field.  She is working towards her Masters degree in Health & Human Performance with a concentration in Sports Administration.  On the horizon, Hannah will be completing an internship at Yale University for the summer of 2019 and has accepted a fellowship position with the University of Memphis for the 2019-2020 academic year.  She is a BOC Certified Athletic Trainer and is licensed in the state of Louisiana.  

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