|Cross Country/Track & Field
Swimming & Diving
* positions available
In addition to your athletic training responsibilities, you are required to progress towards your chosen Master's Degree. In order to retain your stipend, you must be registered each semester. After the end of your first year, you must have completed 50% of your degree program for the assistantship to be renewed. All Graduate Assistants are expected to be in Auburn throughout their first summer to assist staff with clinical duties and camps.
Our sports medicine staff involves athletic trainers, team physicians, a clinical psychologist, and a nutritionist. We have a philosophy that is centered around sports medicine, but want to have a broad base of contributing "thinkers" in developing our program. We expect you to have input and involvement, and when choices or decisions are made we expect you to be a leader in carrying out the team approach to a problem.
With the help of our full-time staff, graduate assistants will learn about the administration of a team, a medical system, and other business aspects of athletic training and sports medicine. Throughout this process we hope to better prepare you for a fulfilling and accomplished career in Sports Medicine.
Graduate Assistant Information/Application Form (PDF)
(application deadline is November 13, 2015)
Here are some pertinent facts in relation to becoming a Graduate Assistants at Auburn University:
Although applications are accepted all year, Graduate Assistants are hired each spring semester. See application deadline above.
NATA certification is required prior to the early June start date.
The Graduate School and each individual Master's Program have very specific entrance requirements. Please refer to each departments website for these specific requirements.
Graduate assistants are given additional athletic training room and administrative responsibilities to assist in the daily operations of the Sports Medicine Department.
Travel is required with your sport assignment.
Mandatory participation and attendance during monthly in-services.
Graduate Assistant positions are for one year, with the possibility of a second year (based on performance, attitude, and academic progress).
You will be required to work during the summer (camps, etc.).
If you have any further questions, please contact Janet Taylor at email@example.com.