The application window for the 2020-2021 academic year has closed. If you are interested in learning more about innovATe, please contact Dr. Christianne Eason (firstname.lastname@example.org) or fill out the form below.
What is innovATe?
The goal of the innovATe project is to increase athletic training services in secondary schools.
innovATe stands for:
Improving Needed Nationwide Opportunities & Value of Athletic Trainer Employment
Background and Purpose:
- The innovATe project will provide support to 10-14 school districts currently without athletic training services to enhance health care for student athletes.
- This is a critical step in promoting safety and injury prevention for secondary student athletes participating in all sports, including football.
- innovATe is a collaborative project being administered by the Korey Stringer Institute and is funded by the Education Fund established as part of the settlement of the NFL Concussion Litigation
Mission Statement: The mission of UConn’s Korey Stringer Institute’s innovATe project is to increase access to medical care provided by an athletic trainer for secondary school athletes in underserved communities through the provision of funding, advocacy, education, mentorship, and strategic support to school districts and through partnerships with local medical services.
Vision Statement: Our vision is to dramatically increase access to athletic training services for secondary school athletes in traditionally underserved communities.
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