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2017 SUMMER MENTORING

LOS ANGELES - SPORTS MEDICINE MENTORING PROGRAM

Each summer, The WCSMF-TEAM TO WIN Program hosts summer mentoring athletic training and sports medicine camps. Camps are limited to 100 participants per camp.

CAMP 1
2 DAY CAMP INCLUDES CPR & FIRST AID CERTIFICATION
  • Saturday July 15, 2017 (9:00 to 5:00)
  • Sunday, July 16, 2017 (9:00 to 3:00)

CAMP CLOSED

CAMP 2
2 DAY CAMP INCLUDES CPR & FIRST AID CERTIFICATION
  • Saturday July 22, 2017 (9:00 to 5:00)
  • Sunday, July 23, 2017 (9:00 to 3:00)

 

CLASS CLOSED

CAMP DETAILS

  • It’s FREE!

    Yep, these mentoring camps are completely free.

  • Lunch

    Lunch will be provided each day of camp.

  • Supplies

    All the supplies you will need will be provided by us.

  • Registration

    Since we have limited space available, registration is required to attend.

  • Dress Code

    Dress is casual-comfortable, must be in shorts/sweats. We will be taping/wrapping injuries, must be dressed appropriately to participate in this class.

  • Confirmation

    A confirmation letter will be mailed/e-mailed two weeks prior to camp.

  • Athletic Trainer Camp Faculty

    Jill Sleight, ATC, Director
    Jasmin Dresser, ATC
    Adee Donaldson, ATC
    Danna Dye, ATC
    Kirsten Farrell, ATC
    Monica Hernandez, ATC
    Jennifer Hernandez, ATC
    Arbhie Guce, ATC
    Ariel Guldstrand, ATC
    Mark Hibbard, ATC
    Lori Ikari, ATC
    Marc Reichling, ATC
    Naomi Ruiz, ATC
    Jasmine Velasquez, ATC
    Davion White, ATC


Location:

Mira Costa High School
1401 Artesia Blvd.
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
*Camp takes place in cafeteria. Entrance is on Peck Av

The Mentoring Program is the academic jewel of the WCSMF-Team to Win program. Since the inception in 1996 the sports medicine intern mentoring program has graduated over 2,500 students. Each year, students with an interest in sports medicine participate in the FREE educational workshops for students who want to pursue careers in sports medicine and athletic training. The WCSMF offers both beginning and advanced workshops, in addition to ongoing internships for high school students dedicated to pursuing careers in sports medicine. The Team to Win mentoring program allows high school students to explore the field of sports medicine. The mentoring program is an educational outreach program designed to encourage interest in the field of medicine and facilitate opportunities to explore different medical disciplines.  The Foundation’s goal is to provide guidance for the students in the field of sports medicine, and provide them resources to assist them in choosing a career path. We provide guest speakers in the field of sports medicine to discuss their profession with the students in the mentoring program.

This educational resource mentoring program is an outreach program designed to encourage interest in the field of medicine and facilitate opportunities to explore different medical disciplines. The program is free to high school students. The program emphasizes these primary topics:  First Aid/CPR/AED, careers in Sports Medicine, speakers from different medical professions, college opportunities in sports medicine, injury recognition, injury treatment and rehabilitation, emergency management care of injuries, wound care, taping, bandaging, and splinting.
Contact the WCSMF at 310-726-0750 or events@wcsportsmed.com with questions.