Established in 2005, NATAPAC works on behalf of all athletic trainers to enhance health care for both athletic trainers and those who receive care.
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NATAPAC is the voice of the athletic training profession, seeking better working conditions, fair access and the right to practice for all athletic trainers across America. Do you want to make a difference in the future of the athletic training profession? Enter the NATAPAC site to find out how.
Photos Available from the Sold-Out NATAPAC Breakfast
More than 220 attendees packed the house for NATAPAC’s annual breakfast at shi year’s convention in Las Vegas. Keynote speaker and Hall of Famer Sandy Miller spoke to the crowd about the importance of passing along the history of NATA and how his career evolved throughout the years. Visit our PhotoZone to view and download photos from the sold-out event.
Goldenberg’s Free Fall Fundraiser Triples Its Goal
Last year, District Two Director Michael Goldenberg – who is traditionally not a fan of heights – agreed to bungee jump off the Stratosphere Tower (read: 108 stories) if fellow NATA members could raise $1,000 for NATAPAC. Not only did Goldenberg’s leap of faith generate more than $3,000 for the committee, it was also caught on camera. Watch the video below to see Goldenberg in action.