NATA 2023 Volunteer Opportunities

The NATA has launched our Spring 2023 Volunteer Recruitment Campaign thisweek and has 61 opportunities available for application. Please please view the PDF for a full list of those opportunities. The directlink to the GATHER posting is in the document....

2022-NHATA-Award Winners

2022 NHATA Award WinnersThe 2022 NHATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer award winner is Kelly Griffin-Brown.  Kelly is a long serving member of the NHATA and is the head athletic trainer at Proctor Academy.  In addtiona to these responsibilities Kelly serves as a...

2022 NHATA Student Symposium

2022 Scholarship winners with UNH's Dan Sedory and NHATA Executive council.  Left to right:  Interim-President-Elect Ben Town, Secretary Patricia Kelshaw, President Len Angelli, Dan Sedory, Colby-Sawyer's Noah Smith (D1 Dan Sedory Award winner), Jen Hollis (NHATA...


Athletic Training students in professional programs are invited to apply for the  Dan Sedoary District 1 Scholarship and NHATA Student Scholarships.  To learn more, please visit our scholarships page.


Left to right:  Sandy Snow NHATA-Past-President, Diane Sartaniowicz District 1 President, Cliff Chulada 2021 NHATA MDAT, Len Angelli NHATA President and Linda Levy EATA PresidentJanuary 8, 2022:  Cliff Chulada has been awarded the 2021 New Hampshire Athletic Trainers'...

Sandy snow 2021 nata impact advocacy winner

Sandy Snow - NATA Impact Advocacy Award WinnerNHATA Past-President Sandy Snow has been awarded the 2021 NATA Impacted Advocacy Award winner. The Impact Advocacy Award recognizes an athletic trainer’s early, passionate, and consistent involvement in governmental...

NH COVID-19 Vaccine

NH-COVID-Vaccine-OPLC-special-noticeDownload On December 29, 2020 the Office of Professional License and Certification (OPLC) distributed emails to licensed athletic trainers with a special notice on vaccine information for "Most-Risk" ambulatory care and health care...

New Hampshire Athletic Training Fact Sheet

The purposes for which the NHATA is organized and shall be operated are as follows:

  • To enhance the quality of health care for the physically active.
  • To advance the profession of athletic training through education and research in the prevention, evaluation, management, and rehabilitation of injuries.
  • To safeguard and advance the interests of its members by presenting the profession’s viewpoints, concerns, and other important information to the media and to appropriate legislative, administrative, regulatory, and private sector bodies, and by developing a working relationship with appropriate governmental and private sector not-for-profit and for-profit entities.
  • To advance members’ levels of knowledge through the collection, interpretation, and dissemination of information on subjects appropriate to the profession.