The Michigan Athletic Trainer’s Society is a professional membership organization for Athletic Trainers (AT), Athletic Training students, and others who seek to advance the profession of Athletic Training in the State of Michigan. Athletic Trainers are recognized as allied health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to optimize activity and participation of patients and clients. Athletic training encompasses the prevention, clinical evaluation and assessment, and intervention of emergency, acute, and chronic medical conditions involving impairment, functional limitations, and disabilities.   

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SPONSORSHIP/DONATIONS

Chair 

Andrew Stoll, MA, AT, ATC
Wayne State University

mats.sponsorships@gmail.com

Committee Members

Taylor Hoekwater, MSA, AT, ATC, EMT-B
Central Michigan University 

 

Cathy Bersuder, MS, AT, ATC

Davenport University

Sub-Committee: Golf Chair

Phil Johnson MA, AT, ATC
University of Michigan

 

 

Our sponsors have been very generous in backing Athletic Trainers in the state of Michigan and enabled the organization to provide quality continuing education for our members and students at the annual clinical symposium and other events throughout the year.

 

We hope you will consider engaging with our members by supporting the organization this year. Please click on the red box above to find our 2019 Sponsorship Opportunities, and review our current opportunities and their benefits to you and your organization.

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The Sponsorship and Donation Committee is responsible for facilitating the offering of member events via procuring fiscal donations and sponsorships from entities supportive of the Athletic Training profession.

A Subcommittee of Sponsorship and Donations is the Golf Outing Committee which is responsible for hosting the Annual Carrier Classic Golf Outing. This outing is at Hawk Hollow an annual event for MATS and precedes our annual clinical symposium in June.

Functions and Responsibilities of these two committees include:

  1. Oversee any and all fund raising activities that occur within MATS.

  2. Work with committee chairs to coordinate and pursue donations of money, goods and/or services when needed to support special or non-budgeted MATS projects.

  3. Determine with the Treasurer the monetary values of donated goods, supplies and services.

  4. Maintain an annual written record of all fund raising activities for the Finance Committee and the IRS.

  5. Make recommendations when needed to waive dues of Supplier members.

  6. One member represents MATS to the Research Education Foundation of the NATA.

  7. Chairperson is a member of the Finance Committee.

  8. Coordinate a sponsor recognition program (along with PEC, and Awards committees).