Gatorade & SSATC Announce New Award

Gatorade & SSATC Announce New Award

Gatorade is announcing a new award for secondary school ATs. Read all about it on NATA Now.

NATA 2015 Website

NATA 2015 Website

It's time to start planning for NATA 2015! Visit our brand new website to see the latest information.

Scott Sailor Wins Presidential Election

Scott Sailor Wins Presidential Election

The results of our presidential election are finalized, and Scott Sailor, EdD, ATC, has been voted by the membership to be our next president.

November NATA News

November NATA News

Get to know our next president in the November NATA News. Plus, past presidents weigh in on their legacies and give advice to young ATs.

Enter the #ATsAre Contest to Win a Trip to NATA 2015

Enter the #ATsAre Contest to Win a Trip to NATA 2015

Have you entered the NATA social media contest? Complete the sentence “#ATsAre ___” and you might win a free trip to NATA 2015!

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