Hi! My name is Danny Lam. I am a Senior at Etowah High School, Class of 2018. This will be my first and final year here as an Student Athletic Training Aide. My favorite sports to work/watch are football, basketball, soccer, and wrestling. I really enjoy this program so much. Alex, Kirby and the rest of the staff are like family to me. We have fun and learn, but when there is an injury we quickly get serious on our jobs.
Hi my name is Makenzie Rowell and I am a junior at Etowah! I have been a part of the Athletic Training Student Aide Program for the past two years now, and I have enjoyed it very much! My future goal is to become a nurse and work with children and by being a part of this program I have been given the chance to learn new things about the field of healthcare which will help me succeed in the future! This program has helped me to realize just exactly how passionate I am about working in healthcare and I am super grateful for that!
My name is Gloria Gill, I attend Etowah High School, and I am an Athletic Training Student Aide under Alex King and Kirby Bertram. I am a junior and have been a part of the Athletic Training Student Aide Program for two years. One day I stumbled upon an advertisement for the program in the cafeteria, and it sparked my interest. Since that time I have learned various techniques and medical tips viewing actual injuries sustained by my fellow athletic peers. Because of this experience, I feel confident about pursuing a career in the medical field in the future
My name is Ariel Roberts and I am the graduating class of 2019 at Etowah High School. During my sophomore year, I was the girls’ lacrosse manager. Because I enjoyed this experience so much, I decided to become more involved in Etowah sports by becoming an Athletic Training Student Aide my junior year. Football season this fall was incredible and lit a passion inside of me to continue to pursue sports medicine in my future. I both love the excitement of watching the games and helping the athletes with their injuries and becoming the best that they can be. I can’t wait to see our athletes succeed the remainder of my time at Etowah. After my high school career, my goal is to attend The Ohio State University and continue in my sports medicine journey.