Pitt Will Hold a Hands-on Sports Medicine Workshop
The three-day seminar allows high-schoolers to peer behind the scenes of the world of sports.
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University of Pittsburgh holds athletic training workshop for teens
Sports abound this summer — baseball, the World Cup, Tour de France. The University of Pittsburgh and UPMC Sports Medicine’s three-day workshop in athletic training will give high-schoolers an opportunity to peer behind the scenes of the world of sports. The hands-on session, to be held July 29-31 at The Ellis School, will help to prepare students hoping to pursue careers in sports medicine.
The workshop costs $55; call UPMC Center for Sports Medicine at 412/432-3770 to register by July 8.
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