The BOC is seeking nominations of individuals who may be interested in serving as a Public Director on the BOC Board of Directors.
Candidates for Public Director must demonstrate an interest in health and safety through a willingness to be a public advocate for consumers of athletic training services; however, candidates must not practice as a BOC Certified Athletic Trainer as their primary means of employment.
The Nominating Committee will review applications, conduct interviews and make their recommendation to the BOC Board of Directors. The Board will then appoint the new member November 1.
The new Public Director will take office January 2018, following a year of mentorship and learning as a Public Director-elect. Terms are 3 years, with the possibility of reappointment for 1 term.
Public Director Qualifications
Any person who is not qualified to be an Athletic Trainer Director or Physician Director shall be eligible for appointment as a Public Director who: