Jason Anderson enters his third year as an athletic trainer for the Worcester State University Athletic Department. As an athletic trainer, Anderson is responsible for the prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries of Worcester State University’s student-athletes.
Prior to joining Worcester State University, Anderson worked as the assistant athletic trainer at Becker College for two years. He primarily covered soccer, volleyball, field hockey, women’s ice hockey, women’s basketball, lacrosse, tennis, equestrian, and golf. While at Becker College, Anderson also supervised federal work study students.
Anderson is Athletic Training BOC Certified and has his Massachusetts Athletic Training Licensure. He began his journey to become an athletic trainer as an undergraduate student at the University of Florida. Anderson gained clinical experience with Division I Intercollegiate athletics, including track and field, baseball, cheerleading, and volleyball.
Anderson attended Bridgewater State University as a graduate athletic training student. He was a graduate research assistant, gaining experience as a teacher’s assistant and guest lecturer.
Anderson has experience as a supervising fitness instructor, in which he taught a fitness class which focused on core strength and stability. Additionally, Anderson organized a strength and fitness competition and constructed workout programs catered to specific injury rehabilitations.
Anderson received his Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Physiology and Kinesiology from the University of Florida in 2011, and then his Master of Science Degree in Athletic Training from Bridgewater State in 2014.
Anderson currently resides in Holden with his wife Wendy.