Outstanding Student of the Year Award Presented to Baker College Student
November 12, 2018
Kameron Joostberns pictured with award and Clinical Coordinator Susan Tomica, PT and Program Director Sarah Case, PT.
Each year the Michigan Physical Therapy Association solicits recommendations for "Outstanding Student" from all physical therapist and physical therapist assistant programs in the state of Michigan. These awards are intended for students who:
are in the final year of their professional curriculum
have a cumulative grade-point average (GPA) of 3.2 or higher
are a member of the APTA/MPTA
have demonstrated "outstanding" participation in academic, professional and related community activities.
We are proud to announce that Student Physical Therapist Assistant Kameron Joostberns was awarded the Outstanding Student of the Year Award for Baker College at the annual MPTA Fall Conference in Traverse City. This event offers the opportunity to network and meet with physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and students in physical therapy from across the state.
"Kameron is very passionate about the field of physical therapy and excels in his coursework and lab skills,” said Physical Therapy Assistant Program Director Sarah Case. “Kameron’s background, aptitude and willingness to learn are foundations for a long and productive career in this field."