Student Programs & Internships

Clinical Pathways for Early Clinicians

Clinical Pathways is designed for the needs of new graduates at the beginning of their career journeys. Cohorts run multiple times per year, and participants are immersed in a rich onboarding program for 12-18 months designed to bridge the transition from novice PT student to effective, confident clinical professional who can predictably deliver the best results and outcomes for patients. Pathways clinicians will be assigned to one of ATI's growth locations, and upon graduation may request a transfer to any open Physical Therapist position across our vast national footprint.

Licensed Pathways clinicians are paid and work as full-time physical therapists, and participate across all levels of ATI's total rewards program, including best-in-class benefits, competitive full-time salary, and ATI's Clinician Incentive Program. Relocation assistance is also provided for this program.

Unique to Pathways, clinicians also receive ongoing development support throughout assignments (including Grand Rounds) and continual consultation with ATI's internal experts to expand their clinical toolkits and effectiveness.

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Clinical Rotation Program

ATI Physical Therapy’s Clinical Rotation Program is designed for college students pursuing degrees in Physical Therapy, Physical Therapy Assistant, Occupational Therapy, Occupational Therapy Assistant or Athletic Training who are required to gain hands-on experience within a clinical setting as part of their practical, in-clinic academic requirements.

All Clinical Rotation Program placement requests must be submitted by a faculty member from the student’s college or university. Successful completion of the Clinical Rotation program often serves as a stepping stone into the ATI Pathways Program for New Graduates.

Student Observation Program

The Student Observation Program provides individual undergraduate students or applicants seeking to get into PT school an opportunity to observe physical therapy in a clinical setting for a maximum of 80 hours within a 90-day period.

Eligible students must present documentation to demonstrate an educational interest in one of the following roles: Physical Therapist, Physical Therapy Assistant, Occupational Therapist, Occupational Therapy Assistant or Athletic Trainer.

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