- Carthage College
MEd, ATC, AEMT, SFMA
Jacob Dinauer is the Athletics Health Care Administrator, Head Athletic Trainer and a Senior Lecturer of Exercise and Sport Science. In this role Jake provides administrative oversight of medical services for all Carthage student-athletes. Additionally he ensures compliance with NCAA health and safety legislation and with interassociation consensus statements that impact student-athlete health and safety. Jake has completed additional training as an Advanced EMT and is a certified Selective Functional Movement Assessment provider. He provides athletic training services for football, men’s volleyball, and baseball.
Jake is a professor in the Athletic Training Education Program teaching AT 3040-Clinical Skills in Athletic Training, AT 3200-Athletic Training Practicum II, AT 3300-Athletic Training Practicum III, and EXS 200-Emergency Medical Response.
Jake received his bachelor’s degree in athletic training from Carthage in 2000, his master’s degree in education from Carthage in 2002, and joined the Carthage faculty in 2004. Prior to returning back to his alma mater Jake was employed as an Athletic Trainer/Corporate Fitness Consultant at NovaCare Rehabilitation.
A town of Raymond, Wisconsin, native, Jake volunteers as Assistant Chief on the Town of Raymond Fire and Rescue Department and is an adjunct Emergency Medical Services Instructor and NREMT Examiner at Gateway Technical College.
Prior to working as the Head Athletic Trainer, Jacob Dinauer served as Assistant Athletic Trainer and was a graduate assistant at Carthage, as well as an Athletic Trainer/Corporate Fitness Consultant at NovaCare Rehabilitation. He provides athletic training services for football, men’s volleyball, and baseball, and teaches courses in clinical skills, modalities in athletic training, and prevention and emergency care of athletic injuries.
Head Athletic Trainer; Athletics Health Care Administrator; Senior Lecturer, Exercise and Sport Science
- M.Ed. — Carthage College (2002)
- B.A. — Athletic Training, Carthage College (2000)
- AT 3040 - Clinical Skills in Athletic Training I
- AT 3200 - Athletic Training Practicum II
- AT 3300 - Athletic Training Practicum III
- EXS 200 - Emergency Medical Response