TSUSOTA

TSU SOTA Mission Statement

Tennessee State University’s Student Occupational Therapy Association (TSU SOTA) promotes professional and educational growth through social activities, fundraising events, and community involvement. Building on the TSU curriculum, we work to unite the diverse student body by advocating for the profession, as we strive towards excellence as therapists.

Purpose
- To promote professional growth and knowledge in the field of Occupational Therapy
- To increase awareness and advocate for the profession of Occupational Therapy through social activities, fundraising events, and community involvement.
- To serve as a forum to discuss issues relative to MOT
- To promote the objectives of the American Occupational Therapy Association.
- To promote the objectives of the Tennessee Occupational Therapy Association.

Meet TSU SOTA's 2019-2020 Team
SOTA Team 2019-2020

 

Back Row (L-R):

Delaney Burton - AOTA Representative

Blaine Coffey - President

Isabel Morgan - Secretary

Clara Schmittou - Treasurer

Front Row (L-R)

Ginny Monahan - TNOTA Representative

Abbey Fricker - Public Relations

Cassie Oliver - Vice President

Rebecca Kaiser - Fundraising Chair

 SOTA Events:

Mentor-Mentee Program
Welcome Cookout - TBA
Community Fundraiser Events

SOTA Links:
TSU SOTA Bylaws 
SOTA Newsletter
FAQ
Volunteer Opportunities
Calendar - Upcoming Events
Previous MOT classes
TSU MOT Alumni (Facebook)