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Tuesday October 12, 2010

Florida Atlantic University: a NCAA Division 1 institution and member of the Sun Belt Conference invites those interested in pursuing a career in Strength and Conditioning to apply for a spring semester internship with the Strength and Conditioning Department. Potential interns will acquire valuable experience and knowledge while being a positive asset to FAU and its student-athletes.  Upon successful completion of this internship, one should posses and demonstrate the required abilities to advance in the field of Strength and Conditioning. Duties: Assist Strength and Conditioning staff with the implementation of strength training, conditioning and speed programs designed for 17 varsity teams, weight room upkeep, equipment maintenance and other duties assigned by the full time staff members. There will be an opportunity to have responsibility over 1 or more sports teams TBD by your comprehension, prior experience, knowledge and skill level. Qualifications: Potential interns must be self motivated and possess a strong interest in becoming a Strength and Conditioning Coach.  Candidates should have prior weight room experience via previous coaching experience and/or a background as a competitive athlete. In addition, candidates should be pursuing or just completed a Bachelors or Masters degree in exercise science or a related field a well as working towards a certification with the CSCCa or NSCA. Compensation: Class credit toward graduation requirements, valuable experience and knowledge and earned recommendation to pursue the next step in your career. This is an unpaid position. How to apply: A letter of interest, resume with mission statement, and a copy of a current CPR certification are required to be considered.  Please send these items to Strength and Conditioning Coach, Brian Remington at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sacramento State: Spring 2011 Volunteer Internship: California State University, Sacramento, an NCAA Division I (FCS Football) institution is accepting applications for Volunteer Strength and Conditioning Interns for Spring Semester 2011.  Duties: Assist Strength and Conditioning staff with the implementation of strength, speed, agility, flexibility and conditioning programs; facility maintenance and upkeep; other duties assigned by the strength and conditioning staff. Applicants must have a strong work ethic, be coachable and dependable, have a strong desire to become a strength and conditioning professional, and be CPR/First Aid certified. Preferred qualifications include: pursuing Bachelors or Masters Degree in Physical Education, Exercise Science or related field; working towards NSCA-CSCS, SCCC, and/or USAW certifications. This is a Non Paid/Volunteer position. Compensation: experience and knowledge working at the Division 1 level and earned recommendation in your career path. Hours for internship: 25 hours minimum per week. Application deadline is November 1, 2010. Internship dates: January 10 thru May 19, 2011. Send cover letter, resume, three professional references, and a copy of a current CPR certification to be considered to Terrance A. Brooks, Director of Strength and Conditioning, Sacramento State, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or mail to: Broad Field House, 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95819. No phone calls please.

Monday October 12, 2010

Georgia Tech: The Department of Strength & Conditioning has two openings for a Non-Compensated/Volunteer Internship for the Spring 2011 Semester. The position will primarily be working with Football. The Georgia Tech Strength and Conditioning Staff are looking for someone that is eager to learn, highly motivated and wants pursue a career in Strength and Conditioning. This position will give hands on coaching experience at the Division-1 Level in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Daily Responsibilities Include: 1.) Assist with supervision of daily workouts. 2.) Teaching student athletes proper technique and equipment use. 3.) Daily upkeep of facilities. All Finalists for the Internship will receive a background check before being hired. If you are interested, Complete the following Instructions: 1.) Send Cover Letter, Resume and 3 professional references. 2.) Create a Video of yourself performing a Hang Snatch, Power Clean, Split Jerk, Back Squat and Front Squat. 3.) Please No Phone Calls. 4.) Deadline is December 1st. Send to: Lewis Caralla, Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach, Georgia Institute of Technology, 150 Bobby Dodd Way, Atlanta, GA 30332. Or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sunday October 10, 2010

UT-Pan American: University of North Florida head strength coach Joe Collins accepted the head strength position at University of Texas - Pan American.

Saturday October 9, 2010

Arizona State University: Sports Performance Internship . Job Description: The goal of our program is to provide an encompassing view of collegiate strength and conditioning, including programming, exercise technique, facility upkeep and exposure to a diverse array of 21 sports in a high paced environment. As an intern in the ASU Sports Performance program you will have the opportunity to gain real world in the trenches coaching experience; you will also learn under the bar while training in the program. Aside from the daily duties required of the position there will be assigned readings and projects to further the development of your knowledge base. This internship is designed for you to develop the needed experience and skills to make you a stronger candidate in taking the next step in your coaching career – this typically being a graduate assistant coaching position. This internship is intended for those whose #1 goal is to become a Sports Performance Coach at the collegiate level. Qualifications: In pursuit of or recent completion of a Bachelors or Masters degree in an exercise science related field.  Experience in a collegiate strength and conditioning setting. A strong desire to become a strength and conditioning coach at the collegiate level. Certification or working towards certification with the NSCA-CSCS, CSCCa, and/or USAW. Compensation: This is an unpaid position with no housing or meal assistance.   Internship credit hours may be obtained. Expansion of your professional network and references. How To Apply: Email a Cover Letter, Resume and 3 References to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. No Applications Accepted After November 5th 2010, Internship Dates: January 12th to May 5th 2011

 

 

Monday October 3, 2010

Rice: We hear there is an assistant strength position open at Rice.

Missouri: The University Of Missouri Department Of Athletic Performance is now accepting applications for the position of Volunteer Intern with 2 positions available for the Spring Semester of 2011.  Daily responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  assistance of supervision for daily activities, set up and break down for daily activities, routine maintenance, weekly projects and reports, and assistance with execution of workout design and implementation for various sports.  There is no monetary compensation provided, however, there will be opportunities for professional development. All prospective interns are expected to have outstanding work ethics and attention to detail.   Certified individuals are preferred, but it is not a requirement.  Resumes must be in before November 1st. Please email a cover letter, resume, and three references to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If there are any questions or concerns, please contact Bryan Mann at (573) 884-0105 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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