Wednesday July 21, 2010
Charleston Southern: is accepting applications for Strength & Conditioning Internships. Internships are available at the beginning of every semester; summer, fall, and spring. This is an up-paid internship working with Division 1 (FCS Football) athletics program. Candidates will get the opportunity to get hands on experience with In-Season and Off-Season training programs for a variety of sport programs. Also there is a program curriculum required to be completed during the internship. Responsibilities will include: Assisting with the implementation of CSU Strength & Conditioning Program, Teaching proper lifting technique to student athletes, Daily maintenance of the weight room, and any other tasks assigned by Head Strength & Coach. Charleston Southern University is a Christian University in Charleston South Carolina with about 3000 students that compete in the Big South Conference. Candidate must comply with all University polices and procedures during the internship. Contact Information. Tobias J Jacobi CSCS & USAW, Director of Strength & Conditioning, Charleston Southern University Athletics, Charleston, SC 29406
Tuesday July 20, 2010
Penn: Our sources tell us University of Pittsburgh assistant strength coach Stephen Brindle accepted an assistant strength position at the University of Penn.
Monday July 19, 2010
Thursday July 15, 2010
Wednesday July 14, 2010
TCU: Fall semester August - December 2010. Internship progam. Internships through the TCU Strength & Conditioning department are available to those who would like to pursue a career in Strength & Conditioning. The TCU Strength & Conditioning Department is a teaching department that offers our interns hands-on experience as well as prepares them to become qualified Strength & Conditioning professionals. Interns will have the opportunity to work with all sixteen (16) of TCU's Men's and Women's sports totaling more than 400 student-athletes. We believe in providing a comprehensive education as the department is headed by Don Sommer, a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach. COMPENSATION: This is a non-paid position but offers the opportunity of advancement in the field of strength and conditioning as well as the fulfillment of credit hours towards a degree program. QUALIFICATIONS: Working towards a certification through NSCA, or CSCCa. Desire to make strength and conditioning your desired profession.