Tuesday September 12, 2017
Southwest Minnesota State (D-II): Jason Zerbach, who previously served as the director of sports performance for Garden City CC (JC – KS), has been hired as director of sports performance.
Colorado State: Colorado State University Football Performance is now accepting applications for Strength and Conditioning Volunteer Interns for the Spring Semester 2018 (Jan 8, 2018-May 18, 2018). Daily responsibilities will include but are not limited to: assisting with supervision and execution of strength training programs specific to football, proper movement preparation, development and execution of speed & conditioning protocols, execution of proper motivational techniques, and most importantly, developing an understanding of the major health and safety risks in college football off-season training, etc. Compensation: Division 1 experience with earned recommendation for future career opportunities. Contact information for our former interns can be provided upon request for more information about the experience. NO MONETARY COMPENSATION WILL BE PROVIDED. Qualifications: Certification from one or more of the following (NSCA, CSCS; CSCCa, SCCC; USAW) are preferred. CSCCa mentorship program will be available for candidates seeking to obtain the SCCC certification. Those candidates who are selected for SCCC certification must remain for the full nine month mentorship to complete the requirements set forth by the CSCCa. Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree or be in the last semester of coursework for undergraduate degree in exercise physiology or related field of study. Expectations: “A note from the Head Strength Coach” As the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for Colorado State Football I am committed to the development & experience provided to the interns who participate in our program. Not only is it important to me to help prepare competent strength and conditioning professionals in our field, it is also critical to “pay it forward” for those who took a chance on me as an intern. I want candidates that are passionate about learning what it really takes to be a collegiate strength coach. I want candidates who are disciplined enough to make the most of every moment every day and not let “the grass is greener syndrome” consume them mentally. I want people who aren’t worried about when they will get a GA or an Assistant position, before they’ve mastered what it takes to be an intern. The truth is, this may not be the only internship you do before finding a paid position. If you have the grit, selflessness, and discipline to commit every day to improving as an intern your compensation will go well beyond any monetary value. I want candidates with a burning desire to learn, coach, work long hours, bring energy, passion, and a willingness to be uncomfortable on a daily basis. I want candidates that aren’t worried as much about the school they’re at or the town they’re living in as much as the relationships they get to create. Eligible candidates please send a resume with three professional references to [email protected]. Inquiries must be received by Dec 1 st, 2017 for full consideration. COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER, WHICH ENCOURAGES APPLICATIONS FROM MINORITY GROUP MEMBERS AND WOMEN.