Thursday May 21, 2020

Army: Apply now to Army West Point’s one-of-a-kind Strength Internship!! This is a volunteer, unpaid internship and—let’s be honest—you will be expected to do boring, menial, grunt work. But you can also expect to be treated with dignity and respect! We will take you be by the hand through our curriculum which we designed to give you the knowledge and experience that can’t be had through a kinesiology degree or a certification exam. By the end of your internship, you will have your own, personal written coaching philosophy in hand. You will have your own, personal S&C programs from a variety of sports—programs designed in Microsoft excel and polished enough to be taken on a future interview. You will have your own, personal network of strength coaches from around the country. You will have hands-on experience working with athletes (and if you’re properly certified, we may even let you spearhead a team on your own). In short, we are here to help you become a coach and get a job! Can we trust you? Are you committed to excellence in the profession? Do you genuinely care about others? Are you currently certified in CPR/AED? We require you to be able to say ‘yes’ to all these questions. We prefer you to have a CSCS or SCCC certification. The internship begins August 12th and runs through 2020-2021 academic school year. If interested, please send a letter of application, resume, and three professional references to Kenna Smoak at [email protected]. Go Army! Beat Navy!

East Tennessee State: East Tennessee State University Football Strength & Conditioning is looking for THREE hard working, enthusiastic, energetic volunteer interns who can communicate, are confident, mentally tough, and can have a presence with coaching Division 1 Football Student-Athletes for the Summer 2020 Semesters and Fall 2020 Semester.  The individuals chosen for this position must be able to begin June/July (Depending on Covid-19) and work through August 1st for the Summer and August 1st through December for the Fall Semester. This is an UNPAID position, in which the successful candidates can receive academic credit if applicable, experience working with a Division 1 Strength & Conditioning program, and consideration for a GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIP with ETSU Football S&C. Candidates must be completing or have completed a degree in Exercise Science or a related field, and have a current CPR/AED and First Aid Certification. The successful candidates should have a strong desire to not only pursue Strength and Conditioning Coaching as a career, but to also obtain Strength and Conditioning Coaching Certifications either from the CSCCa or the NSCA. A CSCCa 640-Hour Mentorship can be completed during this internship. Subject line of the email should include your name, Summer and/or Fall 2020 Internship. Please send a cover letter, resume and a list of three references to Assistant Coach Dylan Leffingwell: [email protected].

NJIT: The NJIT Strength and Conditioning Department is looking for intern strength and conditioning coaches for the fall 2020 semester. There is the potential for a small stipend that will be paid out at the end of the semester. This position will have the opportunity to gain knowledge and hands-on experience at the Division 1 level with a variety of sports. The position will also have the opportunity to work with GPS monitoring and Velocity-Based Training technology. Responsibilities: Assist in all aspects of the strength and conditioning program, as assigned. Requirements: Working toward or completion of a Bachelor’s degree in a related field. First Aid/CPR/AED Certified. Preferred: CSCS or SCCC. Looking to move into a full-time position in strength and conditioning. Experience in a weight room, in collegiate athletics, and/or experience working with collegiate student-athletes. To learn more about NJIT Athletics, please go to njithighlanders.com. If interested, please email Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, Drew Culp, a cover letter, resume and references at [email protected].

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