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Friday July 12, 2013

Friday July 12, 2013s

Houston: Houston Cougar Sports Performance is accepting applications for our Sports Performance Internship Program. This is an unpaid position. Intern responsibilities include: Assisting with the supervision of training programs; Assisting with daily administrative and maintenance items; Completion of various educational assignments during the internship. Intern qualifications include: Punctuality; Enthusiasm; Strong work ethic; Ability to volunteer a minimum of 40 hours per week. Preferred qualifications include: Senior status or completion of a bachelor’s degree in exercise science or related field; CSCS, SCCC, or USAW certification; CPR certification. Interns will receive experience working in a Division I training environment, have the potential to earn recommendations for future career opportunities, and receive college credit if applicable. Cutoff date for application is Friday, August 2, 2013. For information regarding the application process contact Antwan Floyd via e-mail: avfloyd@central.uh.edu.

North Dakota State: The North Dakota State University Strength & Conditioning Department is actively seeking applicants for two paid internship positions (1 football, 1 Olympic sports) within our program for the 2013-14 academic year. These positions are for the entire school year will run from August to May. At the conclusion of the internship, candidates will have an opportunity to acquire a GA position within our program. Interns can expect to gain valuable, hands on experience in areas such as program design, exercise instruction, plyometric, speed and agility techniques, conditioning, facility and athlete management. Internship responsibilities will vary and will include various duties within the NDSU Strength & Conditioning Department. Hours will vary throughout the semester and may include early morning, late afternoon, or weekend hours. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in a related field required, CSCS preferred. Minimum GPA: 3.0. Must have a strong desire to pursue a career in strength and conditioning, possess an excellent work ethic and have the ability to take initiative and be pro-active. Previous weight room or athletic coaching experience preferred. Compensation: $6000 stipend per year. Academic credit available. Application: E-mail resume, cover letter, GPA, and names of three references to Director of Athletic Performance Jim Kramer at jim.kramer@ndsu.edu and Director of Athletic Performance – Olympic Sports Jason Miller at jason.s.miller@ndsu.edu.

Hawaii: Former Florida defensive tackle Gary Beemer is now the strength and conditioning coordinator at Hawaii.