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Friday February 24, 2012

Friday February 24, 2012

North Carolina State: There are two 3-month internship positions available for young professionals for this summer session 2012. A cover letter, resume, and two professional letters of professional recommendation are needed to apply at packinternship@gmail.com before March 1st. Qualified candidates will then be offered a phone interview upon request. Graduated college seniors, graduate students, and young professionals who have a strong desire to enter the Strength and Conditioning profession are encouraged to apply. All applicants should have current CPR/First Aid, liability insurance, and have their CSCS certification before the internship begins. The program is in its eighth year with over 30 past participants who have coached and developed under this program. The internship program is designed to be highly interactive with both athletes and coaches. A student Intern should be committed to the profession of strength and conditioning; and as such, be willing and eager to participate in all facets of program development. The student will learn to establish themselves as a coach among the athletes and will conduct him or herself accordingly. Developing a positive rapport with athletes, while maintaining a professional distance, is required. They will report directly to the internship director and one full-time member of Strength and Conditioning staff. They will earn the opportunity to coach assigned teams, under the supervision of the full-time staff, and take direction from strength and conditioning coaches for those assigned teams. 

Utah: Sources tell us that former North Alabama head strength coach Jordan Hicks has accepted an assistant strength job at Utah. We had heard recently that he was offered the head job at Akron. Update> Sources confirm he was offered the job but declined. We are told the Akron head job is still open.