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Monday June 15, 2015

Monday June 15, 2015

Minot State: Minot State University, a Division II school in the NSIC, is currently accepting applications for a Graduate Assistant in Strength and Conditioning. This position will begin 8/10/2015. Compensation includes a full tuition waiver and a $5,000 stipend. Candidates must be admissible to the graduate program. Graduate assistant will report to the Director of Strength and Conditioning and will be responsible to work directly with all members of the athletic and Strength and Conditioning staff. Responsibilities assigned by the Director of Strength and Conditioning will include but are not limited to: The development and implementation of training programs for assigned teams; Assessment and instruction of posture, lifting technique, multi-directional movement mechanics, flexibility/mobility drills, agility and coordination drills, plyometrics, balance drills, vision training, and testing/assessing modalities; Strength room upkeep and equipment maintenance. Candidates must hold a BA/BS in exercise science or a health related field and be working toward certification as a CSCS with the National Strength & Conditioning Association, USAW Level 1 throught United States Weightlifting, or the SCCC through the CSCCa. Previous strength and conditioning internship experience preferred. Experience with Olympic lifts preferred. Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel preferred. Qualified applicants email cover letter, resume and references to

Army: Army THOR3 program strength coach Jared Aurich has passed away after a battle with cancer. Those interested in helping his surviving wife and three kids can visit this link.

Buffalo: State University of New York at Buffalo Football Strength and Conditioning Staff is seeking highly motivated, hardworking candidates for a Football strength and conditioning internship for the Fall 2015. Duties will include assisting the strength and conditioning staff with all aspects of the athletic performance program as well as daily maintenance of weight room and facilities. This is an UNPAID position, living and transportation arrangements will NOT be provided. If chosen for this internship opportunity you will gain valuable experience, be educated on training philosophy, Olympic lifting modalities, and how to structure and execute a successful strength and conditioning program. Minimum qualifications: Strong work ethic and desire to become a strength and conditioning professional. Candidates should have or be working towards attaining their bachelor’s or master’s degree in a related field and at least one of the following Certifications or in the process of acquiring these certifications: CSCS, SCCC. Preferred qualifications: Prior experience, Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree or enrolled in Bachelor’s or Master’s program, CSCS. Interested Candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and three (3) professional references to: Jon Girard, Assistant Football Strength and Conditioning Coach at

North Dakota State: The North Dakota State University Strength & Conditioning Department is actively seeking interested students to fulfill UNPAID internship positions with our Olympic sports program for Fall 2015. Interns will take part in a formal internship curriculum and 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. The quality of the interns experience is directly related to the effort and commitment that is put forth. Student’s who ask questions, get involved and make an effort to go above and beyond will be rewarded with a successful experience. Requirements: Graduate or undergraduate students working towards a degree in exercise science or a related field. Must have a strong desire to pursue a career in strength and conditioning. Previous weight room or athletic experience preferred. Compensation: Academic credit only, this is an unpaid internship. Application: E-mail resume, cover letter, and names of 3 professional references to Jason Miller, Director of Athletic Performance – Olympic Sports at