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Monday March 14 , 2016

Monday March 14, 2016

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Marshall: The Marshall Strength and Conditioning Department is now accepting applications for its 2016 Spring/Summer Internship Program. This is an unpaid position (no-monetary) compensation will be provided. However the position offers the opportunity of advancement in the field of strength and conditioning, as well as the fulfillment of credit hours towards a degree program. Candidates interested in this position should be: hardworking, passionate, detail orientated individuals, who have the desire to work in the strength and conditioning field at the collegiate level. Applicants should hold a BA/BS in Exercise Science or a Health Related field and be working toward certification as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the NSCA, or the SCCC through the CSCCa. Responsibilities will include: Daily maintenance of the facility and all of its equipment. Daily setup and break down of weight room and field workouts, and supervision of training sessions. This program will also consist of weekly educational projects and reports. Interested applicants should email a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Brad Bielaniec at bielaniec@marshall.edu.

New Mexico State: New Mexico State University (Sunbelt/WAC) is currently accepting applications for FOUR Summer UNPAID Internships for Summer 2016. The dates, which are somewhat flexible, are May 18th – July 28th. Selected interns will be working with 8 of the 17 sports at NMSU, including Football. Job duties will include assisting the Sports Performance Staff in all aspects of running a Sports Performance Department at the highest possible level. First priority will be assisting in implementation of strength and power development, linear and lateral speed development, plyometric periodization, and all aspects of conditioning. These responsibilities will go along with assisting in facility maintenance and aiding in enforcing weight room policies and procedures. QUALIFICAITONS: Applicants must be pursuing a career as a collegiate strength and conditioning coach. Additionally, the applicant must be completing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Exercise Science or a related field, or looking to fulfill the obligations required to become SCC certified. Preference will be given to applicants who have obtained their SCCC, CSCS, USAW, and CPR certifications. They must have a strong work ethic, outstanding energy, enthusiasm, and a great desire to learn about the strength and conditioning profession. BENEFITS: If accepted, interns will gain the experience of operating in a Sports Performance Department at a D-1 (FBS) school. They will learn proper exercise techniques, correct exercise prescriptions, and develop leadership skills that are critical to being an effective coach. If desired, applicants can complete their SCCC (CSCCa) internship portion of their certification under mentor Don Decker (Director of Sports Performance (CSCCa Board Member). Additionally, selected interns will gain knowledge on data management, bar velocity and training standards, become proficient using the EliteForm system located on all 24 platforms and gain a working knowledge of the Medtronic Zephyr Performance System. All interested applicants email a cover letter, resume, and references to Akeem Robinson, Senior Associate Director of Sports Performance at akeemr@nmsu.edu.

South Carolina: The University of South Carolina Strength & Conditioning department are accepting applications, through April 1st, for the position of Strength and Conditioning Interns for Football Spotters and Track & Field for the Summer 2016 semester (May 25th- July 29th). This is a highly competitive and demanding internship. Compensation: Division I experience, earned recommendation for future career opportunities, and college credit toward graduation if applicable. No monetary compensation will be provided. Qualifications: Minimum requirements: Strong work ethic, Highly motivated; Must be in a Bachelor’s degree program geared toward Exercise Physiology or a related field; CPR/AED certification; Experience as a college athlete or in a college strength and conditioning setting. To apply for one of the positions, e-mail a cover letter, resume, list of three (3) professional references, to David Feeley at FEELEYDJ@mailbox.sc.edu. Please no faxed resumes or phone calls.

Florida Gulf Coast: Florida Gulf Coast University is in search of a Graduate Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach to assist with daily operations. This position begins Fall 2016. The Graduate Assistant Strength Coach will play an integral role within the Strength & Conditioning team. Responsibilities include assisting with strength and conditioning sessions, assisting with programming and implementation of training for assigned sports, assisting with maintaining the upkeep and cleanliness of the facilities, contributing to the implementation and development of the internship experience and participating in continuing education to further improve practical knowledge. Appointment of the Graduate Assistant position is dependent on admission into the graduate program. Preference will be shown to those with Baseball experience. Graduate Program Details: We are unable to offer an out-of-state tuition waiver so if you are an out-of-state candidate, you are responsible for the difference. We are offering $12,500 per year, $6,250 per semester. What remains after buying books is yours to use as you see fit. In state tuition is $373.38 per credit hour and out-of-state is $1,300.66 per credit hour. All graduate programs are not compatible with this position (physical therapy is one not compatible due to course demands). Follow this link for further information. Candidates must possess the following: certification in NSCA, CSCS or CSCCa, be CPR/First Aid certified, experience as a strength and conditioning coach working with baseball, and/or softball (prefereably at the Division I level). If interested please email resume, and 3 references in one file (PDF or Word Document) to Randy Popple, Strength & Conditioning Coordinator at rpfgcustrength@gmail.com