Monday October 26, 2015
Wisconsin: The University of Wisconsin Football Strength and Conditioning Internship program is currently accepting applications for the spring 2016 semester. The internship will begin January 19th, 2016 and will end May 6th, 2016. These internships are unpaid and non-coaching positions. Prerequisites: The candidate must be pursuing or have completed a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science or related field and be CPR and First Aid certified. Candidates must be considering pursuing or possess a certification through the CSCCa and/or NSCA. Those accepted will assist in the day to day operations of the facility, including: cleaning and maintenance duties, set-up and break-down of equipment for all workouts, data collection and potentially assist with catapult systems. The intern program consists of mock interviews, presentations to the staff, weekly assignments and evaluations. Candidates must possess strong work ethic, character, 100% commitment to the program and a desire to pursue a career in the strength and conditioning field. This is an opportunity to gain experience at the Division 1 level and to expand knowledge in this field. To apply: Please submit cover letter, resume, three references and contact information to Shaun Snee, Football Internship Director, Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach via email at email@example.com.
Salisbury (MD): The Salisbury University Sports Performance Program is currently accepting applications for 4 volunteer positions for the SPRING 2016 semester. The volunteer position will begin on January 18th and continue through May 13th 2016. This is an unpaid position and no monetary compensation will be provided. JOB DESCRIPTION: Candidates will have the opportunity to work hands on with elite collegiate athletes while gaining valuable experience in all areas of sports performance. Candidates will participate in a curriculum based educational program that will not only enhance training knowledge but also improve coaching ability. QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants should possess a strong work ethic with a desire to become the best possible performance coach they can become. Passion and enthusiasm for training college athletes should be evident. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Possess a strong knowledge base on training methods with previous experience in Olympics lifts. Have obtained or working towards a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science or related field. Currently certified or in the process of attaining a national certification: CSCS, USAW, or CSCCa. Applicants should sent the following document to the Coordinator of Sports Performance, Matt Nein, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org . Documents received by 11/23/15 will receive first consideration. Applications will be evaluated until the 4 positions have been filled. 1. Resume with References 2. Cover Letter 3. Video link of you performing the following lifts and coaching one of them a. Bench Press, Squat, Clean, Deadlift.