Monday February 13, 2012
South Carolina: The University of South Carolina Football Strength and Conditioning department are accepting applications for the position of Football Intern for the Summer Training session (10-weeks). There are two positions available. This is a highly competitive and demanding internship. The daily responsibilities will include: assist with supervision and execution of strength training, speed, and conditioning programs; attending to the daily maintenance of the training facilities and participation in professional development curriculum and various projects. The University of South Carolina is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to its programs, and facilities without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, or veteran status. Compensation: Division I Intercollegiate experience, earned recommendation toward further success as a Strength & Conditioning Coach, and college credit toward graduation if applicable. 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. Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in a program geared toward Exercise Physiology or a related field, nationally-accredited strength and condition certification (PES, CSCS, USAW, SCCC, etc.), To apply for one of the positions, e-mail/mail a cover letter, resume, mission statement, list of professional references, and a video of yourself teaching the Back Squat, Bench Press, and Olympic Lift of your choice to assistant strength & conditioning coach Mike Sirignano, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please no faxed resumes or phone calls.
Rutgers: Assistant strength coach Jeremy Cole has been promoted to head strength coach. Jay Butler did go with Greg Schiano to Tampa.
Penn State: Dwight Galt IV has followed head strength coach Craig Fitzgerald from South Carolina to Penn State. Dwight's father Dwight Galt III is the head strength coach at Vanderbilt.