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Strength Scoop - Monday March 19, 2018

Monday March 19, 2018


Indianapolis: The University of Indianapolis Strength & Conditioning program is currently accepting applications for volunteer strength and conditioning interns for Summer 2018. This is an unpaid position that will last for the duration of the summer with an estimated start date of May 7 th , 2018. Applicants can receive academic credits if applicable. An educational curriculum will be provided as well as practical experience working with all students-athletes. Required qualifications include working towards or completion of Bachelor’s degree in exercise science or related field, strong desire to become a strength and conditioning professional, possess a strong work ethic, able to work a minimum of 40 hours a week, and a strong desire to learn and teach the Olympic weightlifting movements. Please submit a letter of application, resume, and three professional references to Matt Wagner, Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach, at Subject line should read: “University of Indianapolis S&C Internship: Last Name, First Name.”

Baylor: Kent Johnson, who has spent over 20 years as a strength coach at the NFL level, is joining the Baylor staff in an advisory role, according to Sicem365.

Stanford: Stanford University is accepting applications for volunteer intern coaches to contribute to the Sports Performance Program for the 2018 summer and fall quarters. Qualified candidates will serve all 36 sports including Football, and will have the opportunity to assist in all training sessions in compliance with NCAA rules. This is an unpaid opportunity that provides experience assisting the staff implement individualized, comprehensive, sport-specific, injury prevention and performance enhancement programs. Potential candidates must possess an enthusiastic spirit, strong character, and demonstrate effective organization and communication skills. Required qualifications include achievement or current pursuit of a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science or related course of study and CSCS or SCCC certification. Applicants must have current CPR/AED certification. This internship is expected to begin no later than Sunday, June 24th 2018, and requires a 6-month time commitment with opportunities to continue pending positive evaluation. During this evaluation, interns will have the opportunity to compete and earn a paid intern position on the Sports Performance staff. Deadline to apply is: Friday, April 13th 2018. Please email letter of application, with attached resume, cover letter and list of at least three professional references to Raymond Tam, Sports Performance Coach at

Lindenwood University: The Lindenwood University Athletic Performance Department is looking to fill 3-4 Athletic Performance Intern Coach positions for Fall 2018. Positions require a 16-week commitment. These positions are unpaid, but offer experience, education, and an opportunity to fulfill course credits. The purpose of the internship program is to help educate and develop aspiring athletic performance coaches in all aspects of sport performance development. Successful candidates will begin around the first week of August 2018. Preferred candidates should be working towards a bachelor’s or master’s degree in or related to Exercise Science. Resume and 3 professional references to be emailed to Lindenwood University’s Athletic Performance Intern Coordinator, Mitch Schwartzman, at