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Strength Scoop - Monday November 23, 2020

Monday November 23, 2020

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Ole Miss: The University of Mississippi Football Strength & Conditioning Department is currently accepting applications for the Spring 2021. The duration of the internship is JAN 15th – May 1st, with the opportunity to stay longer. Qualified candidates would get hands on experience with one of the most storied FBS / SEC Football Programs. This is an UNPAID position. However, the position offers the opportunity for advancement in the field of strength and conditioning, as well as the fulfillment of credit hours towards a degree program. This position would assist in the implementation of our program, set up and break down of all workouts and maintenance and upkeep of our weight room. Required qualifications include having or working towards degree, a relentless work ethic, attention to detail and a desire to become a strength and conditioning coach. Preferred qualifications include certification from a recognized strength and conditioning association (USAW, CSCS, CSCCa), previous coaching experience and proficiency in teaching and performing Olympic movements. Please send your cover letter, resume, and 3 references to Lance Ancar at lmancar@olemiss.edu.

Saint Francis (FCS - PA): The Saint Francis University (PA) Strength and Conditioning department is seeking highly motivated internship candidates for the Winter and Spring 2021 semester. This Internship will start in January 2021 and finish at the end of April 2021. This is a volunteer position, no monetary, housing, or transportation assistance will be provided. If this is not an economically feasible option, please do not apply. However, interns will gain valuable experience, earn recommendation for future career opportunities. Strength and Conditioning Interns will assist the Strength and Conditioning staff in all daily operations. REQUIRED qualifications include: currently working toward or have completed a Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in Exercise Science or related field; working toward certification through the CSCCa (SCCC) or NSCA (CSCS); First Aid, CPR, and AED Certified; the ability to work a minimum of 20 hours per week; strong work ethic, high energy, attention to detail, and desire to become a strength and conditioning professional. DESIRED qualifications include: Certification through NSCA or CSCCa; previous collegiate/professional strength and conditioning experience or collegiate athletic experience. To apply please send one document including resume, cover letter and 3 professional references as a PDF document to Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Alex Hey at ahey@francis.edu.