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Strength Scoop - Thursday July 16, 2020

Wednesday July 15, 2020


Texas A&M: Texas A&M Sports Performance Department (Olympic Sports) is now accepting applications for part- time intern positions for the 2020-2021 school year. Interns will assist the sports performance staff in all day-to-day operations at three Texas A&M Olympic weight rooms. Practical experiences will include but are not limited to: assisting staff in the implementation of sport performance programs for Olympic sports, leading small groups independently, set up/breakdown of training equipment, some travel and assisting in the maintenance and upkeep of the facilities. Interns will participate and complete all assignment requirements through our formalized intern education curriculum and attend all staff meetings. Interns will be subject to and must pass a criminal background check to be eligible for the position. This is a paid position and upon completion of both Fall and Spring semesters, interns will be qualified to sit for the SCCC exam from the CSCCa if they desire. Interns will also benefit from experiencing weekly structured education sessions and the opportunity to learn from 8 experienced and diverse sports performance coaches, including several Master Certified Coaches. Interns must be certified by the NSCA or CSCCa upon applying to be considered for hiring. Applications will be accepted July 16th- July 23 rd . Dates of the internship are August 2020- August, 2021. For more information view this link and/or contact Raychelle Ellsworth at

Tarleton State (FCS - TX): The Tarleton State University Athletic Performance Program is seeking a PART-TIME PAID INTERN to begin in August or September 2020. Major responsibilities with both Football and Olympic sports will be a part of the paid intern’s duties. Remuneration will consist of an hourly wage for 17 hours per week. The paid intern’s hours may be countable toward the CSCCa’s Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified practicum requirements, and/or for graduate credit. This position will involve active experience in an NCAA Division I FCS Athletic Performance program under the supervision of a 37-year veteran Master Strength and Conditioning Coach and his staff. Qualifications: Preference will be given to applicants who possess a bachelor’s degree and CSCCa , NSCA, or USA Weightlifting certification. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and 3 relevant reference letters to Rod Cole, Assistant Athletic Director for Athletic Performance, via email at