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Strength Scoop - Thursday March 15, 2018

Thursday March 15, 2018


Arkansas State: The Athletic Performance Staff at Arkansas State University is looking for hard working and unique individuals of varying backgrounds, experiences and talents to contribute to the success of the athletic department. Individuals will have the opportunity to work with all of Arkansas State’s sport programs. This internship will allow you to gain experience, have fun and use your talents in athletic performance, nutrition, sport psychology, teaching, video, music, social-media and more while directly impacting the success of Arkansas State Athletics. You will gain first-hand knowledge from a staff proficient in areas such as: athletic performance, sport psychology, nutrition, exercise physiology, speed development, power lifting, Olympic lifting and CrossFit. While, there will be endless opportunities to learn from staff members, gain experience and develop your talents, new members of the staff will be included in staff social events including: vacations, cookouts and more activities. Additionally, 1-2 meals will be provided per day and all you can eat/make PB&Js. Individuals will join a young energetic staff who creates a fun work environment, minus the head guy who’s old and bald, but still deadlifts 700+. If you are hoping to enjoy your summer internship, gain experience and learn from a staff of diverse backgrounds then please, contact Max Tilden at

Dallas Baptist: Department of Athletic Performance at DBU is searching for an aspiring, but experienced athletic performance coach to fill our graduate student assistant coaching position; this position is expected to start August, 2018. Prospective candidates will have the opportunity to work under the guidance of the Dallas Baptist University Athletic Performance coaching staff, a Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCA) approved mentor, as well as gain valuable hands-on experience working with both Division I and Division II athletes. The graduate student assistant coach will have the opportunity to train and create programs for assigned DBU athletic teams, as well as assist full-time staff in various capacities. Please note, this is a graduate student assistant position, which provides tuition towards a master’s degree at DBU and a stipend as compensation. Applicants must be certified by either the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (SCCC) or the National Strength and Conditioning Association (CSCS) and have had at least one full-time collegiate internship experience in order to be eligible. Applicants must be committed to serving Christ, our DBU student-athletes and DBU staff. Applicants must also be committed to developing themselves as a strength and conditioning professional and devoted to advancing in the strength and conditioning coaching profession. For consideration, all inquiring candidates should email three videos: which include the candidate coaching one lower body strength exercise, one upper body strength exercise and one speed/agility/quickness exercise. Please include a cover letter, professional resume, and three professional references (include contact information) to Coach Dave Trevino at All materials must be submitted by March 31, 2018 for consideration.