Thursday March 29, 2018
Texas Tech: Texas Tech University's Strength and Conditioning Department is accepting volunteer (UNPAID) strength and conditioning coaches to work with Men's Basketball. Qualifications: Candidates must have a strong desire to become a Strength and Conditioning professional; Must have completed or are working toward completing a bachelors degree at an accredited college/university; Must stay the entire summer (June 04-Aug 11) and volunteer a minimum of 25 hours per week; Knowledgeable in exercise physiology and biomechanics; Must have a current CPR/AED certification. Preferred qualifications: Bachelors degree completed, previous internship and collegiate athletic experience, and one of the following certifications; CSCS, SCCC, USAW, or FMS. Rewards: Those seeking to become SCCC certified will receive mentoring from a certified Master Strength and Conditioning Coach. Candidates will learn various training methodologies, in-depth Olympic lifting modalities, and programming. The knowledge and experience gained will prepare interns for potential graduate assistantships and future professional positions in the field of strength and conditioning. Those willing to extend through the basketball season will be of high priority. To apply: Send cover letter, resume, and references to: John Reilly, Head Men's Basketball Strength and Conditioning Coach, at email@example.com . The application review will begin immediately and will cease until positions are filled.
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South Carolina: The University of South Carolina is currently accepting applications for intern strength & conditioning coaches for Fall 2018. Interns will work primarily with the football team, but will have access to helping with other sports. The individual will be expected to contribute at a high level from the first day and responsibilities will be dictated by performance and attitude. Interns will assist with the day to day operations of the strength staff, as well as assist with game day tasks. Preferred qualifications include: Bachelor’s degree in exercise science or related field, SCCC, CSCS, or USAW certifications; CPR/AED certification and previous coaching and/or playing experience at the college level. There is no monetary compensation so if this position is not an economically feasible option for you, please do not apply.To apply, send a resume, a list of 3 professional references, and a letter of interest to Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Josh Lawson at Jmlawson@mailbox.sc.edu.