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Strength Scoop - Tuesday June 18, 2019

Tuesday June 18, 2019


Marshall: The Marshall University Olympic Strength and Conditioning Department is currently accepting applications for our FALL 2019 VOLUNTEER INTERNSHIP Program. JOB DESCRIPTION: Assist in the implementation of strength and conditioning programs, set-up/breakdown of training equipment, and general day-to-day responsibilities of a strength and conditioning coach. QUALIFICATIONS: Possess or pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree. Preferably certified or working towards NSCA-CSCS or CSCCa-SCCC. VALUE: This position will provide an opportunity to work directly with athletes in both small and large group settings. You will gain experience working with a variety of teams including Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Men’s and Women’s Soccer, Men’s and Women’s Golf, Swim/Dive, Tennis, and Volleyball. Interns will have the opportunity to complete a mentorship through CSCCa approved mentor, Matt Donelson. COMPENSATION: This is an UNPAID INTERNSHIP. DATES: The Internship Program will run from August 26th – December 13th 2019. REGISTRATION: Please email cover letter, resume, and three references to Evan Mills, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at

Coastal Carolina: Per source, Brandon Gilbert has taken an Assistant Director of football strength and conditioning position with Coastal Carolina. Brandon was previously an assistant strength coach at Charleston Southern University.

Southern Illinois-Carbondale: Southern Illinois University-Carbondale is seeking applicants for two (2) Graduate Assistant positions. Duties include assisting the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach in all aspects of the SIUC strength and conditioning program including but not limited to team warm-ups, strength and speed training, conditioning, flexibility, athlete assessments, support goals and objectives of SIUC athletic program, comply with University, Conference, NCAA Division 1 rules and regulations, work cooperatively with departmental personnel, support the student-athlete concept, and demonstrate concern for health, safety, and welfare of each student athlete. Minimum requirements include Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science related field and a strong desire to pursue an Athletic Performance career. Preferred experience as a collegiate athlete, or no less than one academic year of undergraduate/postgraduate internship experience coaching weightlifting at the collegiate level. Must have completed CSCS through the NSCA. Candidate must meet admission requirements of chosen degree. Evidence of strong organizational skills. Ability to interact with student-athletes, colleagues, and public. Apply by sending resume and cover letter to: Meade Smith at