Wednesday January 30, 2019
Oklahoma: Bennie Wylie is getting PAID; but not as well as the other coordinators at OU.
Angelo State: Angelo State University is seeking applications for a highly motivated UNPAID VOLUNTEER Strength and Conditioning Intern for the Summer 2019 semester. This position will assist with all sports. Preferred applicants must be highly motivated, have a tremendous work ethic, and be interested in becoming a Strength and Conditioning/Athletic Performance Coach in the collegiate setting. Successful applicants may also receive academic credits if applicable. Daily responsibilities include but are not limited to: assisting the Strength and Conditioning Staff in all aspects of program administration, working directly with student athletes to teach proper lifting technique, assess and document progress of the student athletes during training, and maintain a clean, sanitized weight room. As an intern within ASU Strength and Conditioning, you will learn how to: teach proper lifting position and technique, research relevant training modalities, develop training programs, as well as completing any other tasks assigned by the Strength and Conditioning Staff. All applicants may be subject to a background check. Preferred Qualifications: a nationally accredited certification (SCCC, CSCS, USAW), personal involvement in a collegiate competitive sport, and strength and conditioning experience in a collegiate setting. Interns MUST be CPR/AED certified. If position is not an economically feasible option for you, please do not apply. Those interested should send an email according to the following instructions. Subject: "Angelo State Summer 2019 Internship" and within that email, a cover letter, resume, and three professional references should be attached. Send all applications (DEADLINE: 3/15/2019) to Joe Powell, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maryland: The University of Maryland Football Performance is accepting applications for Strength and Conditioning (2) Volunteer Interns for the Spring Semester 2019 (ASAP-May 17, 2019). Daily responsibilities will include but are not limited to; assisting with supervision and execution of strength training programs specific to football, proper movement preparation, development and execution of speed & conditioning protocols, execution of proper motivational techniques, and most importantly developing an understanding of the health, safety, and wellness of collegiate athletes. Compensation: Division 1 experience with earned recommendation for future career opportunities. NO MONETARY COMPENSATION WILL BE PROVIDED. Qualifications: Certification from one or more of the following (NSCA, CSCS; CSCCa, SCCC; USAW) are preferred. CSCCa mentorship program will be available for selected candidates seeking to obtain the SCCC certification. Those candidates who are selected for SCCC certification must complete the requirements set for by the CSCCa. Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree or be in the last semester of coursework for undergraduate degree in exercise physiology or related field of study to qualify. Expectations: We are very selective in looking for special individuals to have around our players and staff. This position is designed to give you a TRUE experience in what it takes to be a collegiate strength coach at the division 1 level specific to football. It is also designed to equip candidates with the proper tools to be a successful graduate assistant and/or full-time coach. Interested candidates please send a resume with three professional references to email@example.com. Maryland is an equal opportunity employer, which encourages applications from minority group members, and women.
Northern Illinois: Ryan Napoli has joined the staff as director of sports performance for football.
Maryland: In addition to bringing in Ryan Davis from Colorado State, as has been reported previously, Oregon assistant strength coach Matthew Fyle is also joining the Maryland strength staff.