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Strength Scoop - Wednesday March 4, 2020

Wednesday March 4, 2020

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Rice: The Rice University Football Strength & Conditioning Department is currently accepting applications for our Summer Internship. The internship is scheduled to begin May 24th, 2020 and conclude on Friday, July 31st, 2020. These are UNPAID positions; however, high achieving interns will have the opportunity to coach their own racks as well as participate in daily meetings as a member of the NCAA regulated five football strength staff. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: assisting with the daily implementation of off-season training, set-up and breakdown of daily strength and conditioning training sessions, routine maintenance, cleaning and organization of the training facility, data collection, as well as participation in our internship curriculum. Prerequisites include CPR/AED Certification, as well as completion of, or working towards, a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field. Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and three professional references in PDF format to Zach Waranch (ricestrength@gmail.com) by Monday, March 31st, 2020. Rice University requires selected candidates to partake in a background check prior to participation in the internship.

Texas Southern (FCS): The Texas Southern University Strength and Conditioning Department is accepting applications for Volunteer Intern Strength and Conditioning Coaches for the summer semester of 2020. Projected dates of the Internship are June 1 through August 7 2020 with the possibility of an earning an extension. This is a voluntary position and will receive no monetary compensation. Priority consideration will be given to Candidates who possess or are working towards Certification through the NSCA or CSCCa and are CPR / First Aid / AED Certified. Desired attributes include outstanding organizational and computer skills, great work ethic and professionalism. Previous coaching and / or playing experience is a plus. Verbal communication skills with diverse populations is a must. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Set up and breakdown of training sessions for all sports, general maintenance and upkeep of Athletic Facilities, communication with Sport Coaches, Athletic Training staff and Administration, assist with Olympic Sports with the possibility of working with Football. Must be able to physically demonstrate strength and Olympic lifts as well as speed progressions and change of direction movements. Added responsibilities as earned, such as, input into program design and leading groups / teams. Our goal is to develop COACHES. Selected candidates will receive valuable experience in the day to day operations of a Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Department, program design and implementation, nutrition, speed, agility and explosive training. Please send Cover Letter, Resume and Three (3) Professional References to Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Chris Seroka at christopher.seroka@tsu.edu.