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Strength Scoop - Wednesday September 5, 2018

Wednesday September 5, 2018

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Clemson: Clemson University Department of Olympic Sports Strength and Conditioning is seeking highly motivated candidates to fill Spring 2019 internship positions. Individuals will gain knowledge and experience in a Division I Collegiate Strength and Conditioning setting. Individuals will also have the opportunity to work with all the Olympic sports that train out of the Jervey weight room. It may fulfill course credit if necessary. Daily responsibilities will include but are not limited to: assisting with supervision and execution of strength training programs for various sports, attending to daily maintenance of the training facilities, use of technology/data analysis and professional development throughout internship program. Qualifications: Currently pursuing bachelors/masters in exercise science or related field, certified in CPR/First Aid, a strong desire to become a Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coach and pursuing NSCA-CSCS, and/or CSCCa-SCCC certification(s). Compensation: This is a non-paid volunteer position. You will gain experience as well as the opportunity to learn and grow in the field of Strength & Conditioning. Applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, and professional reference list in ONE PDF document to Jessica Prencipe at jprenci@clemson.edu.

Stanford: Stanford University is accepting applications for volunteer intern coaches to contribute to the Sports Performance program for the 2019 Spring & Winter quarters. Qualified candidates will have the opportunity to serve all 36 sports including Football and will have the opportunity to assist in all training sessions in compliance with NCAA rules. This is an unpaid opportunity that provides experience assisting the staff to implement individualized, comprehensive, sport-specific injury prevention and performance enhancement programs. The internship includes a curriculum to learn and apply Stanford Sports Performance’s training philosophy. Also part of the curriculum includes strength & conditioning basics, educational presentations, structure & organization, progressions, weight room management/logistics, sport science technologies/concepts, communication with other support staff & coaches, along with informal discussions. Potential candidates must possess an enthusiastic spirit, strong character, and demonstrate effective organization and communication skills. Required qualifications include achievement or current pursuit of a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science or related course of study and CSCS or SCCC certification. Applicants must also have current CPR/AED certification. This internship is expected to begin no later than Sunday, January 6th, 2019, and requires a 6-month time commitment with opportunities to continue pending positive evaluation. During this evaluation, interns will have the opportunity to compete and earn consideration for a paid intern position on the Sports Performance staff. Deadline to apply is: Friday, September 28th, 2018. Please email your cover letter, with attached resume and list of at least three professional references to Raymond Tam, Sports Performance Coach at rtam@stanford.edu.

UCLA: UCLA Football Human Performance is currently accepting applications for the 2019 Spring Performance Nutrition internship. Interns will gain practical experience assisting with the implementation of a Performance Nutrition program at the Division I level. Responsibilities will include completing an education curriculum as well as day-to-day upkeep of the UCLA Football Performance Nutrition Center. Minimum requirements include: CPR/AED, First Aid certifications, and a strong desire to become a Strength & Conditioning professional. Other preferred qualifications include: · A Strength and conditioning based certification from a recognized organization (CSCCA,NSCA,USAW, etc.) · Previous strength and conditioning internship experience · Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certification · Metabolic Analytics/Neural-Based Program Design Certification Interested candidates must submit: Cover Letter (one page maximum), Resume (one page maximum), Three Professional References, A brief video (3 minutes maximum) describing the optimal human performance protocol for the college football athlete. Please submit Cover Letter, Resume, and References as ONE pdf document to uclaFBPN@athletics.ucla.edu Video Recordings (youtube/vimeo) can be sent as a link within the original e-mail. Subject line should read Last Name, First Name, UCLA Football Performance Nutrition Internship Approximate Start Date: January 10, 2018. Approximate End Date: May 31, 2018.

Wisconsin: The University of Wisconsin Olympic Strength & Conditioning Department is currently accepting applications for volunteer interns for Spring 2019. Application deadline Monday, October 1st 2018. This is an UNPAID internship position with the potential for course credit for individuals currently enrolled in a degree seeking program. Internship start date for the spring semester will be Monday, January 7th and will be completed on Friday, May 10th or specified by assigned coach. Hours will be determined by facility and team needs but anticipate early mornings, late nights, weekends and possible holiday responsibilities. Qualifications: Currently pursuing, or a recent graduate of, an exercise science or related field, certified in CPR/First Aid, and a strong desire to become a collegiate strength and conditioning coach. Preferred qualification: 1-2 years’ of coaching experience within a collegiate strength and conditioning environment and NSCA, USAW or CSCCa certification(s). Individuals will gain knowledge and experience within a Division I Collegiate Strength and Conditioning setting. Individuals will have the opportunity to work within one of our three Olympic weight rooms on campus. Assignments will be based on staffing needs and strengths of the prospective internship candidates. Daily responsibilities will include but are not limited to: assisting with the supervision and execution of strength and conditioning related training programs for various sports, providing support for technological services, attending to the daily maintenance of the training facilities, and progression developmental opportunities throughout the internship program. Applicants must submit an online internship application (http://www.uwbadgers.com/sports/2015/10/28/GEN_1028152815.aspx), cover letter, resume and three professionally relevant reference list in one PDF document to Kevin Schultz at kjs@athletics.wisc.edu.