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Thursday March 10, 2016

Thursday March 10, 2016

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North Dakota State: North Dakota State University’s Strength and Conditioning department is seeking applicants for a Football Strength Conditioning unpaid Internship for the Summer of 2016. This position will begin in mid-May and end in August; dates are flexible. The intent of the internship is to provide a summer’s worth of hands-on coaching experience working with our strength and conditioning staff and eventually with our student-athletes. This will allow them to gain knowledge of our program thus making them a viable candidate for future GA positions. Duties will include assisting the Director of Football Strength & Conditioning with all aspects of the football strength and conditioning program as well as daily maintenance of the nutrition area, weightroom and other responsibilities as assigned. Applicants must be prepared to work long hours during the summer. These hours will vary throughout the summer and may include early morning, late afternoon, or weekend hours. Requirements: Applicants must possess a relentless work-ethic and have a strong desire to work with football in an intense up tempo environment. They must understand the importance nutrition plays in the development of our student-athlete and be willing to assist in that role. They must thrive in a hands on, example based, learning environment. Previous weight room or athletic coaching experience preferred. Please include cumulative GPA on resume. Application: E-mail resume, cover letter, GPA, and names of three references to: Jim Kramer, Director of Athletic Performance- football to Jim.Kramer@ndsu.edu.

North Carolina Central (FCS): North Carolina Central University’s Strength and Conditioning Department is accepting volunteer (unpaid) strength and conditioning coaches to work with Football and Olympic sports. 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 and volunteer a minimum of 20 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. You 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. To apply: Send cover letter, resume, and references to head strength and conditioning coach John Reilly at john.reilly@nccu.edu. Application review will begin immediately and will cease until positions are filled.

Old Dominion: The Old Dominion Sports Performance Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Assistant Football Sports Performance Coach. This is a 12 month entry level position. Duties will include, but are not limited to: assisting staff with the daily implementation of football sports performance, assist the Assistant Director of Sports Performance Coach with field hockey and will serve as the primary contact for men’s soccer. Compensation: $16,700 to be paid in monthly stipends. Preferred Qualifications: prior collegiate athletic playing and/or coaching experience, CPR/AED certified, certification or working towards certification through NSCA or CSCCA. For full consideration, all inquiries must be received by March 15th. Start date for this position will be April 1. Interested candidates should submit via email a letter of interest, resume and current list of references to: Ryan Martin, Director of Sports Performance at rmmartin@odu.edu.