Thursday January 19, 2012
Colorado School of Mines: Colorado School of Mines is accepting applications for Summer 2012 Strength and Conditioning Internships. Applicants must be highly motivated, with a tremendous work ethic. Communication and organizational skills are a must. Essential tasks include: aiding the strength and conditioning coordinator in developing/administering strength and conditioning programs for all sports offered at CSM; work directly with student athletes to teach proper lifting technique/safety; work directly with the coaching staffs to develop, illustrate, oversee, and document the progress of the student athletes’ sports performance training; maintain and clean the athletic weight room; serve as a positive role model for all CSM athletes. This is a non-paid position. Interns will have the opportunity to gain credit towards graduation, if applicable, as well as valuable professional experience in the field of strength & conditioning. Prior to being offered the job, the successful candidates will need to successfully pass a background check. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and three professional references by March 1st to Adam Long via email at email@example.com.
Georgia: After coming out of retirement a year ago to work on a part time basis with new strength and conditioning coach Joe Tereshinski Jr., John Kasay has stepped back into retirement. Kasay spent nearly three decades as the as the director of strength and conditioning for the Bulldogs.