Tuesday April 29, 2014

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Tuesday April 29, 2014

Loyola Marymount: The strength and conditioning staff at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA is seeking highly motivated volunteer interns for the 2014 Fall semester. Possession of the NSCA-CSCS or NASM-PES is preferred. Applicants must be able to commit to volunteering a minimum of 20 hours per week for this opportunity. Interns will have the opportunity to assist with the training of Division 1 collegiate athletes, learn principles of program design and implementation, and enhance their coaching skills. Greater responsibilities will be granted to interns upon demonstration of excellent ability and desire. Assisting with the maintenance and cleanliness of the strength and conditioning center is expected. Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to Jack McCormick, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coordinator at jmccor11@lmu.edu. Please title subject line "RE: LMU strength and conditioning internship application".

Brown University: Brown University is now accepting SUMMER AND FALL internship applications. Applicants must be taking this internship for course credit and possess a strong desire to become a collegiate strength & conditioning coach. Intern will have the opportunity to work with 38 Ivy League varsity sports and gain hands on experience. Duties will include but not limited to: assisting with the supervision of training programs; assisting with daily administrative and maintenance duties; completion of internship curriculum. This is a NON-PAID internship. Expected start date for the summer is June 2nd and August 18th. Qualifications: Currently pursuing Bachelors/Masters in Exercise Science or related field; taking internship for course credit; a strong desire to become a Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coach; pursuing CSCCa, USAW, or NSCA certification(s) To apply: Applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references to Maureen Khairallah, Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach, via email: Maureen_Khairallah@brown.edu

Webber International (FL): Webber International University is seeking qualified applicants for 2014-2015 Intern-Assistant positions. Benefits include free housing, full meal plan, and work attire/athletic apparel. This is an unpaid position but includes supplemental on campus employment. The position runs from July 2014-April 2015. Responsibilities are similar to that of a graduate assistant minus the graduate classes, as the intern-assistant would be in control of programming and leading workouts for a select number of our teams; assisting with football strength & conditioning; assisting with rehab assignments; assisting with day-to-day operational work in running the Fitness Center. Please be prepared for the rigors of a structured mentorship program, dealing with the integration and application of various strength and conditioning principles. This job will prepare the intern-assistant for a graduate-level or an assistant-level position, and is only for those who desire a career in Strength & Conditioning. Candidates for this program must be enrolled in or have graduated from an exercise science or related program, and must have current CPR/AED certification. Pursuit or attainment of CSCS or SCCC is not required, but recommended. To apply for this position, candidates must email their resume with cover letter and professional references toRasselSE@Webber.edu. Preliminary interviews begin middle of May.

Waldorf (NAIA - IA): Waldorf College in Forest City, Iowa, is seeking a Strength & Conditioning Coach/Director of Sports Performance Center. The Strength and Conditioning Coach provides expertise, guidance, and training in the area of strength training and physical conditioning for all student-athletes and sports teams at Waldorf College. Responsibilities: Responsible for the total athletic performance preparation of the student-athletes to include: development of training programs; application of appropriate motivational techniques; instruction of student-athletes in the proper execution of weight training exercises, plyometrics, agility drills, flexibility training, speed improvement technique, conditioning modalities, and nutrition; and communicating with appropriate coaching personnel regarding the needs and demands of the student-athletes. Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree in strength training or related field is required, master’s preferred. Nationally recognized certification required. Minimum of two years strength training experience at the collegiate level preferred. This is a 10-month, full time position. Interested applicants should submit resume/materials to: humanresources@waldorf.edu.