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Tuesday December 11, 2012

Tuesday December 11, 2012

South Dakota State: South Dakota State University is currently accepting applications for a qualified and highly motivated individual looking to further develop their skills, as they relate to strength and conditioning, through an unpaid spring internship. Preferences of the candidate include the following: Pursuit of future career in strength and conditioning as demonstrated by pursuit of professional certifications (CSCS, SCCC, USAW) and/or continued pursuit of undergraduate degree in a sport science or related field; CPR/First Aid and AED certification; Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel; Knowledge of strength and cardio equipment; Previous coaching experience in a team setting. Benefits to the candidate would include experience in strength and conditioning at a collegiate level, internship manual, potential to earn a recommendation toward further pursuits in the field, further learning of proper exercise technique via staff lifts and the ability to further professional learning and development through staff article discussions. In addition, college credits can be rewarded, if applicable. Timeline of work will be January 7th –April 26th. Please send cover letter, resume and references to Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Eric Adolph at the following e-mail address: eric.adolph@sdstate.edu

TCU: Internships through the TCU Strength & Conditioning department are currently available for the Spring 2013 semester for those who would like to pursue a career in Strength & Conditioning. The TCU Strength & Conditioning Department is a teaching department that offers our interns hands-on experience as well as prepares them to become qualified Strength & Conditioning professionals. Interns will have the opportunity to work with all sixteen (16) of TCU’s Men’s and Women’s sports totaling more than 400 student-athletes. This is a non-paid position but offers the opportunity of advancement in the field of strength and conditioning as well as the fulfillment of credit hours towards a degree program. Applicant’s should be: Working towards a certification through NSCA, or CSCCa. Desire to make strength and conditioning your desired profession. One year of previous experience in a strength and conditioning program or have previous collegiate athletic experience. Pursuit of Bachelor’s degree or already possess a Bachelor’s degree. To apply please send resume and 3 professional references to Zach Dechant at z.dechant@tcu.edu

North Carolina Central: North Carolina Central (MEAC): North Carolina Central University’s Strength and Conditioning Department is accepting volunteer (UNPAID) strength and conditioning coaches to work with Football during the Spring 2013 Semester. Must have completed or are working toward completing a bachelors degree at an accredited college/university; Must have a 1 semester commitment 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. 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: John Reilly, Assistant Strength and Conditioning coach, at john.reilly@nccu.edu. Application review will begin immediately and will cease until positions are filled.

High Point University: High Point University Strength and Conditioning Department is currently seeking qualified intern candidates for the Spring 2013 semester. Applicants should be interested in advancing their career in collegiate strength and conditioning. Candidates should also be extremely self-motivated and possess a strong desire to be a collegiate, high school or professional athletic team based strength and conditioning coach. Duration of the internship and level of responsibility within the department will be performance based, and will begin on January 7. Individuals chosen for the position are subject to university background checks and standard hiring procedures. This is a non-paid volunteer position, requiring a minimum of 15 hours/week. Interns will receive experience working at a Division I program, have the potential to earn recommendations for future career opportunities and receive college credit if applicable. Preferred Qualifications: Candidates should have or be in the pursuit of a Bachelor's Degree in a related field. Candidates should also have or be in pursuit of obtaining their CSCS and/or USAW. If interested, please email cover letter, resume, and list of 3 professional references to Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Tim Wright at twright@highpoint.edu