Tuesday October 14, 2014
Marshall: The Marshall University Strength and Conditioning Department (Olympic Sports) is seeking motivated individuals to fill 1-2 volunteer coach positions for the Spring 2015 Semester. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to: Setup, breakdown, and implementation of training programs for 12 intercollegiate teams and assisting with the maintenance and upkeep of the equipment and facility. This is an unpaid position, but the candidate will gain critical experience working and learning in a Division I setting. The internship will begin January 6th, 2015 and will end May 8th, 2015. The candidate must be pursuing or have completed a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science or related field and be CPR and First Aid certified. Preferred qualifications: CSCS, USAW, SCCC. All interested candidates should send a Resume and References to Matt Donelson, Assistant Strength Coach, at email@example.com.
Texas A&M Commerce (D-II): Texas A&M University-Commerce is currently accepting applications for volunteer strength and conditioning interns for Spring semester 2015. Candidates must demonstrate a strong work ethic and be highly motivated to pursue a career in strength and conditioning. Responsibilities include assist in training of all student-athletes, help enforce facility policies and rules, daily facility maintenance. Required qualifications: candidates must be in the process of earning or already have earned their bachelor’s degree. To apply submit a resume with 3 references to Lance Farmer at Lance.Farmer@tamuc.edu.
Xavier University: Stacie Skondinski has been named an assistant strength coach at Xavier. Prior to joining the Xavier staff she was an intern at Michigan State.
Florida International: Florida International University Strength & Conditioning Department is accepting applications for the position of Strength and Conditioning Volunteer Intern for Football/Olympic Sports for the spring 2015 semester. The FIU staff is looking for highly motivated, hungry, aspiring strength coaches that want to work at the collegiate level. The program is beneficial for undergraduate students and the post bachelor professional looking for experience; as well as develops characteristics necessary to become a successful strength and conditioning coach. The successful candidates will be required to schedule and maintain a minimum of 40 hours per week with the Strength & Conditioning Department. Compensation: Division 1 experience with earned recommendation for future career opportunities. No monetary compensation will be provided. Ideal candidates will have a bachelor’s degree and a certification from one of the following: CSCS; SCCC; USAW but are not required. Inquiries must be received by: November 21st for the spring semester. If you are interested, send a letter of interest, resume, and three (3) professional references to: Florida International University Attn: Cory Houston, Assistant Strength at firstname.lastname@example.org.