Wednesday March 9, 2016
Wake Forest: Wake Forest University is accepting applications for a volunteer Sports Performance Intern to contribute to the Football Sports Performance program for the Summer of 2016 . The successful candidate must display a strong work ethic, positive attitude, and a desire to become a strength and conditioning professional. In addition, they must be committed to enhancing themselves and the department through a continued eagerness to learn and develop professionally. Qualified candidates will serve the Football program as a non-counted coach that will have the opportunity to assist in all training sessions in compliance with NCAA rules. Compensation: Division I Intercollegiate experience and college credit towards graduation if applicable. Preferred qualifications: senior status, bachelor’s degree, graduate student or recently graduated in a program geared towards strength and conditioning. The anticipated start date will May 23, 2016. To apply, please provide a copy of your cover letter, resume, and three professional references to: Chad Bari Assistant Director of Sports Performance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Colorado: The University of Colorado at Boulder, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Football Sports Performance Program is accepting applications to fulfill two (2) Football Sports Performance Internship positions for the 2016 Summer Semester. Qualifications: Ideal candidates should be pursuing or have obtained a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Exercise Science, or related field of study. Must possess a strong work ethic, a willingness to be open to new ideas and possess a strong desire to enter the Sports Performance field, particularly at the collegiate level. Current certification, or working towards certification with the NSCA-CSCS or CSCCa. CSCCa mentorship program is available to those pursuing the SCCC certification. CPR certification/renewal can be attained during the internship. Preferred candidates will have experience in a team training setting, be able to lead groups large and small and be able to communicate effectively with a diverse group of student athletes. Interns will be assigned tasks, duties, readings and projects related to Sports Performance for Football. Projects and assignments must be completed in a timely manner, with the utmost responsibility, care and professionalism. Successful candidates must possess and demonstrate a strong attention to detail. Compensation: This is an UNPAID voluntary position. Candidates will have the opportunity to learn and gain experience at a highly competitive Division 1 Pac-12 institution. The curriculum is structured and designed to prepare candidates to advance a career in the Sports Performance field. Athletic apparel will be provided when available. Class credit from current institution is available if applicable. How to apply: Email cover letter, resume, list of references to Drew Wilson, Director of Football Strength and Conditioning at Andrew.C.Wilson@colorado.edu.