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STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING INTERNSHIP ROTATIONS SUMMER 2017

University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

University of Minnesota Strength and Conditioning department is currently accepting applications for unpaid internship positions for the 2017 summer session.  Interested applicants may apply for one of two, twelve week rotations.   Rotation 1 will run from May 8- July 28.  Rotation 2 will run from June 5- August 25.   Interns will work with Olympic sport programs including MW Hockey, W Volleyball, MW track and field, MW swimming, W soccer, W softball.  Daily responsibilities include but are not limited to:  setup and cleanup of facilities for training sessions, cleaning of facilities and equipment, stocking refueling stations, assisting with demonstration and supervision during training sessions. 

Applicants must be highly self-motivated with a strong work ethic, able to listen and follow instruction, have a strong desire to learn and develop as a strength and conditioning professional.    Applicants should be working toward a career in strength and conditioning, and should be working towards a Bachelors or Master’s degree and NSCA-CSCS or CSCCA certification.  Interns must be CPR/AED certified.  Please indicate which rotation you are applying for and send a cover letter, resume, and three references to:

Sara Wiley, Associate Director of Strength and Conditioning 

wiley004@umn.edu

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