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University of Findlay (DII-OH): The University of Findlay is accepting applications for Summer 2017 volunteer intern coaches to contribute to the Strength & Conditioning program. Qualified candidates will serve all sports including Football, and will have the opportunity to assist in all training sessions in compliance with NCAA rules. This is an unpaid opportunity that provides experience assisting with all aspects of training for all varsity sports, daily facility set-up and maintenance, assist with supervision and skill demonstration during training sessions, data collection and input, assist with outside activities as assigned by S&C Coach. NO MONETARY COMPENSATION WILL BE PROVIDED. Potential candidates 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.  In addition, the successful applicants should be working towards earning their Bachelor’s degree and a certification from the NSCA-CSCS, CSCCA, and/or USAW is preferred. Experience as a collegiate athlete is also desired. Interns must be CPR/AED certified.Deadline to apply is: March 31 2017. Please email letter of application, with attached resume and list of at least three professional references to Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Travis Roberson at robersont@findlay.edu.

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