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Weber State University Internship Opprotunity

Started by Chris Fritz Jun 16, 2017.

Arkansas State University - Athletics Performance Internship

Started by Rebekah Gold Jun 13, 2017.

Graduate Assistant Position- Franklin Pierce University

Started by Marcus Williams Jun 13, 2017.

Volunteer Internship at University of Detroit

Started by Nick Wilson Jun 13, 2017.

The Citadel Strength & Conditioning Fall Internship

Started by Mike Morgan Jun 12, 2017.

Fall 2017 UTSA Olympic Sport Internship

Started by UTSA Strength and Conditioning Jun 12, 2017.

University of Denver Sports Performance Internship

Started by Matthew Van Dyke Jun 12, 2017.

Transylvania University 2017-2018 Graduate Internship

Started by Mike Caro Jun 7, 2017.

Tulane University Strength and Conditioning Internship

Started by Kelsey Michael Hite Jun 7, 2017.

Louisiana State University Fall 2017 Internship

Started by Jake Riedel Jun 6, 2017.

Buffalo State Internship

Started by Nathan Young Jun 6, 2017.

Pace University Unpaid Internship

Started by Troy Thompson Jun 6, 2017.

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Comment by Coach28 on March 22, 2010 at 10:28am
I enjoy the private sector, the money is great and I still get the chance to work, develop and have a impact on athletes lives. BTW, just because you volunteer doesn't mean you should land a job, takes a lot more effort then that. Why do you want to work at the NCAA level?? Do you enjoy running out onto the field every Saturday etc etc?
Comment by Darriel Kitchens on March 22, 2010 at 10:19am
(sigh) been there done that....
even went a did a 3 month volunteer gig at PITT Football to try and get back in the loop.
So far , I have been ignored
Comment by Coach28 on March 22, 2010 at 10:17am
I agree with you Darriel, once you leave the field it's very difficult getting back in. Have you thought about moving to the private sector?
Comment by Darriel Kitchens on March 22, 2010 at 10:13am
I understand your sentiments and applaud your efforts. However, I have done similar only to find that it does not transfer well... At this point I am only interested in a S & C position
Comment by Joshua on March 22, 2010 at 9:41am
I am looking to take a position with student recreation/fitness at Mizzou within the next couple of weeks to at least become involved with a D1 college for a few years. Its better then not working in a college setting at all. Better yet it deals with many issues related to s&c as well like facility, large numbers of students, equipement, supervision, budgets etc. Good transfer to a job down the road in formal strength and conditioning. My certs and degrees are all geared at s&c and yet I am taking a career not directly in that area for now. But it will help me get there at some point. Consider starting off in something close before trying to do battle with the powers that be in the s&c field.
Comment by Coach28 on March 21, 2010 at 2:43pm
Yes, I know all about that. I been on both sides of the table.
Comment by Darriel Kitchens on March 21, 2010 at 2:36pm
yes, indeed. its all about who you know.....credentials/experience seem to make little or no difference
Comment by Coach28 on March 21, 2010 at 1:57pm
I would say off of pure numbers yes, but we all know how the strength and conditioning business goes..
Comment by Darriel Kitchens on March 19, 2010 at 5:07pm
I wonder.....has anyone gotten a job, I mean a real job not an internship from this site????
Comment by Joe Connolly on February 10, 2010 at 11:54am
The University of South Carolina Football Strength and Conditioning department are accepting applications for the position of Football Intern for the Summer Training session (10-weeks). There are two positions available. This is a highly competitive and demanding internship. The daily responsibilities will include:
1. Assist with supervision and execution of strength training, speed, and conditioning programs.
2. Attending to the daily maintenance of the training facilities.
3. Participation in professional development curriculum and various projects.
The University of South Carolina is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to its programs, and facilities without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, or veteran status. Compensation: Division I Intercollegiate experience, earned recommendation toward further success as a Strength & Conditioning Coach, and college credit toward graduation if applicable. Qualifications: Minimum requirements: Strong work ethic, Highly motivated; Must be in a Bachelor’s degree program geared toward Exercise Physiology or a related field; CPR/AED certification; Experience as a college athlete or in a college strength and conditioning setting. Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in a program geared toward Exercise Physiology or a related field, nationally-accredited strength and condition certification (PES, CSCS, USAW, SCCC, etc.), To apply for one of the positions, e-mail/mail a cover letter, resume, mission statement, list of professional references, and a video of yourself teaching the Back Squat, Bench Press, and Olympic Lift of your choice to Joe Connolly, connollj@mailbox.sc.edu. Please no faxed resumes or phone calls.
Joe Connolly
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
Williams Brice- Stadium
Football Office
1125 George Rogers Blvd.
Columbia, SC 29208
 

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