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Weber State University Internship Opprotunity

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Arkansas State University - Athletics Performance Internship

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Graduate Assistant Position- Franklin Pierce University

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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 Hite Jun 7, 2017.

Louisiana State University Fall 2017 Internship

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Buffalo State Internship

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Comment by Lakers46 on January 2, 2010 at 9:58pm
At this point I'm completely expecting to work for free, and I'm just trying to find where I might be able to get a foot in the door. As far as I've been able to see the only place in my area (Boston) that offers a Masters in Kinies, is BU which would be well worth it, but I just want to research the program and curriculum as best I can before hand, thanks again for your help.
Comment by Jeff on December 31, 2009 at 9:09pm
This sites good, but try to hit up some clinics. Just call schools to see if they need help. Like I said prepare to work for free.
Comment by Lakers46 on December 31, 2009 at 7:53pm
Hey Jeff, thanks for the input. Yeah I know its different from personal training, which is why I've been trying to get my CSCS, and researching that, NASM PES, and CSCCA as well but I've taken the CSCS twice already. I'm hoping to use this site as well as Facebook, to try and network with other strength coaches as best I can and try to see what's out there.
Comment by Jeff on December 31, 2009 at 8:05am
First things first, you are going to have to intern, or volunteer. Working in the field of strength and conditioning is different then personal training. It is a demanding field that's hard to get into. So you also need to get out and network with other strength coaches, the more people you know the better chances of getting into the field. Yes you are going to have to get your cscs or look into getting the cscca cert it is excepted in the field as well.
Comment by Lakers46 on December 30, 2009 at 11:08pm
I wanted to see if I could get some people's advice from here, and any thoughts would help. Currently I'm working as a personal trainer at a YMCA. I am looking to break into the Strength and Conditioning Field, the problems I am having are, I don't have a Master's Degree, only a Bachelors in Sports Management, and I've taken my CSCS twice and missed both times and planning on taking it again in January. I was giving some thought to looking into schools with Masters programs in Kiniesiology but I'm not really sure what a Masters in that entails. I also know there are a lot of companies out there that require the CSCS as far as Parisi, Velocity, and Athletes Performance.
Also, I've been looking for some places to start shooting some vids for Youtube, just to put my name out there as a trainer, but I'm having a hard time finding locations to do so. Any thoughts or places to begin looking specifically entry level would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
Comment by Adam Rotchstein on December 22, 2009 at 12:44am
2010 Strength & Conditioning/Sports Medicine
Internship Program
Apply for Internship
CD Chivas USA is now accepting applications for the 2010 Spring Semester, Summer Semester, and Fall Semesters for individuals interested in a Strength & Conditioning/Sports Medicine Internship. CD Chivas USA Strength & Conditioning / Sports Medicine Internships allow individuals to put their knowledge into practice while getting the chance to work with professional soccer athletes in Major League Soccer. The length of the internship can be altered to suit the individual’s availability and is at the discretion of the supervisory staff.
Intern/Student Strength & Conditioning coaches get the opportunity to work in professional soccer and establish a network with other coaches. Our goal is to expose you to different philosophies and ideas and how they are integrated into our systems of training. We want you to learn how to evaluate the body in a more 3 dimensional format, understanding the entire kinetic chain and prescribing and implementing the best exercises and progressions to meet the individual needs of each athlete. Open your mind about all of the possibilities when training athletes--think outside the box and forget the cookie cutter approach. Daily duties and responsibilities include: facility and weight room maintenance, equipment set-up and break down, stretching, assisting as needed with various aspects of training and testing, and much more. You will be exposed to a variety training conditions.
The CD Chivas USA internship program gives preference to seniors and graduate students in an exercise science based curriculum program. Juniors, sophomores, and freshmen can apply but their applications are considered only after the upperclassmen’s applications have been evaluated. Prompt applications will benefit the individual candidate. Interns will be responsible for all the costs associated with the Strength & Conditioning/Sports Medicine internship program as this is not a paid internship. Chivas USA will work with the individual’s college/university to arrange for college credit.
Please, no phone calls.
• Proficient with Anatomy
• Computer Literate-Word and Excel
• Excellent communications skills
• Attention to Detail
• Proactive
• Fulfilling a curriculum/graduation requirement in Exercise Science or related field
• Must be certified in First Aid/CPR for the duration of the internship term

• Work out in world-class facilities
• Special discounts on food and merchandise
Application Process
Applicants who are interested in the CD Chivas USA Strength & Conditioning/Sports Medicine internship MUST submit the following three (3) items.
All items must be submitted together in the same envelope.
1. Completed Application Form: (typed or legibly printed)
2. Letter(s) of recommendation from your program director and/or Head Strength Coach. The letter should be a printed personal letter from a supervising certified strength and conditioning specialist. On College/University letterhead. A copy needs to be in the same packet as your resume and application. This can be sent via e-mail .pdf format as well to the e-mail address listed below.
3. Cover Letter/Resume/List of 3 References.
Your packet must be postmarked on or prior to January 10, 2010 for Spring Semester, March 1 for Summer, and June 1 for Fall Semester. If packets are submitted without completed applications and/or missing requirements; they will be discarded and not considered.
Packets should be sent to the following:
Adam Rotchstein
Strength & Conditioning Coach – CD Chivas USA
Athletes’ Performance
18400 Avalon Blvd, Suite 800
Carson, CA. 90746
CD Chivas USA will respond directly to applicants and will make intern selections as soon as possible so students can plan appropriately for their year.

Please download attached file as well for additional information. chivas usa 2010 intern.docx
Comment by Giovanni Grassi MA SCCC CSCS Pn1 on December 8, 2009 at 4:39pm
If anyone has ay information about a graduate assistantship, please contact me .., ... or you can leave something in the inbox. Thanks
Comment by Todd A Riedel on November 15, 2009 at 9:23pm
Missouri State University: Department of Strength & Conditioning is accepting applications for Strength and Conditioning Interns and/or Volunteer Assistants for Spring Semester 2010. Responsibilities include: Assisting with the supervision and training of MSU’s 16 Division1 intercollegiate athletic programs; Assisting with daily administrative and maintenance items; Completion of various educational assignments during the internship. Qualifications include: Strong work ethic; Punctuality; Enthusiasm; Desire to further one’s career in the field of Strength & Conditioning. Preferred qualifications include: Perusing Bachelors or Masters Degree in Physical Education, Exercise Science or related field; NSCA-CPT, CSCS, SCCC, or USAW certifications; CPR certification and coaching experience. Individuals chosen for position are subject to university background checks and standard hiring procedures. This is a Volunteer position. Interns and/or Volunteer Assistants will receive experience working at a Division1 program, better understand program design, have the potential to earn recommendations for future career opportunities, and receive college credit if applicable. Applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references to Todd A. Riedel, Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning, Missouri State University, 901 South National Ave, Springfield, MO 65897, or via e-mail>. Please visit for more information. No Phone Calls Please!
Comment by Jesse Webber on November 5, 2009 at 9:25am
Internships are available for Spring Semester 2010 in Strength and Conditioning. Saint Francis University is an NCAA Div. I member of the Northeast Conference (FCS Football). We are looking for highly motivated college seniors needing internship credits or recent graduates needing practical experience. Candidates must be pursuing a career in Strength and Conditioning and will be involved in all aspects of the program gaining hands-on experience. This is an un-paid position. Please send a letter of interest, resume, and three (3) references to Jesse Webber, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Maurice Stokes Athletics Center, Loretto, PA 15940 or
Comment by Rob Barrese on November 2, 2009 at 2:22pm
What ever happened to being a strength and conditioning coach? It used to be a well respected title

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