Work directly with Men's Soccer, Men's Volleyball and Men's & Women's Track and Field.
Past Job Experience
University of Delaware (June 2011-August 2014) - Worked directly with Men's Soccer, Women's Lacrosse, Field Hockey, Softball, Women's Track and Field, Cross-Country and assisted with Football.
Springfield College (August 2009 - May 2011) - Graduate Associate - Worked directly with Baseball, Men's & Women's Soccer, Women's Volleyball, Women's Lacrosse, Women's Track & Field and assist with Football.
Marquette University (May 2010-August 2010) - Intern - Worked primarly with Men's and Women's Basketball, Women's Volleyball, Men's and Women's Track and Field, Men's and Women's Soccer, and Women's Tennis.
Harvard University (January 2008-May 2009) - Intern/Volunteer Assistant
- Head Strength Coach for Men's and Women's Diving, Men's and Women's Nordiac and Alpine Ski Teams.
- Assisted with 35 other teams as well.
University of Wisconsin Stevens Point (2005-2007) - Volunteer Assistant - Worked primarly with Women's Volleyball, Basketball and Fastpitch Softball
Springfield College - Master’s Degree in Exercise Science with Concentration in Strength and Conditioning
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point - Bachelor of Science Degree with a Major in Health Promotion & Wellness with a concentration in Strength & Conditioning.
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I teach section of a 200 level course, Exercise Testing and Prescription, whch has lecture and lab. I also teach basic weight training, a 100 level course, that also has lecture and lab. I really enjoy it. At Marquette I work in the Pain Management Laboratory, housed in the Physical Therapy Dept. I have a grant funded research assistant position. The majority of the research we perform is investigating the effect of isometric exercise on pain perception in people with Fibromyalgia. It is definitely outside the realm of my strength and conditioning experience. It has been challenging and rewarding, and I continue to learn more everyday.
Do you work with any teams/sports more than others at Harvard?
We continue to stay very busy at NX and we continue to have a good mix of athletes of all ages, abilities, and levels of competition. I have also been very busy personally with work at the research lab at MU and teaching at Carroll. What are you specifically pursuing your Master's degree in?
I'll check with our team schedule here and let you know. The semester ends really early for most teams -- their last week of training is the week of April 20th for most people (unless they are in-season and going to the conference or national tournament), so mid-April would probably be best.
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