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Nevada: The University of Nevada’s football strength and fitness program is looking for volunteer interns for the 2022 summer semester. This internship is expected to begin on May 16 and end on July 22. The purpose of this internship is to develop and prepare young coaches for the profession and everything related to it. Interns will undergo a curriculum that will cover the basic principles of S&C, programming, networking and, most importantly, coaching! This is an unpaid position. To apply, send a letter with a resume and three links in one PDF to Javier Ramirez at email@example.com
Chicago Bears: Brent Salazar has been hired as a high performance director.
Wyoming: The Wyoming Department of Football Sports is accepting applications for 5 volunteer interns for the SUMMER 2022 semester (May 16 – July 21). These are gratuitous positions. The ideal candidate should seek a career as a strength and fitness coach. Applicants will be familiar with all aspects of the NCAA Division 1 FBS football program. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: hands-on experience assisting in the day-to-day running of the gym, assisting in GPS monitoring and speed-based learning technologies, assisting in creating a positive workout environment, completing an educational program, and servicing facilities / equipment. QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: desire to become a strong and conditioned specialist, strong work ethic, excellent sense of urgency, high level of attention to detail, desire to learn and the ability to build relationships with our staff and student-athletes. Applicants must actively seek certification from the NSCA and / or CSCCa. Interns will receive instructions and must follow NCAA rules and policies. Interested candidates must submit a cover letter, resume and three references as one (1) PDF document to Carl Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org .
USF: The University of South Florida Football Force and Air Conditioning is currently accepting applications for volunteer internships for the summer of 2022. We are looking for 3-4 highly qualified individuals for these positions. Here are the vacancies for the 2022 SUMMER training session. Deadline for applications: April 15th 2022 Start date: May 30th , 2022. Qualified candidates will work with all aspects of the NCAA Division 1 FBS FBS FOOTBALL Streng and Conditioning Program. This is an unpaid position. However, the position offers the opportunity for advancement in strength and conditioning, as well as credit hours for a degree. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: assisting in the daily implementation of off-season training for the football team, setting up and breaking down daily training, regular maintenance, cleaning and organization of training facilities, data collection, admission data, and participation in the internship program. Volunteers will have the opportunity to learn about devices and systems such as Catapult and PUSH. Candidates for the summer volunteer will also be considered primarily for upcoming volunteer positions in 2022. Required qualifications include completion or ongoing pursuit of a bachelor’s degree in exercise science or an appropriate course of study, a desire to become a strength and conditioning professional, and a strong work ethic. Preferred qualifications include certification from a recognized governing body (USAW, CSCS, CSCCa), previous coaching experience and knowledge in teaching and performing Olympic and power movements. Candidates will be invited to submit a video showing training in (a) power elevators or (b) Olympic. Please send a cover letter, resume and 3 links to Jordan Diaz at Diaz44@usf.edu.
Hampton (FCS – VA): The Department of Football Strength and Conditioning at the University of Hampton is currently accepting applications for (3) summer interns for the 2022 summer semester. The internship will begin on May 27th2022 and will end on August 29th, 2022. This is an unpaid internship and a position without a coach. Make sure it is cost effective for you. Prerequisites: Applicants must have a strong desire to become a university football coach in strength and conditioning, must obtain or complete a bachelor’s degree in exercise or a related field, and have CPR and first aid certification, and must consider obtaining or obtaining certification through CSCCa and / or NSCA. Trainee functions: biweekly assessments, weekly professional development seminars, introductory quiz, simulation interviews, presentations for staff, assistance in program development and implementation, team warm-up assistance, strength training and conditioning and training in small groups, gathering data as well as monitoring and tracking weight visits. This is an opportunity to gain experience at the level of FCS – Division 1 and expand your knowledge in this field. You will need to act like a professional and be able to devote at least 20 hours a week. To apply: Interested applicants, please send a cover letter, resume and bibliography in one combined PDF to coach Randy Moore at email@example.com. Please include Summer Intern in the subject line.