Strength & Conditioning Internship

Strength & Conditioning Internship

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Internship Details:

The University of Colorado at Boulder, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Strength and Conditioning Program is accepting applications for the 2021 Fall Semester Olympic Strength and Conditioning Internship.

Qualifications: Ideal candidates should be pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Exercise Science, or related field of study. Must possess a STRONG work ethic, a willingness to be open to new ideas, and possess a strong desire to enter the Strength and Conditioning field, particularly at the collegiate level.

Current certification, or working towards certification, with the NSCA-CSCS or CSCCa-SCCC is a must. University of Colorado at Boulder is an official CSCCa mentorship site available to those pursuing the SCCC certification.

CPR certification/renewal can be attained during the internship. Preferred candidates will have experience in a team training setting, be able to lead groups large and small, and be able to communicate effectively with a diverse group of student athletes.

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About the Role:

Intern will be assigned tasks, duties, and projects related to Strength and Conditioning. Projects and assignments must be completed in a timely manner, with the utmost responsibility, care and professionalism. Successful candidates must possess and demonstrate a STRONG attention to detail.

Start-Date: The approximate start-date for the 2021 Fall Semester Olympic Strength and Conditioning Internship is Wednesday, September 1st, 2021.

Compensation: This is an unpaid voluntary position. Candidates will have the opportunity to learn and gain experience at a highly competitive Division 1 Pac-12 institution. The curriculum is structured and designed to prepare candidates to advance a career in the Strength and Conditioning field. Athletic apparel will be provided when available. Class credit from current institution is available if applicable.

What You'll Receive:

  • Unique experience working within an NCAA Division I integrated sports performance department
  • An upgrade to your professional education and sport performance toolset
  • Opportunity to collaborate with ongoing and future projects
  • Possible recommendations for future employment within the profession

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