Strength and Conditioning Student Internship

deadline 22 August 2017
employer St. Bonaventure University
type Internship
approved Yes

The St. Bonaventure University Strength and Conditioning Program is seeking candidates to fill 2 Internship Positions for the 2017 Fall Semester.

Interns will assist the Director of Strength and Conditioning and other staff with all aspects of the strength and conditioning programming for all 16 Division-I Intercollegiate Athletic Programs sponsored by St. Bonaventure University. This will be a hands-on, educational internship program that will provide chosen interns the necessary experience in strength and conditioning basics [programming], coaching techniques, exercise technique, and weight room design, maintenance, and management skills that will help them in future employment situations. CSCCa mentorship program available for candidates seeking to obtain the SCCC certification.

THESE ARE VOLUNTARY, EDUCATIONAL POSITIONS. On campus housing in a residential dormitory may be available if requested.

Minimum Qualifications: CPR/AED/First Aid Certification. Candidates must possess or in pursuit of a bachelor's degree in exercise science/related field from an accredited university. Must exhibit excellent communication skills and strong work ethic. Must be able to work independently as well as in a team setting. Candidates should be looking to sit for a professional certification in the field of strength and conditioning [SCCC or CSCS].

Preferred Qualifications: 1-2 years of volunteer service in a collegiate strength and conditioning setting. Certification through the CSCCa specifically, but CSCS through the NSCA is good as well. Experience with Olympic lifting and being able to teach these lifts is preferred.

Inquiries must be received by July 10th, 2017 with an anticipated start date on August 21st, 2017. Interested individuals in these positions should email a letter of interest, resume, and three professional references to with "Attention Darryn Fiske, Director of Strength and Conditioning" in the subject line.