University of Minnesota Sport Science SUMMER 2019 Internship

deadline 01 April 2019
employer University of Minnestoa
type Internship
approved No

University of Minnesota Sport Science SUMMER 2019 Internship The University of Minnesota Athletic Performance Department (Cal Dietz) is seeking highly motivated applicants to fill SUMMER 2019 (MAY - JULY or JUNE - AUG) Sports Science Internship positions. Individuals will gain knowledge and experience in a Division I Collegiate Strength and Conditioning setting. Qualified candidates will work directly with Men’s and Women’s Hockey. This internship can be used for course credits.

Daily responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
-Download/analyze Catapult and Polar Team 2 data from practices/games/training sessions
-Conduct and analyze weekly Tensiomyography and Omegawave tests
-Download/analyze force plate, EMG, Moxy, 1080 Sprint and Quantum data
-Professional development, including various educational assignments during the internship
-Assisting with supervision and execution of strength training programs Assisting with daily operations and facility/equipment maintenance

Responsibilities will be assigned as they are earned. Interested applicants must exhibit effective communication skills, positive energy, attention to detail, sense of urgency and strong work ethic. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Currently pursuing Bachelors/Masters in Exercise Science or related field, certified in CPR/First Aid, a strong desire to become a Sport Scientist or Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coach and pursuing CSCCa or NSCA certification(s), and proficient in MS Excel, the ability to learn and utilize new and unfamiliar technologies. COMPENSATION: This is an un-paid volunteer position. Interns will have the potential to earn recommendations for future career opportunities. If accepted, applicants will be required to complete and clear a background check.

To APPLY (DEADLINE April 1st): Applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references in one PDF to:
Cal Dietz,
Associate Director of Strength and Conditioning