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Monday, November 12, 2018

Summer 2018 Study Abroad Story

The first cohort of the Kinesiology Study Abroad Internship in Perth, Australia, was offered Summer 2018. All 5 had life-changing experiences. Read their story. 

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Internship Success Story - Brady Hepner

Brady Hepner completed internship at the University of Texas San Antonio Strength and Conditioning. Read his success story: http://www.jmu.edu/news/chbs/2018/10-24-brady-hepner-internship.shtml

Practicum opportunity at Physical Therapy office

We run a supervised hour long group exercise class three times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays from 12:45pm to 1:45pm (closer to 2:00pm). The class is primarily for those with Parkinson’s Disease and may also include other people with neurodegenerative diseases or balance deficits. We are looking to have some extra hands available, potentially an additional 1-3 people, to assist for safety and to give added cues, supervision, etc.

Contact is: 

Dr. Jennie Grove, PT, DPT
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist 
Lee Silverman Voice Technique BIG® Certified
Parkinson Wellness Recovery!® Certified Instructor

Appalachian Physical Therapy
Harrisonburg office
Ph: (540) 290-8977 Fax: (540) 209-8980
jgrove@aptfc.com

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Duke Diet and Fitness Center

Act now for this great internship! They want to interview THIS MONTH for Spring 2019 opportunities!


DFC Fitness Internship Overview

The Fitness Internship at the Duke University Diet & Fitness Center (DFC) provides undergraduate/graduate students with a well-rounded educational and practical experience. The DFC is affiliated with Duke Medical Center, the southeast’s leading medical center, and is one of the world’s only multi-disciplinary lifestyle enhancement/residential obesity treatment programs. The DFC program includes Fitness, Nutrition, Behavioral Health/Lifestyle Coaching and Medical components. Fitness interns will focus on the fitness component but have the unique opportunity to observe other components as well. Students will also have the opportunity to observe at our community based fitness facility, the Duke Health & Fitness Center (DHFC) and many different surgical observation opportunities.

Experiences include, but are not limited to:

Monday, October 1, 2018

Duke University Internship

Formal position description coming soon...

Duke University Diet and Fitness Center is looking for Spring 2019 internship students! 

This would be a great site for students who are interested in ANY aspect of health education and exercise to learn. Past student interests have ranged from those interested in being personal trainers, to those who want to go forward in exercise physiology, as well as many in physical therapy, nutrition/dieticians, Nurse Practioners, Physician Assistants, and many, many who have gone forward into the medical profession.

Brian Housle, M.S., M.Ed., NBC-HCW
Manager, Wellness & Rehab
Duke IM Trained Integrative Health Coach
ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist & Health Coach
NSCA – CPT, Stott Pilates Instructor
Duke University Diet and Fitness Center
501 Douglas Street, Durham, NC 27705
brian.housle@duke.edu
(919) 684-9895

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Fieldwork Info Sessions



Do you need to complete KIN 471 Practicum or KIN 481 Internship during Spring 2019? You must attend a mandatory information session. Only those students who attend the information session will be allowed to complete fieldwork. Meeting times are:

Mon Oct 15. 2:30pm-3:30pm. Godwin Hall Room 337
Tues Oct 16. 5pm-6pm. Godwin Hall Room 337
Wed Oct 17. 8:00am-9:00am. Godwin Hall Room 344

Next, prepare the following documents to bring to your information session:

1.    Current resume
2.    Your five and ten year professional goals
3.    A list of 3-5 potential sites for your practicum or internship
4.    The semester you are planning on completing your fieldwork
5.    Application for Fieldwork**

After your site has been secured, you will submit the following form to Jana:

1.    Agency Acceptance Form**

**The Fieldwork Application and Agency Acceptance Form can be found at this website:

Finally, the deadline to submit your Agency Acceptance Form to complete Spring 2019 fieldwork is Friday Dec 7. This is the last day of classes this semester. Start this process soon! Many sites fill their opportunities 6-8 weeks before the deadline.


Wednesday, September 19, 2018

cardiac tech full-time employment, NoVA

If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit your updated resume to Chris Gamble and notify your current manager of your interest in the open position.


Referral bonus: If we hire someone you refer to us for full time employment, you will receive a $500 referral bonus after six months of employment have been completed ($1,000 bonus for a full time RN or NP referral).


To refer qualified candidates for any of our open positions, please have the individual submit his/her application through our website. We now have an online application system at www.virginiaheart.com at the Careers link. This electronic application will ask the candidate for their referral source and they should fill in "Employee Referral" and will be prompted for employee name. In order to be eligible for the bonus, the candidate must list your full name at the time of application.



Cardiac Technician Openings

* Full time positions available at Fair Oaks, Vienna, and Loudoun offices.


Position Summary

The Cardiac Technician performs patient-related duties and provides support to providers and the clinical team delivered in a manner consistent with Virginia Heart’s mission of excellence in cardiovascular care. The Cardiac Tech is a member of the clinical team and contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the clinical flow of the office. May be required to cover other offices on occasion.



Cardiac Tech Job Description