Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Employment - Sport and Health in NoVA

My name is Gabe Rosenberg and I am the Membership Director for Sport&Health clubs in Northern Virginia. A recent graduate of yours suggested I reach out to you to discuss some openings we have in our Membership Department. He has been very successful with the company and loves the type of work he does so he thought some other exercise science students may be interested.
Below is a description of the Membership Consultant position.
- Recruit and Retain new members through inside and outside marketing
- Using the Sport&Health sales system to promote programs for new members
- Play an integral part in providing excellent customer service through Sport&Health service playbook
- Participate in team coaching/development meetings
- And more!
Our Mission is to improve lives through Integrity, Respect, Innovation, Service Excellence, and Delivering on our promises. Sport&Health is the largest chain of health centers in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. We offer health, vision, and dental benefits, 401K, free gym membership, flexible schedule, and very competitive compensation. There is opportunity for growth and career advancement. Please feel free to forward this to your upcoming and recent graduates so they can contact me to set an initial phone interview. My direct line is 703.637.7463.

Gabriel Rosenberg Membership Director

Sport & Health Clubs | Serenity Day Spas
Club: 7036377463

Applying to Physical Therapy graduate programs?

Here are some highlights from the 2012-13 admissions cycle for the 2013 entering class from the Physical Therapist Centralized Application Service (PTCAS):
JMU Acceptance Rate 35/98 = 38%

Top Major for PTCAS Applicants/Acceptances: (1) Exercise Science, (2) Biology, (3) Kinesiology

Cumulative GPA for PTCAS Accepted: 3.54 (increase from 3.52)

Mean unofficial GRE percentile scores for ACCEPTED applicants:
55.39% verbal
54.80% quantitative

48.96% analytical

Applications increased by 18% nationwide

Link to the full report can be found here:

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Teach for America

Interested in a short term (2 years) service opportunity after graduation from JMU? Think you might like to teach? Look into Teach for America. A JMU student who is also a TFA campus representative asked me to post this info!

Teach For America is a national non-profit that works to ensure that all children growing up in our nation receive a quality education. Teach For America is a two year commitment to teach in a low income community, where currently only 8% of students go on to receive a college degree by the age of 24. In the short term, Teach For America places top leaders in classrooms as teachers; in the long term, Teach For America corps members become advocates for education equity across many career fields. Expenses-paid training is provided. Additionally, a full salary with benefits is provided through the region in which members are corps members. Currently there are 48+ regions; a region is scheduled to open in Virginia in 2014! All majors are encouraged to apply.

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Personal Training Practicum in Godwin Hall

Want to get experience personal training? Check out this practicum opportunity offered by the Kinesiology department...

November Alumni Highlight

Our November Alumni Highlight is on Michelle Tillery DuVal: Michelle graduated in 2010 and is employed locally at the RMH Wellness Center.

Personal Trainer Employment in VA




Stone Ridge VA



SNAP FITNESS seeks a CERTIFIED and dedicated Fitness Professional to join our team for conducting and providing one-on-one exercise instruction and conducting small Group classes, creating safe fitness routines for members and becoming at valuable operations staff team member.