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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Georgetown University Sports Performance Internship

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY

Georgetown University (Washington, D.C.) Sports Performance Department is seeking highly motivated College Level Interns and Volunteer Interns for Fall 2017 semester.

If interested, please email dmt55@georgetown.edu

College Level Intern Requirements:
Currently working towards obtaining a field related certification (CSCS, etc.).

Volunteer Intern Requirements:
Must have obtained field related certification ( CSCS, USAW1, CFSC, etc.).

General Requirements:
CPR and AED certified
Completion of university issued background check.
20 hours per week starting August 28th to December 8th 2017.
Scheduled mornings (6am-10am) or afternoons (2pm-6pm)
Knowledge of spotting techniques and weight room safety.
Interest in pursuing a career in Strength and Conditioning/Sports Performance **Preference will be given to those who express this**
Passion, energy and commitment to succeeding in the workplace.

Expectations
Gain insight on current sports performance modalities, research and sports nutrition.
Gain hands on experience working with 23 Division 1 teams.
Experience working Velocity Based Training technology.
Gain valuable coaching experience and references.
Gain practical strength & conditioning/sports performance knowledge through a Curriculum will consist of: Organization, Observation and Practical (hands on).

Instructions
Interested candidates must submit: cover letter (one page maximum), resume (one page maximum), and three professional references. Links to any personal, applicable social media profiles that might reflect work history, creativity and/or are computer literacy are encouraged but not required (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc.).

**NOTE: Cover Letters, Resume and References (in that order) must be submitted in ONE PDF file**

To apply, send one email (with PDF attached) to David Terry at dmt55@georgetown.edu. Subject line should be: “Georgetown Internship, Fall 2017: Last Name, First Name.”

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