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Sports Performance Internships
The full-time position is a nine-month internship in a Division I Sports Performance department. Upon completion, the intern will be eligible to sit for the SCCC exam through the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association. The position requires the ability to work 40+ hours per week, including some weekends. Additional requirements: NSCA-CSCS, Bachelor's Degree in a related field, current CPR-AED/First Aid certification, previous experience as a strength & conditioning professional, and the ability to function as a Head Sports Performance Coach for designated Georgetown University Varsity teams.
To be eligible for a college credit internship, graduate students are required to obtain or be in pursuit of the NSCA-CSCS prior to the start of their internship and carry a current CPR-AED/First Aid certification. Undergraduate students must be in pursuit of a degree in a related field and demonstrate requisite knowledge of strength & conditioning. Curriculum and schedule are determined by the Georgetown Sports Performance staff in accordance with the educational institution's requirements of the intern.
Volunteers seeking practical experience in the Strength & Conditioning field may intern with the Georgetown Sports Performance Department. Volunteer interns who have completed their undergraduate degree are expected to obtain their NSCA-CSCS before the start of their internship and carry a current CPR-AED/First Aid certification. Volunteer interns who do not hold a Bachelor's Degree are expected to be in pursuit of a degree in a related field and demonstrate requisite knowledge of strength & conditioning. A commitment of at least two days and eight hours a week is required.