Strength and Conditioning Internship
There are two internship positions available for each academic semester. This internship is highly interactive with coaches and athletes. The intern will have an opportunity to work with a wide array of skill levels including youth, high school, collegiate, and professional athletes. Overall this internship is a nationally competative program designed to prepare young professionals for an entry level strength and conditioning position.
Candidates please email cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references to email@example.com.
Fulfillment of this position is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check.
Assist with daily administrative, cleaning and maintenance duties
Assist in set up and break down of training sessions
Participate in projects and assignments for the duration of the internship.
Must have a strong work ethic, enthusiasm, and a desire to develop the characteristics necessary to become a successful strength and conditioning coach.
Bachelor’s degree in exercise science or related field. Obtained or pursuing NSCA CSCS certification. Preference given to those with collegiate baseball experience.
What Our Interns Say…
” At DiamondFit Performance they develop relationships with their athletes as well as track their progress on and off the field. During my time as an intern, I learned that the safety of the athletes is the top priority. They teach their athletes to adopt correct postures, pre-habilitate them to avoid injuries, and develop the skills to get to the next level. DiamondFit Performance’s organization is what makes this program special and ahead of the competition. Each athlete is different and has different goals, so they treat them that way. Every program is customized in order to fulfill the athletes’ needs. DiamondFit Performance’s staff is knowledgeable of the athletes needs at the next level and each department has the same focus, the development of elite athletes. I would recommend this opportunity to other interns because you get the opportunity to work with different ages and skill levels. I learned how to develop annual plans, teach running mechanics, control the tempo of the sessions, and maintain big groups in the same phase. As a baseball player, I got to work with a lot of athletes out of the weight room through pitching lessons and I realized how the weight room affects their mechanics and improves performance quicker than by lessons alone. The most rewarding thing for me through my experience at DiamondFit Performance was seeing my clients’ progress and their gratefulness to be part of this amazing program.”