From Nathan Berggrun, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, United States Performance Center:
I am contacting you on behalf of the United States Performance Center in Charlotte, NC. We are a 10,000 square foot performance facility dedicated to elite athlete development, injury prevention, and wellness. We specialize in all aspects of athletic development including: strength and conditioning, speed and agility, mobility, flexibility, and injury prevention.
We are proud to announce that The United States Performance Center is now accepting applications for our strength and conditioning internship program. The strength and conditioning internship program serves to enhance learning, instill confidence in the workplace, and promote higher education to all involved. This internship will be an on-going program and we are reaching out to respected colleges and universities to create a relationship for future internship opportunities. At the United States Performance Center we look to aid in the practical application of the education your program provides. We look to serve as a platform to foster growth and development, in an effort to make candidates more appealing when entering the job market. We are offering this program during the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters to accommodate the demand of the strength and conditioning field. We are seeking individuals who are motivated and eager to gain quality hands-on experience in the field of strength and conditioning.
A successful candidate will be currently enrolled or recently graduated from an exercise science or related program, express punctuality to all functions and responsibilities, maintain a level of professionalism, and most importantly be willing to help athletes achieve their respective training goals. The goal of this program is to shed light on training methods, practices and principles of athlete development, while sharing the passion of strength and conditioning with those who seek to explore this field.
Strength and Conditioning interns will assist with day-to-day facility maintenance, supervise training sessions and athlete assessments, assist with camps and combines, as well as get a hands-on approach to training athletes in the private sector. We are looking for individuals who are approachable, out-going and can handle a high-pace work environment. A strength and conditioning candidate must be able to work with athletes of all ages and training capacities.
Please distribute the attached announcement to the students within your program. They may contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about opportunities within the United States Performance Center.
Nathan Berggrun, MS, LAT, ATC, CSCS
Head Strength and Conditioning Coach
United States Performance Center
9209 Baybrook Lane, Charlotte, NC 28277
Facility: (704) 544-9544
What is The United States Performance Center?
USPC is a 10,000 square foot performance facility dedicated to elite athlete development, injury prevention, and wellness. We specialize in all aspects of athlete development including: strength and conditioning, speed and agility, mobility, flexibility, and injury prevention.
USPC interns will be asked to supervise USPC athletes of all ages during training sessions and assessments, assist with athletic camps and combines, as well as get a hands-on approach to teaching middle/high school, collegiate, and professional athletes.
Who are we looking for?
USPC is looking for highly motivated individuals currently enrolled in an exercise science or related program that plan to pursue a career in athletic development. The ideal candidate will maintain a high level of professionalism, express punctuality at all times, and be eager to help athletes achieve their specific training goals. Individuals must be approachable, out-going and can handle a high-pace work environment.
What will you gain?
USPC interns will gain quality hand on experience working with athletes of all sports, ages, and skill levels. The goal of this program is to gain valuable knowledge on training methods, practices and principles of athletic development, while sharing the passion of strength and conditioning with those who seek to explore this field as a professional career.
How do you apply?
Applicants should send their resume, cover letter, and a list of three professional references to Nathan Berggrun at email@example.com.