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The Strength and
Conditioning Internship:
A Guide for Creating and
Finding a Great Program
Mark Watts, MS, MEd, CSCS, RSCC, USAW
Creating an Internship
• Establishing a quality internship program at
your institution should have two purposes:
1. Athletic performance enhancement/injury
prevention of student-athletes
2. Mentoring young aspiring coaches
The Model
• Recruitment
• Retention
• Development
Recruitment
• Generating Positions
- Organization
• Generating Revenue
- Compensation
• Generating a Staff
- Job Description
Generating Positions
• Approval from
administration
• Liability
• Insurance
• Host institution
contracts
• Criminal record checks
• Certification
Generating Revenue
• Professional
development
• Academic programs
• Student government
• Apparel
• Clinics
• Competitions
• Camps
Generating a Staff
• Limit your spots
• Deadlines
• Minimum required
hours
• Formal interview
• Set schedule up front
• Communicate
expectations
5 Ways to Make your Unpaid
Internship more Appealing
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Housing
Meals
Part-time job
Certifications
Professional
development
opportunities
RETENTION
• Patrick Lenconi “3 Signs of a Miserable
Job”
- Anonymity
• Are your interns recognized as young coaches?
- Irrelevance
• Do your interns understand their jobs are important?
- Immeasurement
• How do your interns know if they are proficient at
their job?
DEVELOPMENT
• Acclimation
• Education
• Evaluation
ACCLIMATION
• Expectations
- Act professional
• Schedules
- Be realistic, be responsible
and do not flake
• Terminology
- Warm-up, technique,
commitments
• Sport Coaches
- Submersing in the culture
of each team
EDUCATION
Intern Curriculum Content
Scientific Foundations
Exercise Technique
Program Design
Education: Coaching Methods
• Before the set
– Set-up, etc.
– Not a mini-clinic
• During the repetition
– Buzz words addressing one correction
– Non-existent during Olympic lifts, throws, and jumps
• Between repetitions
– Reinforce, re-evaluate, and re-correct
• After the set
– Instant feedback followed by direct modification
Evaluation
• Evaluations (KIC)
– Basic knowledge
• Can they?
– Taking initiative
• Will they?
– Communication skills
• How do they?
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