Eric Dugan Ph.D.Director
Rose KaserOperations Manager
Leigh Miller SPEX Academic Advisor206.email@example.com
Support Center 206.296.2840 ASCAdvising@seattleu.edu
Seattle Canoe and Kayak Club has
openings for the following Internship positions. These are available for
immediate start, and run with the Fall Program Schedule thru November /
December before resuming in early January for the Winter / Spring schedule.
These are paid positions with ARC Seattle - http://www.arcseattle.org/ at the Green
Lake Small Craft Center for the Seattle Canoe and Kayak Club.
For more details on the schedule see the Green Lake Small Craft Center Brochure
available online here http://www.seattle.gov/parks/boats/greenlake/annual_brochure.pdf
- refer to Page 16 Sprint Racing Team.
Monday, Wednesday, Fridays 05:30
am to 07:00 am. 10/6 thru 12/12 for Fall program. Winter and Spring 2015 dates
Work with the Junior Sprint teams athletes and run the Morning Weights
class. This is a canoe and kayak sport specific strength and conditioning
class. Guidance will be provided on sports specific exercises. The
successful candidate would be expected to bring their own creativity into the
exercises and equipment used to maintain the sports specificity, while
introducing variety into the program.
Junior Sprint Team Coach
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Friday 3:30 pm to 6 pm. Saturday 8:00 am to 10 am. 9/3 thru 11/7 for the
Fall program. Winter and Spring 2015 dates TBD.
Work on the water with the Junior sprint team, assisting one of the sprint team
coaches with managing athletes before, during, and after training. Lead
warmup activities. Assist with preparing the coaching launch, launching,
and recovering the launch. Run the prescribed workout while on the water.
Assist with creating a safe environment for all athletes. Lead dry land
training during inclement weather.
All training is provided.
Attend 2-4 hours of training at the Green Lake Small Craft Center. Time for
this training is paid.
American Red Cross First Aid / CPR training.
For on water positions have a Washington State Boaters Education Card - http://www.parks.wa.gov/442/Mandatory-Boater-Education
- The fee for this card will be refunded on completion.
Experience with Canoe, Kayak, Rowing, or Swimming while not required is a
Candidates will be able to study for the USACK Coach level certification - http://www.teamusa.org/USA-Canoe-Kayak/Disciplines/Canoe-Sprint/Junior-National-Development-Program/Coaching-Education
There may be opportunities to travel with the team to Local, National, and
Youth Fitness Internship with Pocock Rowing Center
Internship Host: Pocock Rowing Center, 3320 Fuhrman Ave E, Seattle WA 98102Dates: September 1-October 31, 2014; November 10-February 13, 2015; March 2-May 29, 2015Days and Times: Flexible schedule with opportunities Mondays-Thursdays, 3:30-6:30pm
Supervisor: Briana Schulte, Operations Manager, Pocock Rowing CenterContact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualifications: Paid and unpaid opportunities for individuals with academic or professional experience in youth sports and/or health and fitness. Particularly, upperclass undergraduate student or graduate student in health science, exercise science, health and fitness, physical education or nutrition science degree program at an accredited university. Individuals with background in youth sports' coaching or as youth mentors are especially encouraged to apply. Applicants must have strong verbal communication skills, and an ability to effectively communicate with youth participants (ages 12-18), parents and PRC staff.
Internship Description: Interns will work with our Youth (ages 12-14) and/or Junior programs (ages 14-18) under the direct supervision of the Head Middle School Coach or PRC Operations Manager leading land-based fitness activities. Interns will work with the Operations Manager, Head Middle School Coach and Junior Program coaching staff to achieve Junior Program goals, including increasing access to rowing and fitness opportunities and individual social and athletic development. Interns will use sports and fitness activities to foster positive individual development, increase self-awareness and confidence, cultivate positive group and team collaboration, and support academic development among a diverse population of youth and junior participants.
Internship opportunities at the PRC are flexible and can be customized to the experience and objectives of qualified applicant; other opportunities for professional development include outreach, nonprofit, adult programming, and special populations.
Fall coaching positions @ Seattle Girls School
Interested applicants contact: April Lorenzo email@example.com Submit cover letter and resume.
Strength and Conditioning Internship with Seattle University Athletics
Internship will begin September 22 and continue through December 6, 2014. Individuals will gain knowledge and experience in a Division-I Collegiate strength and conditioning setting. Interns will assist with the implementation of strength and conditioning programs for Seattle University. Weekly readings and summaries will be a part of the curriculum. Completion of a personal written strength and conditioning program will be a final project and throughout the quarter, the intern must complete a training program of one of the Seattle University athletic teams.Questions or Inquiries can be sent to Wes Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org
Personal Training Position with Seattle University Recreation
Supervisor Name: Christin Everson
Campus Address: Fitness Center, 550 14th AvenueJob Title: Student Personal Trainer
Pay Rate: Level 2
Job Description: The Student Personal Trainer will provide individualized personal training recommendations and program customization for clientele on a one-on-one basis, in small group training, and among other various potential settings.
Essential Position Specifications:
Preferred Position Specifications:
Send Resume and Cover Letter to Christin Everson
Get hands-on experience implementing LIHI's Wellness Policy aiming to encourage residents and staff of one of our region's largest and most innovative low-income housing providers make healthier lifestyle choices.
Internship host: The Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) provides affordable housing and supportive services to over 10,000 men, women and children. We manage innovative programs to house families, veterans, seniors, young adults, immigrant/refugees and people experiencing homelessness. Families at our sites get critically needed supportive services including healthcare, counseling, ESL, education, employment help, childcare, parenting education, and a variety of other services to overcome the barriers they face.
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Pedalheads is an Instructional Bike Safety and Skills Program for kids ages 2-12Contact: Ben Oryall - Manager, Regional Expansion email@example.com
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Cycling Instructor Internship with Rainier Health & Fitness
Contact: Alicia Haskins (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Patrick Otieno (email@example.com)
Compensation: free gym membership plus two group training sessions per week in exchange.
Location: Rainier Health & Fitness; 7722 Rainier Avenue S; Seattle, WA 98118
Duration: minimum 3 month commitment, starting in January 2014
Rainier Health & Fitness is an extension of Urban Impact, a faith-based non-profit located in South Seattle and dedicated to ending cycles of poverty. Use your own creativity to design a 45-minute to one-hour weekly stationary cycling class on new bikes in techno gym. Create cycling plan for participants in our active community.Qualifications:
Contact: Josh Cutler
Banchero Friends Services provides supported living services to adults with developmental disabilities. We are a small non-profit serving 24 adults. A need we have identified is having someone to provide fitness coaching, instruction, and motivation for our clients. People with developmental disabilities are more vulnerable than the average population to a number of health conditions.
We want to do everything we can to avert the preventable ones. Fitness interns in the past have been very successful in getting our folks moving.
The position is 10 hours per week and does pay a stipend ($9.19 per hour).
Please forward your resume to Program Director Josh Cutler if you are interested at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reports to: Biomechanist
Department: Research & Development, #32
Position Class: Non-Exempt, Hourly
Position Location: Headquarters - Seattle, WA
Apply directly at: www.brooksrunning.com/careers.
Contact: Emily Scheuer, PHR - HR Coordinator - Emily.Scheuer@brooksrunning.com
Who We Are:
Brooks is a team of passionate people united by a desire to do meaningful work, lead healthy lives and make a difference. We share a focused mission: to inspire everyone to run and be active. That's it. No distractions-it's all about the run.
The Human Performance Lab Intern will gain hands on experience of product research from the leading running brand Brooks Running Company. The primary responsibilities of the Lab Intern will be to assist in data collection and processing. This will enable the Lab intern to learn the protocols involved. The protocols will include but not be limited to Biomechanical and Mechanical test protocols. The goal for the Lab Intern is to become self-sufficient in both data collection and processing. They will also gain knowledge on how the lab influences and impacts the design and development of running shoes and apparel.
Central Physical Therapy & FitnessContact: Deb Schaack
Central Physical Therapy and Fitness is a value-driven, locally-owned, outpatient clinic in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle. Their mission is to provide individualized physical therapy care and personal fitness training and serve as a resource for patients/clients, health care providers, and the community.
Provide direct support for Physical Therapists
Provide indirect support for P.T.
Contact: 425.822.9496 or email@example.com
120 Central Way,
Kirkland, WA. 98033
Kirkland's premier and award winning personal training facility is looking to strengthen its staff. If you are looking for more of a "traditional big box gym" to train at, please do not apply. Our staff is comprised of hard working, knowledgeable, experienced, and ambitious trainers working together for the benefit of each individual client. X Gym's goal is to cultivate the best training staff in the industry by giving each employee the best environment to succeed. Whether your goal is to eventually own your own facility or move on the other fields such as medicine, we devote much of our time to helping make it happen. In return, employees give our members the best services and training in the industry to complete the symbiotic, professional relationship.
To ensure our members get the best trainers, ALL prospective employees will be put through a 1 month, non paid training internship. Written, applied, and personality testing after the internship determine the final decision on employment.
Kate Loos, Recruiter for Personal Trainers, 425‐869‐firstname.lastname@example.org ADDRESS: Bellevue: 4455 148th Ave NE Bellevue, WA 98007
VISIT: www.proclub.com and www.2020lifestyles.com
Position/Capstone Internship Announcement
PRO Sports Club is a world class private membership athletic club located in Bellevue and Seattle Washington. It is the largest club in the world. We have over 45,000 predominantly affluent members and over 800 employees. Offering excellent benefits, competitive wages, and a friendly work environment, PRO Sports Club is recognized as a leader in providing excellent employment opportunities.
HOURS: Full timeBENEFITS: Full time benefits include salary, medical/dental/vision insurance, flex spending, paid vacation, paid sick leave, 401K with company match and 2 PRO Sports Club memberships. Personal Trainers also enjoy in‐house continuing education, CECs, and certifications paid for by the club. PRO's Professional Personal Trainers enjoy an abundance of clients provided by the club and they are the highest paid trainers in the Seattle area.
SUMMARY: To perform the highest level of professionalism relating to exercise prescription and treatment of clients.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:Bachelors or Masters Degree required. Exercise Science or related studies preferred. Recognized national certification required ‐ ACSM‐HFS and/or NSCA‐CSCS (preferred), NSCA‐CPT, ACSM CPT, NASM, ACE‐PT (recognized). AHA or ARC Advanced First Aid/CPR required.
CAPSTONE INTERNSHIP:One must be in their last quarter or semester to be considered for an internship position. We hire with the same stringent standards as a non‐intern, meaning we are seeking long‐term, full‐time, and professional minded Personal Trainers. We do not offer temporary internships
Reports to: BiomechanistsDepartment: R&DPosition Classification: InternshipApply at: http://www.brooksrunning.com/Careers.html
General Position Description:
The Lab Intern will receive hands on experience of product research from the leading running brand Brooks Sports. The primary responsibilities of the Lab Intern will be to assist in data collection and processing. This will enable the Lab intern to learn the protocols involved. The protocols will include but not be limited to Biomechanical and Mechanical test protocols. The goal for the Lab Intern is to become self-sufficient in both data collection and processing. They will also gain knowledge on how the lab influences and impacts the design and development of running shoes and apparel.
Location: Redmond, WA
For more information please click on this linkhttp://jbconsultingsystems.com/job-board-detail.php?PositionID=4
Pushing Boundaries is a Redmond, Washington based, non profit, 501 (c) (3) intensive exercise therapy center for those paralyzed due to illness, injury or other neurological disorders. Intern at Pinnacle Physical Therapy
Pinnacle Physical Therapy is looking for interns who plan to attend PT school for April through June.
Please contact Michelle Leary email@example.com including your resume if you are interested.
Adriana Medina Adriana@fuertefitness.com
Matt Cagan firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Process: Apply in person at: 1225 North 45th Street, Seattle, WA 98103
Hours: We are a 24 hour members fitness studio.
Internships with a certified active Professional trainer are from 6am-6pm.
Schedule to be determined.
Credentials: Currently enrolled or graduated in a Major within Exercise Science, Physical Education, Kinesiology or closely related field.
OR- Currently enrolled or completed at least one nationally recognized certification (ISSA, NASM).Responsibilities: Professionalism, courtesy, focus over the care of Fuerte Clients,.
Sincere and absolute commitment as agreed upon.
This role is intended to provide on the job training, job shadowing with a mentor coach to enable the participant to work into an active role over a client's specific training needs
Compensation: Based on Experience.
Upon certifications/graduation this is an opportunity to have one's own clients therefrom.
Start Date: Immediate
School Credit Only
8 - 10 hours per week
Start Date: Immediately
JOB SUMMARY: This internship will allow the selected student to share the experience of managing a program for geriatric patients with a diverse array of needs. One of the primary goals of the internship is to make residents more aware of the array of teaching styles and techniques available when participating in exercise programs. The ideal candidate will have a Fitness Certification, experience teaching group exercise classes, the desire to learn about chronic disorders, and know how to safely teach exercise per those requirements. Familiarity with exercise guidelines for seniors and knowledge in accommodating groups with specific needs is strongly preferred. Upper-level classman preferred.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:
Responsibilities are broken down into hours per week (to be done on-site):
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
EDUCATION AND/OR EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE:
Please complete an online profile and submit your cover letter and resume via the website: www.prcn.net . You will be contacted only if you are being considered for the position.
Contact: Jen Wallerich, DPT, OCS, ATC
Cabrini Medical Tower
901 Boren Ave., Ste. 410, Seattle, WA 98104
T: 206.447.1570 F: 206.447.1592 www.olympicpt.com