Strength & Conditioning Coaching Fellowship
The Charlotte Country Day School Strength & Conditioning Fellowship program is a cooperative effort designed to provide an experiential bridge to current graduate students and recent graduates interested in becoming high school strength and conditioning coaches. The purpose of this experience is to augment formal classroom instruction, to experiment with theory and concepts, to utilize practical applications, and to refine the development of professional competency.
Fellows will be exposed to different philosophies and ideas and become active participants in integrating methodology into our system of training. Fellows will participate in ongoing professional development led by the Director of Strength & Conditioning with additional opportunities from athletic administrators and other department staff. Fellows will work an average of 20-25 hours per week, with most work concentrated in the morning/afternoon in the summer (8 a.m. to 2 p.m.) and afternoon/evening hours during the school year. (2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.).
• Leading and assisting middle school and high school team training session
• Monitoring of participants in the preseason and in-season S&C programs
• Mentoring S&C interns
• Maintenance of facilities and equipment
• Set-up and break-down of equipment for training sessions
• Maintaining and organizing training records and equipment inventory
• Entering data for individual workouts and testing results
• Recording of student-athlete attendance
• Support of multi-sport participation for student-athletes
• Promotion of balanced achievement in all areas of school life for student-athletes
• Compliance with all Charlotte Country Day School, Charlotte Independent Schools Athletic
Association, and North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association policies and procedures
Successful candidates must be enrolled in a graduate program in exercise science or a related field, or have graduated from such a program within one year of application. Additional consideration will be given to those with a National Strength and Conditioning CSCS certification. Candidates must have current
CPR/AED and First Aid certifications.