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NSCA’s Coaching Podcast, Episode 71: Kayleigh Fournier

Podcast

Kayleigh Fournier, now Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning at Dartmouth College, talks to the former NSCA Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Scott Caulfield, about her journey from unpaid intern to head strength coach. Topics under discussion include work ethic as a young professional getting into the field, programming for unconventional sports, and diversifying your network of support. Connect with Kayleigh through email: kayleigh.fournier@dartmouth.edu

Coaches Professional Development

Becoming a Strength and Conditioning Coach

June 1, 2017

Article

This article encompasses some of the necessary experience, education, certifications, and personal development needed to become a strength and conditioning coach.

Coaches Exercise Science coaching career Michael Favre conference

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast, Episode 94: Andrew Stocks

Podcast

Andy Stocks, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at Augustana University and recently named NSCA Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year, talks to the NSCA Coaching and Sport Science Program Manager, Eric McMahon, about persevering as a young coach in a tough career field. Topics under discussion include how his weightlifting and powerlifting background help him program for student-athletes and what he envisions his future as a head coach might look like someday. Find Andy on Instagram: @stocksthestrengthcoach or @augiestrength and Twitter: @augiestrength | Find Eric on Instagram: @ericmcmahoncscs or Twitter: @ericmcmahoncscs

Coaches Professional Development

NSCA’s Coaching Podcast, Episode 68: Dave Terry

Podcast

Dave Terry, Associate Director of Sports Performance at Georgetown University, talks to the former NSCA Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Scott Caulfield, about his time at Georgetown and the value of mentorship. Topics under discussion include building the intern program, creating relationships with the athletes, and different ways to think creatively, learn, and grow as a strength coach. Find Dave on Instagram: @daveterry16

Coaches Professional Development

So You Want to Train Tactical Athletes: Becoming a TSAC Facilitator

May 27, 2013

Article

This career series article focuses on the calling of the tactical strength and conditioning facilitator. It touches on the drive, commitment, and dedication necessary to work with tactical populations.

TSAC Facilitators Organization and Administration Professional Development TSAC Becoming a Tactical Strength and Conditioning Coach Careers in Tactical Strength and Conditioning Tactical Athlete

Private vs. Public Strength Coaching

May 1, 2015

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Julia Ladewski presents, "Private vs. Public Strength Coaching"

Coaches Professional Development Doug Berninger Ethan Owens Brian Mattioli Matt Crawley intern internship NSCA internship

How to Apply for RSCC

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To apply you will need to fill out the online application, but first, please read the qualifications to ensure you are eligible. Applicants must achieve and maintain the NSCA certified Strength and conditioning Specialist (CSCS )certification. RSCC coaches will need to meet CEU requirements for the CSCS and recertify every three year cycle as well as complete the RSCC renewal course each year.There is a $100 application fee for RSCC and RSCC* applicants. There is no fee for RSCC*E applicants.

Gatorade Performance Partner Career Panel: Launching Your Strength and Conditioning Career during Challenging Times

May 21, 2021

Video

Join Jon Jost, Andrea Hudy, Dr. Patrick Ivey, and Joe Kenn on this engaging roundtable discussion about launching your career in strength and conditioning during challenging times.

Coaches Professional Development Professional Development Career Strength and Conditioning Internship

CPSS Eligibility Requirements

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Learn about the education and experience requirements for the Certified Performance and Sport Scientist certification. The NSCA's CPSS requirements allow for three different eligibility routes based on your level of post-secondary education.

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