|Title:||Graduate Assistant, Strength & Conditioning|
The LaGrange College Sport Performance Enhancement Education and Development (SPEED) Center is currently seeking (1) Graduate Assistant for fall 2018. The graduate assistant position will be within the Exercise Science department. Applicants must be accepted into the M.S. in Strength & Conditioning program. The M.S. in Strength and Conditioning program is designed to provide in-depth knowledge of sport performance and physiology as well as hands-on coaching experience all while earning your Master’s degree. Upon acceptance into the program, students will be assigned an NCAA Division-III team that trains in the SPEED Center and be responsible for the design and implementation of the strength, speed, and conditioning sessions. Graduate assistants in the program will have added responsibilities within the Exercise Science department. Continuing education opportunities through the NSCA will also be available through the program. Qualifications include: Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science or a related field, CSCS certification, and a career goal to become a strength and conditioning coach.
Graduate Assistant Eligibility Requirements:
Graduate Assistants must be fully admitted to a graduate program at LaGrange College to begin and retain their position. Students with an undergraduate overall GPA of 2.50 or higher will be considered the most competitive candidate for a GA assignment.
Graduate Assistantship Tuition Courtesy pays for tuition up to 10 credit hours for graduate coursework per semester. The student is responsible for additional fees outlined in the agreement letter.
Graduate Assistant Stipend totals $4,000.00 per academic year, and it is paid monthly in 10 equal payments, beginning August 30 of the academic year through May 30 of the academic year.
If you are interested in applying for this Graduate Assistant Appointment at LaGrange College, please complete the online application by clicking below.