The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Campus Recreation department is seeking motivated, organized individuals who can work in a diverse campus environment. Interns are members of the professional staff and are expected to be leaders in their respective areas. Each position will offer hands-on experience and learning. More information on each position and how to apply can be found below.
Internship Positions are currently available in the following areas:
Assist the Assistant Director and Coordinator of Fitness and Wellness with the oversight of a comprehensive fitness program and manage aspects of fitness operations including; staff scheduling, program development, equipment inventory, strategic planning, and staff evaluations
Assist with the hiring, training, and development of approximately 20 Personal Trainers, 60 Group Fitness Instructors, and 10 Group Training Coaches.
Assist with the instruction of the ACE Group Fitness Instructor and NASM Personal Training programs
Plan and lead monthly in-service meetings/training for Group Fitness Instructors, Personal Trainers, and Group Training Coaches
Manage all Personal Training sales and the client pairing process
Contribute to the fitness program by teaching or training at least 1 class/client per semester
Plan and executive events and programs related to fitness and wellness, including health and wellness fairs and educational workshops
Coordinate fitness and wellness outreach programs for the University community
Conduct regular program assessments to determine satisfaction levels, areas of improvement and measure learning outcomes for patrons
Research and apply current knowledge of fitness and wellness programming best practices
Organize and maintain employee information, disciplinary actions etc
Assist with the instruction of CPR/AED training for student staff
The internship will be paid up to $875 bi-weekly (approximately $1,750 per month). Interns are expected to work 35 hours per week. Most work hours will occur Mon- Fri between 9am and 9pm; occasional weekend hours will be required. Additional information: a parking pass and options for health benefits will be provided; approximately $1,000 professional development funds; approximately two weeks paid time off (specific dates to be negotiated with direct supervisor)
About University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Campus Recreation
UNC Campus Recreation, which is housed in the Department of Exercise and Sport Science and Student Affairs, is made up of a dedicated mix of recreation professionals, interns, and undergraduate students.
UNC-Chapel Hill, the nation’s first public university, is a global higher education leader known for innovative teaching, research and public service. A member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, Carolina regularly ranks as the best value for academic quality in U.S. public higher education. Chapel Hill is the quintessential college town: a small town atmosphere steeped in NC history, diverse cultural opportunities, great restaurants and night life (Franklin Street), top level ACC athletics, and the best students in the nation.