Assistant coach position that is coupled with a 2-year Master degree in Exercise and Sport Studies.
Assistant Coaches will assist in all aspect of on and off field team management, including but not limited to: recruiting, scouting, video editing, social media, alumni relations, fundraising, practice planning and implementation. Goalkeeping experience a plus but not required.
Interested applicants must apply online via the graduate website. Do not email resumes and cover letters.
The deadline for applying to the program with consideration for financial aid for 2019-2020 is January 15, 2019. To gain a broader perspective of the mission and goals visit http://www.smith.edu/ess/master.php
Additional Salary Information: Admitted applicants may be financially supplemented in one of three ways: tuition waivers, tuition scholarships and/or work stipend awards. All financial awards are based on academic qualifications, teaching expertise, coaching experience as well as departmental needs.
About Smith College
Smith College, the largest private institution for women in the nation, provides an ideal environment for such a program since it has outstanding facilities, a rich tradition of athletics, and a national reputation for academic excellence. The program is time intensive and rigorous, and graduates are widely recognized as highly competent professionals.
The Smith College master’s program in exercise and sport studies is devoted exclusively to the practice of intercollegiate coaching. Our goal is to produce quality intercollegiate coaches for athletes. Students with diverse and high-quality undergraduate backgrounds who have had intercollegiate athletic experience as players and coaches are prime candidates for the ESS master of science degree.
The program is interdisciplinary by design, combining a background in social science and scientific information about exercise and sports with practical experiences encompassing all aspects of coaching. Graduates of the program are ideally suited to take on the role of head coaches of intercollegiate teams.