Over the past 10 years P3 has had a rich history in guiding, educating and up-skilling interns. Previous applicants have gone on to work in the NBA, MLB, NHL, NCAA or to pursue careers within the field of sports science research across the globe.
Performance Specialist Intern with Peak Performance Project (P3) –
Application Deadline: Friday – the 24th, February 2017
Start Date: April 2017 (there is some flexibility)
Duration of Internship:
Applicants should have:
• Bachelors degree in Kinesiology (or related subject) or currently be in their final year of study
• Training and athletic background preferred
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills
• Masters degree and/or certification (CSCS, ASCC, ASCA)- these are preferred but not required.
• 35-40 hours/week for 12 weeks
• Support in the coaching of P3 athletes
• Support in the collections and processing of testing data and video analysis
• Attendance of weekly intern professional development meetings
• Independently complete two 30 min presentations to staff throughout the internship on subject areas of interest
• Assist with administration and maintenance of facility
This internship is heavily weighted towards the art and science of coaching. If you are not passionate about coaching athletes do not apply!
Compensation: Interns will be offered a monthly stipend to help towards living costs- this will differ depending on experience and qualifications.
To apply, please email a cover letter, resume and two references to Luke Storey (email@example.com). Due to volume of applicants, only those that have been shortlisted should expect to hear back from Luke.
Harvard University Studying biology and anthropology enrolled in evolutionary biology and the history of this scientific field Queen’s College, Oxford University.
Member of the Harvard Varsity Swim Team Competed at Nationals, U.S. Open, and the Eastern Intercollegiate -Swimming League Championships.
Interested in sports performance and recovery, with a growing interest in the role of nutrition throughout training and competition.
“P3 exposed me to an all new type of training philosophy. Some aspects of the training done in this program I had been exposed to before, but they had never been articulated as clearly and combined into a program that seemed to make as much sense. P3’s staff doesn’t simply tell an athlete to do something and then walk away; they work with the athletes in order to make sure that the athletes not only are doing the exercises correctly, but that they understand what they are doing and what they can gain from this training.”
Loughborough University 2001-2004 (England) B.S. w/ Honors in Sports Science and Management Oxford University 2005- M.S. in Science and Medicine of Athletic Performance
Northhampton Saints (professional England rugby) 2004-2005
“I had a fantastic 2 months at P3- I had a few options to gain conditioning experience for the summer of ’06, but cannot imagine going anywhere else and getting so much out of an experience. For sports science students or exercise physiologists, P3 is an ideal place to go and apply/learn the most effective and specific ways to use current scientific principals in formulating quality power, speed and strength training programs. My time at P3 also allowed me to gain fantastic coaching experience, working with athletes with various experience ranging from high school athletes to Olympians. I have never come across such a detailed, conscientious and knowledgeable coach as Marcus and will remember my time at P3 with fond memories.