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SUNY Morrisville

About SUNY Morrisville

Located in scenic Central New York, SUNY Morrisville is a model of innovative applied education — a place where students begin crafting exciting careers through real-world experiences. Morrisville's 2,000 students, who hail from diverse backgrounds across the state and around the globe, choose from more than 60 associate and bachelor's degree programs that embrace agriculture, technology, business, social sciences and the liberal arts.. The Norwich campus, located 30 miles south of Morrisville, offers several associate degree programs in career and technical areas and serves 200+ commuter students. As home of the Mustangs, SUNY Morrisville boasts 16 intercollegiate athletics programs which compete at the NCAA Division III level.

The Morrisville Auxiliary Corporation (MAC) is a not-for-profit that provides non-academic services to SUNY Morrisville, including campus dining services, two housing facilities, College ID services, facilities maintenance, catering services, the Campus Store, and more. MAC also owns and operates Nelson Farms Country Store & Production Facility, Morrisville IcePlex, and the Copper Turret restaurant. Opportunities with MAC are posted through the SUNY Morrisville Handshake account, but MAC employees are not State of New York employees. MAC provides gainful employment, excellent benefits, and support to the community by employing a high number of local community members.

Reviews

Strength and Conditioning Coach Intern

September 2019 Morrisville, NY
“I was able to see the programming process first hand and even develop a preseason program for the softball team. When deciding excercises for softball, we watched different videos of the game and specific workouts other people use. While watching the videos we would stop and actually do the exercise to see if it targets an area specifc to the sport and then we would start to create our own exercise based on the exercises we watched. It was great! It was very specific from the types of exercises, what phase of their exercise (eccentric, hybrid, endurance, etc.) so that changed the types of exercises or how they were done, how many reps and sets. We also had to take into account, for sports in their game season, when a game was and when they have lift before and after the game. Dependent on who they played also affected the difficulty of the workout following the game. I was able to assist during their actual lift times to correct their form, provide knowledge behind the exericses and build a relationship with the athletes. ”

Athletic Trainer Intern

September 2019 Morrisville, NY
“The atmosphere is great! It is a light, joking environment where everyone laughs and gets along but they get serious when they need to. There are other interns that work there as well as work-study students so it is a comfortable environment. Plus athletes are always coming and going from the training room. They were very flexible when it came to my classes and my availability. Whenever I wanted to adjust a time they were very able to work with me. ”
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