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1 Wellness Center Internship Program Standards & Protocol

2 Internship Objective: The primary goal of the internship program is to provide the opportunity for students to develop and apply their classroom skills in the corporate wellness workplace. Through hands-on experience, students gain confidence and competence, which they can utilize in their future careers.

3 MillerCoors Mission Statement: “To provide the most comprehensive, innovative and responsive wellness services to enhance the mind, body, spirit and emotions of all employees, retirees and their families”.

4 Rules & Guidelines: Interns are required to dress in a professional manner appropriate to the position. This includes exercise attire for both work and fitness class instruction. Appropriate attire guidelines are listed in the Employee Handbook at the Front Desk. Be on time! 5 minutes early is a good rule to follow. Your Internship is expected to be a top priority while you are with us. We expect an upbeat and positive attitude when you walk through the door! Special scheduling needs need to be reported to your internship supervisor as soon as possible. You will be expected to be available for scheduling the majority of the hours of operation of the MillerCoors Wellness Center. In order to get the full experience of a corporate environment, and the various workings at different times of day it is important- just as the full-time staff’s shifts vary, so will yours! Interns are required to adhere to the policies and procedures of Health Fitness and the MillerCoors Wellness Center. (To be discussed with the interns during the orientation process.) Interns are required to complete weekly projects and tasks as stated in the internship handbook. Unsuitable intern performance or behavior serves as justification for immediate termination of an internship. This will be covered in detail during the orientation process.

5 Rules & Guidelines, continued… Interns are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner. The MillerCoors Wellness Center is a business, and interns are considered employees representing HealthFitness at all times. Interns are HealthFitness employees for the duration of their internship and expected to take responsibility for all actions during said duration. Interns are expected to maintain contact with their university advisors, and report relative information to the internship supervisor. Interns are expected to seek the assistance of the internship supervisor if conflicts should arise, so issues may be addressed immediately. Interns are expected to take the initiative to seek opportunities to learn and expand their knowledge and experience in the health fitness business. Interns are expected to exhibit an attitude supportive of HealthFitness’ fundamental business principle of friendly and positive customer service. Interns are expected to adhere to HealthFitness’ client confidentiality clause, which will be explained during the orientation process.

6 Internship Performance Standards The MillerCoors Wellness Center is nationally recognized as a leading facility in corporate wellness. We hold high standards for both the staff, and the interns representing the facility and corporation. Interns are expected to maintain AT VERY LEAST, a “B” grade performance throughout their time with us. If at any point, the staff feels that the intern is not pulling his/her weight- a meeting with the internship supervisors will be arranged and a warning will be issued. If this lack of performance continues, a meeting with the Program Manager will be issued. This will serve as your 2 nd and final warning. If performance does not improve, there is no 3 rd warning- the intern will be asked to discontinue the internship immediately.

7 The Basics: Tasks EVERY intern will perform! Front Desk Operations New Hire/Member Orientations Fitness Assessments Class Instruction (at least 1 regular class) Marketing/Bulletin Boards/Displays Equipment Orientations Bathroom Stalls & Recipes (monthly)

8 The Basics, continued… Group X participation- attend/instruct 3 classes/wk (must attend all classes at least 1x during internship!) Site Visits- interns will have the opportunity to branch out and see different areas within the community. If you have a particular area of interest, let the internship supervisors know. Staff/Intern Visibility- working out is a part of your job. Interaction with membership on floor is a must. Development, marketing, and implementation of a clinic, small group personal training (if certified), group x class, or ongoing lecture series will be a mandatory project for each intern. (See Project #1) Development, marketing and program plan for a motivational incentive program will be a project all interns perform. (See Project #2) Development of a blue-print for a corporate wellness center, complete with budget, equipment, staffing, scheduling, hours of operation, specialty offerings, benefits, etc. will be a project all interns complete. (See Project #3) Development of an exercise prescription for an individual with a specific injury or disability will be something every intern should be able to create. Development of a cookbook, based on nutritional needs for a special population will also be an option for Project #4.

9 The Basics, Continued… Facilities Operations Training: Interns will be trained to monitor the maintenance of the exercise equipment. Staff Shadowing: Interns will schedule time each week to shadow individual staff members in their various roles. Each week, interns will complete a “shadow sheet”- signed off on by the staff members they shadowed. Interns must shadow each individual staff member at least 5x during their time at the MillerCoors Wellness Center. In areas of particular interest, the intern can do even more, if desired. Wellness Center Coverage: Each intern will be required to spend floor time each week in the wellness center assisting members with their fitness needs (equipment check out, instruction on exercise equipment, health/fitness questions, etc.), and providing wellness center orientations for new members. Performance Evaluation: MillerCoors Wellness Center will conduct a mid-point and final evaluation for each intern. Interns are asked to inform the supervisor of any specific university evaluation processes. Resume/Mock Interview: Upon the conclusion of the internship at MillerCoors Wellness Center, interns must have developed an updated professional resume, and completed a mock interview with the Wellness Center Program Manager.

10 Weekly Internship Meetings with Supervisors- What to Expect You will meet every Friday with your internship supervisor/s to review your past week and new week to follow. If Fridays don’t work, establish another time to check in. This is a good time to get advice on projects, provide/receive feedback, and ask questions. You will be expected to have your schedule planned for the following week- and present it to your supervisor/s at this time. You will also be asked to provide a synopsis of your group x participation, shadowing, fitness assessment work, and other program work during this time.

11 MONTHLY RECIPES You will be in charge of creating monthly HEALTHY recipe handouts for the women’s bathroom display. Include serving sizes and nutritional information. 4 categories- breakfast, lunch, dinner, desert/snack. Make them appealing! Monitor recipes, if they run low/out- refill as needed!

12 MONTHLY BATHROOM STALLS: You will be in charge of making a themed presentation (3 sheets- landscape view) to go on the holders of the back of the men’s and women’s bathroom stalls. The topic is your choice (wellness related). Cross promotion of programming offered at the wellness center is a plus! Past stall ideas: Body Typing, Bike to Work, Fitness Myths, Laughter Month, Nutrition for Your 20’s, 30’s & 40’s, etc. –You will need larger font, so it is readable from the toilet! –Each stall hold 3 horizontal sheets of paper –Include pictures and color- make it interesting and fun! –7 copies of each page will be needed. Ask staff for suggestions if you’re stumped!

13 MONTHLY MEN’S BATHROOM BULLETIN BOARD: You will be in charge of the men’s bathroom bulletin board. Wellness related topics (can make them more male- specific) Board is BIG- make it colorful with large print and pictures! Make a handout supplement for board with more detailed information to give to members. Post it on board, or have it available at front desk. To be changed out monthly! Arrange with the custodial staff to close off bathroom to put it up (if you’re a female intern)!

14 Muscle of the Month, Member Superstars, and Staff Spotlight You will be in charge of transforming the board over the coffee station into a 3 section board featuring the following 3 topics: –Muscle of the Month- feature a different muscle each month. Muscle should be pictured on board. Exercise examples for muscle should be pictured and described. Describe the muscle’s point of origin and insertion, and it’s mechanics. –Member Superstars- set up a voting box and have membership vote on a Wellness Center standout. Once votes are tallied and a winner is determined, you will need to contact the winner, take a picture, and write a little blurb about the person for this section of the board. –Staff Spotlight- feature a different staff/intern each month. Can double up spotlight, if needed (to get everyone in during your time with us). Person featured will need to write a mini bio, as well as provide pictures from childhood through present (if available). A large current photo should be featured, as well. The purpose of this, is to let the membership better know the staff and interns.

15 Bulletin Boards and Displays: We are CONTSTANTLY updating and changing our bulletin boards and displays throughout the facility. You will be in charge of at least one board/month during your time with us. Boards need to look well put together, with large print, colors, and pictures. Topics to be determined.

16 THE GBBU: Monthly Newsletter One of your monthly tasks will be to write a blurb for the GBBU- a monthly newsletter that is distributed around the MillerCoors campus. Topics should be Wellness Center related, and can convey news about upcoming programming and events, or other health/fitness related topics. Generally, submissions range from 1-3 paragraphs. See example in current GBBU. Submissions are due mid-month, the month prior. Keep in mind that publications are not distributed until the end of the 1 st or 2 nd week of the month. See Brea for more information!

17 FITNESS ASSESSMENTS: Fitness assessments are a free benefit offered to all members, and are a great way to set goals and motivate participants in many of our programs. Fitness assessments generally take approximately 1 hour in the schedule. Fitness Assessments Currently Offered: –BMI (height & weight) –Resting BP & HR –7 Site Skin Fold Body Composition –Circumference Measurements –YMCA Bike Test –Push-up Test –Curl-up Test –Flexibility Test (Sit and Reach) Participants are given a printout with their results, which is reviewed with them following the assessment. It is recommended that participants come back and retest every 3-6 months to monitor progress and reassess goals! Make it a priority to schedule hands-on time to review with the staff, as well as shadow as many fitness assessments as possible. You will become competent, and will be asked to perform fitness assessments on a regular basis!

18 MACHINE ORIENTATIONS Machine orientations are free to all members, and play an important role in proper usage of equipment and injury prevention. Scheduled machine orientation take about 30 minutes. Staff will go through the process with you, and have you give them a tutorial on the circuit that we use for orientations. You will shadow a couple and become competent, then begin performing machine orientations on a regular basis for the membership!

19 STAFF SHADOWING: Staff shadowing is a GREAT way for you to gain hands on experience in ALL areas of wellness. YOU are responsible for scheduling shadowing a minimum of 5 appointments with each staff member to learn more about various areas of the Wellness Center. Look in the GM calendar the end of the week PRIOR, and schedule yourself with individuals- especially during hands-on activities! Make sure the staff member knows that you’re coming along/meeting with them! You will have a “Shadow Sheet”, in which you will describe what you did during your shadow time, and have the staff member you shadowed initial it each visit! There are a number of different things that go on around the Wellness Center, and although they may not apply directly to the path that you choose for your career, they are IMPORTANT to experience, so you know what’s out there!

20 CLASS INSTRUCTION Class instruction is a big part of any wellness facility. All staff instruct AT LEAST 1 class/week, and so will you! There are several entry level classes that are available for you to teach: – Abs & Back (15 minutes) 2x/wk –Balance & Strength (30 minutes) 2x/wk You will be responsible for setting up time with staff to work on class instruction prior to taking on your first class. If additional aide is needed, continue to work with staff throughout your time at the wellness center. If there is a class you are interested in becoming an instructor of, let us know. The more classes you can instruct, the more marketable you will be out in the field. If you have class experience, there are several other options for you- see Jenn, as classes vary. If you want to bring a new specialty class to the wellness center, we are open to new ideas (see project #1). You may be asked to fill for large group classes as competence is demonstrated. During your stay, you will be required to take every class at least 1x! You must attend/instruct at least 3 classes/week! This will give you a clear idea of our offerings and how the scheduling and classes run.

21 FRONT DESK OPERATIONS: All staff members put in time at the front desk every day. Customer service and satisfaction is a TOP PRIORITY! You will be scheduled time up front daily once you learn the basics of our operational procedures. Hours will be in the GM calendar on Outlook. You will have hands-on time at the front learning our operational procedures prior to being at the desk by yourself. You will be responsible for reading the front desk manual- located to the left of the front desk computers. This binder is a great reference guide, and can eliminate many questions you may have! Don’t be afraid to ask staff to help, if you don’t know the answer to something while up front! All staff extensions are on the phone! Make an effort to greet EVERY member as the enter or leave the facility. While you are at the front, you are representing the entire staff in customer service!

22 HELP DESK TIME: Staff visibility is VITAL to our success and membership satisfaction and safety! You may workout while on your shift, and are strongly encouraged to! You should aim to put in AT LEAST 3 hours of “Help Desk” time each week! This is not only a privilege, but a great way to build efficacy with the membership. DO NOT ABUSE your workout time! 1 hour limit/day. During this time, you are available to the membership, and should serve as an example of proper form for both cardiovascular and resistance training techniques. Answer questions and intermingle- correct form when applicable! No headphones- be approachable! If you see anything out of place on the weight floor during this time, you should take the time to pick it up and put it in it’s proper place. (This includes magazines, cups, weights, balls, etc). Also, take the time to clean machines when needed! If you see an unused weight bench with sweat stains all over it- get some cleaner and clean it!

23 Staff Personal Training: Each intern will be asked to personal train the internship supervisor/s at least 1x/week. Treat them as if they are a real client of yours. Be sure to follow all steps that you would go through for a training client from beginning to end of training. Things to consider: –Liability Waivers –PAR Q Form –Training Contracts –Pre-training interview with trainee to assess: Past Injuries or ROM limitations of trainee Trainee’s exercise level and prior exercise history/experience. Vitals Check (BP, RHR) Goals- break down into short-term and long-term goals. Create steps to achieve them. (Example: Weight loss: weekly weigh-ins, measurements, nutrition logs, etc.) Barriers- what would keep client from achieving their goals. Scheduling- how much time can the client reasonably commit to exercise weekly? Refer to ACSM manual and internship supervisor for more information on pre-training interview. –Pre-Training Fitness Assessment- find client’s baseline and set reasonable goals based on results. –Exercise Progression –Reassessment of goals over time. Track progress. Motivate. Create adherence to program plan.

24 Spring Interns: Health Screenings Every January, MillerCoors puts on a series of employee Health Screenings as part of our Health & Wellness Initiative. Health Screenings are conducted at various locations across the MillerCoors Campus. Cholesterol, Blood Glucose, Blood Pressure, Height, Weight, are all part of the Health Risk Assessments performed at these sights. The Wellness Center tallies the results from the screenings, identifying those who are at high risk for potential health problems. We work hand-in-hand with the MillerCoors Medical Center to provide special outreach to these individuals. Once the employees complete their health screen, they have until the end of May to complete 1 of several Health Improvement Programs (HIPs)- offered through the Wellness Center. If they complete their HIP by the deadline of May 31 st - they receive a stipend of $200 off their insurance premium for the following year. This is an extremely busy time of year, and a great opportunity for interns to gain a lot of hands-on experience! Your initial month may involve some early hours due to the screenings. This will not reflect your scheduling for the entirety of your time with us! Promise!

25 Additional Items: There are numerous projects that staff will need assistance on throughout the course of your internship. These tasks and opportunities for hands-on experience vary from quarter to quarter, and will be specified to you as they come along! Remember- you will get as much out of your internship as effort and attitude you put into it! Make your experience a good one!

26 PROJECT #1: Develop a hands-on group presentation series and market and implement it in the MillerCoors Wellness Center (individual) Develop a 6 week clinic, small group personal training (if certified), group x class, or lecture series on an area of expertise or particular interest. Interns will be in charge of planning, marketing and successful implementation of their program. Things to consider: –Target Audience –Purpose –Goals for project –Class Outline- weekly outline of what will be taking place for the entire 6 weeks. –Resources Available/Needed- Consider materials/skills needed for successful implementation –Outline a Budget- costs for additional equipment/tools needed, rewards?) –Time line: Consider time of day and Time of year (is program appropriate?), how many x/wk, how many weeks optimal? Scheduling and time frame for completion should be included. –Marketing Plan- draw up flyers, bulletin board, company newsletter insert, s and any other forms of promotion you may use. –Educational Materials- make handouts, brochures, informative binders- appropriate to the project. Program plan and layout must be approved by internship supervisor prior to implementation. Be CREATIVE! If you’re bored with yourself, everyone else will be too! This project is to be started ASAP, so there is time for proper marketing and implementation!

27 PROJECT #2: Design a Motivational Program (individual) Design a motivational program to be implemented at some point at the Coors Wellness Center. Things to consider: –Target Audience –Purpose –Make a Budget- outline costs associated with program –Breakdown of Program- propose a detailed outline of your program –Inclusion and cross promotion of various programs offered at the Coors Wellness Center (ex. Fitness assessments, group x classes, personal training, health coaching, etc). –Marketing- make flyers, bulletin board design, layout to be sent to membership, insert for company newsletter, etc. –Planning and implementation timeline –Rewards/Incentives- Participation rewards, benchmarks, accountability- what’s going to draw people to your program. Be specific! –Educational materials that may be associated with program. Handouts, informative binders, pamphlets, etc.

28 PROJECT #3: Fitness Facility Design (work together if there are 2 interns) Design a corporate fitness facility complete with budget, operations, equipment, layout, group x programming, etc. Things to consider: –Make a blueprint of facility, including square footage, amenities, equipment layout, etc. This should be detailed and well thought through! –How many staff members would you have? What would their roles be? –Outline Hours of Operation- What hours would you be open? What about major holidays? (Think about the hours the company’s employees work that you’re serving! –What kind of check-in system would you have? How would you keep track of membership numbers and usage? –What amenities would you offer? (ex. Sauna, steam room, towel service, tanning beds, pro-shop, etc) –Make a Group X Schedule- What would the group x schedule look like? Specify classes and times appropriate for the membership a various times of day (take age & times into consideration when planning classes!) –Make a Budget- How much would it cost to operate your facility? (Think about various staff roles and instructor costs). Ask Program Manager for a staff and operations budget, and group-x supervisor about the instructor budget. –Costs and Packet of For-Fee Offerings- Would you offer massage, personal training, physical therapy/occupational therapy, and other for-fee perks? How much would the associated fees be? (See personal training brochure for ideas) Utilize staff members to find out more information about many of these areas!

29 PROJECT #4: Pick one of the following: (Topics must vary between interns!) OPTION 1: Exercise Prescription for Injury Prevention or Special Population Create and present an exercise plan for 1 of the following special populations –Person with Knee Injury –Person with Hip Replacement –Person with Shoulder Injury –Person with Back Injury –Person with Arthritis –Pregnancy –Elderly –Teenage Athlete Program Requirement: Be sure to include: –Population Description –Exercise plan Frequency Duration Intensity Rest –Stretching plan Description of the stretch Duration Sets –Any special instructions or restrictions –Duration of the exercise plan –Warm-up and cool-down instructions –Explanation of the reasoning behind the plan you chose Please Note: –Only 10% of the exercises you choose can involve loaded equipment or machines. All other exercises must incorporate balls, bands, dumbbells, disks, plyometrics, etc. –Be creative!

30 PROJECT #4, option 2… Make a cookbook for a special population: Ex: Diabetes, Gluten-Free Diet, High Cholesterol, High Blood Pressure, Weight Loss- (low calorie) Include at least 3 recipes for each: appetizers, snacks, sides, dessert, and main dishes for: breakfast, lunch, dinner. Include pictures and nutritional information. Can send to the print shop for binding and printing.

31 PROJECT #4, option 3: Wellness Presentation: Create and present a presentation for 1 of the following topics: –Healthy Cooking –Stress Management –Self Care –Importance of Preventative Medicine –Sleep –Depression and anxiety –Work/Family Balance –Smoking Cessation –Caring for older parents –Joys and stresses of retirement –Gastric Bypass –First Aid and Emergency Care –Preventing Falls and Injuries Program Requirement: Be sure to include: »Purpose/Brief Overview of Health Presentation »Target Population (Coors Employees) »Statistics »Explanation of the health topic »Relevance to Coors Employees »Impact upon society »Specific recommendations for improvement of health »Useful information that will help employees make behavior changes »Discussion Questions »Handouts »References »Power Point Format »You will be required to give a brief overview of your presentation during the weekly staff meeting.

32 Internship Checklist: Week 1 ________Complete paper work for HFC ________Obtain HFC Nametag ________Complete Coors WHAM Training ________Obtain Coors Contractor Badge ________Front office orientation including: _____Review security and emergency procedures with Internship Coordinator _____Review Employee Handbook with Internship Coordinator _____Front desk manual _____Phone usage and etiquette _____Wellness calendar and scheduling _____Cash boxes _____Locker rental _____Physical therapy paperwork, scheduling, and payment _____Massage therapy scheduling _____Room reservations _____Incident report forms _____Guest sign-in _____Opening and closing tasks _____Equipment problem form _____Stereo operation (Front desk, aerobics, and cardio theatre) _____TV Operations _____Copy/fax machine ________E-health set-up ________Learn and become fluent with E-health _____New member paperwork and entry _____Participant information _____Program participation entry _____Manual sign-in _____Peoplesoft use and eligibility clarification _____Physician clearance _____Contractor database ________Medical Center Orientation ________Coors Brewing Company Tour with staff member (NOB, BOC, CEC, CDC) ________Review internship manual ________Review internship dates and deadlines for school information ________Schedule your hours for the month into GM Wellness Calendar ________Equipment orientation with staff member (see additional check-list) ________Member orientation with staff member (see additional check-list) ________Fitness Assessment practice with staff member (see additional check-list) ________Group exercise instruction with staff member (see additional check-list) ________Project #1

33 Internship Checklist: Week 2 ________Project #1 Planning (Marketing boards & flyers go out next week, implement week 1 of program week 4 of internship) ________Help with employee Health Screenings- (various stations will be assigned!) ________Schedule time to work with Jenn on group exercise class instruction and design. ________Schedule time with Jenn to review personal training protocols and fitness assessments. ________Schedule a time with a staff member to have a fitness assessment performed on you. Set a goal based on your results, of something you would like to improve on by the end of your internship. Focus on that! ________Front Desk Coverage/Shadowing ________Prepare your schedule for the following week. ________Staff Visibility/Help Desk (schedule your workout times for week- at least 3 hours total) ________Take a Group X Class (schedule classes you are going to take for the week- need to participate in 3+/wk) ________Schedule times to Shadow Fitness Assessments & Machine Orientations, if any are taking place during your hours- if not, schedule time with staff to review anything you may have questions about!) ________Plan Bulletin Board For Men’s Locker Room (both interns do together- schedule time to work on it during overlapping hours!) _______Review week with internship supervisor on Friday at designated time. Bring shadow sheets and signed off classes on Group X calendar, as well as your schedule plan for the following week! Come prepared to show ideas and materials for Project #1. Discuss with your internship supervisor about your specific goals for your internship.

34 Internship Checklist: Week 3 ________Project #1 Finishing Planning & Start Implementation (Marketing boards & flyers go out this week, implement week 1 of program week 4 of internship- next week!) ________Assist staff in employee Health Screenings- various stations to be assigned. ________Work with staff on Fitness Assessments. Pick a member of the team to review protocol and perform a fitness assessment on. ________Instruct weekly exercise class ________Front Desk Coverage ________Begin to Personal Train Internship Supervisor/s. ________Set up a time to talk to Chris (our Physical Therapist). Ask her to identify clients that you could potentially shadow her assessment of from beginning to end of treatment. Put them in your schedule! Follow a client from start-to- finish of treatment. ________Prepare your schedule for the following week. ________Staff Visibility/Help Desk (schedule your workout times for week- at least 3 hours total) ________Take a Group X Class (schedule classes you are going to take for the week- need to participate in 3+/wk) ________Schedule times to Shadow Fitness Assessments & Machine Orientations, if any are taking place during your hours- if none, schedule time with staff to go through both with you. ________Set up/Complete an informational meeting with each staff member- find out about each person’s job duties and specialties. 30 min- 1 hr each.. ________Put up Bulletin Board For Men’s Locker Room (both interns do together- schedule time to work on it during overlapping hours!) ________Start work on the Muscle of the Month, Member Superstar, and Staff Spotlight Board. Should get voting table & box set up, put up fliers to let members know what it’s all about and encourage voting. Ask staff member/s to write a bio and gather photos. Pick your Muscle of the Month and get to work on describing it! Should be able to put up board in 2 weeks. Need votes! (Work together!) ________Bring Shadow Sheets, Group X sheets, outline of following week’s schedule plan, and Project 1 materials to Friday’s Internship meeting with site supervisor.

35 Internship Checklist: Week 4 ________Project #1Implementation- 1 st Class/Clinic of 6 week Series Completed this week! ________Project #2- should be working on detailed plan and design for project! ________Instruct weekly exercise class ________Assist staff with employee Health Screenings- specific duties will be assigned! ________Front Desk Coverage ________Personal Train Internship Supervisor/s. ________Perform a fitness assessment on a staff member. ________Prepare your schedule for the following week. ________Staff Visibility/Help Desk (schedule your workout times for week- at least 3 hours total) ________Talk to Brea about her Safety and Ergonomics program. Set up times to shadow her on some job specific screenings and ergonomic evaluations. ________Take a Group X Class (schedule classes you are going to take for the week- need to participate in 3+/wk) ________Schedule times to Shadow Fitness Assessments & Machine Orientations, if any are taking place during your hours- if not, schedule time with staff to review anything you may have questions about!) ________Set up/Complete Shadowing of Staff (during hands-on time if possible) 1 hr each…You can also take this time to review anything you may have questions about or want more experience with, with a staff member. Be sure to have them sign off on your shadow sheet! ________Bathroom Stall Information Sheets- design and put up by week’s end (work together) ________Come to Friday review with internship supervisor, prepared to discuss projects 1 and 2. Bring your shadow sheets, signed Group X calendars for the week, as well as your schedule for the following week!

36 Internship Checklist: Week 5 ________Project #1 Implementation- 2nd Class/Clinic of 6 week Series Completed this week! ________Project #2- more work on your 2 nd project! ________Instruct weekly exercise class ________Front Desk Coverage ________Personal Train Internship Supervisor/s. ________Prepare your schedule for the following week. ________Staff Visibility/ Help Desk (schedule your workout times for week- at least 3 hours total) ________Take on a member fitness assessment- if none scheduled, continue to pick a staff member to perform an assessment on! Do not always do the same person! ________Take a Group X Class (schedule classes you are going to take for the week- need to participate in 3+/wk) ________Set up/Complete Shadowing of Staff (during hands-on time if possible) 1 hr each… You can also take this time to review anything you may have questions about or want more experience with, with a staff member. Be sure to have them sign off on your shadow sheet!-Some suggestions have been made in prior weeks for PT and Safety & Ergonomics! ________Design a set of new healthy recipes for the women’s locker room and put the up by week’s end! (work together if 2 interns are here) ________Muscle of the Month, Member Superstar, and Staff Spotlight board should go up this week. ________Bring project 2 materials to internship review meeting- should be near completion. Also, shadow and Group X sheets! As always, bring your schedule plan for the following week, too!

37 Internship Checklist: Week 6 ________Project #1 Implementation- 3rd Class/Clinic of 6 week Series Completed this week! ________Project #2- Review project plan with internship coordinator. Project should be complete by week 7! ________Instruct weekly exercise class ________Front Desk Coverage ________Personal Train Internship Supervisor/s. ________Prepare your schedule for the following week. ________Staff Visibility/ Help Desk (schedule your workout times for week- at least 3 hours total) ________Continue to perform a weekly fitness assessment (at least 1)- whether on staff or membership! ________Take a Group X Class (schedule classes you are going to take for the week- need to participate in 3+/wk) ________Set up/Complete Shadowing of Staff (during hands-on time if possible) 1 hr each… You can also take this time to review anything you may have questions about or want more experience with, with a staff member. Be sure to have them sign off on your shadow sheet! ________Plan a new board for the men’s locker room! (work together) ________Review all project progress in weekly internship meeting on Friday with internship supervisor! Bring shadow & group x sheets, as well as next week’s schedule! Mid-term evals this week? Times will be set up to review your evaluation and submit to University Supervisors. New goals will be set for the final portion of the semester. Come with ideas!

38 Internship Checklist: Week 7 ________Project #1 Implementation- 4 th Class/Clinic of 6 week Series Completed this week! ________Project #2- Project should be completed by end of week 7! Present to staff at Friday’s staff meeting! ________Personal Train Internship Supervisor/s. ________Prepare your schedule for the following week. ________Instruct weekly exercise class ________Front Desk Coverage ________Staff Visibility/ Help Desk (schedule your workout times for week- at least 3 hours total) ________Continue to perform at least 1 Fitness Assessment weekly- whether on staff or membership! ________Take a Group X Class (schedule classes you are going to take for the week- need to participate in 3+/wk) ________Set up/Complete Shadowing of Staff (during hands-on time if possible) 1 hr each… You can also take this time to review anything you may have questions about or want more experience with, with a staff member. Be sure to have them sign off on your shadow sheet! ________Put up bulletin board in men’s locker room this week! ________ Review all project progress in weekly internship meeting on Friday with internship supervisor! Bring shadow and group x sheets, as well as your schedule for the following week!

39 Internship Checklist: Week 8 ________Project #1 Implementation- 5 th Class/Clinic of 6 week Series Completed this week! ________Project #3- schedule time and start planning for project 3 together! Designate individual responsibility, so you can work on it during times you are not together! ________Instruct weekly exercise class ________Front Desk Coverage ________Personal Train Internship Supervisor/s. ________Fitness Assessment on Staff/Membership (at least 1). ________Prepare your schedule for the following week. ________Staff Visibility/ Help Desk (schedule your workout times for week- at least 3 hours total) ________Take a Group X Class (schedule classes you are going to take for the week- need to participate in 3+/wk) ________Set up/Complete Shadowing of Staff (during hands-on time if possible) 1 hr each… You can also take this time to review anything you may have questions about or want more experience with, with a staff member. Be sure to have them sign off on your shadow sheet! ________Bathroom Stall Information Sheets- design and put up by week’s end (work together) ________ Review all project progress in weekly internship meeting on Friday with internship supervisor! Bring shadow and group x sheets, as well as your schedule for the following week!

40 Internship Checklist: Week 9 ________Project #1 Implementation- 6 th Class/Clinic of 6 week Series Completed this week! PROJECT COMPLETE!!! ________Project #3- work on project plan and design- should be detailed! Ask staff for info on various areas as needed! Project will be finished and presented at end of week 10! ________Instruct weekly exercise class ________Personal Train Internship Supervisor/s. ________Prepare your schedule for next week. ________Perform Fitness Assessment on staff/membership (at least 1/week)! ________Front Desk Coverage ________Staff Visibility/ Help Desk (schedule your workout times for week- at least 3 hours total) ________Take a Group X Class (schedule classes you are going to take for the week- need to participate in 3+/wk) ________Set up/Complete Shadowing of Staff (during hands-on time if possible) 1 hr each…You can also take this time to review anything you may have questions about or want more experience with, with a staff member. Be sure to have them sign off on your shadow sheet! ________Design and put up a new bulletin board in the wellness center. Work together! ________ Review all project progress in weekly internship meeting on Friday with internship supervisor! Bring shadow and group x sheets, as well as you schedule for the following week!

41 Internship Checklist: Week 10 ________Project #3-Should be wrapping up this project by end of the week! Present to staff in Friday staff meeting! ________Instruct weekly exercise class ________Personal Train Internship Supervisor/s. ________Prepare Schedule for following week. ________Perform at least 1 fitness assessment/week on staff/membership! ________Front Desk Coverage ________Staff Visibility/ Help Desk (schedule your workout times for week- at least 3 hours total) ________Take a Group X Class (schedule classes you are going to take for the week- need to participate in 3+/wk) ________Set up/Complete Shadowing of Staff (during hands-on time if possible) 1 hr each…You can also take this time to review anything you may have questions about or want more experience with, with a staff member. Be sure to have them sign off on your shadow sheet! ________New Recipes in Women’s Locker Room! Put up by end of the week! ________ Review all project progress in weekly internship meeting on Friday with internship supervisor! Bring shadow and group x sheets, as well as your schedule for the following week!

42 Internship Checklist: Week 11 ________Project #4- Pick one of the 3 projects to do on your own! If you choose the same project, you each must cover different topics! ________Instruct weekly exercise class ________Front Desk Coverage ________Plan schedule for following week. ________Perform a Fitness Assessment on staff/membership- at least 1/week! ________Personal Train Internship Supervisor/s. ________Prepare Resume- ask for staff assistance! ________Staff Visibility/ Help Desk (schedule your workout times for week- at least 3 hours total) ________Take a Group X Class (schedule classes you are going to take for the week- need to participate in 3+/wk) ________Set up/Complete Shadowing of Staff (during hands-on time if possible) 1 hr each… You can also take this time to review anything you may have questions about or want more experience with, with a staff member. Be sure to have them sign off on your shadow sheet! ________Schedule an appointment with same staff member who performed your initial Fitness Assessment, to perform another assessment ON YOU! Compare recorded results! ________Design new bathroom stall information sheets to be put up next week! ________ Review all project progress in weekly internship meeting on Friday with internship supervisor! Bring shadow and group x sheets, as well as next week’s schedule!

43 Internship Checklist: Week 12 ________Project #4- Final Week! Wrap it up and present to staff! ________Instruct weekly exercise class ________Front Desk Coverage ________Staff Visibility/ Help Desk (schedule your workout times for week- at least 3 hours total) ________Take a Group X Class (schedule classes you are going to take for the week- need to participate in 3+/wk) ________Set up a mock interview with the Program Manager- bring your resume! ________Personal Train the Internship Supervisor/s. ________Put up new Bathroom Stall info Sheets! ________Set up/Complete Shadowing of Staff (during hands-on time if possible) 1 hr each…You can also take this time to review anything you may have questions about or want more experience with, with a staff member. Be sure to have them sign off on your shadow sheet! _______ Develop 5 suggestions for improvement of the MillerCoors Wellness Internship Program _______ Develop 5 suggestions for improvement of the MillerCoors Wellness Center _______Final Week- Internship Review meeting- go over final project with Internship supervisor. Rate your experience at MillerCoors Wellness Center. Time will be scheduled this week to go over you Final Evaluation and submit to University! 

44 Additional Checklist: Achievements Equipment Orientation ________Provide proper explanation of the purpose of specific exercises ________Provide proper explanation of form ________Provide explanation of how to operate cardiovascular equipment ________Provide general recommendations for sets and reps Membership Orientation ________Understand and explain orientation check-list and membership packet ________Provide explanation of monitoring heart rate ________Discuss the fitness goals of the member ________Address any past or present injuries that may limit physical activity ________Provide recommendations for an exercise program Fitness Assessments ________Blood pressure ________Heart rate ________Body composition- (via 7 site skinfolds) ________Administering treadmill test & YMCA Bike Test (Sub-Max VO2) ________Administering push-up test ________Administering curl-up test ________Administering sit and reach ________Enter results into E-health ________Proper explanation of results to member Group Exercise Instruction ________Use of stereo equipment, voice volume ________Recording number of participants for Group X coordinator’s evaluation of program success. ________Development, marketing, and implementation of class ________Proper instruction and cuing of class


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