Exercise Science Intern (Summer 2017)
- BS Public Health (Emporia State University)
Sophia completed an internship with ExRx.net during her final semester at Emporia State University. Sophia improved the ExRx.net Weight Training exam for NSCA CEUs. She created new questions and validated the exam by administering/ analyzing test results of volunteers she had recruited. Sophia is currently working at the Onslow County Health Department and attending Grad School.
Computer Science Intern (Winter 2016-2017)
- Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women
Computer Science Intern (Summer 2016)
- BS Biomedical Engineering (Duke University)
The time I had with the team at ExRx.net has been a valuable experience. I had a chance to learn new programming languages and work on various parts of the web app project. The internship has allowed me to appreciate building a web app/web site. Furthermore, I enjoyed getting to work with people around the world.
Computer Science Intern (Fall 2015)
- BS Computer Science, Taibah University
Suemayah completed her Bsc at Taibah University with First Class Honours before joining the ExRx.net internship program. She is a self motivated and aspiring individual who researched and implemented several technologies to contribute to the front and back end development for the upcoming ExRx web app. After her internship, she also served as a partner web app developer at ExRx.net for an additional semester.
Computer Science Intern (2014)
- Ph.D. Chemistry (Case Western Reserve University), 2014
- B.S. Chemistry (Case Western Reserve University), 2009
While attending graduate school for his PhD in Chemistry, Jim wanted to explore the field of web development. He further developed his skills and gained experience by assisting ExRx.net in researching, installing, testing, and evaluating CMS in hopes to modernize ExRx.net. Jim was was one of the most disciplined interns, extending his internship for an entire year.
Interning with James and the team at ExRx.net was a valuable experience. I came in as a self-taught web developer with no team experience. I learned a lot about web dev, especially about working as a member of a team with focused objectives. It was great to be included in the entire process - from idea conception to decision making. James was very understanding about my unorthodox internship and work schedule and was always willing to be flexible. I wish the best of luck to James and the rest of the ExRx.net team completing their web projects - I wish I could stay on to continue helping!
Computer Science Intern (Fall 2014)
- MS Computer Science (Lehman College), 2014
- BS Biological Sciences (SUNY Old Westbury, NY, 2010
Stu was completing his Masters Degree in Computer Science in Bronx, New York. He assisted ExRx.net in researching, installing, testing, and evaluating CMS in hopes to modernize ExRx.net.
- BS Computer Science (SUNY Potsdam)
- BS Chemistry (SUNY Potsdam), 2010
Jeff was completing his second degree in Computer Science at SUNY Potsdam. Jeff created the CSS to make ExRx.net responsive and assisted with implementing the bread crumb navigation on TenReps.com. He researched various technologies and attended the Weewok.com meetings, offering valuable advice and insight for our map app.
It has been great working with you as well James. Thanks for the opportunity! I definitely learned a lot. I felt very included in the active development of your projects. I enjoyed consulting on various projects and seeing different aspects in the development process, it gave me a lot of insight. It was also pretty amazing to work with different people located all over the world.
Exercise Science Intern (Spring 2013)
- Pre Med Student
- BS Health Exercise Science (WFU)
- Minor in Chemistry
Breanne was completing her pre-med studies at Wake Forest University. Originally from Charlotte, North Carolina, Breanne completed a study abroad program in Auckland, New Zealand. She plans on attending Medical School to obtain her MD. Breanne shares her experience at ExRx.net:
This internship truly exceeded my expectations and I will be able to use the skills obtained not only in my future career, but in life as well. I want to thank you for taking me on and providing me with this experience. I appreciate how accommodating you were in training me and helping me to become more confident in planning and maintaining my own tasks. Not only did I gain useful knowledge in becoming self-sufficient, but I also gained computer skills and research/writing skills that are extremely important when applying for medical school.
- UMKC Student: Master of Science - Computer Science
- BS Bachelor of Engineering - Computer Science
Kaustubh was completing his Master of Science degree in Computer Science at University of Missouri, Kansas City. He has completed his Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science. Kaustubh worked on early prototypes of an exercise prescription application for ExRx.net LLC. He also worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at University of Missouri, Kansas City.
Exercise Science Intern (Spring 2009)
- NETA Certified
- BS Exercise Science (USI)
John was completing his Master of Science Degree in Exercise Science at Indiana State University. He has completed an internship with St. Mary's Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and been an employee of several commercial fitness centers and corporate wellness programs. John enjoys rock climbing, teaching aerobics, instructing martial arts, and competing in triathlons. John assisted developing earlier designs of an exercise prescription application for ExRx.net LLC.
Exercise Science Intern (Fall 2008)
- Certified Personal Trainer (ACE)
- BS Exercise Physiology and Metabolism (WSU)
Dylan was an employee at Spokane Athletic Club in Spokane, Washington and a junior in the Exercise Physiology and Metabolism major offered through Washington State University. He has been an intern at City Fitness in Vancouver, WA and a part of many health promoting professional organizations. His major is the only in the nation to be accredited by both the American Dietetic Association and The American College of Sports Medicine. In addition to wrestling, Dylan enjoys racquetball, yoga, hiking, and snowboarding. He has published journal work and hosted exercise and Nutrition programming on radio. After graduating, he plans to become a registered dietitian and get his Exercise Specialist license offered through ACSM.