Springfield College graduate student Simone Morin was recently awarded a scholarship from the National Strength and Conditioning Association Foundation as part of its 10th anniversary celebration.
Morin is currently a graduate student in the Springfield College strength and conditioning master’s program, where she also serves as a graduate assistant. She earned her bachelor of science degree in applied exercise science in three years while playing softball at Springfield College. Morin also is a certified strength and conditioning specialist, and holds certifications in USAW Level 1 and Precision Nutrition Level 1.
Since the foundation’s creation in 2007, it has awarded 120 grants and 440 scholarships, totaling over $2 million. This year’s recipients add to the prestigious legacy of those who came before them and fulfill the foundation’s mission of supporting the National Strength and Conditioning Association by providing funding for educational and research endeavors that enhance the practical applications of strength and conditioning.
All grant and scholarship recipients must be active NSCA members, must fully complete the appropriate applications, and meet all specific requirements for individual grants and scholarships.
The NSCA Foundation Grant Committee selected Grant recipients after a thorough evaluation process of all applications.