Personal Training Assistant
Nicholas Giuffré completed his associate degree in Global Perspectives in the Spring of 2019 from Schreiner University and has been an athlete his whole life. From a young age, he participated in a variety of sports, including gymnastics, basketball, and track. After completion of his degree, Nicholas wanted to find a way to help others become stronger (both physically and mentally) by encouraging them to stay active.
Currently, he works with a young man named Kyoto Berhane twice a week helping him to develop physically and get in shape. He volunteers with Spectrum Fusion, a not-for-profit organization that helps find opportunities for adults on the autism spectrum. He is hoping to get a degree somewhere around kinesiology. He worked the past 2 summers (2017-2018) at Discover Gymnastics as coach/camp counselor. He currently volunteers in Spectrum Fusion’s weekly exercise & healthy cooking classes, as well as the music group.
He now aspires to become a physical trainer and is seeking volunteer/shadowing opportunities that will allow him to gain knowledge and expertise while helping others in the community reach their full potential.