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Mr. Noah Beller, Internship Coordinator

2000 Pennington Road, Packer Hall, Room 234, Ewing, New Jersey 08628
Phone Number: (609) 771-2287 / Fax Number: (609) 637-5153 / Email:
About Mr. Noah Beller

Headshot of Noah Beller.Noah Beller is a full time staff member at The College of New Jersey Department in the position of Internship Coordinator. He incorporates experience in personal training, physical therapy, and college administration as an approach to best prepare students for Health and Exercise Science careers. His philosophy consists of bridging the gap between scientific knowledge, real-world interpersonal skills, and career understanding in order to help students identify and succeed in their ultimate career path.

Noah attended TCNJ for his bachelor’s degree in Health and Exercise Science where he conducted research in the department’s Human Performance Laboratory under Dr. Nicholas Ratamess and graduated in 2010. He earned his master’s degree in Integrative Exercise Physiology from Temple University in Philadelphia where he again returned to conduct research at TCNJ during his master’s internship in 2014. After working in the physical therapy field as a certified personal trainer and certified exercise physiologist he returned to TCNJ in 2015 to begin work as the Internship Coordinator.

Curriculum Vitae

Certified Exercise Physiologist: American College of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer: National Academy of Sports Medicine



Master of Science, Integrative Exercise Physiology, May 2014

GPA: 4.0


Bachelor of Health and Exercise Science, May 2010

GPA: 3.6


The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ August 2015 – Present

Internship Coordinator

  • Monitor intern performance via direct communication with internship sites and students throughout the semester and on-site visits consisting of in-depth consultations with the supervisor and student regarding daily performance and Impact
  • Tour internship facilities with supervisors to gain thorough understanding of the skills and competencies needed for students to exceed
  • Provide students with feedback and constructive criticism to help them exceed internship supervisors’ expectations and uphold TCNJ’s reputation for interns out-performing other
  • Identifying possible areas of performance that need improvement as suggested by internship supervisors and helping students make necessary
  • Facilitate continuation of the professional relationship between TCNJ’s internship program and internship sites via discussions with supervisors concerning their satisfaction with our students’ preparedness (knowledge base and professionalism).
  • Seeking out and networking with potential new internship sites and acting as general liaison between internship supervisors, students, and TCNJ
  • Instruct HES 493- class meetings regarding the student internship

Apple Physical Therapy, Voorhees, NJ                                                                                    December 2014 – Present

Physical Therapist Aide

  • Instruct patients in all forms of physical therapy exercise
  • Observe and correct patients performing therapy
  • Observe initial evaluations, re-evaluations, and discuss reasoning behind therapy prescription, progression, and regression with physical
  • Travel to various medical businesses to market Apple PT and gain
  • Perform daily therapy tasks such as applying electrical stimulation, heat, ice, and compression to


RETRO FITNESS, Cherry Hill, NJ                                                                                      August 2008 – March 2011

Certified Personal Trainer

  • Providing personal training services and formulating exercise prescriptions for clients including healthy men and women of all ages and special
  • Special populations include: cancer survivors, type 2 Diabetics, geriatrics, and obese


THE COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY, Ewing, NJ August 2008 – May 2009

Certified Personal Trainer

  • Provided personal training and nutritional counseling for college students, formulated exercise prescriptions for short and long term goals that students can continue after personal
  • Educating students on scientific principles behind good health and physical fitness to ensure continued ing after