Today is The Elusive Full Ride Scholarship: An Insider’s Guide‘s BOOK BIRTHDAY!
Alison Foley, my co-author of How To Coach Girls, is back for our new book about how to get recruited for college sports.
Without a doubt, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted youth sports. Many high schools are closed. Tournaments and meets are canceled. The new NCAA rules that limit the time periods when coaches can communicate with student-athletes are in effect now, and the lockdown might extend into summer because of COVID-19.
Yet … college coaches have more time than ever right now to read email and watch tapes. They still need to recruit for their teams. This is actually the perfect time to initiate contact. But how? What to say? How to create an athletic resume? How to get a virtual meeting? This is all in our new book!
The Elusive Full Ride Scholarship: An Insider’s Guide by Mia Wenjen and Alison Foley
Did you know that 80% of parents put their kids in sports with the hopes they can attend college on an athletic scholarship? But, without knowing the facts and strategies behind attaining the elusive full-ride scholarship, only 7% of high school athletes move on to college sports.
For those looking to go to college on a sports scholarship, the recruiting process can be both daunting and overwhelming. The Elusive Full Ride Scholarship: An Insider’s Guide breaks down the process step-by-step to help parents and athletes navigate the system and find the right college fit. Inside the pages of this book, readers will discover the answers to essential questions, such as: how do I get recruited, what are coaches looking for, and when does recruitment start? The book also covers crucial topics including recruiting Do’s & Don’ts; ways to communicate with coaches, teams, and schools; how academics play into the recruiting process; how to build a recruitment kit; the role parents play, and much more. This guide lays out all the advice needed to maneuver through the recruiting and scholarship process successfully – and with minimum stress.
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