Episode #114, Joan Casey, How to NOT get Overwhelmed by the College Athletic Recruiting Process

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On episode #114, Alexis Avila brings back Joan Casey, Founder of Educational Advocates College Consulting. Joan first appeared on the P&P podcast on episode #82 when she talked about how college students can thrive in college. Joan has a Masters Degree from Harvard, is a CEP (Certified Educational Planner), and has visited and experienced more than 300 college campuses world-wide. On today’s episode Joan gives us tips on how not to get so overwhelmed by the college athletic recruiting process.
Some of the many pieces you will need for a college athletic recruiting process include: Athletic resume, coach letter, attend a NCAA clearing house (Div 1 and 2), get a film together, constant contact w coaches, keep a minimum GPA and test scores
Key tip for Students: Really ask yourself do you want to play sports in college bc it’s a sacrifice! You may not be able to travel abroad for example if you’re playing three seasons per year.
Words of wisdom for aspiring college athletes: Make sure the college you’re looking at is a place where you woant to be even if you don’t end up play there.
Advice for parents: Make sure playing sports in colleges what the student truly wants to do. Don’t decide for them!

Episode #114, Joan Casey, How to NOT get Overwhelmed by the College Athletic Recruiting Process

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