Athletic Recruiting Workshop
Saturday, December 8, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Athletic Recruiting Workshop is a hands on session for a high school athlete and parent.
This program is ideal for those who have attended a high school session in the past year and want more information and to actually begin to work through your particular recruiting/college search situation.
For those who have not been to a previous high school session, this talk will cover everything from;
- how to determine your athletic level
- what colleges are a good academic fit and fit for your personality.
- How to get college coaches to evaluate you.
- How to maximize your chances of admission.
- How to put yourself in the best possible position for financial aid.
- How to narrow down your list of schools based on your personal needs and what the school offers.
- NCAA Clearinghouse and recruiting rules.
- And much more.
Lunch will be served.
Admission covers one parent/guardian and one child.
Coach Wayne Mazzoni, highly regarded speaker and author of Get Recruited: The Definitive Guide to College Athletic Recruiting. He has appeared on Fox, ABC, News 12, and is a regular guest on WFAN. For more info visit www.WayneMazzoni.com
"Wayne Mazzoni is the leading authority on the college athletic recruiting process." WFAN Sports Radio 660
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Coach Wayne Mazzoni
Wayne Mazzoni has been an NCAA coach since 1992 and is the author of several books, including Get Recruited, The Definitive Guide to Playing College Sports.
You would be hard pressed to find any better information than from a college coach.
"Coach Mazzoni is the leading expert on the college athletic recruiting process today." - Rick Wolff, Host, The Sports Edge, WFAN Sports Radio 660. (Click image to hear Coach Mazzoni from a recent radio appearance.)