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College Recruiting Seminar & Making It Count Programs Available

Philadelphia Sports Training Center

College Recruiting Seminar & Making It Count Programs...
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Yes, we are interested in hosting at our High School
If your high school is interested in hosting this seminar, please contact our office via email or phone to request the detailed information needed to host this event at the high school in the Spring 2011 or Fall 2011. The event is FREE to all attendees from the high school to middle school student-athletes and parents.
Free $0.00
No, we are not interested, but I have a referral to a high school that would
If you are not interested in hosting at your high school but you have a referral to a school that does, please send us the contact information for that high school. Any referral helps and is highly appreciated.
Free $0.00

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National Education & Sports Tour will be hosting the College Recruiting Seminar "Making Academics & Athletics Count, sponsored by The Sports Training Foundation, The Villa (formerly Sneaker Villa), Modell's and Philadelphia Sports Training Center.

The two hour seminar which is for any student-athlete with collegiate aspirations, the opportunity to attend with a parent to better understand the college recruiting process.  This event is open to student-athletes in all sports, boys & girls, in grades 7 - 12 in any city or state (some international events available).  To view the college recruiting seminar flyer, click here.  Feel free to copy and distribute to parents, peers, student-athletes, coaches, and school administrators/teachers/counselors.

If you are interested in the college presentation for all students in your junior and/or senior class that is another program available, formerly known as Making It Count.  the Making It Count Program can be presented to your students with slight modifications that will inspire and empower them through an interactive Power Point Presentation.  To view the program flyer and video clips please click here.


The purpose of attending this event as a parent of a student-athlete is:

  • Obtain the knowledge to help your child make well-informed decisions on selecting a college
  • Middle school parents can hel promote the importance of education that can be achieved through the impact of athletics
  • Understanding the ways to save for college and the College Savings 529 Plan
  • Involving your child in their future may encourage better behavior academically
  • Increase school attendance by explaining the guidelines that colleges look for

As a student-athlete, attending this event benefits you for these reasons:

  • You want to have the option of playing your respective sport in college
  • Because of the restrictions on college scholarships you want to know what you need to do in order to obtain a scholarship for college
  • What do college coaches look for before the recruiting process.
  • Is going to sports camps beneficial to getting exposure to college coaches.
  • You'll know more at the end of the event to help you take control of your future
  • Becoming empowered will give you the tools to be successful on the field and off the field

There will be several topics covered throughout the 2-hour presentation, including but not limited to:

  • Different collegiate athletic associations
  • Comparisons be BCS, FCS, FBS
  • What college coaches look for in prospective student-athletes
  • Typical collegiate student-athlete daily schedule
  • College / University official and unofficial visits
  • Communicating with College Coaches
  • Scholarships and Non-Scholarship Programs
  • Video Development and Production
  • Prospective student-athlete timeline

The presenter is Maine Prince, owner of Philadelphia Sports Training Center, former Penn State football and basketball player, former NFL training camp attendee on 4 NFL teams.  He was also a high school Assistant Head Football Coach at Rockford Christian High School & also Director of Football Operations and Wide Receiver's coach at Rockford College located outside of Chicago, IL (his hometown.)  He is also the speed coach for players from the Philadelphia Eagles, Indianapolis Colts, San Diego Chargers, Seattle Seahawks, Chicago Bears, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Arizona Cardinals, Philadelphia Sixers, Los Angeles Clippers, Philadelphia Charge, Conshohocken Steelers, and many more professional sports teams and top level division I student-athletes from universities such as Pittsburgh, Rutgers, DUKE, Central Connecticut, Villanova, St. John's Universty, University of Illinois, Iowa, USC, University of Albany, University of Niagra, Rock Valley College, Berean Institute, and others.  To view the full list of clients, click here.

The goal of the event is "To improve the quality of life of student-athletes." 

Thank you!

Limited dates available, please respond at your earliest convenience to get started on the process to bring the seminar to your school this fall 2013 and/or spring 2014. 


If you are interested in other dates not specified, please let us know a convenient day/time that you would like to schedule and we will put our event planning team to workout a schedule that others can attend.  To become a host from your local high school, please click here to host.

A Spring/Summer tour schedule is being coordinated for cities such as; Chicago, IL, Washington D.C, Charlotte, NC, Weston, FL, Corpus Christt, TX, Santa Monica, CA, East St. Louis, IL, Cincinatti, OH, and Massilon, OH.  To refer a school or start the event planning process, simply send an email to

Have questions about College Recruiting Seminar & Making It Count Programs Available? Contact Philadelphia Sports Training Center

When & Where

Your Local High School
Anywhere in your School District
Hosted at the High School-Invite Middle Schoolers


Philadelphia Sports Training Center

Philadelphia Sports Training Center is a academic and athletic sports performance training facility for student-athletes from grades 7 - 12, including college and professional athletes.

Minimum requirements for all student-athletes participating in training MUST have a 2.0 grade point average.  This is the minimum that ALL NCAA schools require to enroll, unfortunatley the PIAA only requires a 1.74 which will not be adequate to enroll in college.  Therefore, as we promote Education & Sports, it is imperative that student-athletes, parents, coaches and athletic directors understand our standards for academic integrity.

For more information on PSTC, please review our website at or call 267-940-PSTC

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