For those of you entering the big stage of the college recruiting process, it can be very overwhelming, frustrating, confusing, etc… especially if you are doing it for the first time!
You probably have many questions, like how do I start? How often should we contact coaches? How and when do I need to ask the important questions?
An Unexpected Benefit
My clients naturally assume that when they sign up with ACC, I’m going to take care of lots of things for them, from sending letters to coaches in behalf of the player, talking to coaches, getting your online profile set up and answering questions.
But for most of my clients, the biggest benefit turns out to be simply having someone to talk to!
Recruiting is a new, strange world that you’re only going to be part of for a short while – but it’s a very important short while that can have a huge impact on your future! I love being able to help by answering questions, talking things through with parents and athletes and helping them get perspective on all the craziness going on.
ACC Is Different Because It’s Personal
What first attracted me to ACC was the personal connection with clients. Every other recruiting service I’m aware of takes your information, evaluates you for an extra fee, posts your information and then leaves you to the wolves.
If you sign up with American College Connection, I become your personal mentor and guide through the entire recruiting process. You have will have full access to me with my phone number and email. Something not making sense? Things not turning out like you thought they would? I’m here for you. I’ve been through it all many times as a player, division I coach and with USA Volleyball. I know all sides of the process, and I want to help you get the most out of this exciting time.
No question is ever a dumb question and I encourage you to communicate with me often! Because if you don’t, I don’t know what’s going on nor how I can help! So, if you want to know more about what I will do for you and your daughter through the recruiting process, please let me know… 🙂