I wanted to ask your advice. I have been contacting schools through email and networking to find a assistant coaching job in the states somewhere. I have gotten a few calls backs and few athletic directors have shoved me off because they…"
I wanted to ask your advice. I have been contacting schools through email and networking to find a assistant coaching job in the states somewhere. I have gotten a few calls backs and few athletic directors have shoved me off because they didnt want to support my international visa. i am currently talking to coaches from Rochester N.Y.
Is there any other easier way i can go about this. to get coaches and people to speak to me. to show them how interested and motivated i am to be an assistant. I am even willing to be a volunteer anywhwere in America. I am From Canada. I am willing to volunteer as well. Anywhere.
I’m a Regional Scouting Associate, here in Maryland, for a company called C.H.A.M.P.S. Inc. based out of Atlanta, GA. C.H.A.M.P.S. stands for Collegebound High school Athletes Marketing & Placements Services.
As you are aware there are many of these companies in the market place these days but I found C.H.A.M.P.S. to be unique, honest, reliable and trustworthy.
I become affiliated with C.H.A.M.P.S. and the Founder/CEO, Mark Gleason, through a networking site called Sports Marketing 2.0. Mark's story about how he got started in this business caught my attention because it all too often continues to repeat itself today; great athletes being overlooked and having to end their athletic careers prematurely, due to lack of exposure.
Mark and I hit it off and now we're looking to expand our area of operations and help as many aspiring high school athletes as we can. As you will read, from some of the parents testimonials, C.H.A.M.P.S. provides a unique service, in that, we work in a one on one capacity with the parents and the student athlete, are in constant contact, coaching, consulting, advising and assisting our clients
throughout the entire recruiting process. For many parents and athletes alike, this process is simply overwhelming. C.H.A.M.P.S. having gone through the process many times, helps make the process less complicated, by educating the parents and the student athlete on what to do, say and expect next; as I said before, we are there throughout the entire recruiting process.
Thanks, for your time and consideration. If we can be of service to you or anyone you know please contact me. I'd be glad to speak to parents, booster clubs, coaches, etc. about the NCAA Eligibility Center's Requirements, the Recruiting Process and C.H.A.M.P.S.
Regional Scouting Associate – Baltimore, MD.
C.H.A.M.P.S. Inc. www.champs2.com