The college recruiting game has changed. It's time for parents and student-athletes to take control of their own recruiting process either as a family or via their participating Sports Club or HighSchool.
C.A.R.E.™ is a next generation educational coaching program specifically designed to educate parents and their future student-college-athletes on the A-Z of the college recruiting process.
Our revolutionary interactive C.A.R.E.™ programs are LIVE streamed online nationally and internationally all year round offering an invaluable education to ensure parents, student-athletes, clubs and high schools master the college recruiting process like pro's. Our C.A.R.E.™ PLUS program also gives student-athletes 6 hours of specialized ACT/SAT test prep coaching to increase scores.
Graduates of C.A.R.E.™ are EMPOWERED and ORGANIZED with a PERSONAL STRATEGY TO GET RECRUITED and the knowledge needed TO GET A FULL RIDE, SCHOLARSHIPS and/or MAXIMUM AID.
All C.A.R.E.™ coaching sessions are LIVE, fully interactive and are streamed via ZOOM so students and families can join the coaching from anywhere, on any device. Plus all sessions are recorded for instant access in case a session is missed or needs to be revisited on-demand.
Experiencing the competition and being a student-athlete at the college level is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Years of hard work, support, traveling and expense playing at club and high school levels can be lost because of the limited amount of time available to get the recruiting process right, families have just one shot. The cost of not being informed or in control of your athlete's future is too high to not get educated for success! The sooner parents and student-athlete's start C.A.R.E.™ the better - C.A.R.E.™ is ideal for student-athletes 8th grade or higher!
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“The QU team behind the C.A.R.E.™ Program are very organized and helpful. The coaching experience they offer is really invaluable in how they tell you what works and what doesn’t in recruiting.”
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