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College Recruiting Night - D1 Huntsville

Learn what you need to do to earn a spot on the college team of your dreams. You will learn NCAA rules, how to promote and network yourself to college coaches, what to say and what not to say in an email to a college coach, how to stay organized using contact sheets, what you can do to stand out on the field and in the classroom and ultimately how to leverage yourself come signing day.

The night will end with Q&A and information about how a College Recruiting Website and Highlight Video from CollegeRecruitingWebsite.com can improve your chances of getting recruited. This is a Free Event. All local Athletes of all sports and parents welcome. For more information about CollegeRecruitingWebsite.com and to download a free copy of their College Recruiting Handbook please visit http://www.CollegeRecruitingWebsite.com.

WHO: Jared Montz is a retired professional soccer player, founder of CollegeRecruitingWebsite.com, creator of America's 1st Online Soccer Academy and soccer coach in Louisiana and Mississippi.

WHAT: CollegeRecruitingWebsite.com is a service for serious high school athletes in all sports who want to play their sport in college. CollegeRecruitingWebsite.com will build athletes their own personal website, YourName.com, teach athletes how to get recruited and give athletes the confidence they need to play their sport in college. At the College Recruiting Night athletes will learn what they need to do to earn a spot on the

college team of their dreams. They will learn NCAA rules, how to promote and network themselves to college coaches, what to say and what not to say in an email to a college coach, how to stay organized using contact sheets, what they can do to stand out on the field and in the classroom and ultimately how to leverage themselves come signing day.

WHEN: November 8, 2010, 7-8 PM

WHERE: At D1 Sports Training, 7242 Bailey Cove Road, Huntsville, AL

WHY: To educate local athletes and parents about the college recruiting process.

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