follow us on...

Everest Recruiting presents ‘Demystifying the Recruiting Process, A Seminar for Players and Families’

Friday, 7th March 2014

Categories Boy's/Men's, Girl's/Women's, High school, Posted 3/7/14

Everest Recruiting Consulting is proud to present “Demystifying the Recruiting Process, A Seminar for Players and Families.”

The event will be held from 2-6 pm (seminars from 2:30-5 p.m. with question-and-answer session) on March 30th at the Huntington Hilton, 598 Broad Hollow Road, Melville, N.Y., 11747. Click here for registration.

All gross proceeds from the event ($25 per family) will go to the Wounded Warrior Fund.

The Recruited Athlete’s Distinct Advantage

In 2004, William Bowen (the former president of Princeton) and two other researchers persuaded 19 elite colleges – including Harvard, Middlebury and Virginia – to let them analyze their admissions records. They found, holding SAT scores equal, that a recruited athlete was 30 percentage points more likely to be admitted than a non-athlete.

Likewise, according to The New York Magazine, “Recruited athletes have a distinct advantage in the admissions process,” and “athletes have an acceptance rate to the Ivies at well over twice the rate of other students.”

Knowledge is power: As the parent of a recruited athlete, you only get one chance to get this right. Come hear what the experts have to say!

Seminar Schedule

Register and Meet Presenters – 2-2:30 p.m.

“The Complexities of the Recruiting Process” – Ken Miller, Director, Everest Recruiting Consulting

“Recruited Athletes & Standardized Testing” – Vairam Alagappan, Director Advantage Testing

“Technology to Streamline Recruiting ” – Chris Meade, Director Lacrosse Recruits

“The Boarding School Experience” – Chip Davis, Head Lacrosse Coach, Athletic Director, Deerfield Academy

“Five Costly Financial Mistakes and How To Avoid Them” – Andy Lockwood, Director Lockwood Consulting

Questions and Answers, 5-6 p.m. (with presenters)

Refreshments will be available throughout the session

Click here for registration.


You must be logged in to post a comment.

Latest Headlines