Sat, Dec 16|
Santa Clara Swim Club
Santa Clara Swim Club College and Recruiting Overview for Aspiring College Swimmers: Parents & Swimmers 8th-11th grades
Get underway preparing for college recruiting with the crucial first step: creating your college list. Rising 8th-11th grade serious swimmers and their parents will learn a process that has been successful for dozens of swimmers and athletes.
Time & Location
Dec 16, 2023, 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Santa Clara Swim Club , 2625 Patricia Dr. Santa Clara , CA 95051
About the Event
Who should attend?
Swimmers, do you aspire to join a college team? Serious swimmers and their families in 8th- 11th grade who aspire to compete in college should join the seminar. For Junior National swimmers, recruiting starts in June after 10th grade. Futures and sectional level swimmers should start their recruiting campaign before Christmas of 11th grade. Early and focused preparation is more likely to lead to success.
What will we learn?
Diana will share a plan that serious swimmers and their families should follow to find the best college where the student-athlete will thrive personally, academically, and athletically. The heart of the discussion will be how to begin and follow through on the first step of college recruiting: crafting a college list. You will depart with an understanding of steps to take, handouts, a calendar, and resources to support your efforts.
Who is leading the workshop?
Diana Daymond is a professional College Counselor who has deep experience and expertise in guiding athletes through college recruiting and the application process. Diana and her children competed and finaled in the Santa Clara International Invitational.. For many years Diana has advised dozens of swimmers and athletes in many sports to prepare for and successfully navigate the very challenging and quickly changing college recruiting and admission process. In addition to recruiting, Diana specializes in guiding all high school seniors in writing effective college essays. Essays are a crucial component for applications even for recruited athletes. More information can be found at: www.dianadaymondcollegeadmissionadvising.com