Lights, Camera, Action: Creating the Best Highlight Video for Athletic Recruitment

Lights, Camera, Action: Creating the Best Highlight Video for Athletic Recruitment

Brittany Clausman, University of Michigan '15 Anyone who is planning on playing sports in college must understand the importance of creating a highlight video. Your highlight video is your ‘calling card’, and coaches will only really start to consider recruiting you after they have seen it. Parros College Planning has been working with student athletes for years now, and we understand that when it comes to playing at a college level, marketing yourself to coaches is of the utmost importanc....

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Getting the Goal: Tips for Playing Sports in College

Getting the Goal: Tips for Playing Sports in College

Your time in the classroom is remarkably similar to your time on field. Each require focus and effort, hard-work and long hours. Just like a game, what you do in class in the early stages can make or break it for you in the final. As we know, recruitment is starting earlier and earlier, with the latest reports that colleges are starting to look at potential students as early at seventh grade. As with anything, planning is necessary, so here are few tips from us at Parros College Planning to make....

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Translating Your College Acceptance and Award Letters

Translating Your College Acceptance and Award Letters

By: Brittany Clausman University of Michigan 2015, Bachelor of Arts in Communications By this point, many of you have or are in the process of submitting your college applications. Typically, if you apply early, a response will be heard from a college by December, but this doesn’t mean that all will come around that time. Many of our clients here at Parros College Planning are already receiving acceptance letters from some of their colleges. While the joy of acceptance may be great, it does....

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Early Bird Gets the Acceptance Letter Part-Two: Should You Apply Early Action?

Early Bird Gets the Acceptance Letter Part-Two: Should You Apply Early Action?

By: Brittany Clausman University of Michigan 2015, Bachelor of Arts in Communications It’s time once again to examine your options for applying early to the colleges on your list. As was previously discussed, there are two main options for applying early. Other than Early Decision, you also have the choice to apply through the Early Action (EA) method. What exactly does Early Action entail, and why should you or shouldn’t you apply this way? In an effort to keep you informed and fully pre....

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