The journey to success is not always an easy one. With the knowledge and experience as a former NCAA full scholarship recipient, I developed “Power & Potential”. My goal is to bridge the gap between students-athletes, their families, coaches and potential scholarships offers. I make the process seamless and stress free and guide you on your athletic and academic scholarship journey.
Your Road to Success!
Things to think about
Are your high school courses the right transferable credits?
Have you created your athletic resume/profile?
Did you written your SAT and/or ACT?
Have you made a top 10 list of potential Collages and Universities?
I help with
Choosing relevant transferable high school courses
Assessing your athletic and academic ability
Creating your athletic resume/profile
SAT and/or ACT preparation
Creating your top 10 list of Collages and Universities
National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) A non profit organization regulating student athletes across North America. Those of which compete annually in college sports.
Division 1 On average enroll the most students, manage the most money, offer a wide variety of academic programs and provide the most athletic scholarships.
179,200 student athletes
351 colleges and Universities
87% graduation success rate as of 2017
Division 2 Many D2 athletes are often first-generation college students. This is often a stepping stone for many, providing growth opportunities through academics, athletic competition and community engagement.
121,900 student – athletes
308 colleges and universities
72% academic success rate as of 2017
Division 3 Allow for an integrated environment with focus on academic success while offering competitive athletic opportunities as well as non-athletic opportunities.
190,900 student – athletes
443 colleges and universities
87% academic success rate as of 2017
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). The NAIA experience is to produce character drive, sportsmanship through intercollegiate athletics.
250 colleges and universities, 2 of which are in British Columbia Canada and 1 in the U.S Virgin Islands.