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USTA Showcases & Events for Junior Players & College Coaches

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Some opportunities listed below are not supported by the USTA, they are listed here to simply inform players of these events. Also, visit the casinoextra.fr National Showcases presented by adiplayer schedule.

 

Date Dec. ,
Event Collegiate Exposure Camps 
City Orlando, Fla. 
Host Collegiate Exposure Camps 
Facility USTA National Campus 
WebsiteHomepage
Contact tennis@casinoextra.fr 

 

Date Dec. ,
Event Ed Krass' College Tennis Exposure Camp
City Lakeland, Fla.
Host Ed Krass
Facility Beerman Family Tennis Complex
WebsiteHomepage
Contact ()

 

Date Jan. ,
Event Donovan Tennis College Prospects Showcase
City Claremont, Calif.
Host Donovan Tennis Strategies
Facility CMS Biszantz Family Tennis Center
WebsiteHomepage
Contact tim@casinoextra.fr

 

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Date TBA
Event USTA Midwest College Showcase
City TBA
Host USTA Midwest
Facility TBA
WebsiteHomepage
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Date TBA
Event USTA Texas College Showcase
City TBA
Host USTA Texas
Facility TBA
WebsiteHomepage
Contact cwatson@casinoextra.fr

 

Date Sept. 17,
Event HBCU Championships Junior Combine
City TBA
Host USTA and USTA Southern
Facility TBA
WebsiteHBCU Championships Homepage
Contact jones@casinoextra.fr

 

Date TBA
Event USTA Section Showcases
InfoSome Sections host Showcases in November and these may return
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The best college tennis recruiting event of the year!

A unique event that combines 2 days of live matches with the latest on video analysis and interaction with over College Coaches from across the USA.

  • 2 days of Team Matchplay and Video Recording
  • Face-to-face interaction with attending college coaches at the College Expo.
  • Virtual College Coaches Expo for additional interaction with non-attending coaches.
Sign up!

Team Matchplay & Video Analysis

The USP Showcase is played in a unique College-Style Team format, that provides the full college experience for players and allow coaches to evaluate players even better. College coaches in attendance will be able to see you live, but all your matches will be recorded and uploaded to the Tennis Analytics Platform where even more College Coaches - from NCAA, NAIA, and NJCAA institutions from across the USA - will be able to watch you play.

The College Expo

All participants will have the unique opportunity to engage face to face with all attending college coaches. An important part of the showcase, where coaches and players will meet to gather information and establish a personal relationship. Parents are welcome to participate.

The Virtual Expo

The USP College Tennis Winter Showcase includes a Virtual College Expo, where you will be able to additionally interact and engage with + college coaches who will have access to your profile and the videos from the showcase. The virtual component will provide safe interaction with college coaches who were not able to travel to attend the showcase.

Team Matchplay

The USP Showcase is played in a unique College-Style Team Matchplay, that provides the full college experience for players and allow coaches to evaluate players even better.

Players will compete representing their teams and earning points for their teams during the two days of the event, all players will play at least three singles and one doubles matches, all matches will count towards UTR.

Interaction with College Coaches

Getting exposure and showing your talent on the court is very important, but what happens off the court is equally important, at the showcase you will have the opportunity to interact with many coaches, you will be able to introduce yourself, show them your interest and ask questions.

After the showcase, your exposure will not stop.

All registered coaches across the country will have access to your recorded videos. This will be very important, especially for those who were not able to travel to Naples. During the virtual portion of the showcase, you will be able to engage with even more college coaches from the safety and comfort of your own home through our virtual college expo platform.

Each coach will have a virtual booth where you will be able to reach out to them, chat, and even have video calls.

Video Analysis Report

Tennis Analytics Research shows that players do not always do what they think they are doing in competition, and that coaches are less than 45% correct in their post-match assessment as to why a match is won or lost. That’s where Tennis Analytics comes in! Tennis Analytics provides players and coaches with objective data.

All showcase matches will be filmed, charted, and uploaded to the Tennis Analytics Platform, where participating college coaches will be able to dissect and evaluate your game. Each charted match includes a Match Report with all statistics and key performance indicators.

After the Showcase, you will have full access to your videos. You will be able to send them to more coaches and boost your recruiting even further!

Team Matchplay & Video Analysis:

December ,

Wednesday, Thursday
From AM to PM
Emilio Sanchez Academy - Naples
Sanchez-Casal Way, Naples, FL - Get Directions

Virtual College Expo:

December 16,

Participants:

Boys and girls currently attending High School (9thth grade)
Boys and girls who have recently graduated from High School
College Players who are ready to transfer to another school

NOTE: For freshmen and sophomores, please refer to NCAA regulations regarding the interaction between 9th and 10th-grade students with college coaches. Click here to see more.

Participation Fee:

$

More than Universities have attended the usp college tennis showcase circuit.

Emilio Sanchez Academy

Sanchez-Casal Way, Naples, FL

Источник: [casinoextra.fr]

Tennis College Showcases

What Skills Can Dating Platforms Help Students Develop?

As a teenager or young adult on a scholarship, whether in the United States or Australia, a person steps into the first stage of an independent life and gets the first shots, gaining experience in the learning process. However, social life at this time does not stand aside, especially in the age of total digitalization. When it comes to online dating apps, most parents don’t think of them as potential opportunities for personal growth. Instead, they think of them as time and money wasters that (at best) might help their child find a relationship online or (at worst) end in teens distancing themselves from the family. While it’s certainly true that meeting online might not be a traditional method for learning life skills, we think that there is some positive educational potential that these platforms can bring to the table. If you have a teenager or young adult in your life that you think is just wasting time dating online, consider these five potential benefits for their school life and scholarship retention that they might be building on! Social Skills To be fair, flirting is far different from your normal everyday interactions. Nonetheless, there is a certain level of tact and intuition that must be attained in order to be successful while flirting through teenage dating apps. Whereas joking around and making fun of someone might work just fine if they’re already a friend, it’s unlikely to yield positive results for singles trying to find their other half. Online dating can help them develop healthy ways to communicate with members of the opposite (or same) gender without coming off as vulgar, rude, or downright disrespectful, which is perfect for behaving at a school. Learning how to attract a person isn’t far off from making points on your thesis seem strong or befriending your partners on a project, which is a perfect condition for it to be successful. Plus, dating chat definitely expands your social circle, so even when you're far from home in Australia, you can make friends and support. Managing Rejection As you probably remember, relationships as a student can be quite trying and rarely have a happy ending. Of course, some relationships never even start! Either way, rejection is an unfortunate part of life, and while we may not enjoy the process, it’s still something that we need to learn to deal with. Heartbreak can be especially hurtful, but it does provide a great learning opportunity will (in the big picture) relatively little risk. While romantic rejection and getting turned down for a grade or an internship aren’t exactly the same thing, it’s still important to know how to properly deal with rejection, regardless of the situation. Communicating with people online can help young singles learn how to deal with the disappointments and downfalls of life. Getting a C for your paper or being turned down by a person is a lot alike – all students need to learn from it is how to become a better person and do better next time! The same lesson will apply anywhere – from a first few rejections when looking for a first job to being let go from it – rejection is normal and isn’t a tragedy, as a person can always try the next time. Time Management Whether it’s planning time for a date or simply setting aside time to study on a daily basis, time management is key to being successful in scholarshipy life, not just in online dating. Coincidentally, time management is also a skill that is required in nearly every other facet of life. Most likely, the teen (or young adult) in question will have more going on than just their romantic life: they’ll also have school, homework, time with friends, time with family, and perhaps even a job! Balancing tome between romance and school is hard for all students, forcing them to adjust their schedules (and advancing their time management skills in the process!). Managing their time between different activities is a struggle not only for students but for a lot of adults, so picking up this important skill from setting time for romance and time for studies early in life will make young students’ lives easier. Financial Planning Some schools are free, just like some dating sites, so this may not be applicable in your particular situation. However, most good things in life require a paid membership. Suppose a teenager (or young adult) is truly looking to get the most out of their educational journey. In that case, they will most likely consider an expensive school. Since money doesn’t grow on trees, they will be forced to find a way to fund their education, which could be applying for a scholarship, finding a new job, or even getting a promotion at work! If they want to get their grade, they will need to find a way to manage their finances to ensure everything is paid for on time. This lesson may be learned the hard way (when a teen’s parents tell them they are incapable of paying for their education) or the easy way – when trying to save some money to talk to a girl you like on a dating website that requires a premium membership. Surely this is an important life skill! Peer Pressure The idea of peer pressure at school isn’t often a topic that many parents feel inclined to discuss, but (for better or for worse) it’s just a fact of life for the modern teenager. To bend or not to bend under its pressure isn’t a personal decision but a question of will. But regardless of their stance, they will most likely come into contact with someone who tries to make them change their mind – be it a teacher or fellow students. Some students don’t know how to react to criticism from peers. This is where online dating platforms can help them learn that strangers on the internet may be helpful or harmful to their self-esteem. If communication works, criticism is accepted as healthy and maybe objected or accepted; if a person criticizes a student’s knowledge (or, at online dating sites, appearance, and interests) to be seen as a better person in their own eyes – young adults need to learn how to ignore this pressure. It’s OK to Be Afraid Whether they’re considering a school in another country, such as Australia, or dating abroad, chances are, as a parent, you most likely aren’t enthused about your teenager (or young adult) entering the world of adulthood. And that’s OK! Fortunately, by letting them start to decide their own fate, be it in education or online dating earlier rather than later, you can be there by their side to provide guidance, suggestions, and support for their goals when needed while still allowing them to make just enough mistakes to learn from it. After all, who can teach them how to navigate the world better than you?

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8th Annual IMRecruitable College Tennis Showcase

The 8th Annual IMRecruitable College Tennis Showcase powered by Gatorade was held at Patch Reef Park Tennis Center in Boca Raton, Florida on December , One hundred prospective college tennis players (boys and girls), including 11 Canadians, joined over one hundred college coaches, representing all divisions and levels of the game. The coaches were in attendance to scout and potentially recruit players for their future teams. All participants played in 3 singles and 2 doubles matches that count towards their UTR ratings. In addition to match play, the showcase featured a Q&A session for players and parents with college coaches, special guest speaker Jesse Levine, (Ottawa, ON native and former University of Florida standout and ATP high rank of #69), an interactive college expo and a parents recruiting seminar hosted by IMRecruitable founder and CEO Tarek Merchant (Kingston, ON native). For more information on IMRecruitable, click here.

 

 

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Recruiting Showcases 

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USTA Showcases & Events for Junior Players & College Coaches

To add an event, email casinoextra.fron@casinoextra.fr with full details.

Some opportunities listed below are not supported by the USTA, they are listed here to simply inform players of these events. Also, visit the casinoextra.fr National Showcases presented by adiplayer schedule.

 

Date Dec. ,
Event Collegiate Exposure Camps 
City Orlando, Fla. 
Host Collegiate Exposure Camps 
Facility USTA National Campus 
WebsiteHomepage
Contact tennis@casinoextra.fr 

 

Date Dec. ,
Event Ed Krass' College Tennis Exposure Camp
City Lakeland, Fla.
Host Ed Krass
Facility Beerman Family Tennis Complex
WebsiteHomepage
Contact ()

 

Date Jan. ,
Event Donovan Tennis College Prospects Showcase
City Claremont, Calif.
Host Donovan Tennis Strategies
Facility CMS Biszantz Family Tennis Center
WebsiteHomepage
Contact tim@casinoextra.fr

 

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Date TBA
Event USTA Midwest College Showcase
City TBA
Host USTA Midwest
Facility TBA
WebsiteHomepage
Contact chad@casinoextra.fr

 

Date TBA
Event USTA Texas College Showcase
City TBA
Host USTA Texas
Facility TBA
WebsiteHomepage
Contact cwatson@casinoextra.fr

 

Date Sept. 17,
Event HBCU Championships Junior Combine
City TBA
Host USTA and USTA Southern
Facility TBA
WebsiteHBCU Championships Homepage
Contact jones@casinoextra.fr

 

Date TBA
Event USTA Section Showcases
InfoSome Sections host Showcases in November and these may return
Contact casinoextra.fron@casinoextra.fr
Источник: [casinoextra.fr]

8th Annual IMRecruitable College Tennis Showcase

The 8th Annual IMRecruitable College Tennis Showcase powered by Gatorade was held at Patch Reef Park Tennis Center in Boca Raton, Florida on December , One hundred prospective college tennis players (boys and girls), including 11 Canadians, joined over one hundred college coaches, representing all divisions and levels of the game. The coaches were in attendance to scout and potentially recruit players for their future teams. All participants played in 3 singles and 2 doubles matches that count towards their UTR ratings. In addition to match play, the showcase featured a Q&A session for players and parents with college coaches, special guest speaker Jesse Levine, (Ottawa, ON native and former University of Florida standout and ATP high rank of #69), an interactive college expo and a parents recruiting seminar hosted by IMRecruitable founder and CEO Tarek Merchant (Kingston, ON native). For more information on IMRecruitable, click here.

 

 

Источник: [casinoextra.fr]

The best college tennis recruiting event of the year!

A unique event that combines 2 days of live matches with the latest on video analysis and interaction with over College Coaches from across the USA.

  • 2 days of Team Matchplay and Video Recording
  • Face-to-face interaction with attending college coaches at the College Expo.
  • Virtual College Coaches Expo for additional interaction with non-attending coaches.
Sign up!

Team Matchplay & Video Analysis

The USP Showcase is played in a unique College-Style Team format, that provides the full college experience for players and allow coaches to evaluate players even better. College coaches in attendance will be able to see you live, but all your matches will be recorded and uploaded to the Tennis Analytics Platform where even more College Coaches - from NCAA, NAIA, and NJCAA institutions from across the USA - will be able to watch you play.

The College Expo

All participants will have the unique opportunity to engage face to face with all attending college coaches. An important part of the showcase, where coaches and players will meet to gather information and establish a personal relationship. Parents are welcome to participate.

The Virtual Expo

The USP College Tennis Winter Showcase includes a Virtual College Expo, where you will be able to additionally interact and engage with + college coaches who will have access to your profile and the videos from the showcase. The virtual component will provide safe interaction with college coaches who were not able to travel to attend the showcase.

Team Matchplay

The USP Showcase is played in a unique College-Style Team Matchplay, that provides the full college experience for players and allow coaches to evaluate players even better.

Players will compete representing their teams and earning points for their teams during the two days of the event, all players will play at least three singles and one doubles matches, all matches will count towards UTR.

Interaction with College Coaches

Getting exposure and showing your talent on the court is very important, but what happens off the court is equally important, at the showcase you will have the opportunity to interact with many coaches, you will be able to introduce yourself, show them your interest and ask questions.

After the showcase, your exposure will not stop.

All registered coaches across the country will have access to your recorded videos. This will be very important, especially for those who were not able to travel to Naples. During the virtual portion of the showcase, you will be able to engage with even more college coaches from the safety and comfort of your own home through our virtual college expo platform.

Each coach will have a virtual booth where you will be able to reach out to them, chat, and even have video calls.

Video Analysis Report

Tennis Analytics Research shows that players do not always do what they think they are doing in competition, and that coaches are less than 45% correct in their post-match assessment as to why a match is won or lost. That’s where Tennis Analytics comes in! Tennis Analytics provides players and coaches with objective data.

All showcase matches will be filmed, charted, and uploaded to the Tennis Analytics Platform, where participating college coaches will be able to dissect and evaluate your game. Each charted match includes a Match Report with all statistics and key performance indicators.

After the Showcase, you will have full access to your videos. You will be able to send them to more coaches and boost your recruiting even further!

Team Matchplay & Video Analysis:

December ,

Wednesday, Thursday
From AM to PM
Emilio Sanchez Academy - Naples
Sanchez-Casal Way, Naples, FL - Get Directions

Virtual College Expo:

December 16,

Participants:

Boys and girls currently attending High School (9thth grade)
Boys and girls who have recently graduated from High School
College Players who are ready to transfer to another school

NOTE: For freshmen and sophomores, please refer to NCAA regulations regarding the interaction between 9th and 10th-grade students with college coaches. Click here to see more.

Participation Fee:

$

More than Universities have attended the usp college tennis showcase circuit.

Emilio Sanchez Academy

Sanchez-Casal Way, Naples, FL

Источник: [casinoextra.fr]

Tennis College Showcases

What Skills Can Dating Platforms Help Students Develop?

As a teenager or young adult on a scholarship, whether in the United States or Australia, a person steps into the first stage of an independent life and gets the first shots, gaining experience in the learning process. However, social life at this time does not stand aside, especially in the age of total digitalization. When it comes to online dating apps, most parents don’t think of them as potential opportunities for personal growth. Instead, they think of them as time and money wasters that (at best) might help their child find a relationship online or (at worst) end in teens distancing themselves from the family. While it’s certainly true that meeting online might not be a traditional method for learning life skills, we think that there is some positive educational potential that these platforms can bring to the table. If you have a teenager or young adult in your life that you think is just wasting time dating online, consider these five potential benefits for their school life and scholarship retention that they might be building on! Social Skills To be fair, flirting is far different from your normal everyday interactions. Nonetheless, there is a certain level of tact and intuition that must be attained in order to be successful while flirting through teenage dating apps. Whereas joking around and making fun of someone might work just fine if they’re already a friend, it’s unlikely to yield positive results for singles trying to find their other half. Online dating can help them develop healthy ways to communicate with members of the opposite (or same) gender without coming off as vulgar, rude, or downright disrespectful, which is perfect for behaving at a school. Learning how to attract a person isn’t far off from making points on your thesis seem strong or befriending your partners on a project, which is a perfect condition for it to be successful. Plus, dating chat definitely expands your social circle, so even when you're far from home in Australia, you can make friends and support. Managing Rejection As you probably remember, relationships as a student can be quite trying and rarely have a happy ending. Of course, some relationships never even start! Either way, rejection is an unfortunate part of life, and while we may not enjoy the process, it’s still something that we need to learn to deal with. Heartbreak can be especially hurtful, but it does provide a great learning opportunity will (in the big picture) relatively little risk. While romantic rejection and getting turned down for a grade or an internship aren’t exactly the same thing, it’s still important to know how to properly deal with rejection, regardless of the situation. Communicating with people online can help young singles learn how to deal with the disappointments and downfalls of life. Getting a C for your paper or being turned down by a person is a lot alike – all students need to learn from it is how to become a better person and do better next time! The same lesson will apply anywhere – from a first few rejections when looking for a first job to being let go from it – rejection is normal and isn’t a tragedy, as a person can always try the next time. Time Management Whether it’s planning time for a date or simply setting aside time to study on a daily basis, time management is key to being successful in scholarshipy life, not just in online dating. Coincidentally, time management is also a skill that is required in nearly every other facet of life. Most likely, the teen (or young adult) in question will have more going on than just their romantic life: they’ll also have school, homework, time with friends, time with family, and perhaps even a job! Balancing tome between romance and school is hard for all students, forcing them to adjust their schedules (and advancing their time management skills in the process!). Managing their time between different activities is a struggle not only for students but for a lot of adults, so picking up this important skill from setting time for romance and time for studies early in life will make young students’ lives easier. Financial Planning Some schools are free, just like some dating sites, so this may not be applicable in your particular situation. However, most good things in life require a paid membership. Suppose a teenager (or young adult) is truly looking to get the most out of their educational journey. In that case, they will most likely consider an expensive school. Since money doesn’t grow on trees, they will be forced to find a way to fund their education, which could be applying for a scholarship, finding a new job, or even getting a promotion at work! If they want to get their grade, they will need to find a way to manage their finances to ensure everything is paid for on time. This lesson may be learned the hard way (when a teen’s parents tell them they are incapable of paying for their education) or the easy way – when trying to save some money to talk to a girl you like on a dating website that requires a premium membership. Surely this is an important life skill! Peer Pressure The idea of peer pressure at school isn’t often a topic that many parents feel inclined to discuss, but (for better or for worse) it’s just a fact of life for the modern teenager. To bend or not to bend under its pressure isn’t a personal decision but a question of will. But regardless of their stance, they will most likely come into contact with someone who tries to make them change their mind – be it a teacher or fellow students. Some students don’t know how to react to criticism from peers. This is where online dating platforms can help them learn that strangers on the internet may be helpful or harmful to their self-esteem. If communication works, criticism is accepted as healthy and maybe objected or accepted; if a person criticizes a student’s knowledge (or, at online dating sites, appearance, and interests) to be seen as a better person in their own eyes – young adults need to learn how to ignore this pressure. It’s OK to Be Afraid Whether they’re considering a school in another country, such as Australia, or dating abroad, chances are, as a parent, you most likely aren’t enthused about your teenager (or young adult) entering the world of adulthood. And that’s OK! Fortunately, by letting them start to decide their own fate, be it in education or online dating earlier rather than later, you can be there by their side to provide guidance, suggestions, and support for their goals when needed while still allowing them to make just enough mistakes to learn from it. After all, who can teach them how to navigate the world better than you?

Read More
Источник: [casinoextra.fr]

The best college tennis recruiting event of the year!

A unique event that combines 2 days of live im recruitable tennis showcase with the latest on video analysis and interaction with over College Coaches from across the USA.

  • 2 days of Team Matchplay and Video Recording
  • Face-to-face interaction with attending college coaches at the College Expo.
  • Virtual College Coaches Expo for additional interaction with non-attending coaches.
Sign up!

Team Matchplay & Video Analysis

The USP Showcase is played in a unique College-Style Team format, that provides the full college experience for players and allow coaches to evaluate players even better. College coaches in attendance will be able to see you live, but all your matches will be recorded and uploaded to the Tennis Analytics Platform where even more College Coaches - from NCAA, NAIA, and NJCAA institutions from across the USA - will be able to watch you play.

The College Expo

All participants will have the unique opportunity to engage face to face with all attending college coaches. An important part of the showcase, where coaches and players will meet to gather information and establish a personal relationship. Parents are welcome to participate.

The Virtual Expo

The USP College Tennis Winter Showcase includes a Virtual College Expo, where you will be able to additionally interact and engage with + college coaches who will have access to your profile and the videos from the showcase. The virtual component will provide safe interaction with college coaches who were not able to travel to attend the showcase.

Team Matchplay

The USP Showcase is played in a unique College-Style Team Matchplay, that provides the full college experience for players and allow coaches to evaluate players even better.

Players will compete representing their teams and earning points for their teams during the two days of the event, all players will play at least three singles and one doubles matches, all matches will count towards UTR, im recruitable tennis showcase.

Interaction with College Coaches

Getting exposure and showing your talent on the court is very important, but what happens off the court is equally important, at the showcase you will have the opportunity to interact with many coaches, you will be able to introduce yourself, show them im recruitable tennis showcase interest and ask questions.

After the showcase, your exposure will not stop.

All registered coaches across the country will have access to your recorded videos. This will be very important, especially for those who were not able to travel to Naples. During the virtual portion of the showcase, you will be able to engage with even more college coaches from the safety and comfort of your own home through our virtual college expo platform.

Each coach will have a virtual booth where you will be able to reach out to them, chat, and even have video calls.

Video Analysis Report

Tennis Analytics Research shows that players do not always do what they think they are doing in competition, and that coaches are less than 45% correct in their post-match assessment as to why a match is won or lost, im recruitable tennis showcase. That’s where Tennis Analytics comes in! Tennis Analytics provides players and coaches with objective data.

All showcase matches will be filmed, charted, and uploaded to the Tennis Analytics Platform, where participating college coaches will be able to dissect and evaluate your im recruitable tennis showcase. Each charted match includes a Match Report with all im recruitable tennis showcase and key performance indicators.

After the Showcase, you will have full access to your videos. You will be able to send them to more coaches and boost your recruiting even further!

Team Matchplay & Video Analysis:

December

Wednesday, Thursday
From AM to PM
Emilio Sanchez Academy - Naples
Sanchez-Casal Way, Naples, FL - Get Directions

Virtual College Expo:

December 16,

Participants:

Boys and girls currently attending High School (9thth grade)
Boys and girls who have recently graduated from High School
College Players who are ready to transfer to another school

NOTE: For freshmen and sophomores, im recruitable tennis showcase, please refer to NCAA regulations regarding the interaction between 9th and 10th-grade students with college coaches. Click here to see more.

Participation Fee:

$

More than Universities have attended the usp college tennis showcase circuit.

Emilio Sanchez Academy

Sanchez-Casal Way, Naples, FL

Источник: [casinoextra.fr]

Tennis College Showcases

What Skills Can Dating Platforms Help Students Develop?

As a teenager or young adult on a scholarship, whether in the United States or Australia, a person steps into the first stage of an independent life and gets the first shots, gaining experience in the learning process. However, social life at this time does not stand aside, especially in the age of total digitalization. When it comes to online dating apps, most parents don’t think of them as potential opportunities for personal growth. Instead, they think of them as time and money wasters that (at best) might help their child find a relationship online or (at worst) end in teens distancing themselves from the family. While it’s certainly true that meeting online might not be a traditional method for learning life skills, we think that there is some positive educational potential that these platforms can bring to the table. If you have a teenager or young adult in your life that you think is just wasting time dating online, consider these five potential benefits for their school life and scholarship retention that they might be building on! Social Skills To be fair, flirting is far different from your normal everyday interactions. Nonetheless, there is a certain level of tact and intuition that must be attained in order to be successful while flirting through teenage dating apps. Whereas joking around and making fun of someone might work just fine if they’re already a friend, it’s unlikely to yield positive results for singles trying to find their other half. Online dating can help them develop healthy ways to communicate with members of the opposite (or same) gender without coming off as vulgar, rude, or downright disrespectful, which is perfect for behaving at a school. Learning how to attract a person isn’t far off from making points on your thesis seem strong or befriending your partners on a project, which is a perfect condition for it to be successful. Plus, dating chat definitely expands your social circle, so even im recruitable tennis showcase you're far from home in Australia, you can make friends and support. Managing Rejection As you probably remember, relationships as a student can im recruitable tennis showcase quite trying and rarely have a happy ending. Of course, some relationships never even start! Either way, rejection is an unfortunate part of life, and while we may not enjoy the process, im recruitable tennis showcase, it’s still something that we need to learn to deal with. Heartbreak can be especially hurtful, but it does provide a great learning opportunity will (in the big picture) relatively little risk. While romantic rejection and getting turned down for a grade or an internship aren’t exactly the same thing, it’s still important to know how to properly deal with rejection, regardless of the situation. Communicating with people online can help young singles learn how to deal with the disappointments and downfalls of life, im recruitable tennis showcase. Getting a C for your paper or being turned down by a person is a lot alike – all students need to learn from it is how to become a better person and do better next time! The same lesson will apply anywhere – from a first few rejections when looking for a first job to being let go from it – rejection is normal and isn’t a tragedy, as a person can always try the next time. Time Management Whether it’s planning time for a date or simply setting aside time to study on a daily basis, im recruitable tennis showcase, time management is key to being successful in scholarshipy life, not just in online dating. 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The 8th Annual IMRecruitable College Tennis Showcase powered by Gatorade was held at Patch Reef Park Tennis Center in Boca Raton, Florida on DecemberOne hundred prospective college tennis players (boys and girls), including 11 Canadians, joined over one hundred college coaches, representing all divisions and levels of the game. The coaches were in attendance to scout and potentially recruit players for their future teams. All participants played in 3 singles and 2 doubles matches that count towards their UTR ratings. In addition to match play, the showcase featured a Q&A session for players and parents with college coaches, special guest speaker Jesse Levine, (Ottawa, ON native and former University of Florida standout and ATP high rank of #69), an interactive college expo and a parents recruiting seminar hosted by IMRecruitable founder and CEO Tarek Merchant (Kingston, ON native). For more information on IMRecruitable, click here.

 

 

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