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COLLEGE NIGHTS

College Night seminars are designed to help student-athletes and their families on their pathway to the next phase in their education. Partner with us to educate your players and parents about the value and steps in pursuing post-high school education.

At these College Night seminars, the Future Goals Foundation team provides an informal, open, and interactive forum where parents and players are encouraged to ask questions and discuss the college recruitment, application, and admissions process.

BRING COLLEGE RECRUITING EXPERTS DIRECTLY TO YOUR CLUB

This program is specifically designed to provide high school soccer athletes and their parents an informative meeting on the college recruitment and admissions process.

Working closely with the clubs that request these informational sessions, these events are fully funded by the Future Goals Foundation. College Night seminars can be held at the location of your choice and sessions will be lead by Peter and Milton Gooding.

 

Peter is a United Soccer Coaches' Hall of Fame member and the former Athletic Director and Head Coach of Men's Soccer for Amherst College. Milton has also had extensive collegiate coaching experience at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Kenyon College, and Amherst College. In addition to their combined time in collegiate athletics, Milton built and runs a successful college placement company, serving families from across the country with educational and athletic consulting.

RECENT & UPCOMING
COLLEGE NIGHTS

Coppermine Norris Field

April 8, 2024 | 5602 Cottonworth Ave, Baltimore, MD | 7 PM

Check back later for updated list of events we'll be attending!

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COLLEGE KNOWLEDGE ESSENTIALS

College Night seminars provide an informal, open, and interactive forum with parents and students encouraged to discuss and ask questions that are pertinent to them. It is a deep field, with a lot of details that aren't common knowledge, which is why the Foundation strives to make each session catered to the attendees and answer any specific questions that might come up. Topics range from:

 

High school grades and standardized testing; letters of recommendation; identifying colleges and other institutions; applications, resumes, and essays; the differences between Division I, II, and III; college coach communications, highlight videos, and scouting; and so much more!

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"This event was a great complement for what we're trying to do as a club. We love partnering with [the Foundation] and all the resources they offer. Anything we can have for our membership, our players, and their families is a great thing."

MIKE GRIFFITH

Director of Coaching & Soccer Operations, Baltimore Union SC

"It means a tremendous amount to us, for [the Foundation] to reach out and collaborate on an event like this. It demonstrates a consistent level of commitment and dedication to youth soccer."

ELLIS PIERRE

Director of Coaching, Maryland Montgomery Rush

"I think that this lesson was very eye-opening. The way that the information was communicated was candid and forthright."

CAMERON R.

Player, Future Soccer Academy

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