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12-Step Sport Scholarship was created by a father who was trying to figure out a way to take personal control of his son’s college recruiting process, rather than hope (or leave it up to a 3rd party) that some college coach would notice his son and offer him a chance to play in college. His main goal was to assist his son in getting into the best academic school possible. By speaking with high school and skill coaches who had placed players in college sport programs, interviewing parents who had student-athletes, and speaking with players themselves, the author was able to create a systematized approach to the college sports recruiting process.

Initially, the book covers how student-athletes, parents, coaches, guidance counselors, and athletic directors can get a quick understanding of the process of how sports can be a springboard to getting into a great college and receiving financial assistance.

Later in the book, the reader learns how the author applied what he successfully used in the sales and marketing business world to assist his son and many other student-athletes to receive a combination of sport scholarships and financial aid.

12-Step Sport Scholarship will lead the reader through the most efficient way of successfully navigating a complicated process using a straightforward methodology to:
- determine if your student-athlete is eligible to receive financial aid to play college sports.
- set time lines and follow important steps.
- fit the recruiting process to your budget and not spend money needlessly.
- use the Internet to discover the appropriate marketplace for the student-athlete.
- ensure that the student-athlete is eligible to play at a 4-year college.
- use the Internet to find coach's contact information.
- use technology to promote the student-athlete.
- build a successful highlight video.
- interact with college coaches.
- use the Internet to apply to colleges & financial aid.
- determine how to make the right college choice.
- follow through after you succeed!

If you follow the step-by-step process, while at the same time the student-athlete has the drive to succeed, good grades, and athletic talent; dreams can come true.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Scott B. Marsh never expected to go down the road of writing a book. What started as a search to find a kicking and punting coach for his youngest son Nick Marsh turned into an odyssey. He never expected that supporting his son’s dreams would commence a journey of self-discovery, knowledge, and a way to help others. Scott grew up in Princeton, New Jersey. At age 13, his father became terminally ill, devastating the family’s finances. Entering into his junior year of high school, Scott realized that good grades and his ice hockey talent could be the ticket to college. After playing ice hockey for two years at Utica College, a shoulder injury ended his playing days. Scott transferred to Temple University in Philadelphia and graduated with a B.B.A. Later, he attended the International Business Program at Stichting Nijenrode in Breukelen, the Netherlands. Over the years, Scott has held a variety of positions, most recently one in software sales management for a company specializing in corporate job recruiting technology, which became a strong asset in in creating the 12-Step Sport Scholarship system. Scott has interviewed 100's of successful scholarship achieving athletes, as well as, their parents and coaches. All of this resulted in creating a systematized approach to getting money to play college sports. Scott’s home is in Petaluma, California, where he lives with his wife Carol.


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HASH(0xa068b264) von 5 Sternen Great book if you want to Make Something Happen vs. Waiting for it to Happen 25. September 2014
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Great book if you are serious about the college scholarship process and how to make it happen versus letting it just happen - which it won't unless your kid is one of the rare athletes everyone already knows about. My guess is your kid is not one of those kids, which is why you're thinking about the book.

Scott helped my son through the process prior to the book being written and now after reading the book, I can attest to it's content and methods. Some of the quotes and quick tidbits may sound like a bit of marketing hype but I can attest to the fact that they are real and meant to get the reader to understand that the process will not happen unless you make it happen. Your high school coach can help, but he/she should never be your point person or in charge of your marketing or anything close - they already have a full time job and will not be paying your kid's tuition if there's no scholarship. So if you decide to make something happen, use the methods Scott outlines including using the email program - you'll have to invest a sunny Saturday inside behind your computer to get it down, but the investment is worth it.

Remember it is fact - most coaches, including the D1 FCS, D2, D3 and NAIA coaches have little to no budget to find you - you have to find them. Email regular, thoughtful, short emails to your target schools highlighting your kid's achievements each week during the season and periodically in the off season. If you don;t toot your own horn - no one will.

Don't put your kid in charge of all this back office stuff for the sake of teaching them another life skill - they have enough on their plate, you can be their operational staff.

Kids should make their own calls - don't be one of those parents that needs to control everything... you can certainly make some, but your kid needs to take the lead on your target schools and those that show interest.

Lastly, most kids don't get full rides so you need to go into the process understanding that and that it's OK. Often times your efforts will get your kid into a school he/she could NEVER have gotten into on their own with an eventual scholarship in some form down the road (our case). Also don't discount D3 schools because they don;t offer scholarships. Your kid may play more and enjoy it more - and be around better people and get a better education.

Good hunting and good luck!
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HASH(0xa08117d4) von 5 Sternen Best Book On the The Subject 11. September 2014
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I found the 12-Step Sports Scholarship to be a well written, highly usable guide for anyone who might want to save a few dollars on their child's college tuition. Mr. Marsh shares his story and 12 logical steps to make it easy for anyone to replicate. There's no hype and he approaches the subject with enthusiasm, support and respect. While not everyone's child will play Division One sports, there are countless ways for kids who want to continue sports in college to get subsidized in their efforts. Scott Marsh has managed to distill a very complicated and involved process into something that any parent can understand and execute. And rightfully, he puts academics first. Best book I've seen on the subject.
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HASH(0xa0811768) von 5 Sternen A Business-like approach to the sports scholarship process 2. Oktober 2014
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The author does a great job of applying basic - and sound - business principles and practices to this subject. The scholarship process can be confusing in the best circumstances, and those students and their parents who are sports-minded and talented do not often have the business background necessary to navigate the process. I bought the book to help a relative and read it before I passed it along. I was impressed that the author was able to make this complicated process so clear and easy to understand, and pleased that he takes as given the fact that academics is the number one reason to go to college. The high school athletic directors and guidance counselors should all read this book as well.
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HASH(0xa0811798) von 5 Sternen A must read for prospective college athletes 26. September 2014
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Very informative, well written book about the process for a student athlete seeking financial aid for continuing their athletic career. The book provides several,valuable tips for the entire process, from making yourself known, the recruiting process, and hopefully to ultimately obtain and sign a scholarship. The organization of the book makes it easy to read excerpts again or simply go back and review steps for each phase of the process. The author experienced the whole process first hand and established several valuable tips for parents and athletes. This a must read for any athlete and parents who wish to pursue an athletic scholarship.
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HASH(0xa03a8870) von 5 Sternen ... all parents we wanted our child to get the best education available 21. September 2014
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A Clearly Defined Process

As with all parents we wanted our child to get the best education available, but that can cost money and increased debt. The great thing about athletic ability is “what if” our high school student could get into a better college due to sports and save money? This book lays out the process from A through Z. It goes through the detail on what it takes and how to do it. The clear path, an easy read, great advice, and use of technology make this a manageable experience with a happy ending. Highly recommended!
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