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Free College Soccer Recruiting Webinar, April 16

Apr 09, 2018

As part of our community initiatives, Soccer Chaplains United would like to make people aware of this free webinar on the subject of college soccer recruiting. The webinar will be hosted by Bill Bufton, the Assistant Athletic Director and College Recruiting Coordinator at Valor Christian High School in Colorado.

Bill Bufton will be hosting the recruiting webinar with Jennifer Thomas, former soccer coach at Cal-Berkeley, specifically geared to soccer players on April 16. The webinar is FREE. All you have to do is click the link and register. This is open to all players and families.

Soccer Recruiting Webinar

Topic: Making Sense of College Soccer Recruiting w/ Jennifer Thomas

Date/Time: Monday, April 16 @ 7pm Pacific Time (8:00 pm Mountain Time)

Registration Link: https://vcs.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_JrgZvHx8TBKvOUVSF4iuVw

Description

Jennifer “JT” Thomas will be presenting on student athletes and the college process. As a former college soccer coach at CAL and current college counselor, JT will provide insights into the recruiting process for all divisions of college soccer. JT’s experience as a college soccer player, commentator for the Women’s Professional Soccer league, high school athletic director and current competitive soccer coach gives her a unique perspective on both sides of the student athlete college search.

More About JT:
JT earned a BA from UC Berkeley in PEIS (Political Economy of Industrial Societies) and her MA and secondary teaching credential in Education from Stanford University. She spent the next several years teaching, coaching, and acting as Athletic Director at the high school level. JT returned to Berkeley to coach the Division I CAL Women’s Soccer team for eleven seasons, commentate for the women’s professional soccer league, and coach Olympic Development Teams. Wanting to return to her high school roots, she pursued a Certificate in College Advising from UC Extension. JT is now a college counselor in addition to coaching her son’s competitive travel soccer team. She also chairs NACAC’s Student Athlete Advisory Committee.

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