Videos of Scholarship Success with College Prospects of Central Indiana
Watch these videos and learn how CPOA can help you find the scholarship of your choice.
High School Wrestling Scholarship Success
Having two star wrestlers in his family didn't worry this Illinois dad. Through CPOA, his kids got their choice of scholarships for college.
The Dollars and Sense of Recruiting
College is a business. They need you as a student. If you know how they work and what they want, you can get the best athletic scholarship for you.
Canadian High School Golfer Finds Scholarship
Todd Slatnik teamed up with CPOA to help schools find him for his needed college scholarship. This news interview tells about his results.
Lewis University Gets Help Finding Athletes
Smaller colleges often don't have the finances to afford scouts and extensive recruitment actions. They love to hear about promising high school athletes.
Finding Your Family's EFC for College Scholarships
What your family can afford for your college education will affect what you get in scholarships. As well, the more expensive college might actually be more affordable.
Missouri High School Golfer Finds Financial Aid Help
A star in girls high school golf might not be able to attract scholarships in order to afford college. This one did. Listen to her story from CPOA.
The College Recruiting "Funnel" Explained
Colleges use a recruiting "funnel" to sift through their candidates. More often you will wind up being sifted out. The trick is to get into as many of these funnels as you can.
Ohio Volleyball Star Finds Scholarship Success
At 6'1", high school volleyball player Jill Davis should have been recruited actively. But she wasn't getting offers - until her parents found CPOA.
How to Find Your Scholarship with College Prospects of Central Indiana
If a high school player isn't being actively recruited by their senior year, the chance is that they will never be recruited. CPOA can help you get those offers.
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