I recently presented college admission information to a group of Penn Fusion Soccer Academy players and their parents at PFSA’s Fifth Annual College Night . PSFA players are fortunate to belong to a club that is led by such dedicated leaders as Mark Thomas and Tino Mueller who genuinely want the best for each and every one of their players. At PFSA College Night, players and parents were provided valuable information about the college application process for students who would like to play soccer in college . A panel of soccer coaches from D1, D2 and D3 schools presented recruiting and admissions information to the audience then candidly answered questions from the audience.
This morning’s New York Times article reminded me of an important point that was made at Penn Fusion College Night: Players (and parents), watch what you post on the Internet. A coach’s livelihood rests on your ability to make good decisions both on and off the field. If you come across as a risk, coaches will pass you by. Your decisions can cost the coach his or her job. Character and a history of good decision-making count. As today’s article demonstrates, the consequences for social media decisions continue into adulthood. Think before you type…and again before you post.
Sandy Aprahamian, EDNavigators LLC