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NCAA College Recruiting Workshop

September 30th - U.C. Irvine


A few College Sports Quest (CSQ) Alumni

Orange County families who Trust in CSQ


Noonan Knows Recruiting

Daily Pilot Newspaper


College Recruiting 101
High School Illustrated Magazine






Looking for Answers
Daily Pilot Newspaper


Fancher Learns Value of Marketing
Orange County Register


Small Business Move In Together
Orange County Register


Jennifer Noonan, Career Tracker
Orange County Register



A Startup's Vision
OC Metro Magazine


College Quest Provides Guidance
Orange County Register



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“Dynamic, Informative, Relevant and Inspiring with Infectious Enthusiasm!”




“Jennifer had the opportunity to speak to our parents and student-athletes. We highly recommend this presentation to any parent who has a child with an interest in playing college sports in the future.”   Rich Schaaf, Athletic Director, Santa Margarita Catholic High School




UPCOMING PRESENTATIONS & EVENTS INCLUDE
High School Presentations
The Princeton Review, Roadmap to College Events
College Night & College Fair Events 
High School Counselors, Booster Clubs and  PTA Presentations 
“Sports Specific” Team & Club Presentations 
National Association of College Admissions Counselors College Fair                                           


PAST PRESENTATIONS INCLUDE

Aliso Niguel, Beckman, Corona del Mar, Costa  Mesa, Dana Hills, El Dorado, Esperanza, Estancia, Foothill, Gahr, Huntington Beach, JSerra, Loara, Long Beach Poly, Millikan, Sage Hill, San Juan Hills, Savanna, Santa Margarita Catholic, Tustin, Tesoro, Trabuco Hills, University, Valencia, Warren and a few San Diego area high schools to name a few.

 
COLLEGE NIGHT & COLLEGE FAIR EVENTS & PRESENTATIONS INCLUDE

Capistrano Valley Unified School District, Tustin Unified School District, Saddleback Valley Unified School District and Long Beach Unified School District to name a few.




PRESENTATION TESTIMONIALS

“My son walked out of your presentation, and demanded we head to Barnes & Noble to buy a book on colleges. This was the first time my son had ever expressed so much enthusiasm about reading anything. I cannot thank you enough for such an amazing and inspiring presentation!”  Parent, Tesoro HS


“Your presentation really helped my daughter; she went home and went onto the internet and started researching colleges.
She had no idea where to start and learned a lot from your presentation.  As a family, we are really looking forward to working to together with College Sports Quest.” Parent, Dana Hills HS & CSQ Alumni


“My daughter had a 'light bulb' moment after attending your presentation; it had a really positive effect on her. I keep telling her academics need to become a priority, however, it never really sunk-in until after she heard you speak about academics, she stared to realize she really does need to get good grades in order to play volleyball  in college.  The next week at summer school she received an 'A' on her exam!  Thank you so much, your presentation was very inspirational to my daughter and myself."  Parent, Long Beach Wilson HS


“Thank you for a wonderful presentation.  It was very refreshing compared to some I have attended in the past.  My daughter will be a senior, and trying to pursue field hockey, however, since most field hockey player’s don’t start playing until high school, we feel we’re behind in the process and not sure if we’re headed on the right direction.  We would like to schedule a meeting and see how you may be able to help my daughter."  Parent, Newport Harbor HS & CSQ Alumni


“I really enjoyed the presentation, and found it helpful in many ways, including knowing you can control most of the process yourself if you just know what to do,
understanding that it is the family’s responsibility to find the right college, not really that of the coach, the importance of finding a college you would be happy attending even if you no longer played sports, it is crucial that you know the recruiting rules for your particular sport, as the rules are different for each sport.  Lastly, you must be academically eligible in order to play.  I found your presentation very worthwhile, and hope to see you at our school soon.”  Counselor, San Clemente HS