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Become an NCASN Area Scout (positions available throughout USA)
You can become a local area scout! Join the National Collegiate Athletic Scouting Network! Here is how you get started.
If you answered yes to the above then you should consider applying to join The NCASN as an Area Scout.
NCASN Area Scouts assess and evaluate college bound athletes utilizing a patent pending Athletic Testing and Skill Evaluation Technology. Scouts evaluate athletes in three settings; competition, practice/training and in our evaluation, combines. Scouts use our platform to prospect and find athletes in need of evaluations and as well can be assigned to players who have requested an evaluation. Scouts can also request to be assigned as one of three area scouts needed to conduct our USA ScoutWire Skill Eval Combines.
Area Scout evaluations are reported back to the respective athlete and as well made available to college coaches across the country.
This is a commission only based position with unlimited earning potential. We will give you training and all the tools needed to succeed.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Needed Skills and Qualifications:
Former college and or high school coach, travel/club/academy coaches are ideal, former college athletes preferred.
What do I get as an Area Scout?
You get the enjoyment of working as your own boss. Your earnings potential is indicative to how hard you work. Some scouts are fine managing a smaller clientele in order to make a nice supplemental income, while other scouts pursue this as a full-time job — which can pay upwards of five figures a month. As an Area Scout, you will be in charge of a certain recruiting region. It will be your job to network, market, and solicit new business in your area. We will provide you with a platform to manage your clientele, along with our “how to” manual for earning a college scholarship. Your clients are our clients. We will work with you to ensure that you are maintaining good rapport with your clients. Our office will assist from time to time in: data management, NCAA rules knowledge, networking, press credentials, IT support, and client marketing.
New Hire Area Scout Benefits:
What do I have to do to become an Area Scout?
The first step is to submit your application. We need to make sure that you are in an area that can sustain growth from year-to-year, and ensure that there are no scouts currently in your area. We have a limited number of scouts based on your region’s census report. Most areas will only have a few scouts. www.nationalathleticscoutnetwork.com
What are the requirements to become an Area Scout?
What kind of prospects will I be scouting?
Prospects that can play at any level (male and female). Most times people think that Division One is the only route to a college scholarship; however, there are more opportunities available throughout all levels of the college landscape. Our scouts evaluate for both player development and recruiting purposes. Just because a prospect is projected as a Division One player does not mean that they will not need athletic and skill evaluation reports.
How much does it pay?
We put our scouts in the best possible situation to get a large number of clients on board. With millions of high school athletes needing recruiting help, attaining a high income is very practicable. Area Scouts earn as much money as they decide to work. From a very thin workload of a couple hours, a month to a full-time workload determines their return.
The simple fact is that the recruiting process is not easy! This concept that an athlete can join a team, go to some showcase events and then get a scholarship is broken! Families are wasting too much time, energy and money on this now failed "showcase" system!
ScoutWire simply and effectively makes the recruiting process crystal clear for athletes and college scouts. Our platform connects every role in the player development/recruiting process. Our philosophy is simple;
When the athlete is "RECRUITABLE" they can be recruited!
95% of the time athletes do not get the results they want only because they are not yet ready to be recruited. We first assess the player's skill level and athletic performance level. With that evaluation, we can now prescribe what the player needs to do to become a better athlete and qualified recruit.
Through player development, education and finally promotion we connect qualified recruits to the right colleges.
Posted date: 1 year ago
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