So what are the main reasons for choosing VolleyUSA as your partner?
Sandra Brunke, the founder of VolleyUSA, has been through the entire process of obtaining a volleyball scholarship herself, having studied and competed in Arizona and Hawaii and later playing professional volleyball in France. As a former scholarship recipient, student and international pro, Sandra is now sharing her own experiences via VolleyUSA. She provides unique advice with measurable results, helping young players who want to follow the path she has already paved.
VolleyUSA recruits volleyball players only and on a very personal basis, therefore distinguishing itself from other mass recruiting agencies. We support athletes individually through personal meetings and interviews.
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The process of being awarded a volleyball scholarship in the USA or Canada is a difficult undertaking. Many questions need to be addressed and clarified in advance: Do I fulfill all requirements? Which college or league is the best fit for me? What kind of tests do I need to take? How can I prepare for them? Do I need a playing license? What type of visa do I need? VolleyUSA will assist you with all administrative hurdles to make the process as smooth as possible and will be by your side every step of the way until college graduation.
VolleyUSA is constantly in direct contact with all volleyball college coaches. We know exactly what types of players/positions are needed in a given year or when sudden scholarship opportunities arise. Traveling to the US on a regular basis as well as being a part of the annual AVCA (American Volleyball Coaches Association) convention, VolleyUSA has successfully built strong and trustworthy personal relationships with coaches over the past 14 years.
Coaches receive hundreds of applications from top level players located all over the world on a daily basis. Most are never even considered, as coaches don’t have time to look over unprofessional video material or incomplete information. Recruiting international talent is also time consuming, as coaches need to make sure that athletes comply with all college rules and regulations to become eligible to play. Moreover, not many coaches have the time and budget to fly overseas to see students in competition.
For coaches, having a trustworthy contact who understands the game of volleyball and its related systems from a global perspective and who takes time to meet players in person is key.