CAP meetings for the
Idaho Rush College Advisory Program (CAP) serves the college-bound player in a number of different areas. Starting with the freshman year of high school and continuing through their senior year, this program provides information in such areas as:
- College preparation.
- College athletics.
- College contact preparation.
- College research assistance.
- Admissions counselling.
- ACT/SAT guide.
The CAP is designed to serve high school-age students and provide them with an avenue to ask questions, perform research, and provide feedback for both the academic and athletic aspects of their collegiate career. Idaho Rush accomplishes this by meeting with each team during the seasonal year to provide:
- Information on both academic and athletic endeavours.
- Discuss any questions that they players may have.
- Review any information that the players may have prepared themselves.
- Discuss any questions that the parents may have.
With the college contacts, relationships and friendships Idaho Rush Soccer has established through the years we are able to help with the initial search, selection and attendance of thousands of NCAA, NJCAA and NAIA schools. Our advisors have guided over 200 alumni on to collegiate levels of play and more than 1.8 million athletic scholarships awarded.
No other club in the State have the expertise or experience than our CAP Directors Mike Mollay and Carlos Correa.
Our support and assistance continues through the player's collegiate career. The club provides an outlet to players looking to transfer for just about any given situation. As these same players reach adulthood and look at the next steps after college, the club is there. Players seeking employment in and around the soccer community can call on Rush staff for assistance and consideration.