Want to make the most of your recruiting efforts?

As a college cheer coach, you’re constantly coordinating appearances, setting practice itineraries, planning game day performances, and so much more – you’re already pretty busy managing your current collegiate team! Add in recruiting future members and you’re stretched pretty thin with time. At New Heights Recruiting, we recognize not all programs may have access to a significant recruiting budget, or have the staff members to aid with the recruiting process. With our platform, we bring the recruits to your fingertips! Best of all – it’s FREE for you and your staff members!

College cheer recruiting made simple!

Our recruiting platform has been designed to serve ONLY collegiate cheerleading. No more using platforms that were initially designed and catered for other sports. Our platform will bring you what’s important when looking for athletes.

 

  • Search for potential collegiate athletes by location, graduation class, etc.
  • View athlete’s personalized profile that includes: GPA, class rank, SAT / ACT scores – ensuring you are recruiting academically eligible students
  • View videos of stunting, tumbling, and game day skills posted by athletes
  • Connect and message athletes through our in-platform services

Our platform will also allow you to manage and customize your team page, allowing you to display information such as: team availability, scholarship opportunities, contact information, and more! Quickly reach those actively interested in your program by using our in-platform Event Manager, allowing you to easily and quickly post announcements about upcoming events, and even generate event invites to ensure those you’re actively recruiting are constantly being informed. 

 

 

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