College ID Camps
7 days following the event we will notify you via email if you have been offered a contract or a trial with one of the professional clubs in attendance.
Prove yourself in front of college coaches
- Operated by former college coaches and professional soccer players
- Technical and Tactical Training the game demands
- Small Sided/11v11 Games
- Instruct and Identify Players
- Coaches Personal Experiences --- Coaches will speak on experiences as college players and professionals
- High School Academics and the college recruiting process
$500 - 3 Day Pro Tryouts
The Tryout fee includes registration for one player for the 3 Day Pro Tryouts! Jerseys are provided for all attending players.
For players under the age of 16 please contact email@example.com
3 Day Structure
Day 1: 90 minute training session with professional coaches and scouts Day 2/3: Full sided 11v11 games
Zac Lubin explains how AX helped him sign his first professional contract.
The most important thing is that you want to learn something that interests you, because once you start learning, you’ll be with this topic for a while. Choosing something just because it’s popular or what others are doing isn’t the way to go because if you don’t have a true interest in it, you’ll lose the motivation to learn! Spend some time seriously looking into the different tech career paths before choosing one to go down.
If you have an interest in coding and graphic design, then there’s nothing to say you shouldn’t learn skills in both areas. They often work hand-in-hand, so having knowledge and skills in both areas could be desirable for certain career paths. You could also think about pursuing something in between like UI design, which is a very in-demand career right now!
In general, having design skills along with coding skills is helpful. But it’s also okay to do one over the other. My advice would be to just get started! You can always change directions later… as long as you’re changing directions to the final destination you’re looking for!
Now, in 2020, it’s a no-brainer: Python 3 is definitely the way to go. There are still some situations where picking up Python 2 might be advantageous, or you may just want to learn a little of the history and the differences between Python 2 and 3 for curiosity’s sake, but job-wise, Python 3 is the clear winner.
Personally, I’d say choose a path and stick to it! Learning too many things at once will slow you down. Here are a few ideas of things you can choose to focus on, and a little bit about each one.