2016 has ended with its ups and downs and now we enter a new year that brings with it the traditional New Year resolutions.
This traditional list of resolutions may come with a bad connotation because by the end of the year many of us have forgotten about them and neglected our goals. However, the beginning of a new year is always a good time to reflect on the past and make a list of things that we’d like to change or achieve.
Merry Christmas From All of us Here at Athletes USA!
We are happy to have welcomed so many athletes to our family this year.
We have been growing and now we are bigger and better, and continue to be inspired by all those amazing athletes that want to follow their dreams by studying in the US.
We hope you all have a lovely time wherever you are in the world and may you holidays be truly wonderful, magical and filled with joy!
– The Athletes USA Team
(from right to left) Christopher Vidal Founder, Tiffany Vidal Marketing Team, Jose Armas Scout Team, David Rueda CEO, Oscar Gonzalez Albo COO, Matias Aristegui Scout Team, Linnea Lindmark Team Director, Herbert Biste Team Director, Ben Deets Placement Team Director, Chet Walters Scout Team, and all our scouts around the world!
10 Tips to Enjoy Christmas Abroad
Christmas is just around the corner, the streets are filled with festive lights and TV ads won’t let us forget it’s time to spend money on presents for our loved ones.
We are expected to go home and stay with our families, but what are we supposed to do when we can’t make it? The semester is about to finish and the reality that we are going to have to stay abroad for Christmas is unavoidable, but it isn’t the end of the world. You are going to experience Christmas in a new way and you should be excited! Not everyone will be able to experience this, so take advantage of it.
Here are our 10 tips to enjoy Christmas abroad:
Am I Skilled Enough to Compete at the College Level?
Unsure about the competition level at universities in the United States? This guide will give you an idea of where you stand in the competitive world of college sports.