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  • 00:45

    The Maine Prince Show with Shariff Floyd, DT, Florida Gators

    in Sports

    Joining us this morning will be Shariff Floyd, starting defensive lineman from Florida Gators, graduate from George Washington High School in northeast Philly, and PSTC Client in the Passing Football League.  The Maine Prince Show on the college recruiting process and what it takes to reach the next level after graduating from high school.  We will invite celebrity guests from high school student-athletes to college student-athletes and professional athletes, along with administrators and parents.  The goal of the show is to help parents and student-athletes understand the various ways of how college recruiting works for student-athletes.  to view our upcoming 2-week schedule goto our website at www.PhillySportsTC.com or join our Facebook page to keep up-to-date about upcoming shows.
    If you would like to listen on the go, you can call (347)327-9292.  If you'd like to ask a question LIVE On-the-Air then follow the instruction and someone will be with you to guide you.  If you prefer to ask a question not LIVE On-the-Air there are several ways you can:
    Send us an email to TheMainePrinceShow@PhillySportsTC.com. Join our LIVE On-the -Air chat . Leave a comment on our upcoming show page and ask the question you'd like to cover. Post a question on our Facebook page or send us a Twitter message. If you have a topic that you would like to have discussed or presented, please send us your request.

  • 00:45

    College Recruting Process with Special Guest Dr. Jean Wright

    in Sports

     
    Joining us today will be Dr. H. Jean Wright, clinical & forensic psychologist for adults, teenagers, and student-athletes that want to get to the next level.  He is also a graduate from Ohio State University and currently an adjunct professor at Temple University.  He has been a part of the PSTC family for the past 6 years as a client, associate, and a friend to the program.  The topic discussed on the show will range from:
    What are some of the major issues that student athletes encounter in the classroom, on the field of play, and at home/in the community? What can teachers and school administrators (i.e. Athletic Director, Principal, etc.) do to create and maintain transparency and clear and open communication between student athletes, coaches, and parents? How can parents support coaches’, teachers’, and school administrators’ efforts to establish and maintain academic integrity for student athletes? How do coaches and parents encourage/support student athletes toward developing and maintaining competitive balance between academic focus and focus on the field of play?  
    It is incumbent upon all adult authority figures (i.e. parents, teachers, and school administrators) to set, and enforce, reasonable standards and expectations for student athletes in the classroom, on the filed of play, and in the community.  The success of the student athlete is particularly dependent upon parents supporting school officials’ efforts to maintain student athletes’ academic eligibility.  Playing sports, or participating in any extra curricular school activity, is a privilege, not a right. 

  • 02:00

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    in Social Networking

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