It’s about giving high school athlete’s what they need to be successful. We have a research-based approach and engage with college coaches to identify what they are looking for to fill their rosters. We continually work with college and high school athletes who share their experiences and successes to help the next generation of college bound athletes. This insight is invaluable. You won’t find training and resources exactly like this elsewhere.

How did we do it? We took training we’ve provided to over 2,000 students, feedback from coaches and AD’s, and insight from living the high school to college athlete experience firsthand.  We identified the character-driven interpersonal skills that helps athletes tackle the challenges associated with getting to the next level.

Topics include:

  • Communication
  • Professionalism
  • Leadership
  • Time Management
  • Social Media Presence
  • Character-Driven Life Skills

The program was designed with busy high school athletes in mind.  The Digital Learning Platform is easy to access online with the content ready for student-athletes, 24/7 – 365 days a year.

What To Expect

  • Engaging short videos featuring athletes who have experienced the same challenges of being a student athlete in high school
  • Training playbooks and exercises that guide athletes on creating a personal brand identity along with personal branding tips
  • Resources on how to balance academics and athletics
  • Rewards for completing SBD lessons such as gift cards and Team Cura gear
  • Brand certification validates your commitment to training and enhances your resume


“The program is great.  I loved the focus on the importance of each and everything an athlete does in the public’s eye. This was  thought-provoking and encourages me to apply attention to each race, post, and interaction with coaches .”  Collin O., sophomore cross country 

“Thanks for letting me talk about Team Cura and how you guys are helping students learn how to contact college coaches and what to do when a college coach calls. Even though it was a bit nerve-racking at first, that was one of the coolest experiences I’ve had, and it means a lot that you guys trusted me to advocate for your brand!”  Malik B., college triple jumper  



My son, Evan, a swimmer, really enjoyed the content…seriously, he said it helped him see things differently. Tammy B.