YMCA + Athlete Foundry = College Success

Published On: September 21, 2021Categories: Community & Culture

Is your child a middle school or high school athlete looking to chart a path to college and beyond?

The YMCA of Austin has partnered with Athlete Foundry to provide its premium student athlete platform to all active Austin Y members as a free member-benefit.

Athlete Foundry is not a recruiter, but an educational technology company that has built a powerful online student athlete platform to help parents and their 6th through 12th grade student athletes:

  1. Increase their odds to become a collegiate athlete,
  2. Increase their college financial assistance potential, and
  3. Help prepare for life after sports.

Bottom-line, AF delivers a holistic on & off the field approach that gives you full command of your student athlete journey.

The YMCA of Austin has teamed up with Athlete Foundry to provide its online platform to every single YMCA of Austin member and their student athletes at ZERO COST, period. This is a value of over $200 per year. We encourage you to visit their website to learn more.

SIGNUP:  Our partnership with Athlete Foundry guarantees you access to this platform at no charge all the way through 12th grade. Please use the link below to create a “parent” account (you will be able to add your student athlete during account creation).

Sign-up from desktop:  https://app.athletefoundry.com/register

Sign-up from mobile:  Download the Athlete Foundry app from iOS app store or Android Google Play, then click “sign up.”  Put the full power of the platform in your pocket!

Partner/promo code: YAUSP1100


Mark your calendars for one of these introductory webinars. Be sure to take advantage of this valuable opportunity.

  1. Wednesday September 29 @ 6p CTJoin Webinar
  2. Thursday October 14 @ 6p CTJoin Webinar
  3. Saturday October 16 @ 10a CTJoin Webinar


YMCA of Austin Youth Sports

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