Martin Luther College Football
- Division III
- Upper Midwest Athletic Conference
- Elementary Education and Teaching
- Pre-Theology/Pre-Ministerial Studies
- Early Childhood Education and Teaching
Before starting as a college counselor with Sparks in 2011, Christina coached and recruited at Harvard, Michigan, and Washington State Universities. She holds a B.A. from Michigan and an Ed.M. from Boston University and has also coached on the high school level. Beyond her work as a counselor with Sparks, she also helped build the firm's experiential education division.
Majors and Degrees
|Chemistry Teacher Education||0|
|Early Childhood Education and Teaching||22|
|Elementary Education and Teaching||68|
|English/Language Arts Teacher Education||1|
|Mathematics Teacher Education||4|
|Music Teacher Education||0|
|Physical Education Teaching and Coaching||0|
|Physics Teacher Education||0|
|Science Teacher Education/General Science Teacher Education||1|
|Social Studies Teacher Education||0|
|Spanish Language Teacher Education||1|
|Special Education and Teaching, General||0|
|Theology and Religious Vocations|
|Theological and Ministerial Studies, Other||0|
|Theology and Religious Vocations, Other||2|
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Sparks gives you the edge you need to navigate the recruiting process and make smart choices for academic, athletic, and personal growth.
Beyond school lists and timelines, Sparks clients work with their college counselor to:
- Achieve north of 90% first choice admit rates on average
- Identifying what college coaches are looking for in recruiting materials
- Understanding the complex differences between each division in college football
- Save time and money by channeling resources into the best academic and athletic fit
- Eliminate stress and uncertainty at every milestone
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