EduKick's mission is to provide intensive soccer development training programs that also teach youngsters about cultural diversity and foreign languages. As professionals, soccer fanatics and fathers, Joseph Bilotta and Corey Zimmerman wanted to create pr
Bilotta and Zimmerman are a great team.
Parents should know that their children will be under the care of seasoned and caring professionals.
EduKick programs always have a positive and lasting influence on all participating youth."
Cesar is featured above with EduKick's Joseph Bilotta in the middle and Alex Basso on the far right during a match in the American Professional Soccer League (APSL).
Joey Bilotta is an excellent teacher.
Joey was my assistant when we conducted the California/Spain Cultural Exchange.He is an experienced traveler in Spain and an excellent director of programs.
Kids feel comfortable with him and his background in counseling, teaching and youth programs suits him well for directing this program abroad.
Joey is extremely personable and made Tom feel at ease in the group.
mexico football academies | mexican international football academy | jalisco football training
EduKick, Inc. is owned and operated by Joseph W. Bilotta (right) and Corey D. Zimmerman.
Bilotta and Zimmerman currently reside in Toronto, ON, and Chicago, IL respectively.
While Bilotta and Zimmerman (pictured here with his family)
"It completely changed the way I looked at the world and myself," said Bilotta, who would go on to learn Spanish and Italian as an adult.
EduKick Vice-President & Founder, Joey Bilotta (seen here addressing the EduKick Spain 2004 Class), played Division 1 college soccer at St. Mary's College of California (graduating in Psychology, 1986) and then went on to play professionally in Spain and in the U.S. (in the former American Professional Soccer League, A.P.S.L.) during his twenties.Bilotta began playing soccer at age six, thanks to the Austrian father of his best neighborhood friend; now 46 years old, Bilotta continues to play top-level amateur soccer (Over-30) with Oakville MCM SC in Ontario, Canada.
Bilotta (at right) continued to be very involved in the game after retiring from pro ball in 1991.
In fact, during the U.S. hosted 1994 World Cup, Bilotta was hired to be the official World Cup "spokesperson" for the California State Lottery.
In that capacity, he appeared throughout the state in special events promoting the U.S. World Cup and youth soccer.
After his professional playing career ended, Bilotta
(pictured here promoting the US hosted 1994 World Cup for the California State Lottery) turned his attention to professions in youth program management.
He worked as a "Youth Market Director" for the American Heart Association and also as an "Assistant Director" of an Anti-Tobacco non-profit that operated throughout three counties in Central California.
Bilotta also worked in education, both as a teacher and as a high school counselor (3 years at San Marcos High School in Santa Barbara, CA).He is a U.S.S.F. licensed soccer coach, certified bilingual educator (DELE Spanish Proficiency Certificate - issued by the Spanish Embassy in Canada via Salamanca University, España), and a seasoned youth soccer camp program specialist.
Mr. Bilotta (pictured at right while at the EduKick Spain "Elite" camp facility, "Ciudad del Futbol" in Madrid) has considerable experienced in the field of youth travel programs.Prior to opening EduKick, Inc., Bilotta started Bilotta Co., a company that took Canadian youth to Spain for a language and culture summer course.Previous to that position, Mr. Bilotta worked as an assistant to Professor Jorge Santana (email for reference) Head of Spanish Department, University of California at Sacramento, in a summer cultural exchange program course abroad in Madrid.
Whether as a program manager, teacher, counselor, coach or camp director, Bilotta has over 27 years of professional experience working with young people in education and/or soccer related programs.
In fact, Bilotta's first paid soccer coaching position, while still a Sophomore at St. Mary's College in 1984, was with Bishop O'Dowd High School in Oakland, California.
See Articles by Joey Bilotta hereView Joey Bilotta's LinkedIn profileView Joey Bilotta's profileEduKick V.P., Joey Bilotta (center), prior to an American Professional Soccer league (APSL) match in 1990.
Having played for several years in England at the semi-professional level Jon continues to play competitive soccer in Canada (alongside EduKick'sJoey Bilotta on Oakville MCM) while also pursuing a successful youth coaching career.
video | Edukick International Football Academies (EIFA)
Thank You for Downloading!
1. Download ZoomInfo Grow
2. Run Installation Wizard
3. Check your inbox to Sign in to ZoomInfo Grow