International Recruitment Tools and Techniques: One Size Doesn’t Fit All


ac15_homepagehighlight_224x116I’m looking forward to participating in a general session of interest to colleagues involved in international student recruitment entitled International Recruitment Tools and Techniques: One Size Doesn’t Fit All. This session is part of the Practitioner Toolbox Track.

Session Description With the demographic downturn in the United States and increased competition for international students, growing numbers of institutions are recruiting internationally. This session, rooted in the realization that each school is different in terms of staffing and budget, provides an overview of best practices related to international recruitment.

Chair & Presenter(s):

Judy Irwin

Managing Director, Connect Globally, Rockville, Maryland

Presenter(s):

Mark A. Ashwill, PhD

Managing Director, Capstone Vietnam, Hanoi & Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), Vietnam

Mark Hallett, M.S.

Senior Director, International Student & Scholar Services, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, Colorado

Jennifer Falzerano, M.Ed

Director of International Programs, Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon

Follow these links for more session information and to visit the session blog.

Whether or not you’re planning to attend the NAFSA annual conference and our session, I would like to request your assistance in sharing some information about your international recruitment activities by completing a short 10-question survey.  If we receive enough responses, we’ll share the information at the session and on the session blog.  Thanks!

MAA

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