If you’re planning to attend the 2019 annual conference of NAFSA: Association of International Educators in Washington, D.C. and you’re interested in this topic, mark your conference calendar!
Join me, Eddie West, session chair and Executive Director, International Programs, University of California-Berkeley Extension, and Mayumi Kowta, Director, International Programs California State University Channel Islands, for a lively discussion about how the “fatal flaw” in commissions-based recruitment can be addressed. For more information about this, check out a 10-18 article that Eddie and I wrote, An ethical approach to commissions-based recruitment.
Follow this link to see the official conference description of our session, including the abstract (also below) and the learning objectives.
More colleges and universities are contracting with commissions-based student recruitment agents than ever before. This development is great news for agents, and mostly good news for their partner schools. But for students being advised by agents the experience encompasses the good, the bad, and the ugly. Can we do better?
Shalom (שלום), MAA
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