HOT TIPS: Using LinkedIn for Student Recruitment
LinkedIn is not only your personal professional brand, it's an incredible tool for student recruitment. Your institution probably has a LinkedIn presence — in addition, faculty and staff all should have profiles that also link back to the institution account. Some ideas on how to harness the power of LinkedIn for international student recruitment:
To learn more about LinkedIn’s possibilities for recruitment, get in touch with our team →
School is in session! We’re excited about all of the opportunities for learning and engaging coming up in the next week…
Unibuddy Global Conference
Interested in “Attracting and Nurturing New Student Leads?” Our senior account exec Simon Hamlin will be speaking on just that topic at 10am PT on Tuesday, October 20th at the Global Conference, produced by our partner Unibuddy. The conference will benefit anyone in higher education marketing, enrollment, and recruitment.
Register here →
Digital Marketing Workshop
Want to learn more about building digital brand awareness, using SEO, social media channels, your website, email, and more to reach the newest generation of international students?
Join us on Friday, October 16th for “Digital Marketing 2.0” at 10am PT.
Register here →
Student Sessions Events: Facebook and Instagram Live
Monday, October 12 at 9AM PT on Instagram Live
Daniela Garcia Laverde of Valencia College will be speaking on “Let’s Talk About Scholarships: Affordability and Accessibility at Valencia College.”
You can revisit this discussion on our Instagram channel.
Wednesday, October 14 at 8AM PT on Facebook Live
Karl Anderson, assistant director at the University of Arkansas, and Mim Lee Phillips, account executive at Study in the USA, will be engaging in an “Ask Us Anything” conversation.
Thursday, October 15 at 9AM PT on Facebook Live
Christian Gallie of the IEP Program at Georgia State University will share “No TOEFL or IELTS Requirements! Learn English from Language Professionals and Enter any Georgia Public University!”
Join these sessions on our Facebook page.
“Please educate yourself, your family, children, and friends about racism. We are all actors of the world, and it is our duty to make the world a better place. We should all — White, Brown, Yellow, or Black — be concerned about racism because at first, we are all human beings.”
—Brenda Ametepe, a bioengineering student at Santa Rosa Junior College, shares her experiences with and thoughts about racism in her most recent blog post.