It’s been a fun summer providing virtual workshops and training to campuses. Over the past 2 months we’ve tackled topics such as:
– How to create capacity when you can’t hire more people.
– How to market study abroad when your students can’t currently go abroad.
– How to showcase your value (and your team’s value)
As summer comes to a close, so does our Summer Series. Our final workshops take place in August.
Workshop Four: Tuesday, August 11th
Team Building on a Budget
Did you know that 71%* of higher education professionals say they would stay with their institution or organization if they had more access to training? You may be faced with budget cuts or freezes, including your professional development funds. Don’t stress! We have options that don’t cost a fortune or require staff travel. Explore 10 low-cost (and some free!) options your team can utilize to come out of this pandemic stronger than ever.
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Workshop Five: Tuesday, August 18th
Decision Deferred – Keeping 2020 Applicants Engaged
Cancelling 2020 study abroad programs is like turning off your cash register light when customers are lined up, ready to make their purchases. Study abroad offices have high numbers of deferred applicants, eagerly awaiting the green light to go abroad. During this workshop we’ll give you and your team tips on how to keep them engaged while they wait.
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We promise these sessions will be life-changing! But, don’t take our word for it – Take their word for it!
“This was the best workshop I’ve been to in the last year. Thank you! It was amazing and all the content felt useful.” – Jennifer in Colorado
“The workshop was excellent. I have been doing many webinars since the start of the pandemic and this was the best one so far. Well done.” – Victor in Virginia
“It was really a great presentation! I hope you will offer it again!” – Marie, Spain
“This webinar was wonderful, informative, and concise. Thank you!” – Britni, Virginia
“Many thanks for the lucid, and thoughtful information session. Please do more to help inspire others who might be new to the field.” – Mike, Maryland
IEP Founder & Executive Director