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Having a 360-degree view of any program is important—your international student program is no exception. Your school must understand the international student experience from the students' perspective, as well as your faculty and staff’s viewpoints.
Are you delivering on promises made? Does that delivery dovetail with your mission thereby enhancing your reputation in the international marketplace? Explore five ways to determine whether or not your international student program was successful this year.
Word of mouth is vital to the ongoing vitality of your school’s international program. If your international students had good experiences, they will share with other families. These guidelines will enable you to gauge the success of your program.
Explore five key areas you must consider when gauging whether or not your international student program was successful this year, especially if families provide minimal feedback. Consider whether or not your international program delivers on the enrollment promises made, and whether that delivery dovetails with the mission of your school.
You'll learn how to:
- Identify how to evaluate the delivery of the international program given minimal feedback from families.
- Analyze important parent and student survey results with regard to expectations surrounding communications that can guide the changes needed.
- Identify international student and family expectations with regard to academics as well as social and emotional wellbeing and evaluate if they were properly met.
- Leverage additional faculty and staff for meeting these identified expectations.
- Use minor shifts to programmatically right-size your international program.
- Outline essential timelines with regard to the reporting requirements of SEVIS.
- Identify critical time periods for re-evaluation of international student admission criteria so that only mission appropriate students are enrolled.
This webinar is great for:
International Program Directors/Coordinators, PDSO/DSO teams, Development Directors and staff, Advancement teams, Admission Directors and associates, and Enrollment Managers.
Jacqueline M. Yamada
Jacqui, a former international student program coordinator and Principal Designated School Official (PDSO), has turned her work with international students into a model for governance of international student programs. She has expertise in international student enrollment, international program establishment, SEVIS compliance, homestay concerns, and international student relations.
As an ISM Consultant, Jacqui shares recommended strategies for international student programs with private-independent school administrators. She teaches workshops, hosts webinars, and conducts on-site consultations to help schools create, bolster, and sustain international student enrollment programs.
Jacqui has presented at many industry association events, including TABS, NAIS, NBOA, SBSA, ISANNE, IECA, MISBO, and ICEF. She was also invited to participate in a NAFSA Summit Briefing by the U.S. State Department and Department of Education.
Jacqui previously served as Director of International Programs and Principal Designated School Official (PDSO) for the Rocky Hill School, RI. She worked with SEVIS to keep her school in strict compliance with U. S. Homeland Security and Department of State. Jacqui has worked in the education field for 25 years.
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- There will be no refunds for cancellations made less than 15 business days before the start of the program. For registrations paid for with membership Gold Dollars, the member school will receive a 50% refund of Gold Dollars.
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Should an attendee need to cancel less than 15 days prior to the start date of the workshop, the school has two options to avoid penalty. Schools may also exercise these options at anytime for cancellations.
- The school may substitute another employee.
- The school may bank the funds for a future ISM registration. These funds must be applied to a professional development event within one year from the start date of the original workshop. After one year, the funds will be forfeited. To use banked funds, please call the Professional Development Coordinator at 302-656-4944 x152.
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