In response to feedback from colleagues in the international education industry, the leadership of the U.S. Journal of Academics now offers customized, individualized training in online international student recruitment.
We understand how our colleagues are feeling...
We can help.
We'll share with you successful case studies from our own experience, as well as best practices from other campuses around the country. For example:
We'll teach you how to apply these ideas (and more) to your own campus environment. Exact curriculum, dates and times of the U.S. Journal Marketing Consultation are coordinated by the individual campus trainees and the staff of the U.S. Journal. Approximately 14 days in advance of the session, we correspond with the trainees via telephone, fax and / or e-mail to determine a specific, tailored agenda to maximize efficiencies. For a complimentary customized proposal, please contact Cheryl.
Two 4-hour Sessions of Intensive On-Campus Consultation:
One 2-hour Session of Telephone / WebCam Consultation:
"These marketing consultations really represent a natural evolution of our business," noted Cheryl Darrup-Boychuck, C.E.O. of the U.S. Journal. "Our respected colleagues have responded very positively to our original online services, as well as to our numerous presentations and articles about the latest trends in eRecruitment. Now we're able to take that broad (and sometimes abstract) information, and train international education professionals to apply it specifically to their own campus environment. The power and scope of the Internet affords us efficient and effective opportunities limited only by our imagination."
Consultation leader Cheryl Darrup-Boychuck is well-qualified to address eRecruitment issues. Cheryl has been presenting at NAFSA Regional and National Conferences since 1996, and routinely contributes to Voice of America, the Institute of International Education, Community College publications, the Advising Quarterly, and other media outlets.
We invite you to subscribe to usjournal.communiqué: eRecruitment Trends and Techniques. The communiqué is an ever-evolving e-newsletter for international student recruitment professionals. The U.S. Journal of Academics also publishes the latest percentages of online language usage. If you would like to subscribe, please complete the form. Thanks!
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