This week we are continuing our two part series on the all-too-common mistakes that happen when Recruitment professionals are caught between increasing strain on limited budget and rising enrollment demands. Didn't get the chance to read part one? You can do so here.
As you read this series, you might think, "yep, I've been there..." or "hey, I would never do that!" ...Either way, we would love to hear from you! Want to discuss your recruitment strategies and how to avoid these pitfalls, or learn about strategies for how your institution can continue to excel? We would love to meet with you.
We are currently setting up meetings for NACAC Sept 27-29. Ben will be in G block on September 29th at 11:30 am, presenting along with Daniel Spadafore from Michigan State and Gretchen Dobson from Academic Assembly: International Alumni Relations: The Neglected Tool in Your Strategic Recruiting Arsenal? Beyond that, our meeting schedule is fairly open. Ben, Patricia and Elaine will all be there learning and meeting.
Have you captured our e-book: Global Alumni Management for U.S. Institutions: State of the Field 2017? In it we discuss our survey of over 1,000 US institutions on international alumni engagement practices and needs. At this session, you will learn how we interpret the findings and some practical ways you can leverage your international alumni network to strengthen your recruitment and development efforts.
Alright, that's enough, huh? Let's get into it -- Part 2 of Desperate Recruitment Mistakes...
This post first appeared on Intead Blog | International Students Recruiting, D, please read the originial post: here