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Charged with strengthening Hopkins School's local presence, Pamela McKenna and her team created two initiatives that have stood out as best efforts at return on applicants and enrollments.
Crucial follow-up strategies that helped me achieve high yields across the world.
How Pomfret School’s media team has evolved in the last three years.
Geared towards social networking novices; introduces the features of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
The international admission landscape for private schools is ever-changing.
Presenters outline and illustrate the model used at their school where such a collaborative approach has resulted in increased admission and development activity.
Information on the many types of CBOs and the development of a recruitment strategy to build partnerships with them in order to find that “hidden jewel.”
Learn how to make the most of that amazing tool, the phone.
Numerous examples of excellent enrollment marketing efforts including viewbooks, admissions videos, websites, Facebook pages, blogs, open house ads, and more.
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