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|Regional Diversity & Inclusive Excellence Workshop - Claremont, CA|
Claremont McKenna College
Friday, January 26, 2018 at 9:00am - 3:30pm
Session I: Overview of the AIDE Roadmap & Guideline Five | Outreach, Marketing & Recruitment
When recruiting, marketing, and conducting outreach to students in various forms, it is important to consider how these methods relate to students of diverse backgrounds. These students may sometimes have interests/concerns that are not clearly satisfied through existing efforts. This section therefore examines what the education abroad office does to outreach, recruit, and market study abroad to students from diverse backgrounds.
Session II: Inclusive Curriculum & Programming | Guideline Eight
Students are interested in education abroad opportunities that are applicable to their academic, professional, and personal aspirations. Having a wide range of program options for students can open up opportunities for those who may not have considered education abroad before. This section explores factors that may influence student engagement in education abroad such as the length, subject, and type of programs offered on campus. It will also include a discussion around the alignment of programming to institutional and office goals for diversifying study abroad.
Who Should Attend?
With focus on effective approaches to outreach, marketing, & recruitment and inclusive curriculum & programming, this high-impact training is intended for professionals interested in developing the skills and expertise needed to increase capacity and serve more diverse student populations in education abroad.
9:00am - 9:30am Check-in & Networking
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