Jumpstart your professional development with this NAFSA e-Learning Seminar series. Expert presenters from across the field of international education present strategies for building a professional toolkit and strengthening your competencies. This series features tips for developing your personal brand, integrating useful technology, and staffing your office to increase your effectiveness.

After completing this NAFSA e-Learning Seminar series, participants will be able to:

  • Leverage their skills and experiences to build a unique personal brand;
  • Identify time-saving new technologies and “hacks” for managing student advising; and
  • Analyze different staffing models and identify the best fit for their office using data.

NAFSA on-demand e-Learning Seminars featured in this series:

Personal Branding and Career Strategies for International Educators
As the field of international education grows more popular, both new and experienced international education professionals need strong and distinctive messaging and identities to distinguish themselves. Building a consistent personal brand allows job seekers and professionals to highlight their experiences, enhance their credibility, and expand their networks.

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Practical Technology Innovations for the International Education Office
Presenters discuss how they use technology in their offices to enhance efficiency, highlight lesser known services and their benefits, and teach participants helpful “hacks” for commonly used software and applications for task management, such as the Microsoft Office Suite and Google Apps.

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Model Staffing: Evaluating Your Office Structure and Effectiveness
International education managers are tasked with thinking strategically to meet organization-wide expectations while sustaining a customer-centric office environment. Managers can assess their office structure through three key priorities: data collection and analysis; evaluation of staffing models; and staff engagement and development.

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