Webinar | Helping Students Transition to the Independent School World

When:  Sep 20, 2018 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (ET)
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Description:

As admission professionals, we are charged with creating a student body that meets our school mission and encompasses diversity. In this session, we will discuss diversity in terms of socioeconomics and how we can best support our students coming from lower socioeconomic backgrounds. Also, we will discuss ways that schools have found success in creating programming.

Learning Objectives: 
  • Determine ways in which we can better support students
  • Create a plan of action to take back to schools
  • Review and implement programming for your school
Experience Level:  
  • Emerging (3-4 Yrs)
  • Advancing (5-9 Yrs)
Professional Competencies:  
  • Customer Focus
  • Drives Vision & Purpose
  • Plans and Aligns
Professional Behaviors:  
  • Advance School MissionCEC_logo_091018.png 
  • Expand Educational Knowledge
Continuing Education Credits: 
  • This course is eligible for 1 hour of AISAP Continuing Education Credits
  • Credits will apply towards your CAEP re-certification.

Registration Fee: 
$0 AISAP Members
$79 Non-Members

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Faculty: 

Christina Townsend-Hartz Christina Townsent-Hartz
Director of Admission & Financial Aid
University School
ctownsendhartz@us.edu

Christina’s career in Independent Schools has spanned 17 years, spent entirely in single-sex schools, where she has become an expert in the all-boys environment. Before joining University School in the fall of 2013, she spent 13 years in the boarding school world where she was Director of Admission and Financial, and Director of Residential Life. Christina has presented nationally on various topics which include Admissions & Financial Aid Best Practices, Developing a Dynamic Discipline System, Social Media, Best Practices for International Enrollment, and Developing a Comprehensive Residential Boarding Program. She was also executive coordinator of the 2012 National Small Boarding Schools Association Annual Conference. Christina is currently the Director of Admission (9-12) & Financial Aid (K-12) at University School in Cleveland, Ohio.

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Contact

Stephanie Orr
(203) 421-7051
programs@aisap.org