5 STEP GUIDE TO STARTING A HIGH SCHOOL RECRUITMENT STRATEGY
Looking to start a high school student recruitment strategy? or jumpstart your existing one? This webinar is for you!
This 5 step guide guide contains all of the obvious and not-so-obvious best practices of high school student recruitment.Think of this guide as your key to creating a HS recruitment strategy with any budget.
The 5 Step Guide outlined in the above interview with Enrollment Resources is focused around everything you could want to know about creating a HS marketing strategy from scratch, from HS student demographics, how they're influenced, the importance of partnerships, to some easy take-aways that you can implement TODAY.
Who is the High School Student?
Who are the influenced by?
How to find high schools with students interested in Career Education.
4. DIFFERENTIATE YOUR SCHOOL
You need to differentiate your school from all the other options students have upon graduation. But how?
How important is it to have the right partners in helping you speak with high school students? It's one thing for you to brag about your school ... It's another for your partner to brag about your school!
5. SPONSOR EVENTS
Have you considered going to your state counselor association meetings? Or hosting competitions on campus for scholarships? What's the best way to get started?
3. MAINTAINING RELATIONSHIPS
It can be difficult to create a relationship with a few of your local high schools, but maintaining that relationship can also be difficult. Senior counselors become freshmen counselors the next year, turn-over, retiring counselors, the list goes on. So how do you maintain these relationships?
Stay tuned to the end of my presentation for a bonus tip you won't want to miss!
“Our partnership with the Imagine America Foundation and the webinars we cohost has enabled us to reach more counselors and educators across the country. Since we are nationwide, these webinars help us to reach out to educators both locally and in remote areas of the country to raise awareness of the rapidly growing and evolving careers that are essential and in demand of skilled technicians.”
Dr. Steven Coyle - Universal Technical Institute
“My name is Lee Doubleday and I am the Director of Operations at the Imagine America Foundation. I utilize my knowledge to show things you need to focus on in order to create a high school marketing strategy...that increases your community presence and enrollment."
— Lee Doubleday
Let’s meet on zoom.
I’ve been working in high school marketing for years - let's take a look at what you're currently doing and what may be an easy, cost effective way to improve your strategies.