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Recruitment, Admissions,
and Preparation (RAP)
Knowledge Community (KC)
Overview and Discussion
Presentation for NAFSA Conferences and beyond
Updated 10/15/2010
The Five Knowledge Communities
• Education Abroad
• International Education Leadership
• International Student and Scholar Services
• Recruitment, Admissions, and Preparation
• Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship
http://www.nafsa.org/knowledgecommunity/default.aspx
RAP ROCKS!
RAP Mission Statement:
The RAP KC is a dynamic community that provides
leading-edge knowledge for international education
professionals in recruiting, admissions, preparation,
and international enrollment management (IEM).
The Six Networks of RAP
• Special Focus: Bologna Process
o Provides information, resources, and news on various aspects
of the Bologna Process, which includes the transition to a 3year degree program for many universities in Europe
• Admissions and Credential Evaluation
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Supports professionals who are responsible for the admission
and placement of international students
• English Language Training & Administration
o Serves professionals in the teaching and/or management of
programs that teach English to speakers of other languages
The Six Networks of RAP (Cont.)
• Marketing and Recruiting
o Institutional recruiting, promotional campaigns, budgeting,
and implementation of strategic marketing plans
• Overseas Educational Advising
o Provides complete and unbiased information on a full range
of educational opportunities in the United States
• Sponsored Program Administration
o Addresses the needs of program sponsors, programming
organizations, and sponsored-student personnel at
universities and other training provider institutions
Network Home Page
2010 National RAP Team
• Evelyn Levinson, Chair
American University
• Julie Sinclair, Past-chair
Michigan State University
• Kemale Pinar, Chair-elect
Canadian Bureau for International
Education (CBIE)
2010 National RAP Team
• Emily Tse, Information Management
Coordinator
International Education Research Foundation
• Christopher Peltier, Training Coordinator
Northern Arizona University
• Vacant, Marketing & Recruiting Coordinator/
Network Leader
2010 National RAP Team
• Maria Mercedes Salmon, Overseas Educational
Advising Coordinator/Network Leader
Fulbright Commission-Ecuador
• Aimee Thostenson, Admissions and Credential
Evaluation Coordinator/Network Leader
Saint Catherine University
• Caroline Gear, English Language Training and
Administration Coordinator/Network Leader
International Language Institute of
Massachusetts
Support for RAP National Team
• Ellen Silverman, Bologna Process Special Focus
Network Leader
City University of New York
• Susan Kassab, IEM Discussion Forum Coordinator
ELS Language Centers/Operations
Support for RAP National Team
• Craig Hastings, Sponsored Program
Administration Network Leader
LASPAU: Academic and Professional
Programs for the Americas
• John Eriksen, RAP Liaison to the NAFSA regions
Bryant University
RAP U.S. Regional Liaisons
• I –Julie Walkin, Oregon State University
• II –Christy Eylar, Colorado State University
• III –Marsha Anderson, North Lake College
• IV –Matthew Beatty, University of Minnesota-Twin
Cities
• V –Smriti Panda, Wayne State University
• VI –Aaron Bixler, Miami University-Oxford
RAP U.S. Regional Liaisons
• VII –Maria Sophocleous, University of South Carolina
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and Alice Walls, Gulf Coast Community College
VIII –Susan Kassab, ELS Language Centers
and Anne Shimko, Institute of Int’l. Education
and Mara Blake-Ward, Drexel Unviersity
X –Monica Esser, Fordham University
XI – Wesley Roy, Roger Williams University
XII – Kendee Franklin, University of Nevada-Reno
RAP Regional Liaison Responsibilities
• Serve as information conduit between RAP
constituency in the region and the national NAFSA
RAP team
• Provide information and guidance to those in the
region new to international admission and recruiting
• Assist in planning and preparation of regional
conferences
• Participate in regional team meetings and meetings
with national RAP colleagues
2009 RAP Retreat and New Directions
• Attended by international educators and enrollment
management experts
• Formed and guided by the International Enrollment
Management (IEM) task force report
• Created a new RAP mission statement
• Identified five new priority areas
Five Priority Areas
1. Rap KC Development: Re-launch RAP
2. IEM and Campus Internationalization: IEM as a
Strategy
3. Manage IEM: Measure Value of International Students
4. The Partnership Interaction in IEM (defining and
identifying new and emerging overseas counseling
partners)
5. Professional Development for Seasoned RAP’ers and
those transitioning into RAP related responsibilities
RAP Initiatives:
International Enrollment Management
• Involves all network areas within RAP
• Expanding efforts to help NAFSAns manage
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international student enrollments
IEM on-line discussion forum launched in May 2010
Integral part of campus internationalization
Opportunities for work with other KCs
2011 annual conference session being developed
between RAP and ISSS on “Recruitment, Retention,
and Reentry: The Three Important R’s”
IEM Resources and Opportunities
• IEM Discussion Forum – www.nafsa.org/IEMdiscussions
• International Enrollment Management: Framing the
Conversation – www.nafsa.org/IEMwhitepaper
• IEM Task Force now developing new resources and
session templates – www.nafsa.org/contactRAP
• 2011 Annual Conference sessions and networking
opportunities being planned
• For more information, visit www.nafsa.org/IEMResources
RAP in Print
• Information Management:
o NAFSA Guide to International Recruitment
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Linda Heaney – editor (recipient of 2009 RAP award)
Completely revised
Parent’s Guide to Education in the United States
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Kelly Franklin – author
Designed to give parents information about student life in the
United States
Bundles of 20 available through NAFSA on-line
RAP Downloads
• Information Management (Cont.):
o Guide to Educational Systems Around the World
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Susan Whipple – editor
Updates to countries in previous printed publication
Over 100 countries now online
Evaluating Foreign Educational Credentials:
An Introductory Guide
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Kate Trayte Freeman – author
Starting point for making sense of foreign educational credentials
Sample documents
Wow—the wRAP Up
• wRAP Up – one of the most viewed and down-loaded
pages on NAFSA Web site – www.nafsa.org/wRAPUp
• New wRAP Up team members always welcomed
• Content includes credential samples, RAP updates,
and topics of interest
• Recent editions have focused on connecting with
EducationUSA advisers, technology tips, the
European Baccalaureate, and an overview of
selected secondary school systems
RAP Leadership Opportunities
• National Team openings for 2011
o Admissions & Credential Evaluation (ACE) Network
Leader/Coordinator
o Marketing & Recruiting (MR) Network Leader/Coordinator
o Training Coordination Subcommittee (TCS) member
o RAP Liaison to the NAFSA Regions
• Subcommittee and task force members
• Writers and editors
• Discussion Forum contributors
Vancouver 2011
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