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Now What? Re-calibrating college counselling post COVID-19
In this webinar you will be challenged to re-calibrate the traditional logic of your college counselling program. 
Although you may now have gotten adjusted to daily life in a pandemic, we are all still uncertain on what next year will look like. Will students be reassessing the value proposition of University fees if teaching will be moved online? Will students be deferring their studies overseas? Or choosing to study closer to home? Do we have the bandwidth, the skills, and a community to advise a potential G13/Y14 cohort?
Our panelists will discuss the “Now what?” and prepare us for a post COVID-19 college counselling landscape. You will leave the webinar inspired to make adjustments to your program and to make effective long term plans for your 2020 graduates. 

The Panelists:

ROBERT SHIELDS
Robert Shields is a College Counselor, Teacher, and Alumni Relations Manager at Shanghai Qibao Dwight High School. Prior to joining Qibao Dwight in 2018, spent six years as the Career Services Manager at the Johns Hopkins University – Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies in Nanjing, where he established the Career Services office and managed both student career counseling and employer relations. Before moving to China, he worked in academic advising and career development at University of Florida’s Warrington College of Business Administration and the University of Tennessee’s Haslam School of Business.

MARTIN CAMPION
Martin Campion is the founder, director, senior advisor and sole employee of Campion College Consultancy, based in Hong Kong. For 20 years, he was the Head of Higher Education Guidance at South Island School and, for ten years chaired the English Schools Foundation H.E. Counsellors Group. Despite his British accent, he has attended counsellor visits to 148 N.American campuses, as well as numerous conferences. For his work in the field, he holds awards from the Council of International Schools and Yale.

May 26, 2020 04:00 PM in Hong Kong SAR

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