How to Convey the Study Abroad Advantage in Job or Grad School Interviews

Posted May 14, 2015 by
Mark Shay of Abroad101

Mark Shay of Abroad101

Mark Shay is a business leader with a long history of success helping higher education institutions recruit and retain students.

In a career that has spanned three decades, Mark has served over 3,000 customers, ranging from individual program managers, to university presidents and foreign governments. He is known throughout the higher education industry as an innovator for developing products like and, creating international student recruiting solutions for agents and universities, and his consulting expertise in areas of sales and marketing.

In late 2013, Mark returned to his entrepreneurial ways as the CEO of Abroad101, the first and largest study abroad review website. Billed as the “TripAdvisor of Study Abroad” Abroad101 provides students, parents and academic advisors tools to get more out of study abroad while helping study abroad providers in their recruiting of future students.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how students who study abroad are eager to tell of their experiences and their discoveries, yet those who haven’t been there may not share your enthusiasm. Join this discussion with Abroad101 chief executive officer Mark Shay and College Recruiter national account manager Andrea McEwen-Henderson as they discuss how engaging in a thoughtful dialog about the benefits of an international education experience can make all the difference in a job or grad school admissions interview. Learn some tips on how to turn skeptics into supporters and boost your standing as you start your career.

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