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Thursday, June 8, 2016
11:00am – 4:30pm ET
Rosen Shingle Creek
9939 Universal Blvd. | Orlando, FL 32819
Wednesday, June 7, 2016 | 5:00pm – 7:00pm ET
Complimentary cocktail reception.
Meet other admission/counseling professionals!
If you work with prospective students in marketing, admissions, recruitment, advising or
management you won’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind event!
Join leaders from across the country including admission professionals, high school
counselors, and representatives from career colleges and community colleges to explore the
opportunities for advising students interested in career and/or technical education.
At the completion of this workshop, participants should be able to:
1. Understand factors driving change in the
advising and recruitment of today’s students
2. Articulate methods to bridge the communication
gap between college admission professionals and
high school guidance professionals
3. Identify best practices in recruitment of career
4. Understand effective methods in student
Dr. Jean Norris, Managing Partner, Norton Norris, Inc.
Linda Ganster, Managing Partner, The Grandview Group
5. Recognize unique aspects of recruitment
and advising with online/distance student
6. Define best practices in working with faculty to
impact student retention
7. Identify professional development opportunities
for admission professionals
FOR SYMPOSIUM DETAILS
Space is limited!
Register now: https://s4.goeshow.com/apscu/AdmissionsSymposium/
$250* (Early-bird special before April 15, 2016)
FOR SYMPOSIUM DETAILS: 312-262-7433
Shannon Gormley | firstname.lastname@example.org
COMPLIMENTARY ADMISSION to the “Future of Education Technology”
plenary session featuring McGraw-Hill, Cengage, Pearson, Campus
Management and Elsevier, and moderated by Mario Armstrong (NBC’s
digital lifestyle expert)
High School Panel
Best Practices in
Career Education in the
Research on the Needs
and Challenges of Career
Afternoon Small Group
*Special discount for APSCU members.
ADVANCEMENT OF CAREER EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS
Kelley Blanchard, VP of Professional Development, APSCU
Doug Lockwood, VP of Admissions, Star Career Academy
Fred Carini, VP of Admissions, IT & Marketing, Milan Institute
Natalie Lombardo, President, YTI
Dr. Gary Carlson, Carlson & Associates
Renee Mack, Director of Career Development, Bremen High
School District 228
Rhonda Cracco, Assistant Principal for Student Services, Tinley
Park High School
Chris Drozd, VP of Admissions and Marketing, Summit College
Alissa Guidry, Executive Director of Admissions, Aveda Institute
LeAllen Hawkins, System Enrollment Operations Specialist,
NAU (Symposium Subcommittee)
Dan Irvin, Campus Executive Director – National American
University (Symposium Subcommittee)
Dr. Lennor Johnson, Campus Director, Bryant & Stratton
Dr. Andrea Lehmacher, Managing Director of Marketing
Strategy, Elgin Community College
Rebecca Magnuson, AVP Learning & Development,
Debbie Muno, Managing Partner, Muno Summers & Assoc.
Bill Ojile, Partner, Armstrong Teasdale, LLP
Dr. Joe Pace, Chairman of the Board, The Pacific Institute
Joe Sallustio, VP of Enrollment Managment and Marketing,
National American University
Mike Sandavol, Director of Admissions, UEI