This position responds to, plans and carries out all student service activities for degree seeking international students, providing comprehensive services by serving as a main point of contact from recruitment through enrollment. Individualized support of international students will be provided from admissions and enrollment through graduation. Position will also support all applicable grant programs that award academic and professional development scholarships to international students. Advise all international students in establishing realistic and attainable academic and career goals. Assist with new international student recruitment, including through international travel in order to participate in recruitment activities.
Establish 1:1 relationships by being the primary point of contact for prospective international students, throughout the entire admissions process through enrollment.
Develop and participate in recruitment events and activities for future international students, including through participation in international recruitment fairs overseas.
Support marketing efforts to international student prospects, including through the development and update of web and marketing materials.
Use career planning, sales and relationship building approaches to explore career and educational goals with prospective students. Increase college and career readiness and match students with appropriate NWTC programs or transfer opportunities.
Assess the overall personal and financial plans for students, identifying and initiating appropriate personalized College and community resources, including employment and practical training rules.
Use data to develop strategic communication plans with prospective and current international students and measure quarterly FTE rates.
Assist in the development of grant activities and lead the implementation of activities, including orientation and weekly programming, and monthly student activities including both in-state and out-of-state trips for students.
Prepare and submit quarterly grant reports that provide grant activities progress, outcomes and evaluation. Maintain open communication with grant administrators about student progress and grant outcomes.
Serve as one of the Designated School Officials. Maintain institutional compliance with federal regulations pertaining to student visas. As needed, process immigration forms and documents including reporting applicable data to SEVIS and appropriate government agencies.
US Citizenship or permanent residency as mandated by federal regulations. Experience with SEVIS system preferred.
Ability to travel internationally several weeks at a time for recruitment fairs.
Must hold a valid driver’s license and be insurable under the District’s standard insurance policy terms.
Ability to obtain a passport and/or country-specific visa as appropriate.
Internal Number: 601922
About Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
We are a two-year technical college, serving Northeast Wisconsin by providing education, training, and life-long learning opportunities for individuals and businesses leading to the development of a skilled workforce. Our customers stimulate the economic vitality of our district as a result of the application of skills and knowledge acquired through the completion of certificates, degrees, diplomas, and courses.