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TABS-NAIS Global Symposium | Austin TX | April 26-28
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TABS provides a variety of marketing support for schools in its efforts to reach families considering boarding school - from unique content for students and parents describing what boarding schools are all about to providing guidance for the application process. Additionally, TABS hosts recruiting fairs around the world, connecting admission reps with interested qualified families. Read below to learn about some of our other Marketing and Admission endeavors:
The Asia Fairs bring together families and representatives from boarding schools across the United States, Canada, and abroad. The 2014 Tour includes stops in Beijing, Shanghai, Ho Chi Minh City, Bangkok, Manila, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taipei, Seoul & Tokyo.
TABS will be headed to Central and South America in spring 2015 for the fourth recruitment trip so far. Past tours have included stops in Mexico City, Monterrey and Guadalajara, Mexico; Medellín and Bogotá, Colombia; and, São Paulo, Brazil.
An introduction to the boarding school life and the application process, NowBoarding® is sent to TABS database of families and to newly interested families around the world.
The Directory gives families a way to peruse, on paper, lists of TABS schools organized in different groupings such as by programs offered, by location & more. Mini-profiles are also available for each school.
A special edition for our friends in education. Includes lists, lists and more lists of TABS schools by type, program and services. And more detailed information is available within each school listing.
Families can unfold a colorful poster-sized map of TABS schools.
Citing stats and data from an in-depth study, this ever-popular brochure compares a boarding school education to the education of private day and public schools. Also available as a video presentation for your website.
Wear this logo proudly on your school website and printed communications. Email TABS to obtain this year's badge.
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Much more than just a website, this online portal is for families both curious about boarding school and looking for the perfect fit. Here, they learn about the virtues of a boarding school education.
Leveraging our presence on an ever-growing list of social media sites, TABS engages in conversation and generates buzz about the boarding school experience. We also have channels for member schools and educators.
A series of periodic reports on boarding school education, practice, policy, recruiting trends and emerging markets. Learn more by viewing the TABS Library.
We’ve assembled a panel of industry experts who will dissect the North American market to help schools identify and recruit qualified domestic families.
More people can now take advantage of Twitter-sourced professional development, #TABSchat.
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October 17 - November 5, 2015
9 Cities Across Asia
Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam
International admission fairs provide an excellent no-cost opportunity for you to have one-on-one conversations with school representatives.
July 21 - 23, 2015
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
This is a practical workshop specifically for the new boarding school teacher. In addition to lecture and discussion, there’s an experiential dimension to this program.
This all-encompassing academy addresses key topics chosen for their relevance to the mission of guiding and shaping young lives. This program is designed for all residential staff interested in learning, sharing, and refining their skills and strategies.
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