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TABS is looking forward to our 5th annual recruitment tour in Latin America. Please see fair dates below. Times and locations will be updated as soon as possible.
Thursday February 18
Saturday February 20
Monday February 22
Wednesday February 24
Friday February 26
Sunday February 28
Tuesday March 2
TABS provides fair venues for boarding school representatives to meet potential students and their families. The overall itinerary affords enough time around the fairs to conduct school business, arrange outside appointments and schedule admission interviews. Be certain to let alumni and current/ past parents know that you’ll be in the area!
We require that your school be represented by an admissions staff member, teacher or administrator. (Read our full policy). We do encourage you to call on local alumni and parents to join your school at the fair. They're instrumental with translation and provide expertise on the local culture.
Each school will be supplied a table at each fair. You may wish to use any of these typical display items: a table drape with school logo, inquiry cards, books, brochures, photo albums, a battery-operated laptop and video, or spirit merchandise for gifts. Please note — this is a "tabletop only" exhibit hall and floor banners are prohibited. Whatever your plan, be sure your display is simple, lightweight and easy to transport.
Fees cover the cost of fair venues, advance lists of area contacts and country information, marketing and promotional activities.
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