David shares how his immersions in several world cultures lead him to a passion to find the common human touch points for all of us. His skills brought him success on many levels as an admission professional, who has developed a world class process for financial aid and a school wide approach to successful recruiting.
How the world teaches humanity…crucial admission skills…admissions vs enrollment management…new age financial aid…the billboard of life.
1:48 How the world opened my eyes
9:51 The crucial skills to succeed in admissions
14:01 How to involve the whole school for admission success
17:06 The difference between the role of admissions and enrollment management
19:30 Personalized family tuition the new era of financial aid
33:41 24/7 Approach to admissions and life
39:20 Touch points of humanity
42:00 The Billboard of life
David Hopkins, Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management at Miss Hall’s School
He has lived and studied in 4 different countries which really sparked my passion for the international student experience, which has led to my current role. At Miss Hall’s School. He is a thought leader who has totally redesigned the school’s financial aid program. Your approach has moved away from the traditional model to an indexed tuition model called Personalized Family Tuition. This has allowed the process to be more transparent and accessible for families more here or contact him via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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