Once September arrived, it was time for EAG to pack their bags and hop on planes to kick off the fall recruiting season. Four EAG team members spent 14 weeks in 15 countries meeting with agents, conducting student seminars and attending several college exhibitions. At each destination, EAG’s team received a warm welcome from agents and students alike.
“I always enjoy travelling and representing our college partners,” said Jeff Greenip, Executive Vice President of Operations for EAG. “I also enjoy seeing different parts of the world and meeting students and agents.” Fall travel included visits to the Bahamas, China, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Indonesia, Jamaica, Mexico Nepal, Panama, South Korea and Taiwan. To date, EAG has generated more than 400 applications for its college partners and team members are hard at work assisting students and agencies with the next steps in the application process.
“EAG’s college partners offer a variety of programs for our students who were excited to apply for this upcoming winter/spring session. In fact, more than 100 Nepalese students applied to EAG’s college partners and we are excited to support the recruitment efforts of these colleges,” stated Mr. Pawan Bista, EAG Vice President of Asia and Southeast Asia Development. “Students and agents were excited to meet Mr. Kenneth DiSaia, President of EAG, as he visited several agencies during his 4-day trip to Nepal. He was able to meet hundreds of students to introduce Concord University, Nova Southeastern University, Morningside College and University of Advancing Technology and share details about their majors, admissions process and scholarships.”
As fall travel comes to a close, EAG is busy planning for spring travel which will kick off in January. Agencies who are interested in learning more about EAG’s college partners can email firstname.lastname@example.org.