U.S. higher education professionals may volunteer to present at EducationUSA webinar sessions produced either in Washington, D.C. or at our hundreds of centers globally.  EducationUSA also hosts webinars for U.S. higher education professionals on best recruitment practices.

EducationUSA Dialogues

EducationUSA launched its new webinar series, EducationUSA Dialogues, during International Education Week 2021.  This series engages senior administrators, campus practitioners, and faculty members who play key roles in campus internationalization – including strategies for ensuring international student success both in and outside of the classroom.  

Future webinars will address topics such as institutional internationalization strategies, incentivizing cross-campus collaboration, developing a global curriculum for all, enhancing international co-curricular programming, and more.  These discussions will lay the groundwork for enhanced collaboration, dissemination of best practices, and greater success for both U.S. higher education stakeholders and international students alike.

Past Webinars

  • EducationUSA Dialogues:  Strategies for International Student Success at Community Colleges | December 14, 2021 | Past event pageWebinar recording
  • EducationUSA Dialogues:  The Intersection Of Campus Internationalization And Diversity, Equity, And Inclusion | November 17, 2021 | Past event page | Webinar Recording

Volunteer for Webinars
Webinar sessions typically focus on a topic from EducationUSA's Your 5 Steps to U.S. Study. Past topics highlighted researching U.S. universities, applying for financial aid, writing admissions essays, and the like. 

If you are interested in volunteering, request a login and check the webinar box in your user profile. When looking for webinar speakers, EducationUSA staff read profiles and reach out to users directly, using your contact details. However, if interested in assisting with a webinar in a specific country please feel free to reach out to the advising center directly. All EducationUSA centers globally have access to an online webinar platform. 

EducationUSA Interactive – Study in the USA
EducationUSA in Washington, D.C. produces an ongoing webinar series in the State Department's professional television studio and broadcasts it live on the flagship EducationUSA Facebook page.  During the program, experts respond to comments and feed questions via teleprompter to the studio panel in real-time.  U.S. Embassies and EducationUSA centers organize viewing parties to participate in the live interactive sessions.  Due to the complicated technical nature of this program, our preference is for invited speakers join the session in the Washington studio.  Interactives are archived on our YouTube channel