Kay is a Middle School Spanish World Cultures Teacher. She first traveled with EF to Costa Rica in 2009 and has been leading student groups every Summer since. Kay believes that students should experience travel to help broaden their perspectives and allow them to see firsthand how tolerant, global and open-minded we should all strive to become.
They say, “It is the little things in life that mean the most.” Why not use that to your advantage and do some small things that will add a big bang to your upcoming tour recruitment meeting? I have found that excitement is the key to generating student interest, so here are some things I do to create excitement at my own recruitment meetings:
These small steps can have a big impact at your next recruitment meeting. Have fun with it and make it memorable – the possibilities are limitless. Your potential travelers will appreciate your attention to detail. Sometimes, it really is the little things that mean the most.