Higher Ed Live is pleased to announce the call for new hosts is open! Applications are due February 1, 2019 at 8:00 p.m. EST / 5:00 p.m. PST. Hosting live episodes is fun, professionally rewarding, and helps you grow your network. Hosts receive a quarterly stipend and other perks throughout the year.

Eligibility

We’re looking for higher education professionals who are currently employed at a college or university and work in one of the following areas: admissions and enrollment, marketing and communications, alumni relations, fundraising, or student affairs.

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How to stand out

We want to hear about your career journey and why you’re interested in hosting a live webcast.

We’ll ask you to submit a video of you speaking. Don’t sweat the recording quality. We want to get a feel for your on‐camera presentation style. Share a recording of a past speaking gig, or a three to five-minute video of you describing an important industry issue or trend.

Know your niche
Do you have lots to say? That’s great. We’re looking for passion and expertise. Is there one topic you know inside and out? What topics do your colleagues come to you for advice on? Be sure to tell us which topics you feel the most comfortable speaking about and leading discussions around.

Who’s your audience
The Higher Ed Live audience is here to be engaged and empowered. Do you actively give back to your professional community? Share where you’ve networked and any past speaking opportunities you’ve taken advantage of.

Bonus content
Do you have a new vision for higher education or a sample of your favorite project? Being a Higher Ed Live host means putting yourself and your ideas out in front of the world. This is your chance to share your unique personality.

Questions? Email us.

Apply today!

 

Article Author

Mallory Willsea

Mallory Willsea

Executive Producer
Director of Marketing and Business Developement, mStoner, Inc.

Mallory Willsea brings more than a decade of marketing, digital, and enrollment marketing experience to Higher Ed Live and mStoner. Mallory serves as the main point of contact for Higher Ed Live sponsors. As head of marketing and sales for mStoner, Mallory develops the firm's marketing strategy and works with potential clients to identify right-fit solutions.