Program: International Education Management
Undergrad: Indiana University - Russian and East European History
Fast Fact: Since moving to Monterey, Adam has diversified his accordion repertoire and considers himself the de facto best euchre player on the peninsula.
Where are you currently working?
Currently I work as an International Student Advisor at Santa Clara University.
"I greatly value the experience that international students have," Belinda says. "I want to contribute to making it a powerful one."
As the Executive Associate Director for the Center for Language Education and Research (CLEAR) at Michigan State University, Joy Campbell (MATESOL '01) works to promote and support the teaching and learning of foreign languages in the United States.
"The work that I do...without mincing words, changes people lives."
That is the simple yet powerful answer that Justin Maniar (MAIPS '10) gave when asked about the work he does promoting international education.
"I work with so many students who without the support of people in the field of international education would never have the resources, support or encouragement to go abroad and seek out international education experiences," says Maniar.
MacKenzie Hizon has been working in the international education field for more than 10 years. She holds an undergraduate degree in Business Marketing and a Masters in TESOL from the Monterey Institute of International Studies. She has held positions in both public and private educational institutions and has experience in program development, marketing, and the recruitment of international students from various regions around the world.
Since graduating from the Monterey Institute in 1983, Jay Ward (MA in International Policy Studies) has spent the majority of his career in the field of international education. During that time, he has held various positions in international admissions, recruitment, international student advising, and international education administration at several universities.
Continuing to meet the global demand for multilingual, culturally adept professionals, the Monterey Institute of International Studies today announced the launch of its twelfth graduate degree program, the Master of Arts in International Education Management (MAIEM) program.