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Thursday | July 21, 2016 | by WES Advisor

Become a WES Expert Ambassador

Every month, WES receives over 5 million page views from people all over the world seeking the best advice on education, immigration, employment, and professional licensing in both the U.S. and Canada. Now, WES is calling on the experts to weigh in and contribute their thought leadership.

The Expert Ambassador Program is a unique opportunity for admissions experts, career counselors, and immigration professionals to forge one-to-one and one-to-many connections with international students and skilled immigrants. This program gives you a platform to use your knowledge to directly help international students and skilled immigrants achieve their goals and make informed decisions about the different opportunities in the U.S. and Canada. The program can also help you build a reputation as a leader in your industry.

Here’s how you can get involved:

  • Submit blog posts: Submit a topic for our feedback, write a post, and our editorial team will finalize and publish the post on our blog.
  • Present in our webinars: We are always looking for expert guest presenters for our webinars. If your topic fits our needs, we may invite you to be a featured expert.
  • Answer frequently asked questions: We’ll send you relevant questions (submitted to us by email or asked via webinars) and publish your answers to a broad audience interested in your specific area of expertise.

Are you ready to be a sought-after thought leader through the WES Expert Ambassador Program? Fill out our quick form here to register, and we will be in touch very soon!

WES Advisor is an initiative of World Education Services, a non-profit organization with over 40 years of experience in international education. We provide tips and advice for international students and skilled immigrants to help them make informed decisions about education, employment, and immigration opportunities in the U.S. and Canada.