Monday, December 14 - Wednesday, December 16, 2020

We are living in a new reality, and focusing on student retention is one of the keys to school success. Join colleagues from across the North American Jewish day school field for training designed to equip your schools with tools to build a retention plan and leverage increased enrollment for the future. Learn with retention specialists, including Prizmah subject-matter experts, AISAP (the Association for Independent School Admission Professionals), and English Marketing Works. Learn strategies and approaches to capitalize on your school’s strengths through strategic communication, partnerships, and planning.

Program Outline

To make the most out of this experience, please plan on attending each of the three days. 

December 14
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM PT

December 15
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM PT
 
December 16
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM PT

Presenters

Amy Adler is Director of Catalyzing Resources at Prizmah where she consults with day schools in the areas of Admissions, Marketing, Development, and Tuition Assistance. After enrolling her eldest son in a Jewish day school, she was inspired by the mission and rich educational experience that day schools give children, and she decided to leave her corporate career of 10 years in sales, marketing, and branding. Amy spent eight years working at The Jewish Day School of Metropolitan Seattle, where she held positions as the Director of Admissions and Tuition Assistance, and the Director of Development. Amy has a BA in Communication and Public Relations. She and her husband live in Dallas, Texas, and all three of their children are enrolled in Jewish day school.
 

Chuck English helps schools uncover what makes them one of a kind and leverage that insight to drive meaningful outcomes through branding, marketing, communications and creative initiatives. He has worked with dozens of Jewish day schools and independent schools in the US and Canada and has presented at numerous conferences and workshops. Chuck has also written a number of e-books and journal articles on school marketing.

 

Debby Murphy is director of education and learning at AISAP. She has served as an independent school administrator for 26 years in several school roles such as senior associate dean of admission, director of alumni engagement, and assistant head for advancement and enrollment. She has visited hundreds of public, private, and independent schools and met with thousands of applicants throughout the country.

Given Debby’s passion for advancing independent schools, she has thoroughly enjoyed playing a pivotal role on AISAP’s Consultancy Services team. She also oversees and designs online education and learning initiatives to advance and support admission and enrollment management professionals on their professional journeys.

Registration Fees

Prizmah Network Schools: $300 per person
Non-Prizmah Network Schools: $375 per person

Participants from Canada, enter the following codes in the discount field to receive Canadian pricing:

Canadian Prizmah Network Schools: $225 US per person (Code: CADNETWORK)
Canadian Non-Prizmah Network Schools: $281.25 US per person (Code: CADNON)

  • For participants from the US, the registration system will automatically charge you the correct price based on whether or not your school has joined the Prizmah Network.
  • For participants from Canada, please check this list determine whether you should use the network or non-network code.