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International SOS to Host Webinar for Scholastic Organizations on Risks Facing Students, Staff Traveling to Mexico and Central America

Wednesday, August 25, 2010 Education News J E 4
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Briefing to Include Insight on Best Practices from Security Experts, Dartmouth College Representatives

WHO:

International SOS, the world's leading provider of integrated medical, international healthcare and security assistance services.

Keynote Speakers:

  • Ken Walton, Regional Security Manager, Americas Region, Travel Security Services, a joint venture between International SOS and Control Risks
  • Pablo Weisz, Regional Information and Analysis Manager, Americas Region, Travel Security Services, a joint venture between International SOS and Control Risks
  • John Tansey, Executive Director, Off-Campus Programs, Dartmouth College
  • James Citron, Intercultural Education Specialist, Dartmouth College

Moderator:

  • Suzanne Garber, Chief Operating Officer, Americas Region, International SOS

WHAT:

Mexico and Central America: How to Keep Your Students and Faculty Safe and Secure, a complimentary webinar open to the public. This webinar will provide attendees with a comprehensive view of top security concerns and travel risks as well as proactive plans and policies to keep students and faculty safe and secure when traveling to Central America and Mexico. Security experts from International SOS will be joined by representatives from Dartmouth College with direct experience executing academic programs in Mexico and Central America.

Following the presentation, participants are invited to participate in a Q&A session with the keynote speakers listed above.

WHEN:

Thursday, August 26, 2010

1 p.m. EDT

HOW:

Click on this link to access the Webinar

WHO:

International Education and Study Abroad professionals, Risk Managers, Safety and Security Directors, and Chief International Officers will benefit from this webinar.

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