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International Specialty Designation Application

IECA INTERNATIONAL SUB-SPECIALTY DESIGNATION

The International sub-specialty designation is a secondary specialty and can be earned only by IECA members who have the School (S), College (C), Graduate School (G), or Therapeutic (T) Designations. International is not a stand-alone specialty. IECA members who wish to include International in their IECA Membership Directory listing are required to complete the application form below. Please note that the required expertise to work with International students may be acquired at any time after admission into IECA and the “I” listing will be added when appropriate.

Part I – International Populations Served

Part II – Protocol

Part III – Campus Visits

Part IV – Number of International Clients Advised

Part V – Experience and Professional Development (applies to sections “A” through “G”)

Part VI – Review of Promotional Materials


IECA International Designation Application
(a secondary specialty)

The International Designation can be earned only by those who have the School, College, Graduate School, or Special Needs Designations. International is not a stand-alone specialty.

Name:
Date: 
Business/Company Name(s):
Street Address:
City:
State/Prov:
Postal Code:
Country:
Phone:
E-mail:
Web Site(s):
Twitter / Facebook page(s) / Name(s):
PART I: INTERNATIONAL POPULATIONS SERVED
Please check all that apply:
Note: For those based in the U.S. or Canada, consider the U.S./Canada combined as your home country.

Please check the primary specialty area(s) for which you are applying to add the secondary International Specialty Designation:





Please check the primary specialty area(s) for which you are applying to add the secondary International Specialty Designation:




PART II: PROTOCOL
Describe the protocol you use when determining options for an international student. Describe your services as well as the mode of delivery.
PART III: CAMPUS VISITS
Note: For Independent Educational Consultants based in the U.S. or Canada, consider the U.S./Canada combined as your home country.
  • For schools, colleges or special needs consultants who work with students applying to institutions outside of your home country: 10 visits per primary specialty area (school, college, graduate school, and/or therapeutic) within the past 5 years are required. Attach a list of these international schools, colleges, and/or programs, and include the names of the institutions and the dates visited.
  • For schools, colleges or special needs consultants who work with students applying to institutions within your home country: No additional visits are required.
    Upload (CAMPUS VISITS)
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PART IV: NUMBER OF INTERNATIONAL CLIENTS ADVISED
(Minimum: 10 clients per primary specialty area in last 5 years). Upload a list of where students have been placed, in this format:
Student Initials Age Home country Type/Placement / Country Date
JLK 15 Peru RTC/Oak Hope Ranch/USA 7/2010
ABC 14 Korea School/Leysin/Switz. 8/2010
XYZ 17 Finland College/Cornell/ USA 9/2010
Upload list of where your students have placed.
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PART V: EXPERIENCE & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
(to Help the Membership Committee Better Understand Your Practice)

A. Please list the following:
- Memberships in relevant professional associations.:
- Academic courses, professional development workshops and seminars related to international admissions. Please include the course/ workshop/ seminar title, the name of the sponsoring organization, the number of hours, and the date.:

B. While fluency in multiple languages is not required for this designation, please list languages you speak and your level of fluency.

C. Not including your current home country, list any countries where you have lived or worked, including the dates of residence and/or job title and employer.

D. How many years have you worked with international students? Please indicate how many of these years were spent working with students as an Independent Educational Consultant.

E. List the tests that you frequently interpret/use that are unique to your work with international students.

F. Describe your level of familiarity and understanding of visa and other documentation requirements for international students, including expatriates.

G. Please briefly describe your business model, including source(s) of compensation.
PART VI: REVIEW OF PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS:
Please upload copies of your brochures and promotional materials. If your materials are online, the link to your website will suffice.


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Questions should be directed to [email protected]

Supporting materials can be mailed to:
Member Services
IECA
3251 Old Lee Highway, Suite 510, Fairfax, VA 22030

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