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Using Events to network

We can set up events for anything you want – even a social in your town!

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Spotted an event you think other people working in international schools abroad might be interested in? Or just want to meet some new people in your town/city/country and make some friends?

We can help!

Simply click here to message the Community Manager and we can put the event on the calendar and invite the people it's relevant to.  

For example, if you have just moved to Kuala Lumpur to start work... Let us know a time and a place and we can invite other members who live in KL to join you for a social. Once we set this up as an event, members can click to attend so you can even see who is coming. It's a great way to meet new people in a new city or country, so get in touch!

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