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A practical way to expose students to careers and opportunities


Students, based on their own interests, interview innovators.

They then write articles published online. That's why we call this experience the "Informational Interview 2.0"


Enhance Professional Networks

Learn Critical Communication Skills

Be More Marketable

Gain Inspiration About Careers

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Eight short dynamic videos (5-10 minutes each), a student workbook, an accompanying curriculum guide and supplemental live webinars. 

Students interview an "innovator" - someone who seems to be doing innovative work in an area that is personally of interest to the student. Potentially, this can be an alumna / alumnus, thus serving as an engaging way to connect current to former students. 

Student articles are published on Global Innovators Academy's website, the student’s LinkedIn profile and potentially the school’s website.


The timing will vary - typically it will be 1-2 months.

Feedback would come not only from students' teachers, but also from a global audience.

Sample the Course - Watch Module 1

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Ashley Gunter, Business Management Major at Rollins College

“The interview I conducted as part of the Interview and Innovator experience was inspiring, effective and truly enjoyable. I had the pleasure to speak with a successful businesswoman. She not only shared her insights but offered invaluable advice that I plan to use in my own career. I wrote an article about this experience which not only aids in self-promotion and networking but also serves as a resource for others. I now feel more comfortable applying my communications skills when speaking with other professionals. It is incredibly important to make connections - this program did exactly that.”

"Through the program, our students learned the nuances or interpersonal communication and a plethora of much-needed 21st century digital professional skills. All of the students in the program have gained huge traction with their published articles, with many of them securing internships after the course thanks to their increased digital footprint and newly acquired networking skills. Kevin is a fantastic coach and mentor to the students, providing thorough, thoughtful and timely feedback to each student’s work. He altered his curriculum to meet our students’ unique needs. I highly recommend this program!" - Nadia Asmal, Associate Director of Livelihoods & Advocacy for the Global Education Movement at Southern New Hampshire University


Kevin Anselmo is the founder of Experiential Communications, creator of the Global Innovators Academy and the instructor of the Interview an Innovator experience. 

Previously, Kevin was Director of Public Relations for Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and prior to that managed the media relations for IMD in Switzerland. Kevin lived and worked in Switzerland for eight years and in Germany for two years. He has led communications initiatives in various countries around the world.

The Interview an Innovator course is produced by Jason Van Sant, founder of Reach Creative. Jason is a coach, strategist and producer who helps clients create compelling educational videos. For over a decade, he has created many successful promotional videos and courses at Duke University. Learn more about his work.


Special Introductory Rate

  • Student access to all online course materials.

  • Educator’s curriculum guide.

  • Live webinar to kick-off session.

  • Additional webinar at mutually agreeable time to answer student questions

  • Direct editorial feedback on all student articles.

  • Content from student articles that can be placed on your school's website to support your own internal and external marketing.

  • Experience can be incorporated into mentoring programs.

  • Potential alumni engagement tool. 

  • School branding on course materials.

Up to 5 students - $999 per semester


Up to 10 students - $1,749 per semester 

Up to 15 students - $2,249 per semester 


Up to 30 students - $2,999 per semester


More than 30 students – To discuss 

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