Campus Tour Guide Development Benchmarks

Published - April 2015| Code - PRG086A| Affiliate - Primary Research Group

Report Highlights

The study presents data from a survey of 59 North American colleges about how they select, train, develop and incentivize  their campus tour guides.  The page reports helps its readers to answer questions such as: how many tour guides do colleges maintain? How do they train their tour guides? How much are they paid if they are paid? What other tasks do tour guides take on when they are not giving tours? How do colleges build enthusiasm and camaraderie among  their tour guides? What percentage of college require exams for tour guides and what is on these exams? How do colleges find tour guides in hard-to-fill roles or with special qualifications?

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