Marshall movie shown to educational counselors in Thailand

INTO Marshall representatives in Thailand showed the “We Are Marshall” movie to educational counselors last month.

Participants were were ferried to the event on a tuk-tuk adorned with Marshall pennants and flags, said Tom Keenan, INTO’s recruitment director for east Asia.

“We  ran a short presentation, put on a light dinner and then got down to the business of watching the movie,” Keenan reported. “They loved the movie and maybe even a few of them cried.”

He added that after the movie,  they gave a quiz on the movie and Marshall. The following day, participants received a thank you by e-mail with a short PowerPoint presentation attached.

“Hopefully, we have created a great impression regarding Marshall and INTO that will translate into students,” Keenan concluded.











Photos: (Above) Group picture of those in attendance at the showing of the “We Are Marshall” movie in Thailand. (Below left): A tuk-tuk is a small motorized version of a rickshaw. This one was used to transport particpants to the event. (Below right) Counselors watch “We Are Marshall.”