Cambridge Network Launches New Podcast Channel to Support US Educators | The Cambridge Insider Podcast

2020-10-27 Mariah Thomson

October 27, 2020, Boston, MA— Cambridge Network, a leader in international education services, is excited to launch its new podcast channel, The Cambridge Insider Podcast, named after its monthly newsletter.

Hosted by Cambridge Network Program Managers Craig Batson and Stephen Van Neikerk, The Cambridge Insider Podcast brings together expert guests in international education to cover a diverse array of topics on the latest news, trends, industry insights, and thought leadership concepts. More importantly, this new channel aims to serve every global community stakeholder – parents, students, agents, faculty, administrators, and beyond – and provide the most relevant and up-to-date information within the secondary international education sector.

The first nine episodes are now available and cover a range of topics from mental health to immigration to distance learning and includes the following special guests:

  • Chris Page, Executive Director of The Council on Standards for International Educational Travel (CSIET)
  • Peter Clarke, Ed.D., President of Morris Catholic High School
  • Perry Akins, Chairman of iTEP International
  • Simrin Purhar, SaaS Implementation & Onboarding Specialist at MediaValet

To listen and subscribe to the podcast, visit or search The Cambridge Insider Podcast on all major podcast publishing platforms.

Tune in every Monday and join your favorite hosts Craig and Stephen, with more surprise guests!

Fans of the podcast can contact [email protected] to provide feedback and ideas for future episodes, or to become a guest on the show.

About Cambridge Network

Since 2009, Cambridge Network has been a leading service provider for international students seeking to study in the United States. As an international education consulting company, Cambridge Network provides admissions, academic, and homestay solutions to over 240 high schools throughout the United States and Canada. We work to raise the international profile of high schools, enhance diversity, and provide valuable support and guidance for all our students.