As any alumnus will tell you, certain times of year are prone to those dreaded calls from the school’s development office to discuss the many ways ‘you can give back to your alma mater’. If your alumni choose to take the call, you or a bright-eyed student you’ve got working part time to chip away […]
Graduway and EverTrue working together will help alumni relations and development offices align toward shared goals.
Chris Marshall makes his 19 Advancement predictions for 2019 – share yours now!
Taking advantage of Career Week 2019 at Columbia University in the City of New York, Chris Marshall, Hassan Akmal, and Mark Carter, sit down to discuss career services, alumni relations and mentoring.
Continuing on from my post last week, I have penned 19 (+1 bonus!) Advancement predictions for this new year. Last week you read 1-9, enjoy the rest.
It’s a new year and we’re all strategically trying to plan our activities according to our respective goals and targets. These are the first 9 of my 19 Advancement predictions – I would love to hear yours!
This blog will be discussing Best Practices surrounding Alumni Engagement Strategy. I received an inspiring email this week from Erica Yaeger.
This blog will be focusing on why schools must be focused on alumni engagement and our top tips for doing so. Once upon a time, there was a former student who approached the Dean of his old school for some advice on engagement. ‘’Nice to see you’’, said the Dean. ‘’If I am not mistaken, […]
This blog will be discussing the Alumni Engagement Matrix and how it can be applied to your institution. If you are being really honest, how would you score your institution’s level of on-line alumni engagement? More importantly, do you understand why you are achieving the alumni engagement levels that you are? Alongside being easy to […]
When it comes to alumni engagement, we often get lost in the detail. To be more precise, we often get lost in the alumni engagement metrics. There is the big question about what to measure that will capture both the ‘Fund-raising’ and ‘Friend-raising’ nature of alumni relations.