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.
The countdown has started. It is already March, and for many schools, it is just 12 weeks until graduation.
In this blog I will be discussing online alumni networks and illuminating some of Graduway’s independent research. Have you ever wondered which type of alumni are the best at online alumni networking? Are men more active at alumni networking than women, or the other way around? And which groups are most active in online alumni […]
This blog will be outlining the secret to building an Alumni social network. Do you have a group of old, trusted, close friends that meets up every now and again?
Ask an average person in the street, which are the most powerful alumni networks in the world and I suggest they will reply with one of the three following answers: McKinsey, LinkedIn or Harvard Business School.
This blog will be discussing the importance of Alumni Networks and how schools making a bad impression can undermine this importance. Most people when asked would agree that first impressions are critical in life.
Let’s face it, most Alumni Relations Directors are a little afraid of their alumni and they certainly don’t want unhappy alumni. To some extent this is completely understandable. Unhappy alumni can be extremely vocal.
This blog will be discussing the changes in international alumni relations and the opportunity that the growing number of Chinese alumni represents. The number of international students continues to grow each year. Yet for most schools, their approach to alumni relations has remained the same. It feels like education institutions do not give sufficient attention […]