The Necessity of Developing a Community College Alumni Relations Program
Dec. 13, 2011
2 - 3 p.m. Eastern
This seminar is Part 3 of a three-part series.
Three Community College Seminars
Community colleges traditionally have not devoted much time and energy nurturing relationships with their former students. But as community colleges are increasingly looking to alumni for support in their fundraising efforts, the need for a solid alumni relations office is becoming transparent.
Good relationships, communications and sound data form the foundation of a successful alumni relations program. Hear from two schools that are only a few years into building their alumni relations programs and learn how they expanded their databases and email contacts. Get practical ideas and some low-cost and no-cost tips you can implement, regardless of your staff size.
Manager of Alumni Relations
Schoolcraft College Foundation
In 2006, Victoria Rexius came to Schoolcraft College to launch the first comprehensive alumni program in the college's 45 year history. She brought with her 10+ years of diversified experience in institutional advancement, project management and marketing. In addition to serving as manager of alumni relations at Schoolcraft, Rexius is responsible for coordinating the college's annual campaign and plays a pivotal role in creating the marketing and long-term strategic plans for the Schoolcraft College Development Office.
Register for one:
$125 members; $175 nonmembers
Register for all three:
$320 members; $445 nonmembers