Young Alumni and Student Engagement
Join us to discuss best practices for creating meaningful engagement with your young alumni and current students through generational programming and technology. Explore new trends in young alumni giving and the latest approaches to building long-lasting student relationships.
This conference is designed for newcomers to the advancement profession and professionals with mid-level responsibility.
Benefits of Attending
- Discuss creative and dynamic methods for engaging young alumni and students.
- Explore characteristics of the current generation of students and young alumni.
- Learn to identify and cultivate potential young volunteer leaders.
- Share best practices in developing young alumni and student programs.
- Discover how to build an effective student alumni society.
- Online discussion and engagement with peers
- Opportunity to address key issues impacting our changing landscapes
Who Should Attend
- Alumni relations professionals
- Student alumni organization advisers
- Coordinators of student programs, young alumni programs and career programs
- Annual fund and development professionals
Meet Your Chair
Skylar Beaver is the director of the Lawrenceville Fund at The Lawrenceville School. Previously, she served as the director of the annual fund at The Spence School, director of annual giving at Washington and Lee University and as the director of the annual fund at Hobart and William Smith Colleges.
She has more than a decade of annual giving experience, serves as a consultant with The Annual Giving Network (AGN), is a frequent presenter with CASE and is a past chair of STAFF (Sharing the Annual Fund Fundamentals). Beaver holds a bachelor's degree in sociology from Hobart and William Smith Colleges and a master's degree in nonprofit management from SUNY Brockport.