Meeting the Demand for Alumni Career Services

Elevating Practice for Continued Alumni Support and Engagement

Topics: Alumni Career Services, Advancement

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About the Webconference

As a result of the economic downturn, many unemployed or underemployed alumni are returning to their alma mater for career development and guidance. However, career centers and alumni offices face increasingly lean budgets—so offices across the institution are experimenting with a range of programs to meet the renewed interest in alumni career services.

To steer advancement, alumni, and career directors through this transitory period, we'll present breakthrough practices in scaling multi-modal programming to deliver alumni career service to increase engagement.

Topics covered in this presentation:

  • Organizing alumni career services
  • Delivering multi-modal career service programming
  • Customizing alumni career engagement
  • Expanding peer-to-peer networking opportunities

Presenter: Liz Rothenberg