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The Alumni Perspective
 

Case Study: Alumni Affinity Groups Done Well - Yale Alumni Non-profit Alliance (YANA)

How does an alumni affinity group get started and, perhaps more importantly, what makes it sustainable beyond the initial excitement?

 

7 Steps to Measurable Community Success

Let's get right to the point. Effective institutional advancement encompassing community building and fundraising is critical for sustained institutional success. For educational institutions, that means a robust alumni relations program. For other entities, it can be cultivating engaged members or participants. The key is to create a structure and a program that drive the institutional advancement effort. To borrow from the corporate world, “what can be measured, can be managed.”

 

We Won’t Fail You: How Alumni Relations and Community Platform Providers Create Value Together

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Ryan Catherwood recently posted an article “Why Alumni Network Platforms Will Likely Fail Us All”, but the article actually points responsibility to both the platforms promoting best practice and the organizations building communities. Ryan, I challenge you to re-title it “Why Everybody Could Win with an Alumni Community”.