As student and alumni learners prioritize career readiness and confidence in their education, access to an effective network has taken center stage. It's time to take the randomness out of access to a community that helps BOTH students and alumni find their next step.
A community focused on Mentored Learning is a differentiator for Higher Education in the learning marketplace. We share reasons why launching an Alumni Mentoring Program is so important and 5 things to think about when getting started.
PeopleGrove and GiveCampus partnership helps higher education build foundations for the future of fundraising
PeopleGrove and @GiveCampus Announce a Partnership to Connect Alumni Value and Engagement to Giving. New partnership brings together two world-class solutions to help schools leverage the best technology for alumni relations and fundraising.
Brandon Busteed Discusses Building “Relationship-Rich” and “Work-Integrated” College Experiences in a Recent Forbes Article
When USC Rossier's advancement office decided to pivot their alumni events to an online format, what started as a daunting challenge quickly became an opportunity for growth.
The University of Texas at San Antonio has made increasing the social capital of their students a campus-wide initiative. Through a partnership with PeopleGrove, they are building the foundations for a new student journey for their community.
Looking Back on a Spring of Change and the Institutions Expanding Support for Their Communities
This is a pivotal moment for alumni relations. As institutions think about their engagement strategies that meet the needs of alumni, it is also a moment for a call-to-action to these graduates.
Whether looking to raise money or better engage with alumni, this powerful, intuitive system gives clean, up-to-date information so that our partners can focus on results.
Many universities seek technology to help them provide value and engagement for alumni, but it’s about finding the right platform for your needs — and knowing what red flags and missteps to avoid.
The Alumni Association looks at three key metrics for measuring the success of Hoya Gateway: the number of meeting requests (annually and cumulatively), the meeting request response rate (how many requests are responded to), and the acceptance rate (how many alumni are confirming a meeting request).
Alumni crave career connections and the ability to capitalize on the power of the alumni network, and institutions must commit to providing them with what they value most.