20 Forecasts in Alumni Relations for 2020

Chris Marshall makes his 19 Advancement predictions for 2019 – share yours now!

19 Advancement Predictions for 2019

Chris Marshall makes his 19 Advancement predictions for 2019 – share yours now!

Talking Career Mastermind Groups

Taking advantage of Career Week 2019 at Columbia University in the City of New York, Chris Marshall, Hassan Akmal, and Mark Carter, sit down to discuss career services, alumni relations and mentoring.

19 Advancement Predictions for 2019 – Part 2

Continuing on from my post last week, I have penned 19 (+1 bonus!) Advancement predictions for this new year. Last week you read 1-9, enjoy the rest.

19 Advancement Predictions for 2019

It’s a new year and we’re all strategically trying to plan our activities according to our respective goals and targets. These are the first 9 of my 19 Advancement predictions – I would love to hear yours!

The Anatomy of the Ideal Mentoring Program

This article will be discussing the relationship between Alumni Relations and Careers Services and how their relationship can accelerate or decelerate a mentoring program.   The success of a mentoring program relies largely on the state of the relationship between the Career Services and the Alumni Relations departments and whether they choose to coordinate and collaborate. Once they […]

Career Services for Alumni: Does Your School Pass The Red Socks Test?

This blog will be analyzing the state of career services for alumni by looking at a brilliant commercial from the University of Phoenix.  The University of Phoenix aired this slick commercial some time ago. It’s brilliant in many ways. Concise. Clear. Catchy.

Bursting the Higher Education Bubble with Alumni Career Services

I attended a few weeks ago the ASU GSV Summit in San Diego and heard an interesting keynote from Dan Rosensweig, CEO of Chegg and his presentation focused on the higher education bubble.

Alumni Career Services: Your School’s ‘Social Media Day’?

At the most recent Global Leaders Summit, I had the privilege of hearing four world-class speakers present break-through ideas.  Each idea was driven by technology and social media, and impacted alumni relations, alumni career services, or the advancement world in general.

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