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Alumni Leadership Volunteerism Tools

This tool contains all of our research, guidance, and insights on improving alumni engagement strategies to develop your future leader and volunteer pipeline.
Advancement Advisory Services
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5 attributes defining Gen Z's relationship with advancement

This blog outlines five attributes that define Gen Z and how these will impact the generation’s relationship with philanthropy.
Advancement Blog
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Pipeline Development in the Donor Investor Era

Many advancement leaders are finding that too often future major gift prospects go overlooked by frontline teams, which undermines long-term revenue goals. Watch this webinar for strategies to elevate the…
Roadmap

Reimagine Constituent Engagement for the 21st Century

Thanks to the enrollment boom of recent years, alumni populations are at an all-time high. Amid this growth, advancement must solve an engagement quandary: with so many constituents to engage,…
Advancement Advisory Services
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Crowdfunding Toolkit

Many student crowdfunding volunteers have no prior experience with fundraising. Use this resource to help train your volunteers, set project goals, and apply lessons learned to future initiatives.
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Rule Two – Meet Them Where They Are

This webconference discusses the second principle of our New Rules of Engagement research initiative: Meet Them Where They Are. We examine how innovative and progressive institutions are creating convenient and…
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Rule Four – Embrace the “Me” Factor

This webconference discusses the fourth principle of our New Rules of Engagement research initiative: Embrace the “Me” Factor. We will explain the importance of creating a two-way value proposition for…
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Rule Five – Cultivate Campus Allies

This webconference discusses the fifth and final principle of our New Rules of Engagement research initiative: Cultivate Campus Allies.It explores the changing relationship between central advancement and the decentralized academic…