If you use Facebook Group for your club’s social media channel then you may know that you don’t have some of the bells and whistles that Facebook’s Pages functionality has like allowing you to create a call to action button. Never fear! You can make your email sign up form available on your page.
Employers are asking a lot of new grads these days and are expecting them to arrive with a basic set of skills that they can immediately use on their job. But, really, where can those new grads get some of those skills? Volunteer work! Alumni clubs have lots of opportunities to apply and build new skills that will look great on a resume.
The previous two posts have been about connecting with your alumni via email. In this last post on the topic, we’ll take a look at some good practices to use in those alumni emails.
Gmail or Yahoo may be an easy way to get your club’s emails started but you may at some point decide that you need a bigger tool. Why? Because perhaps your club is growing or you’d like to have more integrations with other tools that you use for club communications. When that day comes just know that there are some good tools out there that will give you the functionality you need on whatever budget you may have.
Did you know that your local alumni club may have volunteer openings that can help you build skills to add to your resume?