Holding game watches around your school’s sports team can be a great way to meet alumni in informal, fun settings. It’s usually not too difficult to get a good following at your game watches if your school is nationally known for one its teams. However if you’re a small school or in the same state as your school, you can face some challenges in growing your attendance. Let’s take a look at some ways that you can get a strong showing at your club’s game watches.
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.
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.
Email is a great, targeted way to get your messages into your alumni’s inboxes and, well, then it’s up to them to read it or not. Have you started your email list?
Did you know that your local alumni club may have volunteer openings that can help you build skills to add to your resume?
I want new and current local club leaders to avoid that overwhelming feeling of “what have I just gotten myself into” so they can focus on the fun part of club leadership – connecting alumni.