Learn how to better engage, track, and motivate your young alumni volunteers.
Join us online to learn how Lehigh University is increasing the effectiveness of their young alumni volunteer program and take away strategies to better engage this critical audience, and cultivate generations of future givers. Our speaker, Shannon Jaeger, will cover these 4 key areas:
These strategies have improved involvement, retention, and giving habits amongst Lehigh’s young alumni. While the core examples will focus on this audience, many of the strategies and methods could also be relevant to other volunteer groups you work with and manage.
Advancement and Alumni Relations professionals who work with and manage young alumni volunteers, alumni chapters, and/or volunteer boards should attend this webcast. This webcast model is specifically geared towards young alumni volunteers, but lessons can be learned for any segment of volunteers.
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to implement strategies that improve tracking and overall experience for your young alumni volunteers.
Shannon directly manages the Young Alumni Council and class affinity programs. Her overall areas of focus include mobilization of volunteer groups and leveraging volunteer structures to achieve engagement and development goals.
Prior to her career in higher education, she spent time in Flint, Michigan. While there, she created a nonprofit service for unemployed automotive industry workers and veterans, cementing her interest in the impact of effective volunteerism on community organization and development.
Shannon has also worked in the public relations field, specializing in crisis communications, constituent/consumer engagement, brand management, and board development for clients in both the public and private sector. She received her bachelor's degree in Organizational Communication with a concentration in Public Communication Management, Society and Advocacy from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio.
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