Apply your volunteer management skillset to cultivate faculty relationships.
Engaging faculty in alumni relations’ goals and efforts can often be challenging. Lehigh University is innovating in this space by recognizing that faculty participation in alumni programming aligns closely with volunteer work. Lehigh is cultivating close partnerships with faculty through a volunteer management framework, focusing on recruitment, retention, and recognition. Due to the success of their new approach, they have seen a boost in faculty-advancement collaborations.
Join us for this online training and hear about the ins and outs of this innovative approach. You’ll leave this webcast with ideas, inspiration, and resources to begin writing a plan to strategically involve your faculty in alumni engagement programming.
Our expert speaker will help you engage faculty by walking you through the volunteer life cycle lens in three steps:
- Identify faculty to recruit and make a convincing pitch to partner with alumni relations
- Keep your faculty engaged and ensure they have a good experience working with you on a project.
- Steward faculty partners in meaningful and impactful ways
Who should attend?
Advancement professionals who are looking for ways to strategically partner with faculty on alumni engagement efforts will benefit from this content.