Free Virtual Classes for Professionals in Higher Education Administration
As a professional in higher education administration, could you use some inspiration for improving your office's strategy, programs, marketing, or partnerships? Enroll in a virtual master class, featuring guest lecturers from forward-thinking institutions across the country. Master classes are hosted through the Treehouse, a community of higher education administrators, so you'll also have the opportunity to start discussions with some of the most innovative leaders in the field
INTRODUCTION TO ENGAGEMENT STRATEGY
This foundational class introduces the Wisr Engagement Framework to help your team evaluate the maturity of your current engagement strategy and integrate email, social media, and programming into a cohesive engagement strategy. This class is appropriate for any professional working to engage a constituent population in higher education administration.
OUTCOME-DRIVEN ALUMNI RELATIONS AND INTEGRATION WITH ANNUAL GIVING
Veteran higher education professional Dan Gould shares strategies for collecting, maintaining, and analyzing alumni data. Additional emphasis is always placed on seamlessly connecting alumni relations efforts with annual giving initiatives.
EMBEDDING ALUMNI INTO THE SUCCESS OF PROFESSIONAL STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
ENGAGING STUDENTS THROUGH STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS
Student engagement is a strategic priority for many offices on many campuses, and career services is a critical focus of this effort. But sometimes career services initiatives get lost in the noise as students are bombarded with invitations and opportunities from multiple offices and departments on campus. In this webinar, we’ll discuss how career services can improve student engagement by building mutually supportive partnerships with key offices and organizations across campus.
GRADUATE ALUMNI: AN UNTAPPED NETWORK READY TO ENGAGE
The needs of graduate alumni and undergraduates are different. Graduate alumni are typically older, more likely to be at an advanced career stage, and often have dual loyalties to both their undergraduate and graduate institutions. Listen as Heather Hanson and Samantha Diebel at the University of Colorado Boulder Leeds School of Business share tips to better understand this cohort, strengthen community, increase loyalty, and boost engagement.
CONSIDERING CAREER COMMUNITIES
Learn more about an increasingly popular method Career Services departments are using to group careers. In the career communities model, advising, programming, and communications are organized around clusters of related occupational fields.