Nurturing Isn't Just for Higher Ed Enrollment - Try It for Development Too!

If you work in Development or Advancement at your college or university, you understand the power of a personal connection with your constituents. When an active alum graduates, you know his or her history with your institution, donation patterns, and much more. You know if the person comes back to reunions, attends holiday parties or supports fun, local events sponsored by your department. If he or she is someone you work closely with, e.g. on reunions or class giving, you probably know even more – if the alum was an actor, field hockey or football player, member of student government, or leader in the fraternity/sorority world, member of student government, or leader in the fraternity/soro

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