Rethinking Homecomings, Reunions and Alumni Involvement 2018

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Homecomings and reunions provide the highest visible opportunities to engage alumni from all generations. Join us in Seattle to explore dissect, create and rebuild new program models to fit your institution's needs.You'll leave with the tools to rethink your homecoming and reunion programming. This conference is designed for newcomers to the advancement profession and professionals with mid- and senior-level responsibility.

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Who Should Attend: - Alumni relations professionals responsible for reunion and homecoming planning - Directors of alumni and student engagement - Professional school and academic unit directors responsible for reunion activities - Directors of alumni relations
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Having a physical presence at a conference is your best bet for stewarding your most loyal clients and engaging your prospects. Exhibiting is a low cost option with high-level rewards. To learn more about exhibiting at a CASE conference in the U.S. or Mexico contact Wanda Harris. If you are in the UK or continental Europe, please contact Carolee Summers-Sparks and for all inquiries in Asia-Pacific please contact Beng Hwee Chua.

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