We all want to see our alumni succeed. To find their way in the world. We invest incredible resources in recruiting our students, supporting their journeys from day one. We breathe a collective sigh of relief when they graduate, and we are immensely proud of this momentous achievement.
This is an opportunity to offer them an education on their alumni status. To teach them what it means to be a member of the alumni community and how this impacts their life, for life.
Building this momentum through The Alumni Way Academy can offer your students and alumni inspiring programs including:
A scalable, energizing program for students and alumni. Impact Alumni builds career readiness and alumni engagement with social impact.
Dr Maria Gallo is available to motivate and inspire students and alumni to take their alumni network and build the career and life they want. Maria is available for student orientation events, career preparation sessions and capstone courses for both in-person or online events.
Drawing on the The Alumni Way Book, the masterclasses support students, graduates and alumni to navigate and offer insights into building a supportive alumni network. 16 online lessons including videos and ample resources, students, graduates and alumni receive support to navigate through The Alumni Way Workbook activities. One subscription provides your students, recent graduates and alumni free access to these online resources. The masterclasses are included as part of the Impact Alumni partners package.
Since 2017, KITE- Keep in Touch Education Limited, the parent company of The Alumni Way, has completed research consultancy projects for universities, governments and agencies around the world. From alumni engagement strategies to internal position papers on the importance of alumni investment, KITE has offered inspired research consultancy, led by Founder Dr Maria Gallo, including in both alumni and also diaspora engagement. To date, KITE has worked with dozens of clients from over 12 countries across North America, Europe, Asia and Africa.