Now Every School Can Unlock The Power Of Their Alumni
Your Alumni: A POWERFUL NEW TOOL FOR EVERy HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATOR'S TOOL KIT:
OUR ALUMNI SOFTWARE MAKES IT EASY TO BUILD AN ACTIVE ALUMNI NETWORK.
1) Connect with alumni, 2) Match your needs, 3) Provide students with:
Recent grads as college knowledge role models, motivators, and guides
Local alumni as guest speakers, volunteers, tutors, and mentors
Early career alumni to show today's job and career building strategies
Established alumni as funders for programs and college scholarships
Mid career alumni to create internships and business partnerships
Connected online and reunion groups looking to give back
Alumni Software designed specifically for busy high school educators
EASILY BUILD YOUR ALUMNI NETWORK, MATCHED TO YOUR GOALS.
Easy to invite the alumni you want, when you want them.
Quick to launch. No data inputting. No forms. No Extra work.
Secure and ethical. No personal info. No data sharing or selling. Ever.
Flexible to meet the diverse needs of schools, programs and educators.
Focused on helping students realize their potential.
Free for public schools.
Here's how it works
a new generation of alumni programs
Engage your recent grads and young alumni to share their college, job and career knowledge with students. Older alumni can provide needed resources.
Update reunions with re-engaged alumni. You taught them service learning skills. Now they can help you, your programs, and your students.
Alumni programs are not just for wealthy schools. Every public school can build alumni programs that inspire, guide, and support today's students.
Over 25% of your alumni are willing to come back to help - if asked.
Sign up for our 2015-16 pilot and enjoy our Alumni software for life.
Bring your alumni network to life with our software- for free!
The support you need to launch your alumni network.
Free training to match your program needs and alumni goals.
Are you an alumnus?
Don't just take our word for it. Research shows:
33% of near-peer alumni – age 18 to 24 – would likely come back and talk about college – if asked.
39% of early career alumni – age 25 to 34 – would likely come back to talk about their career path – if asked
22% of established alumni – age 45 to 54 – would likely provide a work experience for a student – if asked.
23% of all alumni would likely donate money to their former high schools – if asked.
49% of alumni shared that receiving college and career guidance from alumni would have helped them.
62% of alumni from minority backgrounds felt alumni college and career guidance would have helped them.