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Old 01-25-2018, 08:18 PM
kitekat kitekat is offline
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Question Multigenerational Engagement

For anyone that is actively involved with an alumnae group- How does your group appeal to all ages?

Right now, the local group Im involved with is only comprised of young alumnae and recent graduates. I would really love to get more older alumnae involved, but none have shown interest. Occasionally very few will attend a homecoming or Founders Day event, but were hoping for more regular engagement.
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