Difference between revisions of "Clubs and Socs Alumni"

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* Discounted postgraduate courses / further education for Alumni, to encourage more study at DCU?
 
* Discounted postgraduate courses / further education for Alumni, to encourage more study at DCU?
 
* "Alumni talks" series, possible monthly talk from an Alumni on a topic, could be archived
 
* "Alumni talks" series, possible monthly talk from an Alumni on a topic, could be archived
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* Alumni have a lot of experience, useful for training etc.
  
 
====Good Idea====
 
====Good Idea====

Revision as of 12:31, 15 December 2005

This is a page to help combine a few ideas about keeping Alumni involved in clubs and socs activity.

Brainstorming

Just getting started with this, but here are some things that are being discussed:

  • A "clubs and socs day" for alumni, encouraging them to come back and re-join and talk to DCU societies
  • Working with the DCU Alumni Relations officer on projects
  • A linkedin.com/openbc.com style website specific to DCU, to categorise alumni & their DCU contacts
  • An official list of DCU societies/clubs with active Alumni membership (Redbrick a good example)
  • Discounted postgraduate courses / further education for Alumni, to encourage more study at DCU?
  • "Alumni talks" series, possible monthly talk from an Alumni on a topic, could be archived
  • Alumni have a lot of experience, useful for training etc.

Good Idea

Why is some sort of alumni involvement in a club or society a *good idea*?

  • Alumni are coming back to DCU to help out with Clubs & Socs independently, and for free


Bad Idea

Why is some sort of alumni involvement in a club or society a *bad idea*?

  • Most of the power needs to be with the ordinary members, it'd be bad if the oldies were throwing their weight around years after they've left