Twenty-first century alumni matriculate into a vastly different economic market than their predecessors. Many will switch jobs or careers more than a dozen times in their lives, and some will even work in roles that didn’t exist even five years ago.
In this market, alumni have to be “lifelong learners” who continuously adapt to the changing economic environment. These graduates often turn to their alma mater, the source of their first career education, for support in making these switches or re-skilling.
Institutions are now challenged with engaging their alumni in educational, career advancing initiatives or risk losing that alum as a contributing member of their community.
Download this whitepaper to learn more about:
- The continuous career support needed by alumni
- The challenge universities face in meeting this need
- Three recommendations to leverage limited resources and provide meaningful education engagement