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Alumni Relations Committee 2012/2013

Posted by Danielle Paige on July 9, 2012 at 12:05 AM

Welcome back Alumni Relations Committee!

This is your committee chair, Danielle Paige, current Co-Vice President of the Kappa Delta Pi – Kappa Eta Chapter at St. John’s University. I hope you all had a nice, relaxing summer break and are ready to get to work! You made an excellent decision in joining the Kappa family, and our job as a committee is to make sure that our alumni stays connected with us.


As you may know, one of the requirements of membership is to join a committee (which you have already done) and to blog online within your committee. Being part of the alumni relations committee means developing ideas for ways to keep our alumni members involved in Kappa Delta Pi. One event that we had last year was "Alumni Success Stories." Our alumni came back to visit and shared their experiences they have had in the "real world." Personally, I learned a lot from this event. 


Please comment on this blog entry below providing some ideas you may have on how to bring back our alumni and keep our relationship strong with them. How can our new and current members learn from them? What can our alumni learn from us? All comments must be at least one detailed paragraph.


Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns at [email protected].

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Reply Jennifer Herber
2:58 PM on April 5, 2013 
I think it would be terrific to have alumni post volunteer (ASL) or student teaching opportunities at their school. It will be a good way for alumni to secure additional resources for their school with a screen for high academic standards. It will also improve their continous connection to St. John's and this organization.

At the same time, it will allow members a chance to find ASL or other opportunities through someone they have a connection with. This would be particularly helpful to preservice teachers like me who have limited contacts in the teaching world.

This could be done through a posting site on this website such that alumni can post opportunities and members can reply directly.

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