Course: Alumni Volunteer Caucus 2011 Dnatube

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Lec 1 - Building the Virtual Volunteer C ...

Lec 1 - Building the Virtual Volunteer Community. Attendees will learn more about the University's new web tool for building alumni communities and the impact of this online resource on how UChicago volunteers connect and work
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Lec 2 - Bringing It All Together: Buildi ...

Lec 2 - Bringing It All Together: Building Ties to Volunteers Across the University Community. This session will focus on ways volunteer leaders can form connections across volunteer organizations and across schools and divisions. Participants will leave the session with distinct next steps on how to form better partnerships and encourage participation in a variety of volunteer activities.
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Lec 3 - Building Buzz: Social Media and ...

Lec 3 - Building Buzz: Social Media and the Volunteer Connection. Learn more about how the University uses social media channels—such as Facebook, YouTube, and RSS feeds—and how the volunteer community can take advantage of these and other existing online resources. This session was part of Volunteer Caucus 2011. View all the sessions at...
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Lec 4 - Making the Ask: How You Can Help ...

Lec 4 - Making the Ask: How You Can Help Set New Records. This session will provide training to parents, alumni, and students on how to make the case for support of the University. Participants will hone their fundraising skills, become more confident in raising money for a worthy cause, and learn specific tips on how to bring up giving during a conversation, all within a friendly environment.
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Lec 5 - Engagement Initiatives and the R ...

Lec 5 - Engagement Initiatives and the Role of the Volunteer. In the opening session of the 2011 Volunteer Caucus, Laura Donovan Haines, AB'93, President of the University of Chicago Alumni Board of Governors, and Damon Cates, MBA'05, Executive Director of the University of Chicago Alumni Association, talk about the many forms alumni engagement can take, current trends in engagement, and the...
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Lec 6 - Reunion Best Practices: Connecti ...

Lec 6 - Reunion Best Practices: Connecting Old Friends with New Ideas. Past reunion chairs will share tips and tricks for planning a successful reunion. Those new to the reunion experience will also learn information on how to get involved in reconnecting with classmates through a reunion committee.
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Lec 7 - Small Event, Big Impact

Lec 7 - Small Event, Big Impact. Participants will receive examples of programs and events that they can plan in their own community throughout the year. Attendees will also be invited to share their own event ideas and experiences.
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Lec 8 - Maroon Mentoring: Expanding Care ...

Lec 8 - Maroon Mentoring: Expanding Career Horizons. Learn from Career Advising and Planning Services (CAPS) about the variety of ways you can impact College and graduate students through career mentoring.
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Lec 9 - How to Work with and Motivate Di ...

Lec 9 - How to Work with and Motivate Different Personality Types. Attendees will participate in an interactive "thinking style" assessment and, using the results, learn how to motivate and retain volunteers based on individual personalities and motivations.
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Lec 10 - Help Support the Next Generatio ...

Lec 10 - Help Support the Next Generation of Maroons. Download & View MP4-med MP4-low MP3 Details Duration 45:05 Recorded October 22, 2011 Published December 14, 2011 Series 2011 Volunteer Caucus Presented by University of Chicago Alumni Association Produced by Chicago Multimedia Initiatives Group (CMIG) Summary The ambassadorial role of the Alumni Schools Committee volunteer,...
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Lec 11 - Engaging with Your Class Beyond ...

Lec 11 - Engaging with Your Class Beyond Reunion. Class identity is the foundation of a strong alumni community. A panel of class council and class correspondent volunteers will share information about sustaining momentum and the class identity through social, intellectual, professional, and philanthropic means while engaging fellow alumni more deeply in the life of the College.
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Lec 12 - Getting Started: How You Can He ...

Lec 12 - Getting Started: How You Can Help the University and How the University Can Support Your Efforts. This session will highlight various University volunteer opportunities, address the University resources available to volunteers, and provide a chance for feedback on additional resources that may be helpful.
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Lec 13 - Creating SMART Goals for Success

Lec 13 - Creating SMART Goals for Success. Participants will learn the elements of the SMART Goal development process and how you and your volunteer organization can use these technique to achieve a high level of success.
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Lec 14 - Closing Keynote Address - Thoma ...

Lec 14 - Closing Keynote Address - Thomas Rosenbaum. Closing remarks and keynote address by Thomas F. Rosenbaum, Provost of the University of Chicago, and John T. Wilson Distinguished Service Professor in Physics, the James Franck Institute and the College

Alumni Volunteer Caucus 2011


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Attendees will learn more about the University's new web tool for building alumni communities and the impact of this online resource on how UChicago volunteers connect and work.
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COURSE NAME: Alumni Volunteer Caucus 2011

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