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  • What Is Corporate Loyalty?

    In academics, it is common for universities and universities to start contacting high school students who are beginning to think about university. Letters, emails, phone calls, and social media are all part of the experience for the prospectus to alumnus. It is important to a successful recruitment strategy to consider the key messages to communicate, the intended audience, and how the message is delivered (Whitehead, 2012). In fact, universities are leveraging social media in order to further strengthen the relationships, connect individuals at all phases in the cycle, and finding ways to facilitate authentic communication (Foulger, 2014). After initial prospectus and transitioning into recruitment, the student engages in activities such as campus visits, admissions applications, and financial aid planning with the recruitment advisor prior to starting. During this stage, the employee and organizational relationship is likely with a recruiter or the manager directly. In order to increase…

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  • Alumni Engagement Essay

    The lack of engagement of Black alumni at Cornell University in university-sponsored alumni association events may be caused by the campus environment that Black alumni experienced while attending as students. These university sponsored alumni events are meant to engage all alumni, however several Black alumni have stated that as students, they did not feel part of the campus culture and therefore have had no interest in participating in events that do not represent their particular interests. …

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  • Case Study: Beta Nu Chapter At Ohio State University

    Volunteer and Staff Support Beta Nu Chapter at Ohio State University will receive specialized support and resources to develop a high-functioning chapter that is in alignment with the values of the Fraternity and Ohio State University. A team of staff and volunteer experts has been identified to re-establish Beta Nu Chapter. This team — comprised of members who have expertise in establishing new chapters and working with collegiate women — will work with campus partners to support the chapter.…

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  • Factors Influencing Alumni Engagement

    Although these studies clarify the type of factors that influence alumni financial donations to a university, unfortunately they do not give a clear distinction in terms of physical engagement. It may be possible that similar factors affect engagement. This is an explicit gap in the research. However in reviewing research by Newman and Petrosko (2011), it is noted that graduates are more likely to join alumni associations if they fall into the one of the following categories: (a) were donors,…

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  • Self Reflective Summary

    An occupational therapist reported that self-regulated learning strategies helped a junior high student with a learning disability (Cahill, 2008). The student was trained in three learning strategies: self-observation, self-evaluation, and self-reaction (Cahill, 2008). The student wanted to turn assignments in on time, and improve his grades on the submitted assignments (Cahill, 2008). The student learned to use the self-observation strategy to set goals and monitor his progress. The…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Interview With Hailey

    Over the past couple of days, I’ve had the opportunity to interview alumni of Tell City Jr. Sr High School, Hailey Carman. An alumnus is a graduate of Tell City, and Hailey graduated in the year of 2015-2016. Hailey has been involved with many of the extracurricular activities that our school has to offer. One of those is being involved with cross country and track. Hailey was a dedicated runner throughout high school and recalls that running taught her many life lessons. While interviewing…

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  • Ncu Eagle Essay

    to uphold similar expectations of quality and excellence, in order to soar. As an NCCU eagle, you are a strong leader. One of NCCU’s most notable alumnus is GK Butterfield. He is both US Congressman for the First Congressional District of North Carolina chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus. He is known…

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  • Brief Summary: The Story Of Ray Ewry

    As a Beta Zeta alumnus, you may know the story of the late Ray Ewry, who we’re all proud to share a history with. In 1896, Ray joined the chapter as a graduate student at Purdue, and that was the beginning of a lifelong commitment to the Fraternity. He later became an active long-time member of the New York Alumni Club of Sigma Nu and was a regular attendee at their meetings and events. Ray’s story is unlike any other—and it is one that we’re proud to have associated with Beta Zeta Chapter. As…

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  • Katherine Johnson Essay

    space in 1959. Johnson also verified the mathematics behind John Glenn’s orbit around the Earth in 1962 and calculated the flight trajectory for Apollo 11’s flight to the moon in 1969. She retired from NASA in 1986.Johnson has been the recipient of NASA’s Lunar Spacecraft and Operations Group Achievement Award and NASA’s Apollo Group Achievement Award. She received the NASA Langley Research Center Special Achievement Award in 1971, 1980, 1984, 1985 and 1986. Johnson has co-authored twenty-six…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Relationship With Jesus

    my heavenly father that will outlast anything on this earth. You see, not my military service or my personal relationship with Jesus, will fuel my success at Colorado Christian University, but the characteristics inherited by both will. Determination, loyalty, courage, honor, respect and love are just some of the traits that have been instilled in me by my experiences here on this earth and they have become a part of my teaching, parenting and learning. These characteristics are what make me a…

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