“Where are they now?” - Chapter participation



How to take part and how to win.


1) All chapters should attempt to appoint a alumni liaison officer.  
2) Conduct active research into  key alumni with significant roles and titles using the Chapter Alumni search tool.  
3) Contribute to a minimum of five alumni profiles (e.g industry type, organisation last worked at, LinkedIn url, facebook url, organisation website or personal blog) using the University Chapter Alumni Biography form.

4) Tell the story of an Alumni to submit to the Golden Key 25th Anniversary “Where are they now?” competition.



Step-by-Step Action Plan:


A. You could search by a key term (e.g  Directors, Chief executives or Chairmen) and update the University Chapter Alumni Biography form (e.g industry type, organisation last worked at, LinkedIn url, facebook url, organisation website or personal blog). Normally this is only 8-10 people.

B. Write a story of interesting or influential people within the Alumni based on public information.

C. If you wish to contact an Alumni make sure that they allow communication and then ask your university relations officer to make initial contact.

D.If they permit further contact go onto to find the best story for the Golden Key’s 25th  Anniversary competitions.

Participating Chapters go into the running to win an Alumni History Award at the Asia Pacific Conference in February 2018.


FAQs


Who has access to the member search tool?

Chapter Advisors and the president are the default administrators of the chapter Alumni search tool. They determine who within the chapter committee can access.


Can I contact Golden Key Alumni directly?

If you wish to contact an Alumni make sure that they allow communication and then ask your University Relations Officer (URO) to make initial contact.


How can my participation in this project assist me on my journey?

Participation in this project will increase your exposure to top Golden Key Alumni, expand your network and improve your employability and industry connections.


For further questions please contact memory@goldenkey.org.au.


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