Developing International Alumni Programs

Recorded On: 06/09/2020


As an increasing number of international students are graduating from US educational institutions, it’s becoming essential for school advancement teams to design strategies and programming to engage alumni in countries around the world. Whether virtual or in person, international alumni programs and activities present unique challenges, as well as opportunities. Specifically targeting your international population will not only lead to stronger alumni networks today, it will also bolster worldwide connections and philanthropic support in the years ahead.

Register now for your entire team to learn how to develop strong international alumni programs for your institution.

This webinar is eligible for 1.25 points of CFRE credit.


  • Perspectives on trends, opportunities, challenges, and models of international programs
  • Guidelines for producing effective communications
  • Tips for engaging international alumni through events, virtual programs, and volunteer efforts
  • Methods for assessing and reporting program progress and results
  • Examples from other institutions, and more!

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Steve Hall

Vice President for Alumni Relations, Boston University

Steve Hall oversees alumni relations, annual giving, advancement communications, athletics fund-raising, and stewardship and donor relations for more than 335,000 BU alumni world-wide. Prior roles include CEO of the University of Houston Alumni Association and Vice President for Major Gifts at the Washington State University Foundation. Steve is a frequent CASE faculty member, has served on multiple CASE Commissions and CASE District Boards, and is a former president of the Council of Alumni Associations Executives. Steve holds a BS in Political Science from the University of Houston.


Developing International Alumni Programs
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