RMIT alumni journey

Beth Price
Mind Map by Beth Price, updated more than 1 year ago
Beth Price
Created by Beth Price over 3 years ago
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The varying stages that alumni students go through.

Resource summary

RMIT alumni journey
1 1. Relief
1.1 Emotional relief
1.2 Stress and failures
1.3 High anxiety
1.4 Personal expectations
1.5 Relief
1.6 Sharing with loved ones
1.7 Open to communication of services
1.7.1 Automatic alumni enrolment
1.7.1.1 Better connection with Alumni team
1.8 Celebrate
1.9 Recognition of success
1.9.1 Display students works

Annotations:

  • Encourage students to talk about works that they have created.
1.10 Advertise collection

Annotations:

  • Could advertise collection for relaxation. E.g. graphic novels, films, television, novels, audio books, literature for fun, health & fitness.
1.11 Support/Host industry nights

Annotations:

  • Hold industry nights for students trying to connect with former graduates and people working in their preferred field.
1.12 Host film nights
2 2. Graduate
2.1 Boost confidence & self esteem
2.2 Informal celebrations
2.3 Potential regret
2.4 Continuing further study
2.5 Facilitate opportunities
2.6 Amplify milestone
2.6.1 Have photo booth for celebration of event
2.7 Inspirational stories
2.7.1 Video diaries of former students journeys

Annotations:

  • Video diaries from former students: what they did?, what they would do different?, things to remember or keep in mind?
2.8 Support as alumni
2.8.1 Automatic alumni enrolment
2.9 Embed career support/contact in library

Annotations:

  • Similar to IT and Student Advisers. End of each semester for Careers support.
2.10 Buy/sell textbook week
2.10.1 Encourage donations
3 3. Gap
3.1 Distance from institution
3.2 Explore interests
3.2.1 Short course/creative events
3.2.1.1 Display graduate artwork
3.2.1.2 Hacker/Gaming nights
3.3 Safe space
3.3.1 Travel
3.3.1.1 More travel books

Annotations:

  • Encourage borrowing through travel
3.3.2 Time with family
3.3.3 Part time work
3.3.4 New skills
3.3.4.1 Promote new passions through collection
3.4 Not alone
3.4.1 Support network connections through social media
4 4. Progress
4.1 New identity
4.2 Starting new job
4.3 Seek additional skills
4.3.1 Assist/Support new course/skills
4.3.1.1 Advertise collections
4.4 Vulnerability in transition
4.4.1 Encourage maintaining connection

Annotations:

  • Could be done through industry nights, mentoring, social media.
4.5 Opportunities to connect
4.5.1 Support network connections
4.6 Belong to RMIT
4.6.1 Encourage mentoring
5 5. Connect
5.1 Actively seeking connections
5.1.1 Involvement in industry nights
5.2 Job inspiration
5.2.1 Career support/contact in library
5.3 Networks
5.3.1 Encourage involvement in industry groups
5.4 Personal interests
5.5 Respond to opportunities
5.5.1 Events
5.5.1.1 Support events
5.5.2 Seminars
5.5.2.1 Hold industry talks
5.6 Needs to connect
5.6.1 Alumni cards with photos

Annotations:

  • More personalised approach if cards have photos of graduates.
5.6.1.1 Access to eresources collections
6 6. Recognise
6.1 Mutually beneficial
6.1.1 Supporter pack

Annotations:

  • Work in collaboration with Alumni team - what is available for graduates after leaving?
6.2 Finding benefit
6.3 Felt valued
6.4 Profiled by Uni
6.4.1 Uni publications displayed in library
6.5 Research
6.5.1 Contact with Research Repository
6.6 Invited to speak
6.6.1 Involvement in industry nights
6.6.2 Promotion of research
6.7 Opportunities to collaborate
7 7. Contribute
7.1 Giving time
7.2 Giving money
7.2.1 Scholarship
7.3 Personal rather than professional
7.4 Donations
7.4.1 Bequests
7.5 Mentoring
7.5.1 Master class
7.5.2 Offer internship in business
7.6 Value contribution
7.6.1 Suggest resources
7.7 Feedback to library/SLC
7.8 Stalk on social media
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