With deep expertise in the field of education and a strong connection with the private sector – NOYO has undertaken the Inspiring Engagement Consortium with Santander Universities and 2 leading Portuguese universities – to help its key partners better connect with today’s students and young alumni.
NOYO was contracted by the Director General to help carry out an objective strategic review of its alumni engagement programme, including providing substantive recommendations across admissions, program management, student affairs and career services as part of a comprehensive strategic engagement plan that was produced by NOYO. We were further contracted to provide direct strategic support aimed at directly supporting the Director General with institutional planning, resource allocation, and delivery of infrastructural projects, human resourcing, and supporting strategic matters associated with an institutional merger.
NOYO was contracted by the office of the Vice Rector for International Relations for the purpose of designing and delivering a workshop to support an essential element of the University´s international strategic plan. NOYO helped to build awareness and understanding of the relevance and need to engage its growing international student population. Specifically, this presentation was targeted at senior management representing different service and academic areas of the university.
NOYO was contracted to design and deliver a presentation at Call to Action´s annual conference related to alumni engagement and the potential benefits that it can produce in supporting an institution´s mission.
NOYO was contracted by the Managing Director to equip IRB with the advice, strategy and tools to deliver a focused alumni engagement programme that serves graduates’ needs and the Institute’s objectives; including providing expertise and practical support to establish an effective fundraising function to support institutional objectives and support IRB´s strategic planning.
NOYO is collaborating with the CLADEA executive committee as a strategic partner to offer support in the areas of international engagement of alumni and external stakeholders to support the internationalisation and advancement of Business Schools across Latin America.
Apart from serving as a volunteer alumni coordinator for Spain, John Arboleda, via NOYO developed, with the alumni association, the concept for the Living Globally Series, which provides the opportunity to serve and support UCLA´s internationalization efforts by helping students and alumni to develop their global competencies and awareness. The series launched in 2014 and will be ongoing throughout 2015.
NOYO, via the participation of Nik Miller and John Arboleda, have been invited to author each a chapter in EAIE´s forthcoming book on international alumni relations and institutional constituent engagement. Nik and John will both be writing on topics related to international student engagement, student employability, stakeholder engagement and trends in alumni relations.
NOYO was contract by the CEO and Scientific Director to help CRG with the advice, strategy and tools to set up and establish the alumni relations function at CRG, including outlining initial outcomes, determining resource allocation, recommending communications platforms and engaging the relevant stakeholders. In partnership with CRG, NOYO designed and delivered a focused internal and external engagement strategy that will make significant contributions to the CRG’s Centre’s overall objectives and support its strategic planning.