Warnborough Senate Meeting in 2001

There are many opportunities for networking. Here are some ideas:

  1. Make sure you are registered and your contact details are current.
  2. Form a local alumni chapter, or join the one closest to you.
  3. Organise and/or participate in alumni events near you (or far).
  4. Keep in contact with your course mates, peer buddies, and faculty members. Get them to renew their contact with Warnborough and update their details.
  5. Check Warnborough websites regularly for news and information about alumni gatherings.
  6. Ensure that your records are kept up-to-date.
  7. Subscribe to the Warnborough e-zine.
  8. Attend our graduations and functions around the world.
  9. Write in to tell us about happenings in your life, or those of your course mates.
  10. Help us come up with new ways to increase and improve connectivity with other Warnboroughites.
  11. Make donations and endowments or sponsor events and publications to keep the Warnborough dream alive.

As you are all aware, Warnborough is a community-based organisation and has the best interests of all its stakeholders at heart.

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