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Private schools work in multiple ways to foster alumni support (access required)

Former students help to maintain facilities’ financial well-being

Private schools around the Rochester area depend upon their alumni to help with social functions and administrative tasks, donate funds and represent them in the community. “They are our ambassadors,” asserts Karen Ralph, director of alumnae relations for Our Lady of Mercy School for Young Women. To make better use of those assets, some schools are ramping ...

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