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St. Joseph College Alumnae Association

In 2008, bytes & words answered a call from the SJCAA to establish the first online presence for this nonprofit association and breathe new life into communications for its 2000+ membership as they prepared to celebrate their Bicentennial Reunion. We clarified branding to convey “200 Years of Women Learners,” explored their archives to develop a site map and engaging content, and designed their first website. With the addition of Constant Contact for ongoing Alumnae e-communications, the site was instrumental in publicizing the momentous 200-year reunion (which we were honored to attend).

In the past 5 years, we’ve worked with a succession of volunteers and management to improve SJCAA communications: Managing the website and email communications, adding/integrating Facebook, and designing the SJCAA’s flagship publication, The Valley Echo, for print and online delivery

In 2012, bytes & words worked with a new Communications Committee and Board to redevelop the website into an expanded, dynamic presence, built on a content management system. The new site — featuring prayer requests, article commenting, online donations and membership payments and photo galleries — has been very well-received. We continue to work with the SJCAA to develop avenues of communication to capture the memories and accomplishments of these women, who range in age from their 50s into the 90s.

Solutions Provided
  • Brand Management
  • Website w/Joomla Content Management System, Online Donations & Membership Payments, Article Comments and Social Share, Audio features
  • Email Marketing
  • Communications Calendar
  • Facebook
  • Print Design/Layout of 40 page Annual Magazine (View issues online…)
  • Hosting, Domain & Email Management
  • Search Engine Optimization

Achievements

  • Established initial online presence for the Association, helping to re-energize support during the Bicentennial Anniversary that has continued to grow.
  • Reduced print/mailing costs through reliance on web, social media and emailed correspondence and online delivery of annual Valley Echo magazine.
  • Opened new streams of communication through Prayer Requests, We Remember and Article Comment features + social media and email communications.
  • Successfully supported client through 5+ years of development and growth, throughout changes in administration, volunteer representatives and Board of Trustees.

SJCAA Website SJCAA on Facebook