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Purdue for Life Foundation

International Network Expectations


  • Two or more annual events in different categories (see Events section for categories)
  • Complete pre-event notification (no less than two weeks before) events
  • Complete post-event (no less than two weeks after) events
  • Develop Network Annual Activity Plan


  • Communicate with alumni at least 4 times a year
  • Communicate with the association at least 2 times year
  • Maintain a social media presence for alumni in your location, using the preferred local platform and include Purdue for Life Foundation staff as administrators on alumni-managed social media groups
  • Ensure your Foundation-maintained website is accurate
  • Maintain an Alumni Network community in the Purdue Alumni Association Portal, which includes posting all events and responding to inquires


  • All leaders are current members
  • Promote membership
  • Member pricing for events


  • Assist with contact information updates on an ongoing basis (at least once annually)
  • Sign and comply with Data/Contact Information Usage Agreement
  • Include Foundation staff as administrators on Network-managed social media groups


  • No less than three involved members sharing responsibilities
  • One primary contact for the association
  • Staggered terms to ease transition
  • Serve at discretion of the association


  • Appropriate representation of Purdue and the Purdue for Life Foundation (Statement of Integrity and Code of Conduct)
  • Comply with branding standards and guidelines
  • Always use your leadership role for Foundation rather than personal benefit
  • Refer to your group as “Purdue Alumni Network of COUNTRY” (or city if multiple networks in country)

Contact Information

For additional questions or concerns, please contact Trevor Foley, Global Alumni Ambassador & Director, International Outreach.