In this video spotlight, Nankya Senungi from College Possible shares her thoughts on using Signal Vine's texting platform. This video was filmed at the Signal Vine user event in Detroit.
Last week we talked to Millie Rodriguez from Youngstown State University. YSU has been using Signal Vine's platform since February to text prospective, new, and current students in the Distance Education program. YSU sought out a texting platform to help address the challenge of reaching students at all stages of the student lifecycle.
Read YSU's Q&A below!
This week, Steps to Success shares the background and results of their texting program. Steps to Success is a college access organization. They text with students who are currently enrolled in college or plan to enroll. Read about their program below!
Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) is a non-profit organization that equips high-achieving underrepresented minorities with a winning professional playbook, one-on-one coaching and door-opening relationships that accelerate their career paths from college to MBA to senior leadership. MLT uses Signal Vine to facilitate engagement with participants, provide program updates and guidance, as well as to track participants throughout college.
We spoke with Micheal McElveen, an Associate and Coach for MLT Ascend, to learn more about their texting program. Read his Q&A below!
This week we talked to Jessica Gersh, Director of College Persistence at KIPP Through College New Jersey.
Over the past six months, KTC NJ has been using Signal Vine to provide their alumni with tools and resources to ensure a successful postsecondary experience. Jessica shared with us successes of their program with Signal Vine - read about her experiences below!
While exploring Signal Vine’s platform, great questions have emerged from our customers. We shared a few of our most frequently asked questions with answers from one of our Customer Succes Representatives, Rachel. Enjoy!
You've read the research, seen the demo, and now you're ready to start texting your students. The only problem? The rest of your team isn't on board yet. Come to your next team meeting prepared to handle these frequently asked questions: