|1 Mar 2021|
We’ve had a flurry of new members join Sullivan Connect recently, so if you are one of them, a warm welcome.
You can log back in to edit your profile at any time. In particular, we would love to see a few more photographs of our alumni on the platform so do please consider adding a profile picture. You can also update your education and career details at the same time, this will be particularly helpful for us if you have expressed an interest in mentoring or providing careers information/guidance at some point in the future.
So, now that you’ve registered for Sullivan Connect, let us tell you how you can reconnect with your former classmates and teachers.
Click on the 'Reconnect' tab on the menu and use any of the search filters to find classmates and teachers from your time at school.
You can type in all or part of the name, and you can also search by year group using either of the 'Year From' or 'Year To' boxes.
Once you have found your contact, you can send them an invitation to connect.
Yes! There are a couple of ways to do this.
Using the Search Directory on the 'Reconnect' page you can see if your old friends are registered, or invite them to join if they do not yet have an online profile.
You can invite friends to join the network by clicking on the 'invite friends' link which is found at the top left hand side of the screen when you are logged in to Sullivan Connect (see below). You will also find this option under the search box on the 'Reconnect' tab. This allows you to send an email to your contact from the page.
You can also share the link to the Sullivan Connect sign up page link with your friends through your social media to help grow our community.
If you would like to know more, for example about how to share stories for the website, comment on news articles or share photos please check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.
And if you are having any difficulties, please reach out to our Community Admins, Brian, Chris, Mike or Lyndsey by emailing email@example.com
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