Alumeet

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Reconnect with the teammates you miss the most.

Access private job opportunities, entrepreneurial resources, and world-class mentoring.

Join our community of helpful, resourceful, and respectful professional alumni.

/aluˈmɛt/ (nom féminin, French spelling "allumette"): a tool for starting a fire.

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Alumeet

Notre expérience nous rassemble.

Retrouvons-nous pour renouer le contact, partager, et découvrir ensemble.

Nous partageons des opportunités professionnelles, des ressources entrepreneuriales, and du mentoring.

Rejoins notre communauté d'alumni fondée sur des valeurs d'entraide, de débrouillardise, et de respect.

/aluˈmɛt/ (nom féminin): le début d'un nouveau foyer chaleureux et réjouissant.

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AlumBee

by Alumeet

Alumbee is the helpful, resourceful, and tireless worker who connects our communities with each other.

We are currently in an open alpha on Slack, with more platforms under development.

We're open to your thoughts and feedback!

Support

If AlumBee doesn't behave, please reach out to contact@alumeet.com or +33640606695. We're here to help.

You can also... turn AlumBee off and on again!

Alumeet terms and privacy policy

Alumeet Code of Conduct

Alumeet communities thrive when you show up IRL to do what you love — together.
We believe the global Alumeet community deserves to feel welcomed, respected, and excited to connect with each other, whether we do that in person or on social media.

Here are the core values of the Alumeet community:
We're helpful : we support each other in tough times, we listen when someone has the courage to ask for help, and we listen harder when they don'tWe're resourceful : we find creative ways to make things happen, we have a bias for action over planning, and we learn from our experimentsWe're respectful : we welcome people from all genders, races, religions, and sexual orientations, we treat them like peers, and we value their time
If your posts on social media conflict with any of these tenets:
Your post may be removed. You will be privately notified, warned, and encouraged to adjust your actions going forward in order to stay a member of the community.
If you violate any of these tenets again, we have the right to ban you from our community on all social media channels.


Alumeet Social Media Channels
If you’re not yet a member of our online community, join the conversation:
Alumeet (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin: For everyone who wants to get inspired to show up to Alumeet events.
Alumeet Support (Twitter): For members and organizers who have questions about their account, bug reports, or suggestions on how Alumeet can improve.

Organizer and Leadership Standards:
Best Organizer Practices
Respect the Original Intent: Don't Tamper with Alumeet events
Converting a Alumeet group, changing Alumeet events, or adding Alumeet events, so they no longer align with the expectations and purpose set by the organizer and leadership team, is prohibited on the grounds that it is misleading.
The intentions of the Alumeet group should remain generally consistent with member expectations. While Alumeet events often evolve and change over time, changes should be agreed upon by group membership and well-communicated, so people can make informed decisions about their continued participation.
Converting
It is prohibited to step up as organizer to an Alumeet event in order to change the focus of the Alumeet community, to close the Alumeet community, to send or post promotional content, or to send or post content not aligned with the original description of the Alumeet community. If it is your intention to change the meaning or purpose of an Alumeet community, we advise that you start a new Alumeet community instead. If an Alumeet community gets a new organizer, the mission of that Alumeet Community should stay the same. Events in an Alumeet community should reflect intentions expressed in the Alumeet community description.
Tampering
It is prohibited to alter the content or settings of an Alumeet community without permission from the main organizer, or in a way that is not aligned with the purpose of that Alumeet community. Any use of Alumeet tools or features to disrupt the Alumeet community or destroy content for the purpose of undermining or undercutting the established community is a violation of our policies.

Message Respectfully: Don't Spam Members
Content sent to a member that is irrelevant, impersonal, unsolicited, promotional, or repetitive is spam, and organizers may be blocked for spamming members.
The following are examples of inappropriate spam messages sent by organizers:
Sending repetitive or unsolicited messages to members who are not in an organizer's Alumeet community.
Sending messages to an organizer's own Alumeet community that do not relate to that Alumeet community.
Sending promotional messages, including promoting an organizer’s Alumeet community to members who are not in that Alumeet community.
Abusing Alumeet features or social networks by repeatedly inviting members or non-members for whom an Alumeet community may not be relevant.
Creating Alumeet communities, events, or accounts for the purpose of cross-promoting Alumeet communities.

Use Respectful Language
Using profanity in an attacking, sexual way, or in a way intended to offend people, is prohibited in Alumeet titles, descriptions, or any other area that is publicly promoted or viewable on the platform.

Be Clear & Professional: Editorial Requirements
In order to provide a quality experience to our members, titles of Alumeet communities and events are to be relevant, useful, and easy to understand. Excessive or improper use of punctuation, symbols, capitalization, spacing, URLs, or repetition, intended to grab attention for an Alumeet community, will need to be edited.
We consider the following examples to be excessive or gimmicky use of numbers, symbols, punctuation, repetition, or spacing: !!Dance!!!, dance, DANCE, DaNcE, d a n c e, or d@nce.

Intellectual Property
We respect the intellectual property rights of others. Posting content that violates another party's intellectual property rights is prohibited.
When provided with the requisite information, Alumeet will remove or disable access to material that infringes on the intellectual property rights of others or remove accounts of those who may be repeat infringers. Please note that simply holding an Alumeet event around a similar topic in a shared location, is generally not considered a violation of our policies.
Please report any infringement at www.alumeet.com/report
Organizer Access to an Alumeet community
It is the responsibility of an organizer for an Alumeet community to be actively organizing in order to be hosted on Alumeet. Failure to run the group appropriately and maintain activity can result in allowing another member to step up and assume the role of main organizer of the group.
Generally, Alumeet will not reinstate the former organizer of an Alumeet community if the organizer loses their position and another member takes over as the main organizer. However, Alumeet may reinstate previous organizers if their Alumeet communities were affiliated with a registered third-party organization, entity, or company.

Alumeet Member Restrictions
Alumeet takes member account privacy very seriously and has strict rules regarding who can access or create an Alumeet account. Please know we reserve the right to suspend or remove any account, or limit access to certain features of the platform, for any reason, at our sole discretion.
Deceased Member Policy
If a member or organizer passes away, Alumeet cannot provide access to their account, even to family members or people acting on the behalf of the estate. Alumeet will work with families and honor their wishes if they choose to close accounts or Alumeet communities, or transfer them to another member.
Under 18 Participation
Alumeet members and organizers must be at least 18 years of age. Therefore, Alumeet communities must be targeted at, and only offer opportunities for those who are over 18.
While Alumeet communities are welcome to provide activities for families, any children present at an Alumeet event must be supervised and accompanied by an adult guardian.

Criminal Record
Alumeet may remove certain members when we become aware that the member is a convicted sex offender or has been convicted of a violent, fraudulent, or dangerous crime. Alumeet may also remove a member based on their criminal record, for safety, or for other concerns. Members with concerns about criminal or illegal activity should always report it to local authorities.

Alumeet community Policies: Standards for Alumeet communities
All Alumeet communities must fulfill three basic requirements:
Be Community Focused
Alumeet communities are expected to create opportunities for members to participate in Alumeet events and connect with each other. Belonging to an Alumeet community means sharing a purpose, goal, interest, identity, or activity.
Meet in Real Life
Alumeet events occur when people meet face-to-face, in real life. Alumeet events must be hosted in person, by an event host or member of the group's leadership team, who supports members and interacts with the community Alumeet is building.
Be Local
Alumeet is intended for building local community. Alumeet should not be used primarily for scheduling online meetings, conference calls, or webinars across geographies. Instead, Alumeet's features should be used to build the group's capacity and create opportunities for meaningful connections within a local community.
Group Conduct Policies
Be Safe
All organizers and members must take ownership over their safety, and must never put themselves or others in danger. We expect all organizers and members to be mindful of local laws when engaging with their Alumeet communities.
When appropriate, Alumeet encourages organizers to set guidelines for their Alumeet communities to ensure their members are participating safely.
Honesty and Transparency: Accurately Describe Alumeet communities
All Alumeet communities and events should be accurately described in the title and description fields to allow members to make informed decisions about their participation.
Organizers must be honest in the way they conduct their Alumeet activities and upfront about the nature of their group's activities, interests, membership requirements, intentions, business affiliations, and/or official organization affiliations.
Set Reasonable Expectations
Businesses and services must ensure they disclose reasonable expectations and aspirations. Alumeet cannot verify promises or assurances of health cures, mental cures, or financial gains, so these are prohibited on Alumeet.
Restricted Alumeet communities
Businesses, Services, Venues, Products, and Promotion
Alumeet supports businesses and organizations that want to build local communities on Alumeet. Businesses and brands do not have to be focused on community building in order to use Alumeet, but if they start an Alumeet community, that Alumeet community should be. Alumeet does not support groups created for the sole purpose of soliciting or promoting a business, service, brand, product, or venue.
Alumeet communities are required to disclose any affiliations with companies, businesses, brands or organizations. Below is a list of specific prohibitions, restrictions, and requirements for these Alumeet communities.
Promoters, Ticket Sales, Deals, and Packages
Alumeet communities that are primarily intended to promote or sell, rather than build member-to-member connections, are not allowed. For example, Alumeet communities positioned primarily to promote parties, sell tickets, advertise deals or travel packages, or publicize events that are misaligned with the Alumeet community, are prohibited.
We require promotions to be used only to facilitate group connections and require that groups have a shared identity or interest. For example, a crafts Alumeet community that posts a craft fair to attend as a group is allowed, but a crafts group that exclusively posts sales at local crafts stores is not.
Personal or Private Services
Any offerings should be centered on activities that build community connections, rather than on one-on-one activities between a service provider and a client or member. Leveraging an Alumeet community primarily to redirect members to become private clients is prohibited.
For example, health coaches, fitness trainers, life coaches, and private tutors are not permitted to leverage Alumeet in order to actively promote their one-on-one services.
Classes and Workshops
Classes and workshops are allowed provided they list expected costs and requirements upfront, are clear about any business, organization, or school affiliations, set proper expectations for members, and are positioned to build lasting member-to-member connections via in-person group participation.
Products
Products directly associated with an Alumeet community must be relevant or directly part of the activities or interests of a community-driven Alumeet. Groups with the sole purpose of facilitating the direct sale or promotion of specific products or goods are prohibited.
Venues
Alumeet communities associated with a venue must have a clear community-building purpose or interest. Meeting at the same venue over-and-over does not constitute a violation, however, positioning an Alumeet community to promote a venue or its offerings is prohibited.
Credentialed Services
Alumeet does not support activities or practices that involve regulated services that need to be provided by legally licensed professionals in fields such as medicine, psychology, mental health, law, finance, etc.
Alumeet does not validate professional credentials or licenses. Any offerings should be centered on activities for the group as a whole, rather than on one-on-one activities. Leveraging an Alumeet community primarily to redirect members to become private clients for credentialed services is prohibited.
One-time Event Alumeet Groups
A one-time event should typically be listed as an Alumeet event within an Alumeet community. However, a one-time event with the potential to become an Alumeet community that has shared interests and the potential for future opportunities to build member-to-member connections is allowed. It should be clearly named a kickoff event.
Sexual and Adult Interests and Identities
Alumeet respects anyone's choice and diverse identities or lifestyles. However, any activities that participate in, or promote prostitution, or allow for any type of exploitation, are prohibited. Furthermore, Alumeet communities are professional in nature and Alumeet does not accept sexual, or dating, solicitations of any kind from its members, or any behavior that would make any of an Alumeet community’s members feel uncomfortable or unwelcome. Any unacceptable behavior can be reported anonymously at www.alumeet.com/report and will be investigated, when relevant with support from local authorities.
In an Alumeet community title or description, organizers must clearly describe rules of participation and informed consent, be clear and explicit about activities that will occur, and outline safety considerations. They must also always have their group visibility settings set to Private.
Sexual Content and Nudity
Pornography is not allowed on Alumeet. Publicly shared photos must be appropriate for general audiences. Nude or sexual photos are not allowed in public spaces.
Under 18 Participation
Alumeet members and organizers must be at least 18 years of age. Therefore, Alumeet communities should be targeted at, and only offer opportunities for, those who are over 18.
While some Alumeet events welcome families, any children present at an Alumeet event must be supervised and accompanied by an adult guardian.
Hate and Harm
Alumeet communities purposed to organize or promote hateful, harmful, threatening, or bullying behavior, will be removed from the platform.
Organizers are expected to moderate their groups and content to prevent such behaviors from occurring and such content from appearing.

Usage and Content Policies: Rules for Using Alumeet

Be Real
Alumeet profiles are intended to represent real people in a local area. Alumeet member profiles must be honest and authentic.

Be Honest: Intentions, Affiliations, Transparency
All members should be open about who they are, their intentions, and their affiliations. All Alumeet community and event descriptions should be accurate, to allow members to make informed decisions about their participation.

Be Yourself: Fake Accounts & Impersonation
Creating fake accounts, malicious accounts, or accounts meant to impersonate another person, is prohibited on Alumeet.

Be Respectful
Respecting people's time, attention, personal choices, and personal boundaries is essential to creating safe and trusting communities. Be respectful in interactions with people and in content posted on the platform. Alumeet monitors and restricts behaviors that are dishonest, undermine the integrity of the platform, violate personal boundaries, or serve to intentionally upset people.

Message Respectfully: Don't Spam
Content sent to a member that is irrelevant, impersonal, unsolicited, promotional, or repetitive is spam.
Set Appropriate Expectations and Honor Them: Don't Tamper with Alumeet events
Converting or changing events in an Alumeet event or an Alumeet community so that they no longer align with the expectations and purpose set by the organizer and leadership team is misleading and not allowed.
The intentions of the Alumeet community should remain consistent with member expectations as set in the Alumeet community description.

Converting
Stepping up as organizer to an Alumeet event or community in order to change the focus of the Alumeet community, to close the Alumeet community, to send or post promotional content, or to send or post content not aligned with the original description of the Alumeet community, is prohibited. If it is your intention to change the meaning or purpose of an Alumeet event or community, we advise that you start a new Alumeet Community instead. If an Alumeet community gets a new organizer, the mission of that Alumeet community should stay the same. Events in an Alumeet community should reflect intentions expressed in the Alumeet community description.

Tampering
Altering the content or settings of an Alumeet community without permission from the main organizer, or in a way that is not aligned with the purpose of that Alumeet community, is prohibited. Any use of Alumeet tools or features to disrupt the Alumeet community or destroy content for the purpose of undermining or undercutting the established community is a violation of our policies.

Honor Requests for Distance: About Block and Ban Decisions
If you are blocked, you’re blocked. Members must accept and respect any organizer’s decision to ban a member from a group, or a member's decision to block a member from contacting them. Creating new accounts to circumvent block or ban decisions is prohibited.

Sexual Content and Nudity
Pornography is not allowed on Alumeet. Publicly shared photos must be appropriate for general audiences. Nude or sexual photos are not allowed in public spaces.
Sex Solicitation and Prostitution
Alumeet prohibits groups that, or individuals who, use Alumeet to proposition for sex, or to promote or engage in prostitution.

Shocking, Disturbing, and Violent Content
Gratuitously graphic, disgusting, obscene, or violent content is prohibited. We don't allow content posted to upset, shock, or disturb an Alumeet community or its members.

Child Exploitation
Alumeet has a zero tolerance policy regarding child pornography or anything Alumeet believes exploits, sexualizes, or fetishizes minors. Such content will be removed from the platform and the uploader will be banned. Alumeet reports all child pornography we find to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC).

Ask for Permission: Consent
Alumeet defines consent as welcomed communications and actions to engage with a member. Engaging with anyone in a non-consensual way is strictly prohibited. If ever in doubt, ask permission.
Respect Privacy: Don't Post Other People's Private Information
Posting other people's private information without their explicit consent is prohibited. …
Members and organizers should always be mindful of privacy and use discretion when sharing any private content that belongs to themselves or to other members. For example, phone numbers, social security numbers, addresses, financial information, passwords, and government identification are considered private information.

Be Kind
Bullying, harassment, exploitation, and acts of hate undermine community building in safe spaces where people can trust one another. Building real relationships requires us to be more compassionate and kinder towards one another. Alumeet enforces against behaviors that are threatening, intentionally malicious, or personally harmful--physically, emotionally, or mentally.

Be Compassionate: Don't Harass, Bully or Shame
Harassment and bullying are not allowed on Alumeet. Alumeet will honor requests to remove content that publicly shames or degrades a private individual.
Members should first contact the uploader or the organizer to request that content be removed.
Harassment is persistent or non-consensual contact from another member. Bullying is the intentional posting of mean content for the purpose of hurting or embarrassing another.
Alumeet will honor requests to remove nude, lewd or shaming photos if the subject of that content reports it. Content targeting a public figure, organization, or anyone who has gained news attention, is not subject to these policies.

Act with Integrity: Do Not Manipulate or Exploit
Any attempt to use someone's insecurities or vulnerabilities for personal gain is considered manipulation or exploitation and is prohibited.

Hate and Supremacy
Hate speech, supremacy, or behavior that incites hate or violence against individuals or groups of people based on who they are or their beliefs, is prohibited.

Be Safe
All organizers and members should take ownership over their personal safety and should never put themselves or others in danger. We expect all organizers and members to be mindful of local laws when engaging with their Alumeet events. Where appropriate, organizers should also set guidelines for their Alumeet communities to ensure their members are participating safely.
No Threats, Violence, or Personal Endangerment
Using Alumeet to promote, facilitate, or organize violent, criminal, or non-consensual actions that endanger anyone, physically, mentally or emotionally, is prohibited.
Credible threats of violence or aggression will be removed and are grounds for removal.
Self-Injury
Alumeet does not allow any content that encourages or glorifies self-injury or encourages others to harm themselves.

Copyright and IP
Intellectual Property
We respect the intellectual property rights of others. Posting content that violates another party's intellectual property rights is prohibited.
When provided with the requisite information, Alumeet will remove or disable access to material that infringes on the intellectual property rights of others or remove accounts of those who may be repeat infringers. Please note that simply holding an Alumeet event around a similar topic in a shared location is generally not considered a violation of our policies.

Privacy and cookie policy

We value your privacy and are designing Alumeet to be a privacy-first experience. We will never sell your email, phone, or personal details to anyone, or trade them.

When someone joins Alumeet, we ask them for their email address, their name, their phone number, and also for specific information that helps us assemble the right Alumni communities around them, such as their current city and the teams they've worked with and enjoyed. We are collecting that data because it helps us make sure that we assemble communities of people who will find value in getting together.

We use several technical and analytical tools, such as cookies, Google Analytics, and CRM software, to collect and process that information and stay in touch with people who signed up. More detail on our practices and policie is included below.

You are free to request that we delete all information you shared with us, to request that we delete some of that information, or to rectify that information, by emailing privacy@alumeet.com from the email address you used to join us.

As a general policy, we do not automatically collect your personally identifiable information when you visit the Website. When you join us you will be asked to provide some information about yourself. Whether or not you provide this type of information is your choice; however, in many instances this information is required to realize a benefit we may offer or gain access to events.

Personal information provided by you to us may be used by us and contractors in connection with providing the alumni community services. The personally identifiable information you submit to us is generally used to carry out your requests, respond to your inquiries, better serve you, or in other ways naturally associated with the circumstances in which you provided the information. We may also use this information to later contact you for a variety of reasons, such as customer service, providing you promotional information for our products, or to communicate with you about content or other information you have posted or shared with us. In certain instances we may also share your personally identifiable information with our third party vendors performing functions on our behalf – e.g. vendors that process credit card orders. We do not store any credit card information. Our vendors agree to use this information, and we share information with them, only to carry out our requests. By voluntarily providing information to us when using the Website, you are consenting to the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information by us in the manner prescribed in this Section. You acknowledge this by using the Website. You may opt out of receiving future commercial correspondence from us by contacting us in writing via email at privacy@alumeet.com.

We may automatically collect certain non-personally identifiable information from you when you access the Website. We use non-personally identifiable information in a variety of ways, including to help analyze site traffic, understand customer needs and trends, carry out targeted promotional activities, and to improve our services. We may use your non-personally identifiable information by itself or aggregate it with information we have obtained from others. We may share your non-personally identifiable information with third parties to achieve these objectives and others, but remember that aggregate information is anonymous information that does not personally identify you.

Like many websites, we use "cookies" and "web beacons" (also called "clear gifs" or "pixel tags") to obtain certain types of information when your web browser accesses our Website. Examples of information we collect and analyze in this manner include Internet Protocol (IP) address, computer connection information such as browser type and version, operating system, and your activities on our Website, including the products you view or search for as well as the URL you come from and go to next. It is important to note that cookies and web beacons that we use do not contain and are not tied to personally identifiable information about you. The anonymous data they collect is kept separate from the personal information in your Account. Other cookies are used to enhance your use of the Website, such as remembering that you are logged in. You are able to minimize or block cookies using the privacy settings in your internet browser, but this may restrict your use of the Website. For general information on cookies, see allaboutcookies.org.

We will only use the information we collect through the Website for the following purposes: (i) forwarding important information relating to the Website and other requested information; (ii) contacting you in response to your feedback or inquiry or to discuss our services; (iii) monitoring Website performance; (iv) improving our Website and services to you; (v) internal administration; and (vi) other purposes that are in accordance with your instructions. Except as provided in this Privacy Policy, our Terms of Use, or as set forth when you submit the information, we will not give, sell, trade or otherwise disclose any personal information about you to a third party without your prior approval, except we reserve the right to disclose information about you if we are required to do so by law, with respect to copyright and other intellectual property infringement claims, to fulfill a government request, or to protect or defend our legal rights or property, or Website, or other users.

This Website may contain links to other sites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of linked sites. We strongly encourage you to read the privacy policy of the linked websites as they may contain further terms and conditions that apply to you.

We may change this Privacy Policy in our sole discretion. Such changes will be effective when a notice of the change is made available on the Website. If you do not agree with such changes, you must discontinue use of the Website. Continued use of the Website after the changes have been implemented will indicated acceptance by you of the changes.

We value your information. While we take reasonable precautions to preserve the security of your information, please be aware that we cannot promise that your use of our Website will be confidential, and we cannot promise that any information you provide to us is perfectly secure. While using our Website, you may also become aware of confidential information about us or another user. You promise not to disclose any confidential information made available to you through the Website to any other person.

Residents of the State of California, under certain provisions of the California Civil Code, have the right to request from companies conducting business in California a list of all third parties to which the company has disclosed certain personally identifiable information as defined under California law during the preceding year for third party direct marketing purposes. You are limited to one request per calendar year. In your request, please attest to the fact that you are a California resident and provide a current California address for our response.

The Privacy Statement set forth in this Section is the sole statement of our privacy policy with respect to this Website, and no summary, modification, restatement or other version thereof, or other privacy statement or policy, in any form, is valid unless we post a new or revised policy to the Website.

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