Talent Management Funds
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The vision of the OIC is education attainment for all. It is designed to serve as a resource for all institutions and particularly minority serving institutions, providing professional development, training, and applied research. One key goal is increasing the diversity and number of new advancement professionals and providing leadership training for existing advancement professionals and educational leaders.
This emerging Center will offer advancement program assessments, alumni engagement best practices, executive coaching, professional development for practitioners and volunteers, and other services.
Talent Management Fund
This includes broadening the pathways by which professionals can enter these fields and providing these professionals with robust offerings that will enable them to grow and excel. We continue to convene committed professionals from across the globe to share, network, inspire, and introduce lifelong mentors and peers. As part of this effort, CASE remains committed to increasing and diversifying the advancement profession. CASE’s career growth programs include the Advancement Internship Program, the Fundraising Residency Program for gradates and postgrads who are seeking a career in frontline fundraising, as well as a Talent Development Program for current advancement professionals who are seeking to develop their fundraising skills.
Advancement Internship Program
This eight-week paid summer internship program introduces current students and recent graduates to careers in advancement while diversifying the pipeline of potential candidates. Many Minority Serving Institutions that would greatly benefit from the program do not have the resources to participate in the program. A fund has been created to allow the MSIs to serve as a host institution for an intern, thereby increasing the fundraising capacity of the institutions while also strategically diversifying the advancement profession.
CASE Asia-Pacific Educational Fundraising Graduate Trainee Programme
The CASE Asia-Pacific Educational Fundraising Graduate Trainee Programme is an exciting way to launch your career in fundraising and provides you an opportunity to advance education to transform lives and society. This prestigious fully paid programme will begin in March 2020 for 12-months at a premier Australian institution.
Millions of underprivileged youths are provided access to tertiary education, while groundbreaking research work in a diverse range of areas are initiated, by virtue of funds donated worldwide. The impact of philanthropy involves creating public value and helping to advance society--this is the power of fundraising.
The CRD Legacy Scholarship Fund
The Council for Resource Development Legacy Scholarship Fund has been created to provide a scholarship to be awarded annually to support newcomers to community college advancement. It is intended for either the CASE Conference for Community College Advancement of the Conference for Community College Grant Professionals
CASE Europe Graduate Trainee Scheme
This programme is designed to introduce high-calibre professionals into Educational Fundraising. Graduates are recruited and placed on a 50-week contract with a host institution where they receive on-the- job-training combined with a programme of CASE professional training to develop skills to propel them into a career in educational fundraising. The objectives of the Programme are: to identify and develop high-calibre fundraising professionals in the education sector; to raise the profile of the career of fundraising in education and promote its growth; to develop the perception of fundraising in education as an attractive career option for talented people; to spread best practice, knowledge and expertise in fundraising across the education sector.
CASE North America Fundraising Residency Program
This 50-week residency helps to identify and develop high-caliber fundraising professionals and diversify the advancement profession within educational institutions. As the host institutions must provide an entry-level salary to the resident, many institutions cannot afford to participate. A fund has been formed to enable more institutions, particularly Minority Serving Institutions and community colleges, to participate and diversify their advancement professional staff. The fund will help to pay the salary of the graduate resident.
Martin Bojam Emerging Marketing and Communications Award
CASE Europe's Martin Bojam Scholarship provides support for the next generation of rising stars in the marketing and communications fields.
Known for his warmth, good humour, and commitment to CASE's vision of advancing education to transform lives and society, Martin Bojam was a mentor and friend to many in the CASE community.
Michael Kiser Scholarship
The Michael Kiser Scholarship provides the opportunity for a promising new professional to attend the Summer Institute for Communications and Marketing, CASE's flagship training program for newcomers to the communications and marketing field.
The scholarship provides full conference registration (which includes lodging and most meals) and reimbursement of up to $500 in travel expenses for the Summer Institute for Communications and Marketing.
Virginia Carter Smith Scholarship
Through the Virginia Carter Smith Scholarship program, CASE grants scholarships each year to cover registration fees for select CASE conferences for individuals new to the profession who demonstrate considerable promise and potential as educational advancement professionals.
The Robert Henry MAI Scholarship Fund will provide two scholarships to be awarded annually. It is intended to support participants attending the Minority Advancement Institute. Such support will include awards to a minority advancement professional from a CASE member institution who meets the established criteria and a minority member of the CASE staff who has served CASE for a minimum of six years. The funds will be used to defray the cost of registration to the MAI or the cost of travel to the MAI, if appropriate and applicable.