Apply to Serve as the 2018 NASPA Student Affairs Fundraising Conference Campus Host!


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Author
Rachelle Conley

Published
June 12, 2017


The 2018 NASPA Student Affairs Fundraising Conference is sponsored by NASPA as a two and a half day professional development forum for professionals with specific fundraising and external relations responsibilities for student affairs divisions. The primary audience includes prospective, aspiring and seasoned development professionals; new and seasoned student affairs professionals with roles connected to fundraising and external relations; and senior student affairs officers. The conference facilitates an exchange of strategies, ideas, and resources between participants regarding fundraising for student affairs. Conference educational sessions promote an exchange of best practices and assist attendees in identifying successful programs. The conference will occur over two and a half days in July 2018.

The conference is co-sponsored by the NASPA Student Affairs Fundraising and External Relations Knowledge Community (KC). The vision of the KC is to enable NASPA members to develop fundraising knowledge and skills to enhance programs and services for student affairs at their individual institutions. The KC provides a professional home within NASPA for professionals working in, or connected to, student affairs fundraising and external relations. The KC provides student affairs officers with a place to connect for the latest fundraising strategies and information.

Hosting on your campus is an opportunity to both work with thought leaders in the student affairs fundraising community and to give back to the profession. We hope you will consider applying to serve as our 2018 host institution.

For details on what it means to serve as a host campus and to submit your application, follow this link. Applications are due no later than July 31, 2017.

Questions?

Contact:
Jake Frasier, Assistant Director of Educational Programs, NASPA
202-719-1180 | jfrasier@naspa.org


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