CASE offers a number of initiatives to attract or retain individuals of diverse backgrounds to the field of advancement.
As part of its commitment to help diversify the advancement profession, CASE offers the Clarence J. Jupiter Fellowship in Institutional Advancement. The program provides opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students of diverse backgrounds to work in the advancement field at higher education institutions in the United States.
Hands-on advancement training
As many as to eight students are selected each year to participate in the program. Jupiter fellows gain valuable skills in one of three areas—alumni relations, communications and marketing or philanthropy.
The program is offered through the CASE Affiliated Student Advancement Programs.
Benefits of becoming a Jupiter fellow
Jupiter fellows are introduced to a community of advancement professionals who can serve as helpful resources and mentors. In addition, Jupiter fellows receive:
Deadline, other information
Deadline is April 18, 2014. For additional information, contact Rob Henry, executive director of emerging constituencies, at +1-202-478-5654 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Clarence J. Jupiter Fellowship Program was created in 1998 to honor Mr. Clarence J. Jupiter, a long-time vice president of development at Xavier University of Louisiana. In addition to his many years of service to educational advancement at Xavier, Mr. Jupiter served with distinction as a volunteer leader for numerous philanthropic organizations, included the CASE Board of Trustees.
The CASE Minority Advancement Institute was created in an effort to foster the development of diverse leaders in the advancement profession. The program focuses on management leadership and mentoring of advancement professionals of diverse backgrounds.
The Minority Advancement institute Reunion: November 14–16, 2011
Sheraton Baltimore City Center Hotel, Baltimore, MD
101 W. Fayette Street
Baltimore, MD 21224
Rate: $130—ask for CASE MAI
The CASE Affiliated Student Advancement Programs is an organization of student advancement programs at more than 300 higher education institutions. CASE ASAP promotes student involvement in educational advancement by providing resources and opportunities for networking and leadership development.
For additional information contact Rob Henry, executive director of emerging constituencies at +1-202-478-5654 or e-mail email@example.com