Karen S. White—Executive Director of Alumni Relations
George Washington University—Washington, D.C.
United States
Conferences & Training

Cultivating Student Philanthropy

June 7, 2013
Newport Beach Marriott
Newport Beach, Calif., United States


Designed for advancement professionals charged with starting or growing a student philanthropy program, this program will help you discover ways to incorporate student giving in capital campaigns. Review best practices and take the opportunity to learn from the experiences of other institutions.

This conference is held in conjunction with Young Alumni and Student Engagement.

 

Benefits of Attending
  • Gain an awareness of the importance of student philanthropy as the first step in the donor pipeline.
  • Learn techniques to create awareness, tradition and gratitude among students.
  • Discover ways to incorporate student giving in campaigns.
  • Review student philanthropy case studies that have successfully increased young alumni giving.
  • Interact and ask questions of current students regarding philanthropy.
Who Should Attend

Advancement professionals (in alumni relations or development) charged with starting or growing a student philanthropy program—including those in graduate programs.


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