April 24 - 26, 2013 Newport Beach Marriott Newport Beach, Calif., United States
Held in partnership with the United States Olympic Committee
Fundraising is vital to a successful athletics program. Without the appropriate funds, athletic programs can't maintain their momentum. Join us in California to review strategies for reaching your fundraising goals so that your program thrives and your institution benefits.
For the first time, CASE is partnering with the United States Olympic Committee for a special track focusing primarily on fundraising for non-revenue sports. Creating a robust collegiate sports infrastructure is critically important to the continued success of Team USA at the Olympic and Paralympic Games. This track will focus on generating support for the more under-exposed sports and will offer ideas that can be adapted for your own program's fundraising goals.
This conference is suggested for advancement professionals with mid- to senior-level responsibility.
Benefits of Attending
Focus on strategies for small to mid-size operations: how to do more with less, how to work productively across campus, and how to bring big league best practices to any size operation.
Achieve a thorough understanding of the important aspects involved with a fundraising program geared toward athletics.
Participate in valuable mentoring sessions customized for small to medium-sized programs.
Review real-world examples of ideas, concepts and plans that can be implemented for your program and institution.
Discuss the importance and impact that an excellent fundraising program can have on your school and community.
Develop relationships and gain valuable contacts through networking opportunities.
Who Should Attend
Vice presidents and directors of development
Athletic development professionals
Associate, assistant and athletic directors for high schools and colleges
Head coaches and coaches who raise money for their programs
Development officers with the responsibility for raising money for athletics