Being part of the CASE community is one of the most valuable benefits of CASE membership.
Members of CASE rely on each other for advice, examples, mentoring, professional support and long-term connections that enhance their work on behalf of their institutions.
The CASE community includes educational advancement professionals worldwide who work in alumni relations, communications, fundraising, marketing and related areas as well as presidents, chancellors, vice chancellors, school heads, deans and other leaders. It also includes corporate affiliates who serve educational advancement.
Members of the CASE community connect and network in-person at conferences and events and online with the help of the following tools and networks.
CASE is in the process of transitioning listservs to CASE Communities, a community platform that offers the same benefits as the listserv but also allows you to network more easily with your peers and leverage membership benefits offered by CASE.
The CASE blog explores trends and best practices in educational advancement. Contributors come from a variety of backgrounds and include experts at member institutions, CASE staff and independent consultants.
As a volunteer-driven organization, CASE is governed and advised by dynamic volunteer leadership groups representing a cross-section of member institutions, professional areas and geographic locations.
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