As a member of CASE ASAP, your organization will have access to a wide array of resources to enhance your student advancement program, network with peers from around the United States and Canada and explore careers in advancement.
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Student advancement sample collection
A collection of online and print samples offers CASE ASAP members access to valuable resources from a wide variety of student advancement organizations. Samples include best practices from CASE ASAP district and international award-winning organizations; links to program's official organizational structuring documents; online program profiles; student lead programming/fundraising initiatives; and print publications samples.
CASE ASAP online membership directory
The online directory enables CASE ASAP members to search more than 300 member organizations using a variety of criteria such as location, institution type and programming area (alumni relations, student ambassadors, student foundations and spirit groups).
CASE ASAP e-newsletter
Each semester, our e-newsletter highlights the latest news and event happenings in CASE ASAP and student philanthropy while highlighting current student leaders, campus advisers and organizations.
CASE ASAP listservs
The CASE ASAP listservs provide a platform of peer-sharing for student leaders and advancement professionals regarding programming ideas, membership strategies and creative problem solving.
CASE ASAP Network Convention
Since 1972, thousands of student advancement professionals representing institutions throughout North America have come together during the summer to learn best practices and network while recognizing outstanding student advancement programming. Learn more about this year's network convention.
Each winter, students and advisers representing student advancement groups from around the region come together at district conferences to exchange ideas and best practices on successful programming, membership recruitment and problem-solving techniques. Visit the District pages for information on district conferences.
CASE ASAP offers a series of six student advancement webinars each year on topics such as exploring careers in advancement, student philanthropy and membership recruitment and retention. Join us for Developing a Successful Mentor/Mentee Program webinar on April 5, 2012. Webinars are complimentary for CASE ASAP members.
CASE ASAP District Awards
Awarded in each district, the CASE ASAP District Awards highlight the achievements of individuals and organizations. The awards are presented annually at each of the eight CASE district conferences. District winners go on to compete for the CASE ASAP International Award.
CASE ASAP International Network Awards
Celebrating the best-of-the best in student advancement programming, the CASE ASAP International Network Awards recognize outstanding student and adviser leadership and achievements as well as outstanding student programming by CASE ASAP member organizations. The awards are presented annually at the CASE ASAP Network Convention.
Peter Buchanan Scholarship
Named after CASE President Emeritus Peter Buchanan, this scholarship honors exceptional student leaders by providing monetary support to attend the CASE ASAP Network Convention. Scholarship is presented annually.
The Clarence J. Jupiter Fellowship and CASE ASAP Career Fellowship programs
With the goal of encouraging students to explore advancement as a career, these fellowship programs provide up to 10 fellows (eight Jupiter Fellows and two Career Fellows) with a hands-on learning experience at CASE ASAP member educational institutions throughout North America. Fellows receive on-the-job training and gain valuable skills in the three professional areas of advancement—alumni relations, communications and marketing, and philanthropy.
Fellowship applications are due April 13, 2012. For more information and an application, contact email@example.com.
CASE Career Central and Mentor Central
CASE Career Central offers resources for career planning, including online job listings and stories from young advancement professionals. CASE Mentor Central is the place to connect and establish mentor/mentee relationships to foster professional and personal growth and development among our members.
Presenters: Webster University Student Ambassadors and Indiana University of Pennsylvania Student Ambassadors
Dec. 6, 2012
4 – 4:45 p.m.
Cost: Complimentary for CASE ASAP members; $50 non-members