Publications & Products
November 2016
Volume 6, Issue 5

Community College Advancement News

Task Force Finds More Opportunities, Higher Value

Federal agencies are opening up more funding opportunities for community colleges, which suggests that these agencies are finding more value in these institutions, according to the chair and co-chair of a volunteer research group. Read more...

Volunteer Nominations Due Dec. 16

CASE is seeking nominations for its board of trustees and three advisory commissions: alumni relations, communications and marketing, and philanthropy. The Center for Community College Advancement also seeks nominations for new members for its Community College Advancement Advisory Committee.

Nominees should be advancement leaders who are committed to CASE and strengthening the advancement profession. Candidates must work for a CASE-member institution. Interested individuals should complete and submit the online volunteer leadership form by Dec. 16, 2016. Self-nominations are welcome.

Please contact Brett Chambers, vice president of volunteer relations, at +1-202-478-5649 regarding the board of trustees or the commissions. For the Center for Community College Advancement Advisory Committee, contact Marc Westenburg, +1-202-478-5570.

Are You in the Institutionally Related Foundations Data Book?

Friday, Dec. 9, 2016 is the deadline to enter fundraising results from fiscal year 2016 into the IRF Data Book. The CASE IRF Data Book is designed to be a one-stop shop for institutionally related foundation executives and professionals interested in comparing data related to their foundation's structure, staffing and operations with their peers. Get started here or contact

Please share your questions and comments with Marc Westenburg via email at or +1 202 478 5570.

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