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July 2014
Volume 4, Issue 1

Community College Advancement News

Adopt a Donor-Centered Approach to Leadership

Community college fundraisers shouldn't shy away from cultivating major gifts, says a keynote speaker at the upcoming CASE Conference for Community College Advancement. Read more...


A Model Community College Magazine

Community college magazines should have content not just for students and alumni but also for local residents, says the leader of an award-winning publication. Read more...


Foundation Survey Extended

The deadline for participation in the CASE survey of community college institutionally related foundations has been extended through Friday, July 11, 2014. The survey takes about 20 minutes to complete. For information or assistance, contact research@case.org.


District II Professional Development Grants Available

Community colleges in CASE District II are encouraged to apply for grants through the District II Venture Capital Fund. The grant-making committee invests in collaborative professional development programs for advancement colleagues and their institutions. The funding is meant to provide a catalyst for ideas and events that strengthen advancement work and illustrate the benefits of a CASE institutional membership. The deadline for proposals is Nov. 5, 2014.


Welcome to CASE

The following community colleges recently became CASE members:

  • Delaware Technical Community College (Dover, Del.)
  • Nebraska Indian Community College (Macy, Neb.)
  • Salina Area Technical College Foundation (Salina, Kan.)
  • Stark State College (North Canton, Ohio)
  • Stella and Charles Guttman Community College (New York, N.Y.)
  • Zane State College Foundation (Zanesville, Ohio)

In The News

Twitter Chat Recap: Inter-Generational Social Media Outreach
(CASE Blog)
This #CASESMC Twitter chat was co-moderated by Idris Clay, social media strategist at Prince George's Community College in Kettering, Md. Read more...


College For Free: Tulsa's Radical Idea
(National Public Radio)
A program in Tulsa, Okla., provides scholarships to all local high school graduates with at least a C average who commit to at least two years of community service. Read more...

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