Community College Advancement Seminar Series
While our in-person conference, originally slated to be in Anaheim, is canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are now offering our program via an online series over three weeks.
Our online series brings together hundreds of community college advancement professionals from across the nation focused on fundraising, friendraising, marketing and communication, leadership/management, and advancement services to learn from and network with one another.
Lana Fontenot, Chair of the Community College Advancement Seminar Series, and the Vice Chancellor for Institutional Advancement at South Louisiana Community College, shares exciting details about the series.
This series will take place on the following days in Eastern Standard Time (ET):
Thursday, October 15, 2020
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Registration for this series will also include access to 3 additional can’t-miss seminars in 2021! More details to come.
All seminars will be recorded, and paid registrants receive access to the recordings once the entire series has completed.
Newcomers Workshop: Wednesday, October 7, 2020 (separate event/registration required, use link under "Online Program" for more details)
Free Promotional Session: Monday, October 5, 2020 (separate event/registration required, use link under "Online Program" for more details)
What can you do to enhance your advancement efforts? Participate in this online seminar series and find out.
Interact with colleagues who experience the same challenges as you—peers you can call for counsel and networking.
Learn best practices for building a stronger community college advancement office.
Explore a variety of topics that include practical takeaways and cover big-picture strategic thinking.
Participate in 9 main seminars live and engage with speakers or watch the recordings at your leisure.
Who Should Attend
The annual meeting of professionals who work to advance community colleges.
- Alumni relations staff
- Marketing and communications professionals
- Foundation executives and board members
- College CEOs and chancellors