Summer Institute in Educational Fundraising
Join us for a special online engagement designed specifically for newcomers to educational fundraising. Attendees will learn from experienced faculty leaders to broaden their perspectives and sharpen their fundraising skills. Registrants will also participate in faculty led Advisee Groups, where they will discuss topics in greater depth and exchange experiences and practical ideas.
Live sessions held July 20 & 22 and July 27& 29
Benefits of Attending
- Two weeks of live online sessions for up to 20 hours of total educational content designed for newcomers to fundraising.
- Participate in small advisee group discussions by institution type.
- Receive practical training in key concepts and review best practices for all sizes and types of institutions.
- Access to curated CASE resources and online recordings.
- Led by faculty leaders who represent the best in the field of educational fundraising.
- Make the most of your training budget with a first-rate and value-added program without the travel cost.
Who Should Attend
- Professionals new to the field of educational fundraising
- Experienced professionals with new fundraising responsibilities
- Experienced fundraising professionals who are new to higher education
- Advancement leaders and anyone who wants to better understand fundraising fundamentals
Meet Your Chair
Walker Institute Chair
Peter Hayashida was appointed president of the UC Riverside Foundation and vice chancellor for advancement at the University of California, Riverside, in 2009. He oversees development, alumni engagement, university communications, and advancement administration. Hayashida previously worked for 19 years at UCLA in a variety of roles, including assistant vice chancellor for external affairs. He earned a BA in communication studies from UCLA and an MBA from California State University, Northridge. Hayashida is a past CASE trustee and Philanthropy Commission chair, and he served for a decade on the board of directors of the organization now known as the Los Angeles LGBT Center.