District III always needs advancement professionals from the district to get involved! Last year more than 1,000 volunteers worked to make your experience at the CASE District III conference a success. Your involvement is critical, and we hope you will volunteer your time and talents this year!
There are several ways for you to get involved, such as serving as a conference speaker, judge, moderator or mentor. There is something for everyone!
CASE volunteers come from nine states and all stages of advancement careers, from newcomers to senior-level professionals. CASE volunteers represent varied professional areas, including alumni relations, communications, development and marketing. Each volunteer opportunity has a different time commitment and unique responsibilities.
Please refer to the brief description below to learn more about each specific area. Submit your information to get more details about a specific volunteer opportunity!
Help us welcome attendees to the CASE III conference. Greeters will serve in assigned blocks of time during the conference to welcome guests to the venue and registration area.
Conference Registration Volunteer
Join the conference registration team to help sign in attendees at the CASE III conference. Volunteers will serve in shifts during the conference and will be responsible for supplying guests with their nametag and registration packet.
Conference Roundtable Facilitator
Do you consider yourself knowledgeable on a particular topic of interest that you think others would find engaging? If so, lead a topical breakfast roundtable discussion during the CASE III conference.
Introduce session speakers to attendees at the CASE III conference prior to their presentations. Moderators will receive a script.
Serve as a conference host to a newcomer to the industry. Share your professional experience and serve as a resource for a designated colleague during the conference.
Present your knowledge and experience on topics important to membership. Presenters will showcase best practices, creative ideas and new trends in all areas of advancement, including alumni relations, communications, fundraising, prospect research and more.
Conference Award Judge
Serve as a judge for the annual CASE III awards. Judges typically have experience in the discipline or category that they judge and are responsible for working with a small committee to select individual award recipients for a given category.
Conference Committee Member
Serve on a committee to help design and execute the annual conference.
District III Cabinet Member
Each of CASE's eight districts within the US and Canada has a district cabinet to oversee operations, programming, and services for members in that region. Each district cabinet is led by a volunteer chair who serves as the chief officer of the district. District chairs traditionally serve two-year terms. Advancement professionals in district cabinets represent all disciplines and levels of experience. Members tend to the business of the district and are expected to serve on one of the board’s committees.
- Develop your professional network.
- Contribute to the growth of our profession in a meaningful way.
- Mentor future leaders within our profession.
- Learn from colleagues about industry best practices and standards.
Do you want to get involved at the national level? Visit the main CASE site for more information on how you can get involved.