CASE runs on volunteer power
Each year, more than 350 volunteer leaders serve on CASE boards and advisory groups. Another 3,200 advancement professionals volunteer their time as speakers, authors, conference planners, judges and more.
CASE volunteers are at all stages in their advancement careers, from newcomers to senior-level practitioners. They work across the advancement disciplines-alumni relations, communications, development and marketing-and around the world. They may serve a multi-year term on the CASE Board of Trustees or host a single session at a conference.
Whatever role they play, volunteers are at the heart of everything CASE does. They drive CASE's direction, develop and share knowledge about the profession and deliver services to their peers.
District volunteer opportunities include:
- Awards and Scholarship judging teams: Help review applications to ensure the worthiest district professionals are recognized with awards or given the opportunity to attend their first conference.
- District service: Build the profession locally by serving on the district cabinet, committee, or other leadership position.
- Program host: Design a local or online session to share your knowledge and experience on topics important to membership.
- District conference support: Serve on a committee to help design and execute the annual district conference, or support at the conference by serving as an onsite volunteer or roundtable host.
- Mentors: Share your experience and learned wisdom with colleagues and future leaders from around the district.
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Why should you volunteer for CASE?
CASE volunteers say they give of their time and talents in order to:
- Contribute to the development of the profession
- Grow their networks
- Develop professionally
- Get new ideas and perspectives from outside their own campuses
- Build their careers
- Mentor the next generation of advancement professionals
- Give back to their profession