Graduate Trainee Program US and Canada
The candidate application period is now open for the 2022-23 program. We are also accepting hosts.
For those interested in fundraising, philanthropy and advancement in education, the CASE Graduate Trainee Program US/Canada is a great way to begin a career in the sector while getting direct support and training from one of the largest associations for education advancement professionals.
HBCU Pilot Partnership
CASE is excited to partner with Delaware State University, Dillard University, Howard University, and Spelman College to provide opportunities for students and young alumni at historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) to begin a career in educational advancement. Through our partnership, we hope to place a number of our graduate trainees from HBCUs.
Launch Your Career in Higher Education
After completing the Graduate Trainee Program US and Canada, I am confident that I will have acquired the necessary tools and knowledge to succeed in every sector of higher education development. Through the residency, I’ve been able to build a network with my resident cohort, professionals across the country, and CASE leadership. I’m grateful to have had the opportunity to participate, and I look forward to seeing the development of this amazing program.
The CASE Advancement Internship and Graduate Trainee Program US and Canada opened my world to a wealth of opportunities to network with a diverse group of highly talented individuals. Both programs were truly immersive and invigorating as they expanded upon my skills and built a foundation for me to pursue my passion for advancing higher education. Because of my experiences with both of these programs, I am deeply energized and inspired to be a part of and work alongside the next generation of advancement professionals to advance education worldwide and transform lives.
The Graduate Trainee Program US and Canada is an unparalleled, career-launching opportunity for high-quality graduates and postgrads seeking fundraising positions within higher education.