CASE Graduate Trainee Programme - Asia-Pacific
By virtue of funds donated worldwide, millions of underprivileged youths are provided access to tertiary education and groundbreaking research work is initiated in a diverse range of areas. The impact of philanthropy involves creating public value and helping to advance society - this is the power of fundraising.
The CASE Graduate Trainee Programme - Asia-Pacific is an exciting way to launch your career in fundraising and provides you with an opportunity to advance education to transform lives and society. This prestigious fully-paid programme will begin in March 2021 for 13 months at a premier institution.
We invite highly motivated graduates and early/mid-career professionals to enter the exciting world of advancement services.
What does the traineeship include?
Trainees will be employed by a host university on a 13-months contract. They will begin the programme at the host institution and work in each area of a university's development office - gaining experience and developing skills in alumni relations, prospect management, annual and regular giving, stewardship, fundraising campaigns, major gifts, events and partnerships. The breadth of the experience provides trainees with a fully rounded view of fundraising in higher education and the role it plays in supporting the university, current students and potential students. A mentor and career coach will be provided to the group of trainees along with networking opportunities and online resources such as the CASE Community.
As part of the professional development, trainees will participate in an induction programme as well as attend the CASE Asia-Pacific Institute in Educational Fundraising and CASE Asia-Pacific Advancement Conference.
During their placement, trainees will spend one month at another co-host institution. This month-long placement will enhance the learning process through opportunities given to apply learning at another institution with an emerging development function.
Participating Host Institutions for GTP 2020:
- Australian National University
- Monash University
- The University of Melbourne
- The University of Queensland
- The University of Sydney
- Deakin University
How do I apply for the programme?
Applications for the CASE Graduate Trainee Programme - Asia-Pacific are closed.
How can I support the Graduate Trainee Programme?
If you are a university and are interested in becoming a host or co-host institution, you can find more details here.
The programme refined my passion for advocacy through ample opportunities to meet international leaders in advancement and to practice creative problem-solving skills.
It is such a unique programme that allows you to constantly explore numerous personal development opportunities.
Without a doubt, the networks we have made in this unique programme will be extremely useful throughout our careers.
This experience is what you make of it. In an expanding field like this, this opportunity can set you up for an amazing career.