Early Bird Registration has been EXTENDED for the
2018 CASE DI Conference! Register by December 19
Welcome to the annual CASE District I Conference. The CASE Conference is designed to offer a variety of sessions and workshops on advancement services, alumni relations, development, and communications and marketing. Programming is tailored for staff from every kind of institution and at every level—whether you’re a newcomer, a mid-level professional, or a key decision maker/chief advancement officer. Drawing close to 1,000 attendees each year, the conference offers a host of mentor, networking, and social opportunities. Network, interact, learn, and grow!
Thanks to a generous sponsorship of Development Guild DDI, the 2018 CASE District I Conference Committee is able to offer an additional 10 scholarships to any interested conference attendees.
Applicants from community colleges, underrepresented geographical areas, and independent schools will be given priority in the selection process. These scholarships will cover the full cost of conference registration. Pre-conference registration is not included. Review the selection process and criteria for additional information
Applications are due by Friday, December 8.
On Thursday, March 15, CASE District I will recognize award honorees for both the Achievement and Recognition Awards and the Excellence Awards. Recipients will be honored at the annual CASE District I Conference.
The Achievement and Recognition Awards celebrates individuals for their contributions to our profession.
The Excellence Awards recognizes superb work done in a variety of categories based on CASE District I member submissions and reviewed by peers on the District, and for the winners of certain categories, on the CASE International level.
The Pre-Conference Program is designed to help advancement professionals, at any level, hone and build new skills that they can apply to their careers.
Johnnetta Betsch Cole received a Ph.D. in anthropology with a specialization in African Studies from Northwestern University. After holding teaching and administrative positions in anthropology, women’s studies and African American studies at several colleges and universities, she served as the president of both of the historically Black colleges for women in the United States—Spelman College and Bennett College—a distinction she alone holds. She has authored or edited several books and numerous articles for scholarly and general audiences.
November Project espouses free, public, all weather, outdoor group sweats that turn strangers into friends and connect everyone to the city in which they live. Co-founders Brogan Graham and Bojan Mandaric utilize the team dynamics that inspired them as members of the Northeastern University crew team to motivate and encourage the masses to stay active in a positive and upbeat way when cold weather excuses of November set in.