As part of CASE District I’s ongoing commitment to support diversity in the advancement profession, we provide professional development opportunities for talented juniors, seniors, graduate students, and individuals new to the profession who have demonstrated a strong interest and commitment to learning more about career options in the advancement profession.
Open to juniors, seniors, and graduate students or new advancement professionals with one to three years of full-time employment at a CASE District I member institution, the 2017 Summer Scholars Program will support the registration cost for selected qualified individuals to attend one of the CASE Summer Institutes:
Read more here. Applications due by Friday, May 26. Applications are no longer being accepted.
Please contact the Scholarships Chair Patrick Gallivan for more information about the 2017 CASE DI Summer Scholars Program.
Please note: Winners are responsible for making their own travel arrangements