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  • CASE DISTRICT II CASE District II Venture Capital Fund
    doesn t seem to be covered at the annual District conferences The District II Venture Capital Fund is for you History In 2007 the CASE District II Board created the Venture Capital Fund as a means to support fresh and innovative programming ideas within the District II membership Through CASE District Two s Venture Capital Fund we are able to invest in collaborative professional development programs for Advancement colleagues and their institutions This funding is meant to provide a catalyst for ideas and events that strengthen our work and illustrate the benefits a CASE institutional membership This initiative is a complement to not duplication of the funds that are directed toward priorities designated by the District II board Grants A total of 40 000 in venture capital is available for the year ahead Grants of 500 3 500 are available through the Venture Capital Fund Grant applications are reviewed bi annually Application deadlines are in the fall and in the spring Criteria All applications for Venture Capital funding will be given thorough consideration Successful applications will most likely meet some of the following criteria Impact on a number of CASE professionals Opportunities for professional development of CASE members Indication of

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  • CASE DISTRICT II CASE II Regional Programming
    need convenient cost effective opportunities to network and grow to advance programs in development alumni engagement communications annual giving and other areas Moreover we support opportunities for small group settings such as roundtables and one day workshops where you can readily share and explore the unique challenges of different institutions Recent Programs Recent programs have included a successful Principal Gifts Roundtable last August hosted by Syracuse University and a one

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  • CASE DISTRICT II CASE District II Awards Programs
    II Awards program recognizes and honors exceptional service and work from members of our district The 2016 Accolades and Achievement Awards will open in August 2015 Please check back for more information The Accolades Awards program includes approximately 37 different categories including alumni relations communications design development advancement services grant writing magazines marketing news writing photography publications and Web Work submitted for the 2016 Accolades awards must have been prepared between July 1 2014 and June 30 2015 For the second year CASE DII in partnership with CASE Headquarters will offer seven Platinum Categories Up to two finalists in each Platinum Category will advance to compete at the Circle of Excellence level automatically This has added two additional categories to our district level competition Platinum Categories judging is structured like a tournament CASE members enter these categories through the District II Accolades entry process DII volunteer Host Judges will then conduct the first round of judging and select up to two entries gold level winners per Platinum Category to advance Finalists from all eight districts will then be judged in a national second round to determine which entries deserve Platinum recognition Our Achievement Awards program recognizes colleagues campus CEOs and

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  • CASE DISTRICT II Services and Programs
    services and programs From the annual conference to our awards program from audience specific local programming to job listings District II is a resource for those who want to learn earn recognition for their institutions and grow their professional network The Venture Capital Fund provides support for professional development and networking opportunities initiated and organized by advancement professionals at District II member institutions The Fund awards 30 000 in grants each year with two application periods annually This initiative is a complement to not duplication of the funds that are directed toward priorities designated by the District II board Membership has its rewards at the international level as well As an individual CASE member you re able to take advantage of the programs and services CASE International offers which include Web based curriculum publications and awards and scholarships programs Setting the Advancement Agenda on Campus Join CASE District II community college advancement professionals for a one day regional conference to discuss and learn how to meet advancement priorities in this new era of fundraising Achievement Awards Our Achievement Awards program recognizes colleagues who have excelled in the field Accolades Awards Accolades celebrate institutional accomplishments in the area of print multi

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  • CASE DISTRICT II Achievement Awards 2016
    the following A letter describing the nominee s qualifications The nominee s professional and related vita Two supporting letters from other persons endorsing the nomination A 200 word max professional bio A headshot JPEG 300 dpi or greater Entry materials for any one nomination should not exceed 10 pages Back to top Professional of the Year Award This award recognizes a District II institutional advancement professional who has demonstrated exceptional achievement in the development of an institutional advancement program or innovative execution of programs within an area of advancement contributed to the profession through work with CASE and volunteered in service to the community or charitable organizations Criteria Please submit a letter of nomination that provides a brief biographical summary highlighting the nominee s contributions in the following areas The innovative execution of programs within any area of institutional advancement communications public relations media relations publications and others alumni relations or philanthropy fundraising advancement services and others List significant or outstanding achievements Contributions to the development of our profession through with work CASE DII and or CASE International Volunteer service to his her community and charitable organizations Entry materials for any one nomination should not exceed five pages Please also include a headshot JPEG 300 dpi or greater and a 200 word max professional bio Back to top Robert L Payton Award for Voluntary Service Given annually to an individual who demonstrates leadership in advancement programs furtherance of the philanthropic tradition and public articulation of needs goals and issues in education Criteria Please submit a letter of nomination that provides a brief biographical summary highlighting the nominee s contributions in the following areas Leadership in advancement programs within any area of institutional advancement communications public relations media relations publications and others alumni relations or philanthropy fundraising advancement services and others List significant or outstanding achievements Furtherance of the philanthropic tradition spirit of volunteer service or financial commitment Public articulation of the needs goals and current issues in higher education Entry materials for any one nomination should not exceed five pages Please also include a headshot JPEG 300 dpi or greater and a 200 word max professional bio Back to top Rising Star Award This award recognizes a young professional who demonstrates the potential for leadership in advancement programs enthusiasm for and commitment to the advancement profession and understanding of the needs and goals of the philanthropic tradition Criteria Please submit a letter of nomination that provides a summary highlighting the nominee s contributions in the following areas Demonstrates potential for leadership within any area of institutional advancement communications public relations media relations publications and others alumni relations or philanthropy fundraising advancement services and others Demonstrates enthusiasm and commitment for institutional advancement through the responsibilities of his her position working with volunteers and participates in areas of responsibility including volunteer activities Understands the needs and goals of the philanthropic tradition Entry materials for any one nomination should not exceed five pages Please also include a headshot JPEG 300 dpi or greater

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  • CASE DISTRICT II Accolades
    communications design development advancement services grant writing magazines marketing news writing photography portals publications and Web Check out this year s award winners on the CASE DII Pinterest Board For further information contact any member of the Accolades Executive Committee Christine Corrado cecrar rit edu Gretchen Wood gwood9 monroecc edu Erica Blust esblust syr edu Please see our FAQs for details about some of the changes to the program PLEASE NOTE Entries are now being accepted for the 2016 Awards Program Mailed materials will only be accepted in certain categories Please see category description for details Refunds will not be provided for entries submitted incorrectly Please submit entry materials as directed in the process Preferred formats are PDF JPEG DOC XLS URL and Categories View the list of entry categories Introducing Platinum Categories Click here for more info Judging Criteria The host judge in each category will assemble a panel of experts from both within and outside CASE member institutions Judges will examine each entry for quality creativity innovation adherence to professional standards and success in meeting stated objectives More detailed judging criteria are specified as needed in category listings Judges have the right to eliminate entries not submitted in

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  • CASE DISTRICT II Volunteering
    session hosts arrangements volunteers exhibitor concierges special guests or any other capacity Contact Meghan Radosh Widener University meradosh widener edu To serve on the Opportunity and Inclusion committee Contact Chuck Wright Peirce College cawright peirce edu To serve on the Venture Capital Fund committee Contact Ivan Adames The Johns Hopkins University iadames jhu edu To help create community college programming Contact Melissa Starace Northampton Community College mstarace northampton edu To

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  • CASE DISTRICT II Get Involved
    concierges special guests or any other capacity Contact Carla Cantor University of Maryland College Park ccantor ucm rutgers edu To serve on the Opportunity and Inclusion committee Contact Debra Valentine Gray Indiana University of Pennsylvania debra valentinegray iup edu To serve on the Venture Capital Fund committee Contact Paul Adamo SUNY College at Oneonta Paul adamo oneonta edu To help create community college programming Contact Brenda Mitchell Prince George s

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