Build a comprehensive student philanthropy program that cultivates awareness, gratitude, and giving.
With donor participation declining across higher education, it is increasingly important for advancement shops to nurture future alumni by engaging them while they are still on campus as students. But the education does not start with first-year convocation, rather when they are prospective students. What's the messaging during tours/info sessions for undergraduates and during visit days for graduate programs?
While many institutions have created elements of student philanthropy programs, most lack a cohesive, strategic program that spans from first-year convocation to commencement.
Join us in Boston to learn how to build a comprehensive student philanthropy program that cultivates awareness, gratitude, and giving in your future alumni.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Because a strong student philanthropy program requires an intense institutional commitment and buy-in from a wide range of individuals, we encourage advancement professionals (especially those in alumni relations and annual giving) charged with building a program to invite their executive champions and other campus partners.