I am available to take questions on Alumni and development programs for college and K-12 schools. I do not take questions on closed for-profit schools.
-Current Diector of Stewardship, former Director of Alumni Affairs: Anoka-Ramsey Community College
-Three years in the Alumni Office of Phillips Academy, Andover, MA
-Two years as Executive Director of the Alumni Program Council, a national non-profit organization that supported professionals and volunteers working for K-12 independent (private) school alumni and development programs.
-NAIS Member Association
Articles in CASE Currents and the APC Recorder. I have been quoted in the APC Recorder, Inside Private School Management and Case Currents.
-M.Ed. Secondary Teacher Education, University of Massachusetts
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Cameron, I will not suggest a solution to your dilemma; it is not my place. I do have some suggestions for things to think about: -have you asked a university or college (that you see as a goal
jennifer, I'm sorryt hat I am not able to find any information on this school. But, I have a few thoughts for you to try: -Call other Christian schools and churches in the same town. Chances are
Hi, Bobby. First of all, and not meant as critisim but more advice to anyone who reads this, these questions are best asked a) before you get involved in the application, and b) to the school to which
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Shane, Interesting question. Well, you might Google me to see my experience, but that might be fabricated. You could read the section of the site that explains that the 'experts' answering questions