Luncheon and Workshop — Thursday, April 10, 2014

Development Officer Survival Guide | “Speed Dating” with the Recruiters

Development Officers Survival Guide: Strategies for Managing your Fundraising Career

Whether you are new to the fundraising profession or a seasoned fundraiser, having a plan for your next career move will position you for job opportunities that will offer increasing responsibility and commensurate compensation. Learn from seasoned fundraising professionals who provide Executive Search Services to a range of non-profit institutions for mid-level and senior fundraising professionals.

Target Audience: new to the profession through senior level professionals

“Speed Dating” with the Recruiters

Seize this opportunity to have face-time with professionals who do high level executive fundraising searches for non-profit organizations. Learn the key things you need to do to snag that next plum fundraising position.

Target Audience: mid- to senior-level professionals.CFRE_ContEd_Logo14


Dees, CharlesCharles R. Dees, Jr.
Vice President, University Advancement; President & COO
Foundation at NJIT





Freeman, GailGail L. Freeman
President & Founder
Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC

Kalish, MarkMark I. Kalish, CFRE
Kalish & Associates, Inc.

Racette, NancyNancy K. Racette, CFRE
Principal & COO
Development Resources, Inc.

April 1, 2008. Brookline, MA.Staff photos for Development Guild DDI.William Weber, Ed.D.
President, Principal
Development Guild/DDI

Read more about the speakers here.

Registration Fees Member Non-Member
Luncheon Registration Received by 12 pm April 8 $40 $60
Luncheon after 12 pm Tuesday, April 8 $50 $70
Workshop Registration Received by 12 pm April 8 $40 $60
Workshop after 12 pm Tuesday, April 8 $50 $70
We must pay for No Shows, so you will be charged if you cancel your reservation later than noon on Tuesday, April 8th. Cancellations must be in writing (fax or email).  
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