National Conference 2016, The Creative Journey: #ccae2016
Registration is now open for the 2016 CCAE National Conference. The Creative Journey: Bridging Where We Are to Where We Want to Be - June 7 - 10 in Saskatoon, SK - will explore issues, solutions and best practices by and for Canadian advancement professionals at every experience level in key advancement disciplines.
Canada’s premier advancement conference offers the greatest value for your professional development budget. Why travel outside Canada and pay fees at the high U.S. dollar exchange rate? Learn, share and network with your Canadian colleagues in Saskatoon. The benefits are many:
- Sessions on today’s trends and tomorrow’s breakthroughs in Advancement Services, Alumni Relations, Communications / Marketing, and Development - with a cross-disciplinary emphasis.
- Three dynamic keynotes:
- W. Brett Wilson, Entrepreneur, philanthropist and former fan favourite on Dragon’s Den
- Janet Kestin and Nancy Vonk, the creative duo behind Dove’s Campaign for Real Beauty
- Kim Coates, Saskatoon native and actor; Sons of Anarchy star
- Timely round table discussions, with topics suggested and facilitated by CCAE members.
- One-day pre-conference workshop on June 7: Essentials for New Professionals in Advancement.
- Special events that showcase sophisticated Saskatoon (“The Paris of the Prairies”), including CCAE Social Night at the Western Development Museum - TripAdvisor’s number-one rated Thing to Do in all of Saskatchewan.
- Conference sessions at sparkling TCU Place.
- Lodging at special rates at the Sheraton Cavalier Saskatoon Hotel.
- Earn CFRE credits by attending.
View the Conference Schedule at a Glance.
Register now for the best rates.
TD Fellowships in Advancement 2016-17
CCAE Congratulates 2016-17 TD Fellows in Advancement
CCAE is very pleased to announce the two recipients of TD Fellowships in Advancement for 2016-17: Stacey de Molitor at Mount Saint Vincent University and Kara Reynolds at St. Lawrence College.
Review the outstanding profiles of the recipients on the CCAE website, and plan to congratulate Stacey and Kara during the 2016 CCAE National Conference in Saskatoon, SK.
CCAE is grateful to TD Insurance Meloche Monnex for funding these important Fellowships.
CCAE Congratulates 2016 Distinguished Service Award Recipients
CCAE is proud to announce the 2016 recipients of CCAE Distinguished Service Awards, which celebrate achievements in and contributions to Canadian advancement and education. Each recipient will be recognized at the CCAE Awards Evening on Wednesday, June 8th in Saskatoon, SK.
Read their remarkable profiles on the CCAE website.
The CCAE Rising Star Award recognizes accomplishments in the institutional advancement field by recipients who demonstrate early success as an advancement leader. As part of the Rising Star Award, the recipient is granted a Presidents’ Scholarship with a value of $2,000 to support participation in a CCAE professional development activity.
The 2016 CCAE Rising Star Award recipients are:
- Sarah B. MacDonald, Acting Manager of Annual Giving, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, Nova Scotia; and
- Tom Meadus, Director of Advancement, New Brunswick Community College, Fredericton, New Brunswick
The CCAE Outstanding Achievement Award, supported by Manulife Financial, recognizes a current or past CCAE member who has made extraordinary contributions to the field of educational advancement over a number of years.
The CCAE Outstanding Achievement Award recipient is:
David Palmer, Vice-President, Advancement, University of Toronto
The CCAE Friend of Education Award, supported by The Offord Group, recognizes outstanding service or commitment to post-secondary or independent school education by a volunteer, organization, foundation, corporation, or publication. The recipient has made a significant contribution in a leadership role to the cause of educational advancement or education in Canada.
The 2016 Friend of Education is: