Alumni Affairs related articles

Harvard University — Executive Director, Alumni Relations and Resource Development

Harvard University — Executive Director, Alumni Relations and Resource Development

Oversee donor relations functions at HKS which include financial reporting, stewardship reporting, and creative donor recognition.

The Evergreen State College — Events Coordinator 3 (Working Title: Alumni and Development Events Coordinator)

The Evergreen State College — Events Coordinator 3 (Working Title: Alumni and Development Events Coordinator)

The Alumni and Development Events Coordinator is responsible for successfully coordinating and facilitating assigned alumni, fundraising, and other events that foster life-long relationships with the college, and increase and diversify revenue through private giving.

Virginia Commonwealth University — Associate Vice President of Alumni Relations

Virginia Commonwealth University — Associate Vice President of Alumni Relations

The AVP will have broad authority to work with university leadership to identify key deliverables, to develop the measures of effectiveness for the program, to reconstitute the volunteer governance and leadership of the organization and thus to move VCU into the vanguard of alumni organizations nationally.

Harvard University — Assistant Director, Alumni Affairs & Development, Time Limited

Harvard University — Assistant Director, Alumni Affairs & Development, Time Limited

The position provides detailed technical and logistical support for cultivation and recognition events in support of the Faculty of Arts and Science (FAS) Development department.

Harvard University — Staff Assistant, Harvard College Fund

Harvard University — Staff Assistant, Harvard College Fund

This full-time non-exempt position in the Harvard College Fund supports the work of two Assistant or Associate Directors, Harvard College Fund, who are each responsible for raising both capital and annual support from alumni and managing volunteer-led fundraising campaigns in a set of reunion and non-reunion classes.