• Announcing the 2020 TDIMM Fellows!

    Zachary Robertson of the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) and Miruna Timotin of New Brunswick Community College (NBCC)

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  • 2020 CCAE National Conference

    REGISTRATION is open! Early-bird deadline is April 21, 2020

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  • Join your colleagues at the 2020 Stewardship & Donor Relations Summit

    March 19 & 20 - Toronto, ON

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  • The 2nd edition of the CASE-CCAE Support of Education Survey, Canada

    Participant Information, 2018 results & more

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Since 1993, The Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education (CCAE) embodies the voice of the Canadian advancement landscape, by connecting over 120-member schools to the pinnacle of advancement resources.

CCAE is a volunteer-led organization that promotes excellence in educational advancement. We provide opportunities for networking, professional learning and mutual support.

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The end of trends: Navigating the new era of uncertainty

CCAE 2018 National Conference Video Session

Sue Cunningham, President & CEO, CASE

From political upheaval to campus unrest, those working to advance education face a new narrative. From #CCAE2018 in Halifax, watch CASE President and CEO Sue Cunningham put this “new normal" in perspective and discuss its implications - amid uncertainty comes opportunity, for those willing to embrace it.

 

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