Enews - March 8, 2018

 
 

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CCAE is Halifax-bound. Join us, June 5 - 7!

As the early registration deadline for the 2018 CCAE National Conference approaches on May 1, now is the time to review sessions, presenters, keynotes and two tailored, pre-conference workshops.

Preview #ccae2018 via video.

Register for the National Conference by May 1 for best rates.

Add a half-day pre-conference workshop - one for new advancement professionals, the other for senior advancement leaders - on Tuesday afternoon, June 5 to maximize your learning and networking.

Book your hotel room.

Plan your journey. Halifax and all of Nova Scotia offer prime destinations.

Review the growing list of #ccae2018 Sponsors.


CCAE seeks full-time Communications & Marketing Officer

CCAE seeks a skilled professional to fill a full-time position as the bilingual Communications & Marketing Officer. The successful candidate will provide leadership in the development and implementation of CCAE’s overall communications and marketing strategy to raise the profile of the organization, notably among educational advancement professionals.

For a complete position description and application information, visit the Job Postings section of the CCAE website. Send the application and resumé to Mark Hazlett, CCAE Executive Director by e-mail (haz@ccaecanada.org) by Friday, March 16, 2018.

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CCAE members in Ontario: Apply by March 30 for CCAE Scholarships

CCAE offers three scholarships for advancement professionals who work at CCAE member institutions in Ontario:

  • The Paul Webb Scholarship
  • The CCAE Ontario Regional Chapter Scholarship, and
  • The Richard Lim Professional Development Scholarship.

The application deadline for all three scholarships is Friday, March 30, 2018. For details and application forms, visit the CCAE website.

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TD Insurance Fellowships build confident professionals

Carly Wethersett received a TD Insurance Fellowship at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) in 2004. Her story illustrates the diverse range of roles to which TD Insurance Fellows are eminently suited.

CCAE: What has been your career path in the 14 years since your TDI Fellowship?

Carly Wethersett: I am currently Director of Marketing and Communications for West Coast Machinery in Langley, BC. After completing my TD Insurance Fellowship in 2004, I stayed at BCIT for nine years. I started as an event assistant for BCIT Alumni Relations, then moved to a Program and Marketing Assistant role for the BCIT/UBC Biotechnology program, and then became a Marketing and Communications Strategist in the BCIT Marketing and Communications department for five years.

In early 2013, I moved to the private sector, and I’m very happy with my current role in a progressive, medium-sized construction and truck equipment company.

CCAE: What did you learn in your Fellowship year that has served you well in your career?

Carly Wethersett: It was my first full-time professional role and it taught me a lot about working with multiple stakeholders in a large organization. The networking was unparalleled due to the structure of the Fellowship and the expectation that we would continue to attend the CCAE National Conference annually.

CCAE: What advice do you have for aspiring TDI Fellowship candidates?

Carly: Advancement of education is a very fulfilling career path that encourages you to grow your knowledge and skills, and the TDI Fellowship is an excellent opportunity to jump-start your career in areas you may not yet be aware of. Be open to learning and take on every new project with enthusiasm and an optimistic attitude.

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Carly Wethersett, 2004 TD Insurance Fellow

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