Enhance stewardship of your scholarship donors by implementing effective communication channels across your campus.
Learn how to more meaningfully engage your scholarship recipients and obtain pertinent information from all stakeholders to have a more impactful stewardship process. Be strategic and practical in your approach, but more importantly, be effective. Stewarding scholarship donors is a team effort. By implementing clear lines of communications early on, you can simplify the process and get what you need to create a cohesive donor experience. Join us to learn how to improve the way you receive and organize information from scholarship recipients, your financial aid team, and other partners on campus.
You’ll leave this webcast with unique policies, procedures, and timelines that your shop can implement immediately. Ultimately, you will be able to improve stewardship for your scholarship donors by:
- Ensuring timely and effective communication channels from the financial aid office to scholarship recipients
- Informing everyone involved in the process of their set timelines and expectations
- Building a cohesive and consistent scholarship donor experience in which they receive meaningful reporting
Who Should Attend
Stewardship and donor relations professionals who want to learn best practices in scholarship stewardship and reporting will leave this webcast with resources, tools, and ideas to improve how you educate partners on campus, obtain and organize scholarship information, and engage students in stewardship.
Our faculty will teach you how to:
- Establish effective policies
- Implement procedures and timelines
- Train your partners on campus
Together, these tactics will help you orchestrate a more cohesive and meaningful donor experience.
Director of Development, Donor Relations, University of Maryland
Michelle Milkovich is a donor relations professional with over seven years of experience. She currently serves the Director of Donor Relations for the A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland. The University of Maryland is in the middle of a $1.5 billion campaign, and the Clark School is responsible for 1/3 of the overall goal—the highest goal for any school or unit. At the Clark School, Michelle manages all aspects of donor relations including the awarding process and stewardship for over 500 scholarships and fellowships among eight different departments and business offices. Michelle has also held donor relations positions within Maryland Athletics and the University of Central Florida Golden Knights Club.
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