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  • Adventist Resource
    Conversations of Importance Tertiary-Lifelong
    Adventist colleges and universities must create an environment where conversations between older and younger Adventists can occur, creating an sense of community and a safety. Gordon Bietz addresses the threats to balanced conversations between these two groups, and suggests that revisiting the schools' vision in the areas of a Christ-centered campus, academic excellence, a distinct Seventh-day Adventist environment, an ethic of service, caring hospitality, and affordable education, will help establish a bond of mutual love and trust.

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    Engaging Alumni in Relationships that Lead to Giving Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Read the presentation from this 2018 NAD convention breakout session to learn how "everything you do reflects your school's core mission that drives alumni and donor relationships that can lead to vital charitable income for your school."

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    Is Fundraising for You? Advice from Successful Practioners Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Topics covered at this 2018 NAD convention breakout session included "the annual fund, finding and reaching out to donors who include alumni, acquiring major donors, use of events, matching gift programs, and more." See the presentation for details.

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    Relationships - Staying Connected With Alumni Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Reasons to carry on a systematic program of planned, personal, and continual contact with alumni include the opportunities that such a program provides for inviting them to attend annual alumni reunions, for advancing them in their careers, and for encouraging them in their personal relationship with Christ.

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    The demographics, psychographics, reasons for giving, and reasons for not giving of alumni donors and nondonors to two Seventh-day Adventist universities Tertiary
    The discovery of predictors of Adventist alumni giving behavior will assist university personnel both in identifying alumni who are potential donors and preparing effective funding proposals to optimize philanthropic education and resource acquisition. Additional study of the relationships between the various predictors of Adventist alumni giving behavior is recommended. Encouraging philanthropy, in general, by alumni appears to enhance alumni-giving behavior to their Adventist alma mater.

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    The Library: A Window of Opportunity Kindergarten-Lifelong
    How does the school library contribute to the mission of the school and open windows to a world of ideas, culture, dreams, and faith? Annette Melgosa shows how the library supports the philosophy of Adventist education.

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    The Renaissance Network Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation discusses an initiative of the Alumni Awards Foundation, a nonprofit organization working to improve Adventist K-12 education in North America. The Renaissance Network is an initiative that improves the level of excellence in schools by providing leadership, resources and training.

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    What Alumni Can Do For Their School Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article from the JAE special higher education issue suggests what alumni can do to increase the viability of their alma mater.

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    What is BECA? Alumni Giving Program Benefits Adventist Schools Tertiary-Lifelong
    BECA is the Business Executives Challenge to Alumni program. This program has increased unrestricted giving to annual fundraising campaigns through challenge grants that require matched giving. Moyers shares how this program benefits Adventist schools.

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    What is the Church's Commitment to Academe? Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article details the appropriations from the General Conference and other entities to education, and explains how this shows the value that the church places on education.