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  • Adventist Resource
    Lifeline - A Handbook for Small School Success Kindergarten-Grade 8
    This valuable North American Division small school teacher/principal manual includes checklists, ideas, options, important things to do and remember, problem-solving strategies, teaching strategies, and professional development information. The handbook can...

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    A Million Dollars for Your School - The Basics to School Development Preschool-Grade 12
    Sponsored by Philanthropic Service for Institutions (PSI), this 2018 NAD breakout session was designed to "give practical ways to increase the financial support for the educational mission God has given your school." See the slides for details.

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    A Quick Start Guide - Home and School Association Leader Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Home and School Associations are formed by parents supporting the Adventist school(s) their children attend. This booklet includes sections on: promoting Adventist education, planning meetings and events, communicating with the church, encouraging parents...

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    AU Leadership and Educational Administration Tertiary-Lifelong
    The Andrews University Educational Administration Department offers an innovative and creative way to meet your certification requirements online. Courses include: Principles of Educational Supervision, Human Resources Administration, Technology for Leaders,...

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    Board Members' Guidebook East-Central Africa Division 2008 Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This East-Central Africa Division handbook contains excerpts of presentations made during the Board members' seminar organized and conducted by the ECD Leadership and Education Department. This guide was compiled to assist in fostering an understanding of...

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    Building Your Fundraising Team - Avoiding the Solo Performance Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "It’s vital to develop a functional and professional team of volunteers, board members, colleagues, and others who participate in the fundraising process. This 2012 NAD session PPT and handout provides suggestions and materials for building a successful fundraising team."

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    Career Opportunities in Philanthropy Grade 12-Lifelong
    Job openings in development targeted to an audience of executives, managers and professionals visiting this site. Individuals who are organization members are encouraged to keep their resumes posted on this site as a reference for employers.

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    Creative Teaching Through Community Involvement Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Frieda Mattson shares how community involvement can become an essential part of the school curriculum. Shares are steps toward greater community involvement and media exposure for Adventist schools.

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    Educational Leadership in the 21st Century: Challenges and Expectations Kindergarten-Lifelong
    A summary of major issues facing school leadership in the 21st century, this article posits that a clear understanding of the issues will enable Adventist educational administrators and teachers to prepare for the future. Topics include: Modeling Leadership;...

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    Eight Pet Peeves of Adventist College and University Board Members Tertiary-Lifelong
    Richard Osborn addresses the challenges of serving on college and university boards by identifying 8 complaints/concerns board members often share. He offers solutions for each one, and suggests that implementing the solutions will enable boards, collectively...

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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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    Establishing and Improving Fundraising at Your School Preschool-Tertiary
    Interested in creating or expanding your current fundraising efforts? Worried about hidden pitfalls or missteps? This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation combines best practice theory and concrete suggestions that allow educational fundraising programs to grow successfully.

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    How Safe Are the Food and Beverages at Your School? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Improper handling of food can have terrible consequences at a school. The authors explain possible risks resulting from improper food handling and provide recommendations for lowering risk, including how to train food-service employees at your school and improve...

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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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    JAE Editorial: Possibilities Ahead Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Calvin Rock expresses his convictions about the importance of education to the church's welfare. The Adventist Review and the Integration of Faith and Learning Institute are discussed. Scholarship programs and endowments, a strong elementary and secondary...

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    Mission Enablers Preschool-Grade 12
    Note: Mission Enablers is no longer active, but archived articles are accessible. Mission Enablers consults primarily with Christian schools to create and implement plans that enhance their mission, build their capacity to serve, and improve their...

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    Mission Enablers: Nonprofit Fundraising and Volunteer Management Blog Grade 1-Grade 12
    "Fundraising is the life-blood. Receiving a gift is helpful. The stronger the relationship with the donor the more helpful the gifts are. Strong relationships are what see us through the tough times. Organizations with strong relationships have found weathering the recent economic storm easier. This blog provides ideas for building and sustaining strong relationships."

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    Mission Enablers: Nonprofit Leadership blog Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "[Being mission centric] is how one serves clients and fulfills the mission. It is how one creates a competitive advantage and becomes distinguishable from others. It is what the donors pay for. In short, it is why every nonprofit exists."

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    Perceptions and Possibilities of Fundraising - What Works, What Doesn't, and What's Next?! Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This 2018 NAD convention breakout sessions focused on "what it takes to add successful fundraising to an organizational function, who should be involved, how to develop a program, what pitfalls might there be, and how to improve an existing program."...

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    PET 10-03: Panorama of Educational Thoughts Preschool-Grade 12
    Download Vaughn Jennings' March 2010 newsletter for Adventist teachers in North America. This edition features ways to raise funds for your school.

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    Philanthropic Service for Institutions - PSI Grade 9-Lifelong
    PSI is the Adventist church's department of philanthropy. PSI works in a consulting role with the fundraising programs of Adventist colleges, universities, academies, and hospitals. This site contains a fundraising resource database and on-line library.

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    Practical Public Relations Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Despite limited financial resources, schools can do much to create positive perceptions and build relationships with the community, parents, prospective students, and the media. This article gives practical and creative examples of building relationships with...

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    Service Learning in Thailand Grade 5-Grade 8
    Patricia Foster and Wilfred Rieger describe a successful service-learning project in Thailand. Students of the Adventist International Mission School partnered with the Rangist Babies' Home, a government institution in Thailand. This article shares the rationale,...

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    Technology in Education: The Administrator's Role Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Technology in education must be a planned endeavor, not an afterthought. Administrators must consider budgeting, teacher preparation, school mission and goals, teaching and learning methodologies, and parental involvement when determining the technology needs...

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    Technology Planning - A Guide for School Boards Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Every Adventist school needs to have a technology plan that is supported by its governing board, administration, and teaching staff. To ensure successful use of technology in the classroom, school boards should follow five basic steps: Visioning, Planning, Modeling, Funding, and Training.

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    The 24/50 Project Grade 1-Grade 12
    This project was created to inspire students to do something for God. One group raised $1500 in 24 hours to build a church in Africa! I hope this project will bless you as much as it did us.

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    The Financial Report - Keep It Simple and Understandable Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Financial reports can often bring blank, dazed, or confused stares from board members. Penner outlines suggestions for presenting financial reports that will engage board members in making informed decisions, and promote active participation in discussing...

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    The role, status and qualifications of the chief advancement officer in selected institutions of higher education Tertiary
    Purpose: The purpose of this study was to gather data concerning the role status and qualifications of chief advancement officers serving in American private colleges and universities. Specifically, this study collected information relating to personal...

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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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    Your Fundraising Toolbox - What are the tools and how do I use them? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention session explains all the fundraising tools available to Adventist schools in North America, how to determine which ones are right for your school, and how to become proficient in the tools of your choice.