Scholarship Programs: Challenges and Solutions
|Time:||1:00 PM - 3:00 PM|
|Location:||The Graustein Memorial Fund, Hamden, CT|
For staff and trustees of grantmaking organizations
SAVE THE DATE
Private scholarships, such as those awarded by many Connecticut foundations, businesses, and civic groups, are an essential ingredient in the financial aid packages of many traditional and nontraditional students. Most scholarship funders seek to make a meaningful difference in the amount of money students and their families must pay or borrow for college costs. What are the issues scholarship funders are facing and how can they be addressed?
This is an opportunity for scholarship funders to come together to discuss current issues and trends in scholarship grantmaking. Explore new approaches to making effective scholarship grants and share your experiences in administering this increasingly important and complex type of grantmaking. The program will encourage full participation and discussion to provide an opportunity for all attendees to share and learn.
Maria Falvo, Chief Operating Officer, American Savings Foundation
Jennyfer Holmes, Scholarship and Donor Services Officer, Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
Tara Spain, Vice President, Travelers Foundation
Maggie Osborn, President, Connecticut Council for Philanthropy - Discussion leader
The program is free to Council members.
Non-members may attend with a $25 registration fee.
Advance registration is required.
To register, contact Deb Werner at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 860-525-5585.