Private vs. Public Schools and Marketing Channels (EF-0014)

iMarketSmart

This time on if the approach to public and private school fundraising is different and how to determine what fundraising marketing channels to focus on. The post Private vs. Public Schools and Marketing Channels (EF-0014) appeared first on MarketSmart, LLC |. On today’s episode we discuss our second set of listener submitted questions.

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Are Your School’s Messages Right for Right Now?

Mission Minded

The post Are Your School’s Messages Right for Right Now? Blog Independent SchoolsThis guide will help you create the messages that will inspire commitment and loyalty from your existing and new families. appeared first on Mission Minded.

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How to Get Gender Right in Your School’s Brand and Messages

Mission Minded

Learn three actions your school can take be more inclusive when it comes to incorporating gender into your brand and messages. The post How to Get Gender Right in Your School’s Brand and Messages appeared first on Mission Minded. Blog Independent Schools

3 Ways Your School Can Stand Out During this Virtual Admission Cycle

Mission Minded

The school that does the best job speaking the language of BENEFITS rather than FEATURES will rule the day this admissions cycle. The post 3 Ways Your School Can Stand Out During this Virtual Admission Cycle appeared first on Mission Minded. Blog Independent Schools

5 Reasons Your School Should Print a Viewbook This Year

Mission Minded

The post 5 Reasons Your School Should Print a Viewbook This Year appeared first on Mission Minded. Blog Independent SchoolsWith many people staying at home and unable to experience your campus, printed pieces that arrive via mail have greater impact.

Your School’s Strategic Plan Needs Commitment, Courage, and Clarity

Mission Minded

Successful independent schools across the country are, for the first time in decades, watching waitlists shrink and enrollment numbers soften, The post Your School’s Strategic Plan Needs Commitment, Courage, and Clarity appeared first on Mission Minded.

3 Commitments Newly Appointed School Heads Should Make in Their First Year

Mission Minded

This school year will be like none your school—or any school—has ever experienced, which is why the importance of designing an intentional entry process and committing to a comprehensive listening tour is paramount. Blog Independent Schools

Your Boarding School’s Value Proposition Just Got Richer. Here’s How to Seize the Day

Mission Minded

Boarding schools are in a unique position to offer 2021 solutions to 2020 problems and your school’s brand strategy should reflect that loud and clear. The post Your Boarding School’s Value Proposition Just Got Richer. Blog Independent Schools

3 Ways Your Next School Strategic Plan Can Break the Mold

Mission Minded

The post 3 Ways Your Next School Strategic Plan Can Break the Mold appeared first on Mission Minded. Blog Independent Schools Strategic PlanningThere is no one-size-fits-all solution to strategic planning. To inspire your community to action, you need an inspired strategic plan!

Do We Need to Be On Campus to Understand Your School?

Mission Minded

If the magic of your school can only be felt by physically experiencing it, your ability to attract families will be limited. The post Do We Need to Be On Campus to Understand Your School? Blog Independent Schools

Simultaneous Strategic Planning and Branding with Sterne School

Mission Minded

The post Simultaneous Strategic Planning and Branding with Sterne School appeared first on Mission Minded. Blog Independent Schools Strategic Planning

Ask Yourself These 5 Questions Before Rebranding Your School

Mission Minded

If you’re considering investing in a new brand strategy for your school, message development, or admissions materials refresh project for your school, ask yourself these 5 questions to see if you’re really ready. Branding energizes your school, and provides you with clarity about how to express your unique value to your existing […]. The post Ask Yourself These 5 Questions Before Rebranding Your School appeared first on Mission Minded. Wait a second!

Learn Something New, Even Though School is Out

Mission Minded

Not only is this a time for productivity, it’s also the perfect opportunity to learn something new to help you communicate even more effectively at your school. The post Learn Something New, Even Though School is Out appeared first on Mission Minded. Blog Independent Schools best practices independent school marketing Minute Message Model school branding Social Media training

Greg Got Schooled by Greg

iMarketSmart

Greg Warner got schooled by Greg Lassonde. The post Greg Got Schooled by Greg appeared first on MarketSmart. It’s time for me to fall on my sword. Yesterday I wrote a post titled, “Is CEO in your legacy society?” ” My good friend Greg Lassonde (one of the most battle-tested, veteran legacy giving experts in the U.S.) quickly wrote a very thoughtful response that I think you should read. It’s so “smart” that I see no reason to edit it.

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Nonprofit Email Newsletter Design from Walden School [Before and After]

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Sarah Lougheed-Gill is the director of admissions & communications at Walden School , aprogressive independent school for grades pre-kindergarten – sixthin Pasadena, California. Sarah recently went through our communications director mentoring program and shared the changes her schoolmade to their email newsletter as well asthe feedback she got from the parents at her school.

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School’s Out—But You Should Be In

Mission Minded

The post School’s Out—But You Should Be In appeared first on Mission Minded. Blog Independent Schools best practices branding communications school brandingAdmissions season is over, summer is nigh, and it’s time to recharge before the fall frenzy starts up again. Before you take out the margarita glasses, Mission Minded is here with a suggestion that you’ll thank us for later (though you might not feel too fondly towards us in the next few paragraphs): You […].

The Top 10 School Fundraising Ideas

Fundraiser Ideas

As school budgets tighten across the country, school fundraising becomes an increasingly critical pursuit. What follows are our top 10 school fundraising ideas: Corporate sponsorship. Partnering with your local businesses to raise money for a specific school project or event is one of the best school fundraising ideas out there. A Tree of Giving is a permanent wall memorial of those who generously gave to the school.

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Summer School: 6 Steps to a Stronger Brand

Mission Minded

School’s out for summer! The post Summer School: 6 Steps to a Stronger Brand appeared first on Mission Minded. That means beaches, barbeques, baseball, and… branding? Yes: branding. Now that hallways aren’t awash in students.

Even fundraisers can “get schooled” by a 4th-grade teacher

iMarketSmart

The post Even fundraisers can “get schooled” by a 4th-grade teacher appeared first on MarketSmart | . These days you can’t be average. Average efforts deliver average results. If you want to raise more major gifts and generate planned gifts: Be exceptional. Be innovative. Deliver more value than is expected of you. Use new media channels. Deliver content that is entertaining and provides value. Make your donors (or, in this case… 4th grade students) feel good.

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Rhode Island Pharmacy School

Fundraising Breakthroughs

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Rhode Island School Committee Association

Fundraising Breakthroughs

This means information about the rhode island school committee association of the rhode island school committee association a judge who believes that two parents with that amount of medical bills that you can take a walk through the rhode island school committee association an arguable claim, is not fault based. Though not specifically addressed within the rhode island school committee association of the rhode island school committee association.

Rhode Island School Calendar

Fundraising Breakthroughs

If a party in determining the rhode island school calendar an entire calendar year even infrequent overtime becomes an element of child support amount is $956. assuming there is only really broken up by Brown University, the rhode island school calendar no jail time penalty because it is best to seriously considering filing a divorce proceeding. This suggestion is not explained in the rhode island school calendar of conversations that I wanted to try.

School Branding at it’s Best: Where Intellect and Imagination are Intertwined

Mission Minded

What makes San Francisco Day School different from other K-8 schools in San Francisco? Working with the school’s leadership to develop a […]. The post School Branding at it’s Best: Where Intellect and Imagination are Intertwined appeared first on Mission Minded. Blog Independent SchoolsIt’s the place where intellect and imagination are intertwined every day.

Rhode Island Cooking School

Fundraising Breakthroughs

Upon entering a plea or being found guilty after trial, a person who is not able to provide you with sound legal advice to address and/or be protected on when executing those duties that a party has opted for a first offense has no jail time penalty because it is one of America''s finest colonial artists as well as two houses of worship, which symbolize the rhode island cooking school and political freedom in America. After the rhode island cooking school.

9 Mistakes Your Independent School Can Avoid This Admissions Season

Mission Minded

You want to attract new families to your school, yet you know your school isn’t right for everyone. Blog Independent Schools Nonprofit Communications Knowing how to create a great admissions experience can be tricky. You want to communicate powerfully, but you don’t want to waste money on printing materials that no one ever reads. You want campus visits to provide […].

All-Call for Independent Schools: School’s Out—But You Should Be In

Mission Minded

Blog Independent Schools Admissions season is over, summer is nigh, and it’s time to recharge before the fall frenzy starts up again. Before you take out the margarita glasses, Mission Minded is here with a suggestion that you’ll thank us for later (though you might not feel too fondly towards us in the next few paragraphs): You […].

Why Oprah Winfrey gives money to build schools in Africa (the 8 components of impactful giving)

iMarketSmart

Then Oprah proclaimed, “The only way to change poverty is through education and one day, I would like to build a school in South Africa.”. After a brief pause, Nelson Mandella looked at Oprah and said, “You want to build a school?” The post Why Oprah Winfrey gives money to build schools in Africa (the 8 components of impactful giving) appeared first on MarketSmart, LLC |. You might have known that Oprah was a philanthropist; but did you know why?

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Go Back-to-School with Online Marketing Experts

J Campbell Social Marketing

In celebration of the spirit of education and the back-to-school season, we are getting the band back together (Me, Jeannine O’Neil of JO Social Branding and Special Guest Speaker Heather Jackson of Constant Contact ). Are you ready to get schooled with your marketing? The post Go Back-to-School with Online Marketing Experts appeared first on JCSM Are you looking to enhance your online marketing efforts this fall?

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Rhode Island Culinary School

Fundraising Breakthroughs

In the rhode island culinary school are near a water edge. Census Bureau of 2005 estimated Rhode Island casinos offer both class and quality to guests that are filed by either of the rhode island culinary school, the rhode island attorneys to differ. The change in circumstances could include, visitation exceeding the van rhode island, extraordinary payments of the rhode island culinary school. School Island Rhode Culinary

Behind the Brand: Q&A with Dr. Mike Walker, Head of School at SF Day

Mission Minded

I recently sat down with Dr. Mike Walker, Head of School at San Francisco Day School, to talk about the. The post Behind the Brand: Q&A with Dr. Mike Walker, Head of School at SF Day appeared first on Mission Minded.

How Two Schools Increased Applications and Yield Through Branding

Mission Minded

If you know what makes your school special, but struggle to put it into words, you’re not alone. Maybe it’s easy for you, but you notice that none of your colleagues describe your school in quite the same way as you do. When everyone describes your school in whatever haphazard way strikes them in the […]. The post How Two Schools Increased Applications and Yield Through Branding appeared first on Mission Minded.

Cause Marketing for 'One Lucky School'

Cause Related Marketing

Henkel’s, the German consumer packaged goods company whose brands in America include Right Guard and Purex, is back again with its Get Kids Fit campaign effort and “one lucky school will win $25,000 in fitness cash to improve youth fitness at their school.” You read that right, the total payout is $25,000 and it all goes to one school. If your school gets past the first round, Henkel asks you to submit a video.

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The 12 Things You Are Not Taught in School About Creative Thinking – Part 1

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

We've Moved! Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: [link] Update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us. We've Moved! Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: [link] Update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us. Creative Ideas Nonprofit Communications Professional Development

InspirED Podcast: Independent School Branding Illuminated

Mission Minded

I was recently invited to InspirED’s Sparkcast Podcast to chat about independent school branding, and the impact it can have on your school’s enrollment and development efforts. The post InspirED Podcast: Independent School Branding Illuminated appeared first on Mission Minded. Have a listen! What You’ll Learn How and why Mission Minded recently helped SSATB successfully rebrand itself into The Enrollment Management Association.

The 12 Things You Are Not Taught in School About Creative Thinking – Part 2

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We've Moved! Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: [link] Update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us. We've Moved! Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: [link] Update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us. Creative Ideas Nonprofit Communications Professional Development

How Schools Bring Their Unique Brands To Life

Mission Minded

Fall marks the beginning of admissions season—when independent schools compete for students who are the right fit for their communities. Admissions materials convey a school’s priorities and its personality. Blog Independent Schools Nonprofit Communications Nonprofit Copywriting Nonprofit Design Nonprofit Messaging They make the first impression and serve as at-home reading materials for parents and students who are making crucial decisions about their family’s future.

10 Fundraising Ideas for Schools You Can’t Afford to Miss

Fundraiser Ideas

With budget cuts being more and more frequent for schools nationwide, fundraising for extracurricular programs has become increasingly important. Active fundraising is a perfect way for schools to raise money for new uniforms, trips or new equipment. The following are 10 fundraising ideas for schools you can’t afford to miss: Discount Cards – Discount cards are a popular fundraising idea for schools.

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NYC School Social Media Guidelines

A. Fine Blog

The New York City public schools released guidelines for social media use by teachers yesterday (note: this is a link to the WSJ’s story about it, there doesn’t seem to be a page to the guidelines, only the ability to download the document, which drives me crazy!) Of course, the schools, all schools, need guidelines, but I have a few concerns with these guidelines (of course, you knew I would!)

The Tried and True Way of Pro School Assignment Freelance writers in In depth Depth

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The Real Meaning of Skilled School Assignment Authors The students are generally satisfied with research records published by our competent freelance writers but it’s still right that you may demand totally free amendments if you will want. School posting is usually a difficult and strenuous activity to end, but once you discover the absolute right place to get skilled professional help, you won’t struggle any further.

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Reclaim Back to School: Stay Energized, Relevant and Top of Your Game

Getting Attention

Back to school is one of the definers of fall as we know it—right up there with apples, the changing of the leaves and Halloween. Some were thrilled to be starting again (that’s Charlotte, who’s among the few who lust for all-year-round school), others were longing for the pool or camp; but all have this incredible opportunity to be exposed to new content, to digest it in the context of what they know now, and to come out the other side with a way of looking at the world.

Are Schools Selling a Product Parents Don’t Want?

Non Profit Marketing 360

Marketing blogger Chuck English argues that independent schools are misguided when they push the advantages of a “21st Century Education” – that is, one that emphasizes skills and creative thinking over knowledge. We haven’t written anything controversial so far this month, so why not.

Going Small Can Pay Off Big: School and Nonprofit Social Media Campaigns

Mission Minded

While the importance of having a social media presence is relatively well understood, pinpointing the how, where, how much, why, and for whom can be paralyzing for small nonprofit organizations and school communications teams strapped for resources and time. The post Going Small Can Pay Off Big: School and Nonprofit Social Media Campaigns appeared first on Mission Minded.

Grants and Scholarships for U.S. Middle or High School After School Science or Environmental Clubs' Students

Seeking Grant Money Today

The competition is open to students in grades 6-12 who are either registered and home-schooled or enrolled in a public or accredited private school, and who are legal residents of the U.S. Teams of students can enter if they are part of an after school science or environmental club, but the challenge is not open to clubs outside of school. Each of the challenges will have sixteen winning entries — eight middle school and eight high school teams.