Monday, July 2, 2012

Wake Forest Looks to Fill Fund Raising Post

Wake Forest University is starting its new fiscal year today, and we found out through the website that the school is looking to hire a new assistant director for the Schools of Business Fund.

As you may recall, this is the fund that was set to receive a $200,000 donation from Mike Farrell and Dave Wahrhaftig if the university met its 1,000 new donors in 60 days challenge.

We're anxiously waiting to hear if the Schools of Business was able to meet the challenge to receive the added funding! It is also unclear if they were able to meet their fiscal year fundraising goal of more than $2 million.

According to the job listing, the assistant director would manage annual fundraising efforts for the Schools of Business, including direct mail, email, postcards and project-based efforts. The position also requires personal visits to potential donors (about a third of the director's time would be spent on the road). Wake Forest is accepting applications through July 13. It is unclear whether this is a new position.

Anyway, felt it was worth sharing in case anyone is interested, or knows someone who wants to reconnect with the Wake Forest University Schools of Business. You can click the link above to apply.

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