Conference includes presentation on parent programming
The Council for Advancement and Support of Education selected Binghamton staff to present “Premiere Parent Programming & Portfolio Possibilities” as part of a CASE conference in Washington, D.C. The presentation included information about the collaboration between Binghamton’s divisions of Advancement and Student Affairs to provide effective parent programs, outreach and development. Attendees were given information about programming, structure and collaboration strategies related to parent initiatives and fundraising opportunities.
Binghamton’s Parents Leadership Council is one example of how parents and the University are working together to enrich the student experience.