The Coalition Connection: November 15, 2018

Women's Philanthropy Resources

Today we recognize #NationalPhilanthropyDay. NCGS has created and assembled the following resources to help advance your school's philanthropy efforts:

Educating Girls Symposium

Call for proposals to present closes November 16, 2018. Submit your proposal today!

Leading Schools, Leading Girls: Preparing for the Future will address the competencies and skills necessary to be an effective leader and how schools are cultivating these skills in both the students and adults in their communities. Join us in New York City, February 20, 2019, at The Nightingale-Bamford School.

This Educating Girls Symposium is presented in partnership with the New York State Association of Independent Schools (NYSAIS).

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2019 NCGS Conference

Call for proposals to present closes November 16, 2018. Submit your proposal today!

The 2019 NCGS Conference, Dream, Dare, Do: Girls as Makers, Inventors, Engineers, and Entrepreneurs, will allow educators to explore and share ideas about the pedagogies, tools, physical space, and mindsets necessary to create environments in which girls can take risks, try new things, and shatter stereotypes. Check out the essential questions the conference address.

Join us in Los Angeles, June 24-26, 2019, at Westridge School.

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New "Why Girls' Schools?" Video

NCGS has released exclusively for its member schools a new video that answers the question, "Why Girls' Schools?"

Just a few of the ways you can use this new advocacy resource to help make the case for the effectiveness of an all-girls education:
  • Bolster your content by posting to social media and your school website.
  • Inspire your team by viewing at a faculty/staff meeting.
  • Persuade propsective and current parents by playing during campus events.
  • Engage supporters by sending to donors and trustees.

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