School Development Program at NCEA convention

MT. LAUREL — The Catholic School Development Program announces that two of its team will be convention speakers at the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) convention next week.

Greg Geruson, director of the program, will be presenting “Selling Catholic Schools — The Family Approach,” and Senior Advancement Consultant, Beth Alfonsi will be co-presenting “So You Think You Can Merge?” Joining Beth as co-presenter will be Christine Willard, advancement director of John Paul II Regional School in Stratford.

Both sessions are anticipated to have 75 to 100 attendees. “It is a great opportunity for us to meet with Catholic educators and those committed to Catholic education and share best practices,” said Geruson. “It is always a positive and productive experience.”

Over 8,000 delegates and exhibitors will gather in Minneapolis April 6-9 for the 107th annual convention of the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) at the Minneapolis Convention Center.  The convention will feature over 300 professional development sessions and workshops.

The Catholic School Development Program of the International Education Foundation invests in the sustainability and growth of Catholic schools. CSDP provides pro bono consulting services to schools and diocesan leadership in a model of advancement that is focused on board governance, enrollment management, development, constituent relations and communications.

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