Central Development and Alumni Relations
The Penn Fund includes a team of Class Giving Directors who work in partnership with volunteers and development colleagues to achieve class fundraising goals with greatest emphasis on those under their management celebrating quinquennial reunions. Reporting to the Director of Class Giving and Reunion Programs, the Senior/Class Giving Director holds a high-performing position that inspires undergraduate alumni to support their alma mater through philanthropy and volunteerism. It is expected that they are a true collegial partner within the complex framework of Development and Alumni Relati
The Assistant Director (Onboarding & Retention) of the Penn Alumni Interview Program (PAIP) assists in the implementation of the alumni volunteer effort to help recruit, interview, and yield prospective students for Penn's undergraduate schools and programs. Reporting to the Director of the Penn Alumni Interview Program, the Assistant Director will assist in managing the university’s largest single alumni volunteer effort to promote outreach to prospective Penn students through the alumni network, while providing important applicant information to the Office of Admissions.
Serve as primary administrative support for the School and Center Annual Giving Support (SACAG) team. This department collectively supports all 23 recognized annual giving programs in various ways and specifically manages the central calling program for thirteen units.
The Undergraduate Financial Aid & Penn First Plus Development team (UGFA Dev) serves as the central driving and coordinating resource for activity related to fundraising, communications, and stewardship for Undergraduate Financial Aid and Penn First Plus (P1P). The department’s mission is to lead the philanthropic activity necessary to strengthen resources that make a Penn undergraduate education affordable and ensure that every student, regardless of financial circumstances and family background, can experience Penn to the fullest.
The Central Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations (CFR) is dedicated to establishing and maintaining strategic relationships between Penn and a wide range of local and national corporations and foundations. We focus specifically on identifying and connecting prospective institutional partners with Penn leaders and faculty members who have shared interests and complementary goals.
The Office of Parent Outreach and Development (Penn Parents) is the central resource for connecting undergraduate parents and families to the University. Through events, communications, volunteer opportunities and The Penn Fund, the Penn Parents team is committed to building relationships and creating avenues for parents to feel informed, connected and be uniquely involved in the life of the university and its advancement.
Reporting to the Senior Director of Development, the Assistant Director will have the responsibility to support University-wide annual giving initiatives in collaboration and in coordination with School and Center Annual Giving Staff. The Assistant Director will be responsible for data analytics supporting the calling programs, direct response activities and leveraging other initiatives that would benefit university-wide annual giving.
This position reports directly to the Senior Director of Gifts Accounting, Administration and Records under limited supervision. Responsible for all aspects of document imaging and works collaboratively with schools and centers on imaging needs and projects. Responsible for ensuring imaging policies and procedures are maintained. This position works directly with Gift Administrators, DAR staff, ISC and IT. In addition, this position performs various Record and Gift functions including online giving, checklist requests, school & center visits, and assists with updating constituent re
The Assistant Director of Alumni Relations for Penn Spectrum Programs plans, designs, and implements a series of programs, events and communications which involve and engage the aforementioned alumni populations with special emphasis on leadership groups and shared interest groups.
Central Development’s Major Gifts Program seeks to raise gifts of $250,000 or more across all functions of the University. The Program’s main office is based on campus in Philadelphia, with the New York Regional Office serving as the only satellite development operation for the University. Reporting to the Senior Director of Major Gifts for the New York Region, this position will provide general office management, administrative support and prospect management support to the Senior Director and two to three New York based major gift officers.