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Leveraging Admissions and Other Partnerships for Recruitment and Beyond
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When: Thursday, March 19, 2020
12PM - 1PM (MT)
Where: Webinar
United States
Contact: Maggie Brubaker

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Leveraging Admissions and Other Partnerships for Recruitment and Beyond
Private Foundations & Institutions Joint Learning Circle


Whether you work for a scholarship program at a university or serve as an off-campus provider, partnerships with university admissions and other campus resources can be a game changer for scholarship organizations. Presenters will share examples of successful collaborations, as well as a flow chart of strategic questions designed to help providers explore their readiness for such a relationship.

This program is part of the Private Foundations and Colleges & Universities Learning Circle series, but is open to everyone, regardless of organization type.


Tiffany Anderson
Director of Programs
Boettcher Foundation

Chaffee Viets
Office of Special Scholarships
Georgia Tech

Presenter Bios
Tiffany Anderson oversees the Boettcher Foundation’s portfolio of programs and grants
including the Boettcher Scholarship, Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Awards and other grants. She also serves as the foundation’s primary contact for scholarship relations. Before joining the foundation team, Tiffany developed and directed the Leeds Scholars Program at the University of Colorado’s Leeds School of Business. Prior to that, she served as the program director and senior program manager of the Presidents Leadership Class at CU Boulder for 10 years.

Tiffany is originally from a farm in Idalia—a small town on the eastern Colorado plains. For perspective, there were only 10 people in Tiffany’s high school graduating class. From
there, she attended the University of Colorado Boulder.

Tiffany is an advocate for K-12 education and has also been active in numerous educational task forces in our state. She and her husband, Jason, live in Broomfield with their three energetic children, Hunter, Adelynn and Sophia. In her free time, Tiffany enjoys participating in service activities with her family, watching her son’s band and her daughters’ soccer games, or exploring some of Colorado’s local breweries.

Chaffee Viets has spent two decades working with scholarship students nationwide, joining Georgia Tech in August 2011. He has experienced scholarship programs as both a student scholar and an administrator, recognizing the challenges, opportunities and responsibilities faced by highly talented students. Chaffee spent most of his career at NC State University with the Park Scholarships and Caldwell Fellows programs, followed by a cycle with Duke's and UNC-Chapel Hill's Robertson Scholars Leadership Program. Under Chaffee’s tenure at Georgia Tech, the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation made a landmark gift resulting in the renaming of the program he leads as the Stamps President’s Scholars Program.

Free for NSPA members
$35 for non-members*
*If you 
apply for NSPA membership within two weeks after this webinar, the webinar cost will be applied toward your membership.

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