Volunteer for CRD

Get Involved. Make an Impact. Today.

CRD's strength lies in the roots of our organization: our members develop, implement, and deliver the training and programming for each other, thereby ensuring the relevancy and immediacy of content. We ask you often to share your knowledge and skills with your peers, to participate in the organization and governance of CRD and to take leadership roles. To inquire about current needs, please email us: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Benefits of Volunteering for CRD

For your college

  • Bring recognition to  programs and achievements at your college
  • Discover possibilities that can be adapted to your institution
  • Build partnerships for national and regional funding opportunities

For your profession

  • Contribute to the future of  community college resource development
  • Strengthen CRD through sharing your gifts of time and expertise
  • Pay forward the investment that others have made in your professional growth
  • Have a voice in issues of importance for community colleges

For yourself

  • Sharpen your leadership skills
  • Gain recognition
  • Build your resume
  • Make lasting connections with colleagues across the country
  • Explore new areas of interest
  • Develop broader perspectives
  • Know you are making a difference for your profession, your college,  and the communities and students you serve

Jennifer Yancey Joomla

"Coming from a career outside of academia, I had so much to learn about community college resource development when joining Victoria College in 2000. The best decision I ever made was to attend CRD’s Specialist Training Program. That experience and other CRD programming I have attended throughout the years have proven invaluable for me as a fundraiser and community college administrator. The members and leadership are always willing to share their knowledge, expertise and best practices. This has allowed Victoria College to be very successful in its resource development efforts.
And, I would be remiss if I didn’t say how much I value the friendships I have made through CRD!"

Jennifer L. Yancey
Vice President
College Advancement & External Affairs
Victoria College,TX