What’s Greater Than the Sum of Our [DHL@SHA] Classes??
The Developing History Leaders @ SHA experience, of course!! And in order to help make the experience available to history professionals who need additional support, the Denny O’Toole Scholarship was started by the SHA Alumni Committee a few years ago. To date, this scholarship has sent 3 folks to DHL@SHA who might not have been able to attend otherwise. A $3,000 value, this scholarship and experience WILL make a huge difference in the recipient’s career.
This year, to make the fundraising more interesting, a friendly class competition was started and our esteemed chair, Jamie Glavic, just sent out the latest standings with a surprising twist!
1996: $100 2009: $295
2004: $230 2010: $270
2006: $20 2011: $410
2007: $200 2012: $675
2008: $150 2013: $180
The New Top Three
The Class of 2012 is killing it! And 2009 just passed class of 2010 on the leader board.
If you’re an alum of the program, where does your class stand? Do you need to light a fire under your class to support the program that brought you together and helped you create your own unique network? Make a donation for this program and support your class! The class competition ends July 15, 2014, with a trophy for the winning class to be given away at the AASLH Annual Meeting (appropriately themed “Greater than the Sum of Our Parts”) in St. Paul, MN, so get your donation in. Click here to donate and select the SHA Denny O’Toole Scholarship Fund. Thank you for your continued support!
If you’re considering attending DHL@SHA, this is an example of the program alumni’s dedication in that, for many years later, these folks still feel so strongly about the DHL@SHA experience that they’re supporting this wonderful scholarship…If you want to see how this all ends up and learn more about the program, watch this blog, email Bob Beatty at beatty@AASLH.org or join us at the DHL@SHA reception in St. Paul. We look forward to seeing you there!
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