Education, Innovation & Advancing Justice
The National Judicial College celebrates five decades of Education, Innovation and Advancing Justice with its Golden Anniversary in 2013. Our success can be attributed to our superb faculty, engaged judicial students and our many generous donors.
Donor support began with the College’s inception when the W.K. Kellogg Foundation provided the operating support for the first course in Boulder, Colorado. Soon after, the Max C. Fleischmann Foundation provided funding for the marvelous building on the University of Nevada, Reno campus that remains the College’s home today. In the last fifty years, foundations, alumni, corporations, law firms and generous individual donors, including our Board of Trustees, Board of Visitors and Faculty Council, have provided critical support for our world-class facility, technology improvements, programs and course updates as well as scholarships. In 2012, more than 3,500 judges attended the College’s courses and programs with 845 receiving scholarships.
Donors are invaluable to the health and future of The National Judicial College, and we thank you in advance for your new or renewed support. An investment can be made through a number of programs or by making an outright gift. To decide how your gift can best make a difference, please click here or you can donate now by using our secure, online donation site.
Thank you for celebrating 50 years of judicial excellence with support of one of our worthwhile programs. Feel free to contact me directly at (775) 327-8257 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
Gretchen Alt Sawyer
Director of Development/Communications
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