NCGS

 

Advocacy Tools

NCGS provides member schools with a wide variety of digital advocacy tools to help you make the case for girls’ schools. Maximize use of these exclusive resources to enhance your website, empower your leaders with information, engage your prospects, and educate your school community:

Infographics

NCGS offers a variety of impactful infographics and comparative research charts along with a digital version of our popular infographics poster. These visual statistics give prospective and current families and donors a quick snapshot of the unique benefits and outcomes of girls’ schools covering topics such as:

  • Dedication to how girls learn
  • Academic achievement
  • Inspirational environment
  • Building self-confidence
  • Developing leadership skills
  • Higher aspirations
  • Success in STEM

Put the infographics and charts to use in a variety of ways:

  • Embed throughout your school's website
  • Share on social media
  • Publish in your alumnae magazine
  • Enhance your fundraising materials

The infographic files and comparative research charts can be easily downloaded upon request. Please contact Olivia Haas to receive the link.

Videos

"The Girls' School Advantage: By the Numbers" slideshow and "The Power of All-Girls Schools" video make the persuasive case in support of girls' schools. "The Girls' School Advantage," available in both video and PDF formats, is a presentation of quantitative and qualitative research highlights from third-party experts. "The Power of All-Girls Schools" features girls' school students around the world describing how their all-girls educational experience is impacting and informing them as young women.

Here are just a few of the ways members can maximize use of these videos:

  • Heads can share them for inspiration at an all-staff/faculty meeting.
  • Admissions can play them during open houses, new parent orientations, back-to-school nights, and at recruiting fairs.
  • Alumnae Relations can air them at regional alumnae receptions and during reunions.
  • Development can show them to prospective donors to help make the case for the effectiveness of an all-girls education.
  • Communications can use information and quotes included in the videos in marketing materials.

Please contact Olivia Haas to request the video files.

"Raising Girls' Voices" blog

Featuring experts in girls' education and healthy development, follow the "Raising Girls' Voices" blog both as a professional development resource as well as an advocacy tool. Share blog articles with your school community via newsletters and social media.

Position your school and senior administrators as industry thought-leaders by submitting articles to "Raising Girls' Voices." Articles may be submitted for consideration to Olivia Haas.

Social Media

Follow NCGS on social media and repurpose content to supplement your school's social media feeds:

Member News

Learn about the latest happenings at NCGS member schools and have your school featured in Member News on the NCGS website.

For details about the types of stories NCGS is interested in receiving and/or to submit story ideas for your school, please contact Olivia Haas.

For additional ideas on how to take advantage of NCGS resources, check out our Maximize Your Membership page.

Infographic