We are happy to announce the most recent hire at St Joseph Financial Services, Doug Erla! Doug joins our leadership team as the Chief of Staff, where he will work to ensure that the team at SJFS is able to best work towards our goal of streamlining the back offices of Catholic institutions. Read belowContinue reading “New Hire Announcement: Chief of Staff, Doug Erla!”
It is no secret that inflation has wreaked havoc on every facet of our daily lives – from increased prices at grocery stores, to the increases that we have all experienced at the gas pump, we are in a period of higher costs in the United States. So as a school administrator, how does thisContinue reading “Inflation and Tuition: How Your School Can Get Ahead in Cost-Setting “
Please join us in welcoming the newest member of the St. JFS leadership team, Geoff Turbiak! Geoff joins us as the new Director of Marketing and Experience at St. JFS, bringing experience from the automotive industry and a passion for the Catholic Church. Read below to get to know Geoff, and join us in welcomingContinue reading “New Hire Announcement: Geoff Turbiak”
Join us in welcoming the newest member of the St JFS team, Client Advisor Mark Mannerino! Where are you from, and where did you go to college? I’m from Pittsburgh, PA and attended college at St. Vincent College in Latrobe, PA. What drew you to StJFS? What made you want to join their team andContinue reading “Employee Spotlight: Mark D. Mannerino”
Join us as we welcome our newest client advisor, Adan Batres, to the St JFS team! Adan will be working with the schools in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. • Where are you from, and where did you go to college? I am from San Jose California and attended San Jose State University. I recently movedContinue reading “Employee Spotlight: Adan Batres”
Quick Hits: Endowments are a point of ambiguity for school officials, as the policies and stipulations tied to them can be difficult to navigate. There are two main types of restrictions placed on endowments: permanent and temporary. Permanent: Restrictions for the life of the gift; administrators can only spend the returns from the endowment, notContinue reading “Making Sense of Your School’s Finances: Endowments and Restrictive Funds “
Catholic education is famous for its quality, yet remains a minority in terms of students served across the country. With COVID now in its third calendar year, and suggestions for the cancellation of activities such as football games and band, many parents are looking to invest in their child’s education more than ever before. GapsContinue reading “Quick Take in the Catholic Education Marketplace: Current Affairs and Forward-Thinking Trends “
Take some time to get to know the newest member of the St JFS team, summer intern Kevin Lawrence! Where are you from, and where did you go to college? I am originally from Elmhurst, IL which is in the western suburbs of Chicago. I am a rising Junior at the University of Notre Dame. Continue reading “Employee Spotlight: Kevin Lawrence”
Get to know the newest member of the St JFS team, Jacquelyn O’Neill!
This imbalance between need and resources leads to the pivotal question – how does your institution make tuition assistance an effective tool without devaluing the education your school(s) provide?