Boston University Academy (BUA) is an academically rigorous independent day school for grades nine through twelve located on Boston University’s campus. BUA seeks a full-time Director of Institutional Advancement with two primary functions. First, to lead and implement BUA’s fundraising operations, which include annual, capital, endowment, planned giving, and stewardship. Second, strategic oversight of Institutional Advancement efforts—fundraising, constituent relations, and marketing and communications. The Director of Institutional Advancement will oversee the preparation and planning for, and ultimately the execution of, BUA’s first-ever comprehensive campaign in the near future. Candidates must possess strong strategic and tactical project management skills and should have at least seven to ten years of relevant development experience.
Founded in 1993, Boston University Academy (BUA) is an academically rigorous independent day school located on the Boston University campus. BUA is the only high school in New England that is part of a major research university, offering a distinctive curriculum to students in grades nine through twelve. BUA provides students with an unparalleled college preparatory program that combines liberal arts coursework with classes at Boston University. At BUA, students’ zeal for learning takes them as far as they are capable. Small class sizes and close relationships with faculty allow students to pursue their passions and nurture their talents. In eleventh and twelfth grade, students regularly complete up to 12 courses (equivalent to approximately 48 college credits) from the University’s undergraduate curriculum. BUA students in good academic and disciplinary standing gain automatic admission to Boston University. The school’s 186 students come from 62 cities and towns in the Greater Boston area.
BUA’s Mission: In our caring high-school community, students who love learning are challenged to think critically and read deeply, and to explore adventurously the wider world of learning at Boston University.