January 30, 2016

Corporate Membership Benefits

Corporate Partnership ($5,000)

  1. Corporate Partners are allotted a cluster of 3 individual memberships to be distributed to individuals associated with the company, with all rights and privileges associated with Individual Membership
  2. Access to NAMEPA National Conferences at discounted rates
  3. Tap into the broad network of diversity-focused professionals
    • NAMEPA membership gives you access to a vast network MEP directors, higher education faculty and administrators, and other underrepresented minority (URM) advocates in academic institutions that allows you to expand partnership to increase diversity at NAMEPA institutions and your company
  4. Connect to high performing underrepresented minority engineering and STEM talent
    • Receive resumes of high-performing NAMEPA Scholars
    • Opportunity to provide additional scholarship funding to high performing students selected by NAMEPA
  5. Bolster URM student interest in and access to higher education in STEM fields
    • Opportunities for active support and community development through programs targeting pre-college students, parents, and educators. In addition, a portion of proceeds from membership dues are directed to undergraduate and graduate student scholarships at member institutions.
  6. Platforms for dissemination of best practices in diversity
    • National Conferences, monthly newsletters, website updates
    • Share stories of triumphs in moving towards the NAMEPA 2020 vision of parity in representation and performance
  7. NAMEPA Branding
    • NAMEPA will recognize all partners at their specific level in NAMEPA publications and on the NAMEPA website.
  8. Receive National and Institution specific data around enrollment and degrees awarded to underrepresented minority students
    • Corporate members will receive the Standard NAMEPA Data Digest, a data driven publication that allows partnership in overcoming barriers to student access and success in engineering and STEM fields. Our partnership will yield metric driven strategies to deal with unique challenges, raise the bar of excellence, and identify opportunities for transformative changes in the diversity landscape.

Senior Corporate Partnership ($15,000)

  1. Senior Corporate Partners are allotted a cluster of 10 individual memberships to be distributed to individuals associated with the company, with all rights and privileges associated with Individual Membership
  2. Access to NAMEPA National Conferences at discounted rates
  3. Connect to high performing underrepresented minority engineering and STEM talent through attendance of 1 selected representative at the NAMEPA Scholars Professional Development Conference Networking Dinner
    • Direct access to high-performing students selected by NAMEPA academic representatives at NAMEPA national conferences
    • Post internship, co-op, and full time employment opportunities directly to high performing students through NAMEPA listserv and website
    • Receive resumes of high-performing NAMEPA Scholars
    • Opportunity to provide additional scholarship funding to high performing students selected by NAMEPA
  4. Tap into the broad network of diversity-focused professionals
    • NAMEPA membership gives you access to a vast network MEP directors, higher education faculty and administrators, and other URM advocates in academic institutions that allows you to expand partnership to increase diversity at NAMEPA institutions and your company
  5. Bolster URM student interest in and access to higher education in STEM fields
    • Opportunities for active support and community development through programs targeting pre-college students, parents, and educators. In addition, a portion of proceeds from membership dues are directed to undergraduate and graduate student scholarships at member institutions.
  6. Platforms for dissemination of best practices in diversity
    • National Conferences, monthly newsletters, website updates
    • Share stories of triumphs in moving towards the NAMEPA 2020 vision of parity in representation and performance
  7. NAMEPA Branding
    • NAMEPA Senior Corporate Partners will receive logo placement on the website and one web spotlight.
    • An advertisement in NAMEPA publications
  8. Receive National and Institution specific data around enrollment and degrees awarded to underrepresented minority students
    • Corporate members will receive the Standard NAMEPA Data Digest, a data driven publication that allows partnership in overcoming barriers to student access and success in engineering and STEM fields. Our partnership will yield metric driven strategies to deal with unique challenges, raise the bar of excellence, and identify opportunities for transformative changes in the diversity landscape.

 

Executive Corporate Partnership ($50,000)

  1. Executive Corporate Partners are allotted a cluster of 20 individual memberships to be distributed to individuals associated with the company, with all rights and privileges associated with Individual Membership
  2. Access to NAMEPA National Conferences at discounted rates
  3. Connect to high performing underrepresented minority engineering and STEM talent through hosting the NAMEPA Professional Development Conference
    • Direct access to high-performing students selected by NAMEPA academic representatives at NAMEPA national conferences
    • Post internship, co-op, and full time employment opportunities directly to high performing students through NAMEPA listserv and website
    • Receive resumes of high-performing NAMEPA Scholars
    • Opportunity to provide additional scholarship funding to high performing students selected by NAMEPA
  4. Tap into the broad network of diversity-focused professionals
    • NAMEPA membership gives you access to a vast network MEP directors, higher education faculty and administrators, and other URM advocates in academic institutions that allows you to expand partnership to increase diversity at NAMEPA institutions and your company. NAMEPA will facilitate meeting between Executive Corporate partners and NAMEPA institutions of interest.
  5. Bolster URM student interest in and access to higher education in STEM fields
    • Opportunities for active support and community development through programs targeting pre-college students, parents, and educators. In addition, a portion of proceeds from membership dues are directed to undergraduate and graduate student scholarships at member institutions.
  6. Host NAMEPA Board meetings
    • Help shape organizational policy and innovative programming with the NAMEPA board. Corporate members at this level have the opportunity to engage the NAMEPA board in diversity consultancy as well.
  7. Platforms for dissemination of best practices in diversity
    • National Conferences, monthly newsletters, website updates
    • Share stories of triumphs in moving towards the NAMEPA 2020 vision of parity in representation and performance
  8. NAMEPA Branding
    • NAMEPA will recognize all partners at their specific level in NAMEPA publications and on the NAMEPA website.
    • NAMEPA Executive Corporate Partners will receive logo placement and link on the NAMEPA website. Additionally, Executive Corporate Partners will receive banner ad placement, an advertisement in one NAMEPA publication, corporate executive spotlight in publications, and diversity focused spotlights on website. Executive Corporate Partners will receive keynote opportunity at NAMEPA National Conferences
  9. Receive National and Institution specific data around enrollment and degrees awarded to underrepresented minority students
    • Corporate members will receive the Standard NAMEPA Data Digest, a data driven publication that allows partnership in overcoming barriers to student access and success in engineering and STEM fields. Our partnership will yield metric driven strategies to deal with unique challenges, raise the bar of excellence, and identify opportunities for transformative changes in the diversity landscape.
    • Executive corporate members will also receive limited custom data requests for partnership through the ability to identify peer institution groups with no more than two academic institutions from any region.