The Foundation Relations and Corporate Philanthropy liaison is part of the Division of Philanthropy and Engagement and serves as a central contact for questions about the university. We invite you to explore what we have to offer and become a valued member of the Lion family.
Contact Gina Lowe, Associate Vice President for Philanthropy and Engagement at [email protected] to start the conversation.
A&M-Commerce collaborates with foundation partners to implement mutual goals for growth, development and impact. We look forward to helping you navigate campus, connect to A&M-Commerce faculty and leadership, as well as create opportunities for collaboration and funding.
Support A&M-Commerce Students and Programs through Philanthropy or Sponsorship
Partner with A&M-Commerce to advance your company's philanthropic objectives and showcase your commitment to education, research and on-the-ground impact. There are a number of opportunities to work with faculty to support research and programs that advance your business interests and worthy causes.
Establish scholarship funds or fellowships for students. Your company will have an opportunity to enhance access to education for individuals of diverse backgrounds while partnering with A&M-Commerce on your unique talent pipeline development objectives.
If you are interested in showcasing your company's brand and community engagement through sponsorship of targeted university programs, we can work with you to customize a sponsorship package that meets your company's marketing and community engagement objectives.
If you want to explore an area of interest, we have a variety of opportunities such as training and consulting programs through our Center for Business Excellence, internships or recruitment through our Career Center and volunteer initiatives.
We are happy to connect you to the appropriate campus partner to find robust ways to meet your company's goals. Contact us to find out how to get involved.
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