The PhD Project is fortunate to have the ongoing support of a number of committed corporations, foundations and organizations. Our Sponsors enjoy many benefits, both immediate and long–range, as a result of their affiliation with our successful initiative:
- Distributing Positions to our Network of over 1,600 Minority Faculty and Doctoral Students
- Direct Access to our Member Directory and Applicant Database
- Attend at The PhD Project Annual and Summer DSA Conferences
Sponsors please click here to access the full list of benefits and member directory, and click here to post open positions. For assistance, or for login and password email email@example.com.
Additional Support Provided by:
- Americas Conference on Information Systems
- Friends of Eli Jones
- Hyatt Hotels
- Providence College
- San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
- Seattle University
- Western Finance Association
- The PhD Project PLEDGE Contributors
Sponsors that Donate $25,000 or More Will Receive:
- Access to Minority Professional Talent Pool
Your organization will have the opportunity to have its open positions distributed via email to more than 6,800 highly qualified minority individuals who attended one of our annual invitational conferences, but have not yet entered a doctoral program.
- Enhanced Campus Exposure
Your organization will have direct exposure to virtually every minority faculty member and doctoral student in all of the business disciplines. This opportunity to interact with these influential members of the academic community will allow your company to help shape the career choices of thousands of tomorrow’s students.
- Visibility as a Diversity Supporter
Your organization will have prominent exposure on The PhD Project booth display at over 20 diversity-focused conferences each year, as well as on our website and all advertising, promotional and publicity materials. You’ll also have high visibility at, and the opportunity to attend, the annual PhD Project conference and the five annual PhD Project Minority Doctoral Student Association conferences, all which will provide you with access to minority business professors, doctoral students, and potential doctoral students.
Please contact Marie Zara, Director of Advancement at (201) 307-8660 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in supporting The PhD Project, or know of a company or organization that might be interested in learning more, or for more information about the benefits of PhD Project Sponsorship.