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 Corporate Program Benefits 

AACC’s Corporate Program offers donors integrated marketing packages that include event, online, and print exposure. Below are descriptions of the three corporate membership levels: Platinum, Gold, and Silver. A PDF is also available for download.

In addition to the standard levels of participation, the Corporate Program also offers customized partnerships. AACC’s staff will work with your organization to design a partnership strategy that is unique to your goals. 

PLATINUM CIRCLE ($50,000)

  • One seat at the President and CEOs Corporate Strategy Table: The Corporate Strategy Table is an intimate group of corporate leaders that serves as an advisory council and sounding board for the president and CEO on AACC’s overall corporate strategy. The Corporate Strategy Table meets with the president and CEO quarterly, and elects the chair to the Corporate Council, a broader-based opportunity for new and current partners of AACC to share information about their programs and initiatives.
  • One seat at the Corporate Council: Meets twice a year and provides networking opportunities. Guest speakers from colleges that have strong relationships with partners are brought in to present on their initiatives.
  • One complimentary Corporate Futures Forum: A progressive, productive and engaging "think tank" style session that inspires innovation and promotes partnerships between presidents and business leaders.
  • General plenary session: Host at AACC annual convention or Workforce Development Institute.
  • Complimentary 10 x 20 exhibit booth at AACC annual convention.
  • Meeting space to conduct focus groups and other ancillary meetings at AACC annual convention and Workforce Development Institute.
  • Dinner and exclusive meet-and-greet with the AACC Board of Directors or members of the Executive Committee.
  • Staff introductions between vendors and up to three member CEOs selected by the vendor in conjunction with AACC annual convention, Workforce Development Institute, or AACC fall meetings.
  • First-priority consideration for presentations at AACC annual convention or Workforce Development Institute, which may include a special session (depending on availability). Partner college(s) showcased must be AACC member institutions.
  • Complimentary QuickScan lead retrieval device (thumb-sized unit on a lanyard that allows quick and effortless scanning of attendee badges).
  • First-priority consideration for involvement in special projects with AACC.
  • First priority for selecting conference sponsorships at both conferences.
  • Highest level of recognition in the Guide to the Exhibition for both conferences (if exhibiting).
  • Highest level company profile in the AACC’s Online Partner Directory.
  • Complimentary full-page ad in the Guide to the Exhibition.
  • Four complimentary registrations to AACC annual convention and Workforce Development Institute.
  • Online Benefits: Access to the Community College Times "Corporate Council Perspective Column." Access to AACC online membership directory and one print copy.
  • Print Benefits: 30% discount on full b/w ad in the Community College Journal. Listing on AACC corporate donors' recognition meter boards and banners in the convention center.

GOLD CIRCLE ($25,000)

  • One seat at the Corporate Council: Meets twice a year and provides networking opportunities. Guest speakers from colleges that have strong relationships with partners are brought in to present on their initiatives.
  • Complimentary 10 x 10 exhibit booth at AACC annual convention.
  • Meeting space to conduct focus groups and other ancillary meetings at AACC annual convention and Workforce Development Institute.
  • Staff introductions between vendors and up to three member CEOs selected by the vendor in conjunction with AACC annual convention, Workforce Development Institute, or AACC fall meetings.
  • Second-priority consideration for presentations at AACC annual convention or Workforce Development Institute, which may include a special session (depending on availability). Partner college(s) showcased must be AACC member institutions.
  • Complimentary QuickScan lead retrieval device (thumb-sized unit on a lanyard that allows quick and effortless scanning of attendee badges).
  • Priority consideration for involvement in special projects with AACC.
  • Second priority for selecting conference sponsorships at both conferences.
  • Half-page recognition in the Guide to the Exhibition for both conferences (if exhibiting).
  • Highest level company profile in the AACC’s Online Partner Directory.
  • Four complimentary registrations to AACC annual convention and Workforce Development Institute.
  • Online Benefits: Access to the Community College Times "Corporate Council Perspective Column." Access to AACC online membership directory and one print copy.

SILVER CIRCLE ($10,000)

  • One seat at the Corporate Council: Meets twice a year and provides networking opportunities. Guest speakers from colleges that have strong relationships with partners are brought in to present on their initiatives.
  • 30% discount on 10 x 10 exhibit booth at AACC annual convention.
  • Ancillary space to conduct meetings (if available) at AACC annual convention and Workforce Development Institute.
  • Priority consideration for presentations at AACC annual convention or Workforce Development Institute, which may include a special session (depending on availability).
  • Complimentary QuickScan lead retrieval device (thumb-sized unit on a lanyard that allows quick and effortless scanning of attendee badges).
  • Two complimentary registrations to AACC annual convention and Workforce Development Institute.

 Contact

Carolina Zumarán-Jones
Corporate Program Associate
Ph: 202.728.0200 x270
czjones@aacc.nche.edu

Maryjo Powell
Corporate Program Specialist
Ph: 540-287-1035
mpowell@aacc.nche.edu

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