2017 Academic Sponsorships

anitaborg_24610603_Full2017 Academic Sponsorships are sold out.

With more than 5,000 academic attendees representing 446 higher education institutions from around the world, GHC 16 was a rousing success.  Show your commitment to women in tech, recruit prospective graduate students, and contribute to the professional development of your students and faculty by sponsoring GHC 17 in Orlando!

Academic sponsorship packages include multiple benefits (see below). Interested in recruiting graduate students or faculty members? All sponsorships come with a booth in our Expo. On average, 87% of our academic sponsors met their recruiting goals last year. Even if you’re not looking to recruit, your booth can serve as a convenient meet up location for your students, alumni, and faculty between all the exciting events and sessions.

Each level offers something different, so pick the package that best fits your institution’s needs.

Sponsorship Levels and Benefits

Available to academic institutions only. See below for definition. View these benefits as a PDF.

PLATINUM
 ($6,000)
GOLD
($4,000)
SILVER
($2,000)
10×10 Career Booth  One  One  N/A
5’Wx10’D (one side shared) N/A  N/A  One
Option to purchase additional 10×10 career booth
($5,000/booth)
 One N/A  N/A
Unlimited giveaway items at career booth  Yes  Yes  Yes
Student Registrations (see definition below)  Five  Two N/A
Academic Registrations (see definition below)  Three  Two  One
Early Access to Student Registrations (before non-sponsors) Yes Yes Yes
PLATINUM ($6,000) GOLD
($4,000)
SILVER
($2,000)
Logo on GHC website Yes Yes Name listed
Logo on mobile app Yes Yes Name listed
Logo on credit reel Yes Yes Name listed
Company profile on mobile app Yes Yes Yes
Resume Database access start date (all end December 31, 2017)
Sep. 5
Sep. 11
Sep. 18

Academic Institution: We define academic institutions as accredited, nonprofit, degree-granting higher education institutions. These do not include bootcamps, certificate programs, licensing programs, government agencies, national labs, university-affiliated employers and/or consortiums, and for-profit colleges/universities.

Student Registration: A student is defined as an individual who will be enrolled in an accredited, degree-granting program at an academic institution, as defined above, on a full- or part-time basis in October 2017. Student registrations are not available to those participating in: bootcamps, certificate programs, licensing programs, or for-profit colleges/universities, unless individuals are simultaneously enrolled at an accredited, degree-granting academic institution. You must show a valid academic institution identification upon badge pick-up.

Academic Registration: These registrations may be used for professors of various ranks, lecturers, and researchers who are based at an academic institution, as defined above. Acting presidents, deans, department chairs, and other administrators/staff members employed by an academic institution, as defined above, may also register as academics. You must show a valid academic institution identification upon badge pick-up.