Sponsorships

For more information on these opportunities, please contact Greg Victory, Executive Director, Tufts Career Center

Supporting the Tufts Career Center

Tufts Blue ($5,000/annually)
 

  • Corporate Day at Tufts (1): A full-day visit to Tufts which includes: recruiting strategy session with Career Center team; meetings with key faculty or administrators; lunch with student leaders; campus tour
  • Complimentary Career Fair registration for all Career Center sponsored fairs for one academic year; premium booth placement in prime locations at both Career Fairs
  • Company name and logo to appear on all Career Fair materials and signage, including: Career Fair App; signs at event; ads in Tufts Daily (student newspaper); volunteer t-shirts; social media outlets
  • Company name and logo to appear in the Career Center and on the Career Center website
  • Full page ad in the Tufts Daily (Student Newspaper)
  • Dedicated promotion in bi-weekly e-news leading up to Career Fairs
  • 2 targeted emails to students each year, or two blog posts (or combo)

Tufts Brown: ($3,500 annually)
 

  • Complimentary Career Fair registration for all Career Center sponsored fairs for one academic year; premium booth placement in prime locations at both Career Fairs
  • Company name and logo to appear on all Career Fair materials and signage, including: Career Fair App; signs at event; ads in Tufts Daily (student newspaper); volunteer t-shirts; social media outlets
  • Company name and logo to appear in the Career Center and on the Career Center website
  • 1/2 page ad in the Tufts Daily (Student Newspaper)
  • 1 targeted email to students each year, or 1 blog post

Tufts Connector ($2,000)
 

  • Complimentary Career Fair registration for one Career Center sponsored fair
  • Premium booth placement in prime locations at one Career Fair
  • Company name and logo to appear on all Career Fair materials and signage, including: Career Fair App; signs at event; ads in Tufts Daily (student newspaper); volunteer t-shirts; social media outlets
  • Company name and logo to appear in the Career Center and on the Career Center website
  • 1/4 page ad in the the Tufts Daily (Student Newspaper)

Tufts “Get Connected” Diversity Event ($5,000, only one sponsor)

Get connected with Tufts students from diverse populations and learn more about the organizations they represent. This reverse career fair style networking event will allow you to learn more about ways to get connected with key diverse student organizations. The event occurs prior to the Fall Career Fair. Connect your company’s name with Tufts diverse talent!

  • Name and logo to appear on all event materials and signage
  • Branded give-away to be provided to each student participant
  • Company name and logo to appear in the Career Center and on the Career Center website
  • Lunch with key student leaders from diverse student organizations and staff supporting diverse students

Sophomore Career Conference Sponsor ($3,500, only one sponsor)

This two day professional development conference exclusively for Tufts sophomores, is focused on launching their career readiness. Whether they’ve just started the process or are well on their way, this is an opportunity to identify their competetencies; brush up on their career readiness skills; and develop an action plan for their future.  

  • Opportunity to provide a speaker on one of the conference topics
  • Name and logo to appear on all event materials and signage
  • Branded give-away to be provided to each student participant
  • Company name and logo to appear in the Career Center and on the Career Center website

Supporting Tufts Students

Internship Grant Awards ($3,500/per award)

89% of the Tufts Class of 2016 participated in at least one internship during their time on campus (66% complete two or more). In several industries it is still the practice to offer unpaid internships, which creates barriers for a number of Tufts students.  The Career Center funds over 50 undergraduate students each summer doing unpaid internships for a minimum of 350 hours. These funds offer students the opportunity to explore career fields and gain experience. Selected students will receive $3,500. Consider supporting one or more students participating in unpaid internships.

Dress to Impress Fund ($5,000, only one sponsor)

Help us help Tufts students who are in need of professional dress for job, internship and graduate school interviews. Students will be provided gift certificates to buy interview attire or related supplies. Company logo and name will appear on all promotional materials.

Professional Development Fund ($2,500, multiple sponsors)

Each year, arts, sciences, and engineering graduate students travel to professional conferences, both within the United States and abroad, to present their research to colleagues in their respective fields and/or to network with professionals. The cost of travel, accommodations and registration fees can be cost prohibitive for a growing number of Tufts students. This fund will help underwrite small travel grants to support students.