Sponsorship Opportunities

Platinum:  $10,000

Company sponsorship highlighted in conference program app with links to website
Hyperlinked logo on conference registration site
Company name on all event signage and during all keynote speeches
Recognized in all materials, marketing and PR efforts
Listed in the Harpeth Hall annual report
3 table tops in exhibit area | 3 free conference registrations

 

Gold: $5,000

Company sponsorship highlighted in conference program app with links to website
Hyperlinked logo on conference registration site
Company name on all event signage and during all keynote speeches
Recognized in all materials, marketing and PR efforts
Listed in the Harpeth Hall annual report
2 table tops in exhibit area | 2 free conference registrations

 

Silver: $1,000

Hyperlinked logo on conference registration site
Company name on all event signage and during all keynote speeches
Recognized in all materials, marketing and PR efforts
Listed in the Harpeth Hall annual report
1 table top in exhibit area | 1 free conference registration

 

Specific Opportunities:

Wednesday Lunch $2,000
Wednesday Reception $3,500
Thursday Lunch $2,000
Keynote Speaker $1,000

Hyperlinked logo on conference registration site
Company name on all event signage and during all keynote speeches
Recognized in all materials, marketing and PR efforts
Listed in the Harpeth Hall annual report
1 table top in exhibit area | 1 free conference registration

 

Please contact Center director, Stacy Klein-Gardner, at stem@harpethhall.org if you are interested in sponsoring this conference in any way or have any questions.  You may also wish to download the Sponsorship Packet.

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Who:  The Center for STEM Education for Girls is hosting its annual STEM Think Tank and Conference.  We are expecting  approximately 300 participants from the following groups:

  • Teachers of girls at public, private, parochial, and charter schools
  • K-12 administrators
  • University STEM Outreach program coordinators
  • University researchers in gender research
  • University STEM professors and graduate students
  • Leaders of successful university STEM programs
  • Non-profits and Informal educators
  • Members of industry    

For much more information please see the Center for STEM Education’s website and our conference website

 

When:  July 12-14, 2017

Where:  The Harpeth Hall School, Nashville, TN

Why:  The Think Tank and Conference will produce new connections and conversations among K12 teachers, university faculty and administration, informal education, and members of industry.  Each group has lessons learned about creating successful programs for females.  It’s time that we communicate across these groups effectively – both to teach and to learn.