Achieving parity in student performance, retention, and success for underperforming student cohorts remains an important strategy in the pursuit of inclusive excellence. We must continue to identify the factors that promote student performance, retention, and success and commit resources to implement strategies that will reduce or eliminate disparities among student cohorts at Georgia Tech. Philanthropy is essential to sustaining units and programs designed to engage students, and set strategies that affect academic success, provide enrichment activities, and increase personal development.
OHI Corporate Sponsorship Program
The purpose of the OHI Corporate Sponsorship Program is to financially support OHI’s student programs and initiatives. This strategy mutually benefits both the participating companies and the Hispanic/Latino community at Georgia Tech, primarily current and prospective students and their families, faculty, and staff.
Participating companies can champion their commitment to inclusive and supportive environments through their support of OHI. Students connect corporate partners' brands with OHI and are provided with a direct avenue to scholarship, internship, co-op, and full-time opportunities.
Corporate Sponsorship offers direct access to the minority student population at Georgia Tech. OHI provides corporate sponsors with a high-level of visibility on our website, within our offices and through our formal and informal communication with students.
Corporate Sponsors and Supporters have the opportunity to increase their presence through OHI events, including Latino Welcome Night and Hispanic Heritage Month. OHI also assists with managing corporate sponsorship of Latino student organizations.
OHI works with local, national and international corporations to obtain support for our programs. There are two levels for Corporate Sponsors and Supporters – Sponsor ($5,000+) and Supporter (below $5,000). Review the Sponsorship Benefits for more information.