Employ change makers.
The UCLA Samueli students are highly sought after by top companies worldwide. There are several ways for companies to gain visibility among top engineering students, and help fill workforce needs for highly trained and talented engineers.
Named corporate scholarships are a high impact way to build relationships with students. Support from industry makes it possible for our robust scholarship program to connect students with critical scholarships. These scholarships increase the quality and retention of students enrolled in the school and allow companies to make significant differences in the lives and careers of engineering students.
Who we are?
The UCLA Samueli students are highly sought after by top companies worldwide. There are several ways for companies to gain visibility among top engineering students, and help fill workforce needs for highly trained and talented engineers. The UCLA Samueli Corporate Relations team is here to help you navigate the programs and initiatives available that best support your recruiting needs.
How can you get involved?
Becoming a member of the Industry Leaders Alliance is the best way for your organization to: recruit top engineering talent, collaborate on student programs, and build a relationship with departments and faculty.
Membership includes three levels: collaborator, innovator, and visionary.
Alliance membership makes it easy for your company to tailor your giving to department programs, diversity programs, and student groups that best align with your hiring goals and maximize the benefits of partnering with UCLA Samueli.
UCLA Samueli is grateful for our current partners:
Collaborator $25k+ – Collaborators have established a relationship with the school and support multiple important initiatives ranging from dean’s priorities to department affiliate membership.
- The Aerospace Corporation
- Air Products and Chemicals Inc.
- Andeavor (Tesoro)
- Symantec Corporation
- ViaSat Inc.
- Xerox Foundation
Innovator $50k+ – Innovators propel new initiatives forward while supporting fundamental areas of need and growth for the school. Companies who give at the Innovator level may be invited to join the Dean’s Corporate Affiliate Board (DCAB).
- Arconic Inc.
- Lockheed Martin
- Phillips 66
- Raytheon Systems
Visionary $100k+ – Visionary members are the strongest supporters of the school and are involved in multiple dean’s priority movements and funding areas. These members have a significant impact on the direction of the school.
- The Boeing Company
- Northrop Grumman Corporation
- Southern California Edison Company
Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations
Associate Director of Corporate Relations
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