Partners Program

Thank you to our 2019-20 partners!

Apartment List | Avery Dennison | Eaton Corporation* | General Electric | KeyBank* | The Lubrizol Corporation* | Precision Castparts Corporation | Progressive Insurance | Rockwell Automation*

*Spartan Plus Sponsor

  • Enhance your presence at Case Western Reserve University
  • Receive personalized consultation and assistance
  • Build your brand with our students
  • Name your own partnership
  • Register for the Partners Program when you sign up for the fall career fair

Questions? Please contact Laura Papcum.

Partnership Program details for the 2019-2020 academic year Name
your own sponsorship starting at
$10,000
Spartan Plus* sponsorship $5,000 Spartan sponsorship
$3,500
"Partners Row" placement at fall and spring career fairs. Front and center placement for the most student interaction! Includes two 6-foot tables and electricity.
Admission, continental breakfast, lunch and parking at fall and spring career fairs. Extra representatives included in sponsorship! 6 additional representatives 4 additional representatives
Acknowledgement of Partner status in all career fair marketing materials.
Recognition of Partner status on new, updated website with your company name linking directly to your career or company page.
Presence building as preferred participants in programs, events, workshops, resume review days and mock interview days.
Priority scheduling of on-campus interview suites, information sessions, Day on the Quad or other special recruitment event with personalized assistance from our team.
One guaranteed on-campus interview (OCI) Friday and one OCI Tuesday interviewing space at no additional cost for the fall and spring career fairs respectively.
Additional OCI Friday and OCI Tuesday interviewing spaces.  
Assigned Career Peer student or staff liaison to provide additional promotion and support for your information sessions, on-campus interviews and job postings.  
Lunch or meeting arranged by our team with a relevant department chair, select faculty, university staff and/or student leaders of your choice.  
Two tickets to an on-campus faculty or student event such as: E-Week banquet, Diversity in Engineering Networking event, Night of Networking, WISER Luncheon or Unity Banquet.  
Identification of registered student organizations targeting key populations of interest to your organization, including introduction or connection, at your request.  
One feature article in a monthly newsletter highlighting your company and opportunities (your company representative will provide content).  
Individualized email to targeted students, sent at your request, to encourage applicants and promote your recruiting efforts (limit 3 messages for 2019-2020).  
Define your own student engagement strategy through specialized consultation with the experts in Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education.