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The Corporate Partners Program

The Corporate Partners Program (CPP) is designed to foster close communication and promote mutually beneficial relationships between select corporations and the Department of Computer Science. This cooperation reduces recruiting costs by providing members with increased visibility and communication, interaction with students who may become future employees, interaction with faculty who are experts in relevant technical fields, and executive involvement. Partnerships provide the Department of Computer Science diversification of funding sources and access to modern instrumentation, as well as professional resources in tune to marketplace needs. It is a true partnership, where both sides benefit.

The CS Corporate Partners Program offers three levels of participation.

Premier: Annual contribution of $25,000

Partner: Annual contribution of $10,000

Friend: Annual contribution of $5,000

Membership Benefits At A Glance

Visibility & CommunicationFriendPartnerPremier
Single point of contact * * *
Recognition by participation level: departmental web page, displays, reports * * *
Link from Undergraduate Student Services to corporate web page * * *
Invitation to Annual Awards Banquet * * *
Copies of selected departmental and university publications * * *
Individual display case for corporate use * *
Invitation to participate in semi-annual CPP meeting * *
Video wall advertisement of company events * * *

 

Interaction with Students and OrganizationsFriendPartnerPremier
Invitation to participate in CS Career Fair * * *
Invitation to hold a Company Day in the Lawson Commons * * *
Opportunity to post information in weekly electronic mailing to all CS students * * *
Involvement and sponsorship of student events/activities/scholarships * * *
Assistance in locating interns * * *
Salary and placement statistics * * *
Participation in Purdue CS-CPP LinkedIn Group * * *
Assistance in matching faculty and student research when supporting senior honors projects * * *
Presentation opportunities * * *
First consideration to present in CS391 Junior Resource Seminar *

 

Interaction with Faculty/ResearchFriendPartnerPremier
Copies of research activities * *
Potential collaboration on proposals/grants * *
Assistance in identifying faculty contact *
Seminar by faculty or senior grad student at Purdue or affiliate site *

 

Executive InvolvementFriendPartnerPremier
Distance learning opportunities * *
Invitation to games and events * *
Entrepreneurship and technology transfer opportunities *

* Certain benefits are tiered and are first available to Premier members, then to Partner members.

Each corporate member is asked to appoint a working contact person. Membership thus ensures a personal communication link and offers individualized service to member companies. Premier and Partner level members are eligible for representation at the Corporate Partners meetings. The semi-annual meetings held each fall and spring provide opportunities to participate in curriculum development and networking with students, faculty, and corporate peers.

Last Updated: May 8, 2017 3:33 PM

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