The Foundation builds financial support for Texas A&M and also places a high priority on assisting donors. With your specific objectives in mind, our corporate and foundation relations professionals will work with you to create a mutually beneficial partnership.
Texas A&M’s Career Center matches employers with current and former students through an array of services, including on-campus and video conference recruitment, job and internship postings, and resume referrals.
The Foundation also will arrange one-to-one meetings between scholarship/fellowship recipients and representatives from organizations that support those students.
Texas A&M Co-op is a supervised academic program for qualified students that formally integrates semesters of academic study with multiple semesters of paid, full-time work experience while retaining full-time student status. It is the third-largest program of its kind in the United States.
If your company wants direct access to cutting-edge research and information, the Foundation will coordinate meetings with A&M scientists and scholars. Organizations that have funded research positions find these interactions especially rewarding.
Texas A&M's Center for Executive Development offers innovative executive education from top faculty of the Mays School of Business. Classes usually follow a five-day, eight-hours-per-day format, with many held in the University Center at The Woodlands, north of Houston.
The Foundation's Corporate and Foundation Relations team is available to help your company organize on-campus meetings.