Business and academia are two of the most essential components for society to continue progressing into the future. But with different structures and goals, getting these two forces to work together can mean a lot of red tape, even if it is for a good cause.
Texas A&M University has grown exponentially since its founding in 1876, blossoming thanks to the support of former students and businesses investing in the workers of tomorrow, but its size can make for more intricate operations. Today, getting connected with Texas A&M may seem overwhelming or time-consuming for companies seeking to support education, stay active in the vibrant campus community or hire talented graduates.
The Texas A&M Foundation’s Office of Corporate Relations simplifies the process by serving as a bridge between companies and public education. Through strategic partnerships, businesses can invest in university efforts and recruit the best graduates on campus.
What is the Office of Corporate Relations?
Our team members work with corporations, corporate foundations and businesses across the nation to match company interests with the right programs, research and recruitment opportunities at Texas A&M.
Having a central point of contact for coordinating campus engagement streamlines the process for both Texas A&M and its supporters. Our knowledgeable team understands the ins and outs of business, philanthropy and university operations, allowing companies to get the most out of a Texas A&M partnership.
How can my company partner with Texas A&M?
Texas A&M offers numerous recruitment, engagement and investment opportunities based on your business’s needs and goals.