Institutional Partnership Levels

WEPAN has multiple levels of engagement for institutional partners.

WEPAN Institutional Partner Levels

WEPAN is the nation’s foremost network dedicated to advancing cultures of inclusion and diversity in engineering higher education.

Classic
$750
Per year
Premium
$2,500
Per year
Academic Leaders Consortium
$5,000
Per year
Institutional Champion
$10,000
Per year
30 for 30 Institutional Champion
$10,000
Annually for 3 Years
Individual Membership Seats
4
9
20
Unlimited
Unlimited
Career Center Access
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5 Free Postings*
20 Free Basic Postings*
20 Free Basic Postings*
Strategic Partnerships: Access to Events
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Professional Development
Knowledge Center
Webinar Series
Invited Speaker
Invited Speaker
Workshops
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Custom Workshop
Program Days
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Annual Conference
Reduced Rate
1 Complimentary Registration
2 Complimentary Registration
3 Complimentary Registration
3 Complimentary Registration
Communications
Equity and Excellence Council
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
WEPAN-L
Slack
Social Media Spotlights
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Member Directory
* $200 Discount on enhanced postings in lieu of basic postings, plus 25% Member Discount on all additional posts
** Member Discount on all additional posts
*** Free or Reduced Rate (depending on format and length)

Partnership Case Studies

Here's what some of our 30 for 30 Institutional Champions are saying:

“It brings immense value to any college of engineering, and  other universities and two-year institutions can benefit from WEPAN’s knowledge base to create programs and practices to enhance their own campuses.”

Shawna Fletcher

Director, Women in Engineering, Texas A&M University

“Through membership, we can communicate with different universities to promote programming and exchange ideas, share open positions, and learn about conference and workshop opportunities. The chance to utilize these resources is invaluable.”

Gregory Diggs-Yang

OAI Assistant Director, University of California, Irvine

“By leveraging efforts from women-focused programs and minority-focused programs, we become more powerful and robust in what we can offer our students.”

Lisa Barclay

Assistant Dean and Chief Diversity Officer for the College of Engineering, Company name

As a faculty member, I can help the students in my classroom, but as dean, I’m hopefully creating programs and effecting change that will help the college’s students and faculty as a whole.”

Lance C. Pérez

Dean, College of Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

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