What is the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC)?
AACC is a national, nonprofit organization that represents close to 1,200, two-year, associate degree–granting institutions and their more than 13 million students.
Since 1920, AACC has been the leading proponent and the national voice for community colleges.
What is the Corporate Program?
The Program offers an avenue for private-sector executives and the AACC Board leadership to network, exchange ideas, and explore potential partnerships. Through event, online, and print vehicles, the program seeks to enhance your company's visibility within the community college sector. We offer three levels of corporate participation: Leader, Partner, and Advocate.
How is my contribution used?
AACC represents 90 percent of public, two-year U.S. community colleges and their almost 13 million students. Because they typically receive most of their funding from state and local sources.
What kind of visibility will my company get at the AACC Convention?
AACC works closely with corporate donors to identify optimal event, online, and print opportunities at the convention and at other major AACC conferences throughout the year.
Your convention in-person presence may be as an event sponsor, as a participant in AACC's Corporate Council meeting, as a forum presenter, or as an exhibitor.
Corporate LEADER and PARTNER members' convention forum proposals are automatically accepted if the presentations are in tandem with an AACC member college. Your print presence is assured through an ad in the convention program book, which spotlights all of AACC's corporate donors. A recognition banner listing Corporate Program donors is also prominently displayed in the convention main hall.
How does my company join?
Please contact Carolina Zumarán-Jones, AACC's Corporate Program Manager, at 202-416-4530 or email@example.com.