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SUPPORT

The MITCS Innovators Circle is a group of strategic collaborators who help drive our service to students and the regional economy through philanthropic support and industry-based leadership. Members of the Innovators Circle have the opportunity to positively impact the future of communities throughout western Pennsylvania by underwriting, developing, and guiding the education and training provided to students of the Midland Innovation + Technology Charter School. MITCS Innovators also share in the ideas, resources, projects, and programs generated by the school. Most of all, members of the Innovators Circle are helping to grow a network of skilled talent that will build the social, cultural, and physical landscape of our communities for generations to come.

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"We're not just looking for donors. We want stakeholders and collaborators who desire to make an investment in innovation, inspiration, and inclusion for future generations of young people. Members of our Innovators Circle will help us build a future of opportunity, possibility, and equity."

— TERRENCE SMITH, CEO

Membership Opportunities, Dividends and Benefits

We invite you to join the MITCS Innovators Circle, an exclusive group of allies, who are helping to move educational innovation and provide current and future generations of students with future-ready knowledge, skills, and credentials. Members of the MITCS Innovators Circle make commitments to MITCS, its students, and our communities at specific giving levels: “Founders” ($500,000), “Partners” ($250,000), “Mentors” ($100,000), and “Supporters” ($50,000).

Founders

  • Major facility naming rights

  • Program development and naming rights

  • Two seats on the MITCS Advisory Board (meets annually)

  • Input and equity in MITCS curriculum, programming, and course development

  • Priority use of MITCS facilities and programming for employee training and continuing education 

  • First-priority opportunity for mentoring and recruiting students

  • Top positioning of corporate name and logo in all MITCS signage and facility displays

  • Top position naming in all MITCS print, web, radio, and television advertising

  • Lifetime participation in first day of school ceremonies

  • Lifetime participation in commencement ceremonies

Partners

  • Major Amenity or Program Naming Rights

  • Two seats on the MITCS Advisory Board (meets annually)

  • Input and equity in MITCS curriculum, programming, and course development

  • Use of MITCS facilities and programming for employee training and continuing education

  • Priority opportunity for mentoring and recruiting students

  • Secondary positioning of corporate name and logo in all MITCS signage and facility displays 

  • Secondary position naming in all MITCS print and web advertisin

 

Mentors

  • Classroom naming rights

  • One seat on the MITCS Advisory Board (meets annually)

  • Input into MITCS curriculum, programming, and course development

  • Access to MITCS facilities and programming for employee training and continuing education 

  • Priority opportunity for mentoring and recruiting students

  • Tertiary positioning of corporate name in all MITCS signage and facility displays

  • Tertiary position naming in all MITCS print and web advertising

 

Supporters

  • Naming rights to indoor office, amenity, or common area

  • One seat on the MITCS Advisory Board (meets annually)

  • Review of MITCS curriculum, programming, and course development

  • Access to MITCS facilities and programming for employee training and continuing education 

  • Ongoing opportunities for mentoring and recruiting students

  • Inclusion of corporate name in MITCS signage and facility displays

  • Inclusion in MITCS print and web advertising