Carnegie Mellon University

Partnership Opportunities

Partnerships are integral to making CMU Energy Week successful. There are multiple ways to get involved. You can become a sponsor or a promotional partner.

CMU Energy Week 2020 - sponsor PACKAGES - CLICK HERE

CMU Energy Week 2018 and 2019 Highlights

  • Approximately 1,000 attendees, of which 60% came from outside the CMU community
  • 280 companies and organizations in attendance, including 14 sponsors
  • 91 nationally-recognized speakers
  • 70+ facilitated meetings

2019 Attendee Breakdown

energy week attendee breakdown

 See which companies, organizations & media attend Energy Week

Key Events Planned for CMU Energy Week 2020

  • 3/23 – CMU VentureWell Energy Hackathon, Energy Industry Career Fair & Happy Hour
  • 3/24 – Kickoff, Keynotes, Panels, Student Research Poster Competition & Evening VIP Event
  • 3/25 – Networking Breakfast, Keynotes, Panels & Evening Reception 
  • 3/26 – CMU Energy + Cleantech Investor Forum with pitch competition, one-on-one meetings
  • 3/27 – Student Business Case Competition & NREL American-Made Solar Prize Demo Day, planned

Scott Institute Circle – Please inquire

  • Larger company logo on Energy Week registration website and e-newsletters both pre- and during Energy Week, on screen and verbal recognition between sessions
  • Full day on campus with CMU faculty and leadership meetings, facilitated by the Scott Institute, at a time of mutual convenience - including the opportunity to present a Distinguished Lecture to students (some restrictions apply)
  • Access to the Corporate Lounge, tabling opportunities, and special invitations to future on-campus events
  • Opportunity to (pick one):
    • Serve as a Networking Lunch Partner (covering food costs) - 2 available
    • Introduce a Keynote Speaker - 3-5 available, pending confirmation

Piper - $10,000

  • VIP Reception or CMU Energy + Cleantech Investor Forum – additional sub-event sponsor visibility
  • Company logo recognition on Energy Week registration website, e-newsletters both pre- and during Energy Week, table signage, on screen between sessions
  • Full day on campus with CMU faculty meetings, facilitated by the Scott Institute
  • Access to the Corporate Lounge, tabling opportunities, and special invitations to future on-campus events

Andrew - $6,500

  • Support the Student Research Poster Competition, announcing winners, or similar sub-event visibility
  • Company logo recognition on Energy Week registration website, e-newsletters both pre- and during Energy Week, table signage, on screen between sessions
  • Full day on campus with CMU faculty meetings, facilitated by the Scott Institute
  • Access to the Corporate Lounge, tabling opportunities, and special invitations to future on-campus events

Plaid - $5,000

  • Corporate participant in the CMU VentureWell Energy Hackathon by providing a challenge and mentoring teams

Scotty - $4,500

  • Company logo recognition on Energy Week registration website, e-newsletters both pre- and during Energy Week, table signage, on screen between sessions
  • ½ day on campus with CMU faculty meetings, facilitated by the Scott Institute
  • Access to the Energy Week Corporate Lounge and special Invitations to future on-campus events

Tartan - $3,000

  • Company logo recognition on Energy Week registration website, e-newsletters both pre- and during Energy Week, table signage, on screen between sessions
  • 2 meetings with CMU faculty members, facilitated by the Scott Institute
  • Access to the Energy Week Corporate Lounge and special Invitations to future on-campus events

Collegiate - $1,500

  • Company logo recognition on Energy Week registration website, e-newsletters both pre- and during Energy Week, table signage, on screen between sessions

Energy Industry Career Fair Recruitment Event (March 23) - $150

  • Send recruiters to our targeted recruitment event on Monday, March 23 from 2-5 p.m. with networking lunch from 12-2pm and Energy Club Happy Hour Reception afterwards

To get started as a sponsor, complete the form below or contact Anna J. Siefken.

Download a PDF of Sponsorship Packages

The Scott Institute partners with local and national organizations to support the promotional efforts of CMU Energy Week. We are grateful to our promotional partners whose marketing assistance has had a significant impact on our success. If you're interested in becoming a Promotional Partner, contact Amanda King.