Corporate Acknowledgements 

**Total Giving FY Year 2015, August 2014-July 2015**

The Minority Engineering Program could not achieve its mission to enrich the profession of engineering through the full participation of men and women from African American, Hispanic/Latino American, Native American/Hawaiian/Pacific Islander descent without the generosity of our corporate partners. Because of the support of our partners listed below, new opportunities will be granted and lives will be transformed.  If you are interested in becoming a corporate partner, please visit here or contact John Langenkamp at 765-494-9860 or

Platinum Partners


Gold Partners


Chicago Community Foundation

NACME logo

United Technologies Logo

Silver Partners

Air Products Logo



ArcelorMittal Logo

Boeing Defense, Space & Security Logo

Caterpillar Logo

Delphi Foundation Logo

Bronze Partners

Dow Chemical Company

ExxonMobil Chemical Company

GKN Sinter Metals


Northrop Grumman Foundation

Phillips 66 Company

Corporate Donations: Total Gift $1,000-$4,999


Danaher Corporation

Emerson Charitable Trust

ExxonMobil Foundation

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

Honeywell International Charity Matching

IBM International Foundation

Johnson Controls Foundation

Northrop Grumman

Powers & Sons Construction Co

Silicon Valley Comm. Fdn. Chevron Humankind Employee

YourCause, LLC Trustee for Chevron Matching Employee Funds

Corporate Donations: Total Gift $100-$999

Boeing Company

Global Impact

Johnson & Johnson

Lockheed Martin

Rockwell International Corp Trust

Corporate Donations: Total Gift Up to $99

3C-Cynthia Cobb Consulting

AT&T Foundation

Lockheed Martin University Matching Gift Program

Xcel Energy Foundation Matching Program

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