Corporate Sponsorship - Columbia Heights Educational Campus

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The Scholarship Gala offers sponsorship opportunities that will help businesses reach their cause marketing and philanthropy goals. Our corporate partners make critical contributions to MCIP's mission of leveling the academic playing field while promoting a positive image and engaging an audience to a cause - educational equity - that affects millions of children.

Benefactor Sponsorship / $10,000
  • On-stage recognition and photo opportunities for corporate  representatives
  • Named company scholarship
  • Presentation of scholarship to awardee(s)
  • Table for Ten
  • Full-page Color Ad in Gala Program
  • Acknowledgment at June 9, 2017 Graduation Ceremony and Program.

Patron Sponsorship / $5,000
  • Preferred Seating for Five
  • Half-Page Color Ad in Gala Program
  • Acknowledgment at June 9, 2017 Graduation Ceremony and Program.

AMIGO Sponsorship / $2,500
  • Preferred Seating for Three
  • Quarter-Page Ad in Gala Program
  • Acknowledgment at June 9, 2017 Graduation Ceremony and Program.

Premium Sponsorship / $500 - $1,000
  • Preferred Seating for Two
  • Acknowledgement at June 9, 2017 Graduation Ceremony.

Griffin Sponsorship / $150
  • Seating for One
Please make checks payable to MCIP, a tax exempt 501 [c][3] organization Tax ID #52-1263933
Bell Multicultural High School serves students in grades 9-12 and is the upper division of the Columbia Heights Educational Campus (CHEC). CHEC is a bilingual, world cultures and early-college campus in the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS).

CHEC serves 1,400 students in grades 6-12, 100% of whom qualify for free and reduced price lunch. CHEC is 63% Hispanic, 33% Black, 2% Asian, 1% White, and 1% from other ethnicities.

CHEC’s mission is to develop college-ready, technologically fluent and competent graduates who are articulate in multiple languages, familiar withthe global economy, ready to serve as cultural ambassadors, and poised to lead their communities in the quest for social justice.

CHEC is joined in this effort by its nonprofit partner, Multicultural Career Intern Program (MCIP), a community-based 501(c)(3) entity that operates special programs in support of the students at CHEC.

  • 100% of the Class of 2016 received college acceptance letters

  • 17 Advanced Placement courses offered

  • 3 seniors received George Washington University’s all expenses paid Trachtenberg Scholarship

  • 2 seniors received the Gates Millennium Scholarship, which pays for undergrad through PhD.

  • #1 ranking in the 2016 Washington Post Challenge Index as D.C’s most rigorous college preparatory program for low-income students

  • #1 ranked hospitality academy by the National Academy Foundation.
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