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AISES National Conference 35th

Denver Oct 31-Nov 2 2013

NEW TECHNOLOGY ~ TIMELESS WISDOM ~ NEW OPPORTUNITIES


AISES National Conference 35th

Denver Oct 31-Nov 2 2013

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Join Us

The AISES National Conference has become the premier event for Native American STEM professionals and students, attracting attendees from across the country.

The AISES Mission is to substantially increase the representation of American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields. We accomplish this goal with the generous support of our sponsors. Your investment in this conference enables us to continually enhance and expand our impact through development opportunities, convening the largest STEM career and education fair in Indian Country, providing relevant and inspiring keynote speakers, and providing both formal and informal networking and mentoring opportunities to our attendees. Please visit www.aises.org for more information.

Don’t miss the chance to get your organization’s name in front of over 1,800 attendees and take advantage of a host of outstanding sponsor benefits.

American Indian Science and Engineering Society


AISES National Conference 35th

Denver Oct 31-Nov 2 2013

ELEVATE The AISES National Conference is a one-of-a-kind, three-day event convening graduate, undergraduate, and high school junior and senior students, teachers, workforce professionals, corporate partners, and all members of the “AISES family.” Here are five reasons why this is a “must-do” event for our partners.

Indigenous and Elder Wisdom. Offering blessings, insights, and wisdom throughout the event, our Council of Elders help ground our society’s program in a cultural context.

Help Prepare the Next Generation of STEM Leadership. We showcase STEM research in a terrific venue, allowing for easy identification of research perspectives that can be useful to your company or agency’s innovation.

Talent Pool.

Exhibitors are Participants, Too! Recruit business on the Career Floor and benefit from the high-caliber professional development resources and cultural activities.

Nice Price.

We find the brightest Native talent to attend our Career Fair, the largest in Indian Country. The Fair attracts STEM students and professionals.

Take a look at other conference registration fees and you’ll find that AISES National Conference is a good deal!

Five Reasons Not to Miss the AISES National Conference


AISES National Conference 35th

Denver Oct 31-Nov 2 2013

ELEVATE Wednesday 10.31 Pre-conference Cultural & Sightseeing Opportunities Registration Thursday 11.1 Fun Run Opening Ceremony Pre-College University Campus Tour Student Meetings GEM Consortium GRAD Lab Research Presentations (Undergraduate, Graduate) Professional Development Track College Development Track Government Relations Council (GRC) Meeting Corporate Advisory Council (CAC) Meeting Professional Chapters Council (PCC) Meeting Exhibitor Orientation Student Orientation

Tentative Agenda

Friday 11.2 Plenary Breakfast Career Fair Caucus, General Members’ Meeting Poster Sessions (Pre-College, Undergraduate, Graduate) Talking Circles Social Event Saturday 11.3 Sequoyah Breakfast Concurrent Sessions Student Awards Ceremony Closing Circle Professional Awards Program and Honors Banquet Powwow

AISES is proud to have a Code of Conduct prohibiting the use of alcohol and other drugs by attendees and exhibitors during our National Conference. We request that all participants, including sponsors and exhibitors, observe this standard throughout the conference. Thank you!

Additional Features Resume Room E-Lounge Traditional Marketplace


AISES National Conference 35th

Denver Oct 31-Nov 2 2013

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Student Attendee Info 71% Undergraduate 9% Masters

9%

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5% 3%

5% Doctorate 3% Post Doctorate

12%

12% Other

14% 23%

17% Freshman

17%

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23% Junior 23% Senior 14% Other


AISES National Conference 35th

Denver Oct 31-Nov 2 2013

ELEVATE Exhibitor Information For those who are interested in solely exhibiting without conference sponsorship options, please consult the table below. Exhibit space is assigned upon receipt of a signed booth contract, and floor assignments are made on a first come-first served basis. We do take booth location preferences into consideration, but we make no absolute guarantee regarding placement. Reserve your space today and take advantage of the lower rates! NON-PROFIT (SINGLE)* 10 x 10

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Registration Price (regular—through Oct. 5, 2013)**

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$1900

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$875

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Full Conference Registrations

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Chairs, signage, wastebasket, website and conference program recognition included in all exhibitor packages. Please read the service kit for more details, including drayage charges that will be incurred when items are shipped to the convention center. *Nonprofit rate is available only to universities, tribal colleges, colleges, 501(c)3 or 501(c)6 organizations and tribally-owned enterprises. This rate is not offered to government agencies. ** Dates subject to change. Your exhibitor kit will be available online in June 2013, and you will be notified. If you require a copy of the kit to be mailed to you, please contact the show decorator, Convention Services of the Southwest, at 505-243-9889. For more information regarding the resume database, contact vjames@ aises.org.


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AISES National Conference 35th

Denver Oct 31-Nov 2 2013

ELEVATE Elevate Your Presence with a Gemstone Sponsorship Gemstone Sponsorship provides the broadest visibility to your organization, while also supporting AISES’ mission to convene its membership. The AISES National Conference is the largest cohort of Native STEM students and professionals and includes the largest career fair in Indian Country.

2013 Gemstone Sponsorship Packages

TURQUOISE $50,000

CORAL $30,000

LAPIS $20,000

ONYX $10,000

BRAND VISIBILITY Advertisement in the National Conference Program

New! Banner signage recognition above Registration Counter

Recognition as a gemstone sponsor in all printed materials

GOBO Logo : 2013 Exclusive for Denver, CO (GOBO of your logo pro-

Your logo displayed throughout the conference

Recognition on the AISES website with link to organization website

Recognition in the National Conference edition of the Winds of Change magazine as a Gemstone Sponsor

20 x 40 15 6 1

20 x 20 6 6 1

20 x 10 4 4 1

10 x 10 2 2

jected outside the ballroom where the Opening Ceremony and Traditional Honors Banquet are held)

(Discounted advertising rates for Gemstone sponsors sold separately)

New! Pre-conference email communication to all registered attendees

CAREER FAIR PRESENCE Career Fair booth(s) Full Conference registrations** Career Fair booth personnel passes*** Reserved interview booth at Career Fair

NATIONAL CONFERENCE PRESENCE Invitation to company senior executive to deliver audience address*

Complimentary suite at host hotel

Reserved table(s) at Traditional Closing Banquet with 10 tickets per table

3

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Special sponsorship designation on company attendee badges

Exclusive Gemstone Sponsor gift

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Twelve-month access to AISES Resume Database

*Ten-minute maximum speech to be presented either at the Opening Ceremony or at the Traditional Closing. **Full Conference registration includes entrance to all conference events (except those requiring separate registration), a boxed lunch at the Career Fair, and the Traditional Honors Banquet ***Career Fair booth personnel passes include access to the Career Fair & Interview Booths, and a boxed lunch at the Career Fair


35th

AISES

National Conference

Denver Oct 31-Nov 2 2013

ELEVATE New Opportunities

Available Exclusively to Gemstone Sponsors $5,000

$2,000 $1,000 – $3,000

$4,000

Hospitality Room Interact with conference attendees in an informal setting. Catering costs and all other ordering are the responsibility of the sponsor. Will receive signage with company logo. No alcohol permitted. Six rooms available for Thursday and Friday, three each day. AISES will provide a complimentary assortment of non-alcoholic beverages and basic hors d’hoeuvres for 50 people in each of the hospitality rooms at no cost to the sponsor.

Banner Signage in Convention Center Main Lobby Gain prominent visibility as a Gemstone sponsor. Your banner will hang prominently in the main concourse for all attendees to see as they enter the Convention Center. Three available.

Electronic Reader Board Advertising Run your electronic advertisement on the optimally located electronic reader boards placed throughout the Colorado Convention Center. Ad packages are customizable, call to discuss pricing based on frequency and number of days.

Hotel Key Cards Place your company’s logo and message along with the conference logo on the hotel key cards distributed to all AISES guests at our host hotel, the Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center. Artwork to be provided by sponsoring company.


AISES National Conference 35th

Denver Oct 31-Nov 2 2013

ELEVATE Educational Programming Academic Opportunities AISES provides a multitude of educational workshops, trainings and sessions to its members throughout the National Conference. These offerings are designed to help prepare and encourage students so that they may successfully progress to the next level of their educational and research pursuits.

$20,000 Student Awards Ceremony/Luncheon Provide 10-minute opening remarks at the Student Awards Luncheon, where students and college chapters are recognized for their academic accomplishments. Recognition on luncheon signage and inclusion in the conference program.

$10,000 GRAD (Getting Ready for Advanced Degrees) Lab Demonstrate your support for continued growth of Natives pursuing advanced degrees in STEM. Includes recognition on session signage and a 10-minute welcome by a representative of the sponsoring organization.


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Denver Oct 31-Nov 2 2013

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Research Competitions Graduate, undergraduate and pre-college students submit written abstracts and present their research using a poster or oral format. Submissions are evaluated by a committee of STEM professionals.

$10,000

Graduate Research Oral & Poster Competitions (or 2 Co-Sponsors at $5,000)

$10,000

Undergraduate Research Oral & Poster Competitions (or 2 Co-Sponsors at $5,000)

$2,000

Pre-College Poster Competition

$6,000

Student Research Abstract Booklet and Student Awards Booklet

$5,000

Student Orientation: Thursday, October 31

The student research abstract booklet contains the abstracts of all student research presented during the poster and oral competitions. The Student Awards booklet recognizes AISES’ pre-college and college recipients program winners including winners of academic competitions and scholarships.

Provide 10-minute welcoming remarks at the mandatory orientation for all student conference attendees.


AISES National Conference 35th

Denver Oct 31-Nov 2 2013

ELEVATE New Opportunities to Sponsor Session Tracks Friday, November 1

Includes recognition on session signage and a 10-minute welcome from the sponsoring organization preceding the first session of each track. Opportunity to disseminate materials (requires pre-approval).

$5,000

PER TRACK

$5,000

Pre-College Track Educator Development Track Professional Development Track Track Webcast (Webcast your sponsored track to conferece attendees and others through a secure link. Only available to session track sponsor.)

Saturday, November 2 Includes recognition on session signage and a 10-minute welcome from the sponsoring organization preceding the first session of each track. Opportunity to disseminate materials (requires pre-approval).

$8,000

PER TRACK

$5,000 $10,000 $5,000

$1,500 per student

Pre-College Track College Track Educator Development Track Professional Development Track Track Webcast (Webcast your sponsored track to conferece attendees and others through a secure link. Only available to session track sponsor.)

Plenary Session: Nov. 1 On-stage recognition of sponsorship prior to beginning of plenary.

Session Podcasting AISES will select up to five sessions during the conference to create podcasts from. Podcasts will be made available post-conference to AISES members via the AISES website. Sponsor logo will appear on bumper and footer.

Student Travel Scholarship Underwrite an AISES student’s attendance at the 2013 National Conference. Your $1,500 will be applied towards round-trip travel, hotel, and conference registration (includes a $150 administrative fee).


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AISES

National Conference

Denver Oct 31-Nov 2 2013

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Additional Event Sponsorship Opportunities

Gatherings & Meals $15,000 Opening Reception: Thursday, October 31

As the exclusive sponsor of the opening reception, a senior executive from your company will be invited to provide 10-minute opening remarks.

$12,000 Social Celebration: Friday, November 1 Sponsor the social event, deejay and snacks to receive prominent visibility at this fun-filled event on Friday night.

$10,000 Continental Breakfast (3 available)

Reinforce your brand visibility and commitment to sustainability with your logo emblazoned on a reusable coffee mug.

$10,000 Career Fair Lunch: Friday, November 1 Conference attendees will see your company’s logo on each career fair lunch box.

$8,000 Saturday Night Pow Wow: November 2 $10,000 New! Morning Fun Run: Thursday, October 31

Promote healthy living and support AISES Collegiate Scholars! AISES will host an inaugural 5K Fun Run on the morning of Thursday, October 31. Proceeds from registration will support AISES scholarships.

Branding $10,000 Conference Program Printing

Receive the back cover of the program for your full color advertisement. Exclusive advertising opportunity. The only other organizations with full-page advertisements in the conference program are Turquoise sponsors.

$10,000 E-Lounge

Conference attendees will see your logo in the e-lounge as the screen saver.

$10,000 National Conference Bag

Emblazon your company’s logo on bags every conference attendee receives.

$5,000 Lanyard for ID Holder $5,000 Volunteer Lounge and T-Shirt $500 New! Conference Bag Insert (limit 2 per organization; requires pre-approval) $200 New! Pre-Conference Email Communication (limit 2 per organization)


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AISES

Key Contact Info

National Conference

Denver Oct 31-Nov 2 2013

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SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

How to Register

Hotel Information All reservations must be made by Friday, September 27, 2013. HYATT REGENCY DENVER CONVENTION CENTER 650 15th Street Denver CO 80202 303-436-1234 $149 – single/double $174 – triple $199 – quad Mention AISES to receive group rates. Or book online at: https://resweb.passkey.com/go/AISES

Important Dates September 6, 2013

Final day to register as an exhibitor or sponsor with inclusion in Conference Program

September 10, 2013

Last day to cancel booth space with a full refund, less $100 processing free

Shirley LaCourse, Business Development Director PO Box 9828 Albuquerque NM 87119 slacourse@aises.org Phone: 505-765-1052 x114 Fax: 505-765-5608 EXHIBIT BOOTH SALES Sheryl Wilkeson, Director, Member Services, Marketing & Events PO Box 9829 Albuquerque NM 87119 swilkeson@aises.org Phone: 505-765-1052 x108 Fax: 505-765-5608 EXHIBIT DECORATOR Convention Services of the Southwest 1921 Bellamah NW Albuquerque NM 87104 Phone: 505-243-9889 Fax: 505-243-8197 esr@cssabq.com

September 27, 2013

Hotel reservation cut-off date

October 5, 2013

Last day to register Exhibitor booth before price increase

October 18, 2013

Final day to register as an exhibitor or sponsor with inclusion in Conference supplement

October 18, 2013

Final day to cancel exhibitor space with a 50% refund, less $100 processing fee

Please help AISES utilize its resources to support its members by helping us avoid hotel attrition charges. Any rooms reserved and subsequently released puts us at risk of not reaching our contractual agreement on rooming block—exposing AISES to pay the difference. If you’re holding a block of rooms and your plans change, requiring you to reduce the quantity of rooms needed, make your adjustments before the cut-off date of September 27, 2013, so AISES is not held responsible. Thank you!

ATTENDEE REGISTRATION AISES www.aises.org/nationalconference/register


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2012 Exhibitor List

3M Corporation AISES Publishing, Inc. Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium Alyeska Pipeline Service Company/ Alaska Native Program American Chemical Society American Indian College Fund American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) American Indian Program - New Mexico State University American Univ. Washington Intern ships for Native Students (WINS) AMERIND Risk Management Army Corps of Engineers ASRC Federal Holding Company/ ASRC Energy Services ASU - American Indian Students United for Nursing Baker Hughes Be An Actuary BP Bristol Bay Native Corporation Bristol Bay Native Corporation Bristol Alliance of Companies Bristol Bay Native Corporation Eagle Applied Sciences, LLC Bristol Bay Native Corporation Kakivik Asset Management Bristol Bay Native Corporation SpecPro, Inc. Center for Coastal Margin Observation and Prediction Central Intelligence Agency Chevron Chrysler Group LLC Cleveland Clinic College Horizons College of Engineering/North Carolina State Univ. College of the Environment, University of Washington Colorado School of Mines Graduate School

Columbia University Columbia University, School of Engineering & Applied Science Cornell University Defense Security Service Dept. of Veterans Affairs (HRRO) Division of Energy & Mineral Development Donlin Gold Environmental Defense Fund Forest Products Laboratory, USDA Forest Service Fort Lewis College GE GE Aviation General Motors Georgetown University Biomedical Graduate Education Google Harvard University Native American Program Howard University: The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation IBM Illinois Institute of Technology Ilisagvik College Indians into Medicine Intel Intertribal Timber Council Iowa State University iPlant Collaborative/ CSHL Jacobs School of Engineering UC San Diego Jet Propulsion Laboratory Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Lewis & Clark Law School LIGO Lockheed Martin Corporation Los Alamos National Laboratory Massachusetts Institute of Technology Mayo Clinic- Spirit of EAGLES Merck Michigan State University

Microsoft MIRTHE Center Montana State University National Aeronautics and Space Administration National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal & Skin Diseases National Institute of Mental Health/ NIH National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) National Research Council of the National Academies National Science Foundation Native American Center of Excellence- UW SOM Natural Resources Conservation Service- USDA Navajo Nation Oil & Gas Company New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology North Carolina State North Dakota State University Northeastern University Northrop Grumman Northwest Indian College Norton Sound Health Corporation NOVA Corporation NSF Engineering Research Centers Oregon Health & Science University School of Nursing Oregon State University, Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife Organization for Tropical Studies Peace Corps Praxair Inc. Princeton University School of Engineering & Applied Science Procter and Gamble Purdue University Native American Educational and Cultural Center Raytheon Rochester Institute of Technology Rural Alaska Honors Institute (RAHI) UAF Rural Student Services/UAF SACNAS


AISES National Conference 35th

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2012 Exhibitor List

Sanford Research/USD Science Education Programs at Oak Ridge National Lab Sealaska Corporation SEARHC-South East Alaska Regional Health Consortium SMART Scholarship for Service Program Society of American Indian Government Employees (SAIGE) SPAWAR SYS CEN PAC Stanford School of Earth Sciences Strategic Systems Programs Student Conservation Association Teach For America The Boeing Company The Bonneville Power Administration The Genome Institute at Wash ington University in St. Louis The Graduate School, Purdue University The PhD Project The Scripps Research Institute The University of Chicago The University of Illinois Graduate College Tribal College Journal U. S. Air Force ROTC U. S. Coast Guard U.S. Army U.S. Coast Guard Academy U.S. Department of State U.S. Geological Survey U.S. Navy UAF Bristol Bay Campus UC Berkeley, American Indian Graduate Program United States Air Force Academy United States Intelligence Community United States Marine Corps Univ of WA/Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Univ. of California-Irvine Ameri can Indian Resource Center

Univ. of New Mexico, School of Engineering University of Alaska Fairbanks University of California, Berke ley-Undergraduate Admission University of California, Davis University of Illinois at Chicago Graduate College University of Michigan University of Minnesota, Morris University of North Carolina at Pembroke University of North Dakota University of Notre Dame University of Oklahoma University of Oregon University of Phoenix University of Washington - JISAO

University of Washington MSTP (MD/PhD) University of Washington, Chemical Engineering University of Wisconsin Madison, College of Engineering URS Corporation US Department of Defense US Environmental Protection Agency US Nuclear Regulatory Commission Washington University-Biology & Biomedical Sciences Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies


AISES National Conference 35th

Denver Oct 31-Nov 2 2013

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American Indian Science and Engineering Society

National Conference Sponsorship Commitment Form

Company/Organization/School: (This name will be used for printed material that will be used throughout the conference. Please print clearly.)

Contact Information Mr./Mrs./Ms./Dr.

Title

Address City Phone (

State

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Email

Fax (

Zip Code )

Website URL (URL will be embedded into homepage logo)

Gemstone Sponsor Levels 

Turquoise (Major) Sponsor $50,000

Coral Sponsor $30,000

Lapis Sponsor $20,000

Onyx Sponsor $10,000

Advertising Opportunities Exclusively for Gemstone Sponsors (subject to availability) 

Hospitality Room $3,000

Banner Signage $2,000

Hotel Key Card Sponsorship $4,000

Electronic Reader Board Advertising $1,000 – $3,000

Interview Booth  $600 each. Quantity: Gatherings & Meals 

Opening Reception $15,000

Career Fair Lunch $10,000

Social Celebration $12,000

Pow Wow - Saturday $8,000

Continental Breakfast $10,000 (3 available)

Fun Run - Thursday $10,000

Branding 

Conference Program Printing $10,000

Volunteer Lounge, T-Shirts $5,000

E-Lounge $10,000

Conference Bag Insert $500 (limit 2 per org.)

National Conference Bag $10,000

Pre-Conference Email Communication $200

Lanyard for ID Holder $5,000

(limit 2 per org.)


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American Indian Science and Engineering Society

National Conference Sponsorship Commitment Form (cont.)

Educational Programming and Academic Competitions 

Student Awards Ceremony/Luncheon $20,000

GRAD Lab $10,000

Graduate Research Oral & Poster Competitions $10,000 or  $5,000 (max of 2 co-sponsors)

Undergraduate Research Oral & Poster Competitions $10,000 or  $5,000 (max of 2 co-sponsors)

Pre-College Poster Competition $2,000

Student Research Abstract Booklet and Student Awards Booklet $6,000

Student Orientation $5,000

Friday Track: Educator Development $5,000........plus  Webcast $5,000*

Friday Track: Pre-College $5,000............................plus  Webcast $5,000*

Friday Track: Professional Development $5,000....plus  Webcast $5,000*

Saturday Track: Pre-College $8,000.......................plus  Webcast $5,000*

Saturday Track: College $8,000..............................plus  Webcast $5,000*

Saturday Track: Professional $8,000.......................plus  Webcast $5,000*

Saturday Track: Educator $8,000............................plus  Webcast $5,000*

* must be the track sponsor in order to sponsor the webcast

Other Sponsorship Categories 

Plenary Session: Friday, November 1 $10,000

Session Podcasting $5,000

Student Travel Scholarship $1,500 per student x ___students

General Conference Support: Amount $___________USD

Payment Information

Payment Method

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Credit Card

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Total Sponsorship...................$

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Payments should be made payable to AISES and mailed to:

AISES, PO Box 9828, Albuquerque NM 87119-9828 Tax ID # 73-1023474


AISES is going to Orlando, Florida for the 2014 National Conference. Start Planning Now!

American Indian Science and Engineering Society


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AISES Circle Partners The following outstanding organizations are recognized for their commitment to supporting the educational and professional development of American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians in the STEM fields. AISES’ Circle Partners diversify their AISES involvement over at least two national events or programs. For more information on how to become a Circle Partner, please contact Shirley LaCourse at slacourse@aises.org.

Full Circle of Support Partners

Circle of Support Sponsors

Excellence Partners

Success Partners


AISES 2013 National Conference Exhibitor Prospectus