Partners and Sponsors

We would like to thank our partners and sponsors for their support for the consortium.

Learn how you can become a sponsor. 

All Sponsor Benefits Package

  1. Full access to the 2025 Community College Futures Assembly and the 30 community college teams,
  2. Ability to initiate one-on-one meetings at scheduled receptions and social breaks,
  3. Formal acknowledgment of sponsors at the opening and closing of plenary sessions,
  4. Option to include one marketing item in the conference swag bag,
  5. Dedicated page for all sponsors with their logos, and
  6. Two complimentary registrations to the Assembly which include two evening receptions and the celebratory award ceremony. The event will take place at the Menger Hotel in San Antonio, Texas.


Sponsorship Opportunities

Award Ceremony Sponsor - $7,500: (1 sponsorship)

  • The sponsor is identified throughout the program and provided with a table at the Bellwether Showcase alongside the 30 community college teams. This top sponsor is provided high-visibility branding on stage and given the option to provide brief welcoming remarks at the awards ceremony. A complimentary exhibit table is provided at the Bellwether Finalist Showcase. The all-sponsor benefits package is also included.

Luncheon or Reception Sponsor - $5,000: (3 sponsorships)

  • The luncheon or reception sponsor supports the assembly luncheon or one of two receptions. Sponsors will also receive all-sponsor benefits.

Breakfast Sponsor - $3,500: (2 sponsorships)

  • See the all-sponsor benefits package listed above.

Contact: Dina Cassity-Rodriguez at or 210-485-0019 for more information.
Secure your opportunity to meet the 30 Bellwether finalist teams and award-winners for 2025!


Event Sponsors


Lumina Foundation is an independent, private foundation in Indianapolis committed to making opportunities for learning beyond high school available to all. We envision higher learning that is easy to navigate, addresses racial injustice, and meets the nation’s talent needs through a broad range of credentials. We are working toward a system that prepares people for informed citizenship and success in a global economy.


Upwardly Global is the premier national organization working to support immigrants and refugees with international credentials to restart their careers in the United States.


Lightcast is a global leader in labor market analytics.
We connect people with jobs by providing businesses, communities, and education institutions with the best labor market data possible. Our data-driven insight enables better, faster decisions.







The Alamo Colleges District is the largest provider of higher education in South Texas with more than 72,000 students taking credit, workforce, and continuing education courses annually. We serve Bexar County and beyond with five individually accredited colleges, seven educational training centers, AlamoONLINE, Early College High Schools (ECHS), and Pathways in Technology Early College High Schools (P-TECH).

ACD - Alamo Colleges District





The Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) is a non-profit educational organization of governing boards, representing more than 6,500 elected and appointed trustees who govern over 1,200 community, technical, and junior colleges in the United States and beyond.

ACCT -  Association of Community College Trustees

The National Council for Continuing Education & Training (NCCET) is committed to providing its members with services that keep them up to date on new trends, help maintain a personal and professional network, and the latest leading-edge programs.

NCCET - National Council for Continuing Education and Training


With its formation in 1977, the National Council of Instructional Administrators (NCIA), an affiliate of the American Association of Community Colleges, quickly grew to become one of the largest affiliates of the AACC. It has evolved over time providing for the instructional administrator an agenda for leadership, advocacy, innovation and professional development.

NCIA - National Council of Instructional Administrators

Since the first meeting of the state directors in 1961, the Council has been involved in the coordination of community colleges at the state level and in stimulating the professional development of administrators and faculty. It has supported the efforts of the American Association of Community and Junior Colleges and the Association of Community College Trustees to secure federal legislation favorable to public higher education.

NCSDCC - National Council of State Directors of Community Colleges



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