Sponsoring Campus Events
To sponsor an event on campus, employers can provide either a meal or a snack for a special program or campus club meeting. We will try our best to match you with an event/program that would give you exposure to students or alumni that relate to your recruiting needs. If there is a written program, you will be included on it. If there is no program, we will allow flyers with career and internship information to be given out to students. Depending on the event, we may be able to arrange a table for you to be there.
Events for Sponsorship
Fall Holiday Service Trip
What: Students travel to San Francisco and volunteer at various agencies throughout the weekend.
Attendance: 15 students from all majors and classes
Service Opportunities: Companies sponsor rental cars or flights up to San Francisco. Food donations.
What: An overnight retreat for first year students to come together to learn more about each other and opportunities that are available to them.
Attendance: about 30 people
Sponsorship Opportunities: Listings in the marketing, providing the lodging, meal, or ropes course for the event. A representative could attend the event or logo could be represented on all handouts.
Sophomore Year Experience
What: An event focused on the sophomore "slump". A time to focus on opportunities on campus, what to look forward to in the upcoming year and what to expect come Junior and Senior year.
Attendance: Sophomore students from all majors.
Sponsorship Opportunity: advertise in the program, a table at the event, or a speaker.
What: Day long leadership conference open to all students and all majors
Attendance: About 100 students
Sponsorship Opportunity: table at the event, be listed as the primary sponsor in the program, have someone from your company come and speak or present a session.
Service Day (September 29)
What: Students serve at various agencies and places around the Conejo Valley
Attendance: 100 Students from all majors and classes
Sponsorship Opportunity: Your logo could be on the back of the Service Day T-shirts
What: Recreational Sport Leagues for students to involve themselves in a team to compete in softball, volleyball, dodgeball, innertube waterpolo, basketball, football, indoor soccer and kickball
Attendance: 400–500 students for the year from all majors and ages
Sponsorship Opportunity: Name of the sponsor on championship t shirts
Series of events that create opportunities for students to participate in non traditional activities off campus such as hiking, camping, surfing, snowboarding, rock climbing and kayaking.
Attendance: 100 students from all majors and ages
Sponsorship Opportunity: Include logo on the advertisement or on our webpage
NEED Coffee House
What: Bi-monthly late night program offered to students as an option or alternative to going out or to take a break from studying.
Sponsorship Opportunity: Could sponsor a free drink, the band for the night, or interactive activity taking place at the coffee house. Your logo could be on all the marketing going out that week, facebook, and have a table at the event.
What: A program that occurs every Friday night as an option for an alternative to going to parties, etc. Events range from on campus movie nights, Cosmic Bowling, Chucky Cheese, Ice Skating, etc.
Attendance: 300 students, from all class years and variety of majors.
Sponsorship Opportunity: Depending on the event there is a possibility for advertisement on brochures, signs, information table, etc.
Non NCAA collegiate athletic teams (ie, rugby, lacrosse and ultimate Frisbee) that compete in formal leagues and play matches and/or games against other schools with club sport affiliations
Attendance: 100 students of all ages and majors
Sponsorship Opportunity: Sponsor patch on all uniforms
What: An opportunity for students to purchase tickets at a discounted price for athletic events, cultural events, the arts, etc.
Attendance: Depending on the Get-a-Way, around 50–100 students from all years and majors.
Sponsorship Opportunity: We could possibly market the name of the company on the marketing for the particular event.
Commuter Connection / Commuter Events
What: An event focused solely on our Commuter student population. We send out a commuter connection newsletter quarterly and have commuter focused programs twice a semester, ranging from coffee and donuts to lunches.
Attendance: Solely commuter students from all majors and class years. Ranging anywhere from 15–50 students.
Sponsorship Opportunity: advertise in the commuter connection newsletter.
What: Students travel to local Habitat build sites to build homes alongside future homeowners.
Attendance: 15 students of all ages and majors.
Sponsorship Opportunity: Meals with signage (breakfast and lunch).