GM University Partner Program

GM Foundation Awards $2.8 Million to Higher Education.

The Luxonomist. 31/12/2015

The General Motors Foundation announced grants totaling more than $2.8 million in 2015 to support 31 universities and organizations across the country through its University/Organization Partner Program. 

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Northwestern University. Click for more information

The initiative provides funding to advance post-secondary education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to help more students graduate with STEM-related degrees. The funds also support design and manufacturing degree programs, diversity initiatives, student organizations and career development resources.

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National Society of Black Engineers. Click for more information

“Technology and innovation are our future,” said Jackie Parker, president of the GM Foundation and director of GM Global Philanthropy and Corporate Giving. “Through this program, we’re fostering skills and education that the next generation of leaders and innovators will need to succeed and compete globally.”

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Georgia Institute of Technology. Click for more information

Since its inception in 1976, the GM Foundation has donated hundreds of millions of dollars to American charities, educational organizations and to disaster relief efforts worldwide. The GM Foundation focuses on supporting Education, Health and Human Services, the Environment and Community Development initiatives, mainly in the communities where GM operates. Funding of the GM Foundation comes solely from GM. The last contribution to the GM Foundation was made in 2001.

(Featured Image:  Ohio State University)

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