Partner with us to launch the STEM careers of diverse young talent
Corporate partners improving DEI in STEM fields
Of companies that host an event with Lumity sign up to repeat the experience
Of partner schools with 90%+ students from backgrounds under-represented in STEM
Community partnerships across the Chicago area
The power of partnership
We couldn’t do what we do without our partners. STEM Career Prep and STEMWorks are supported and enriched by our partnerships with employers, STEM professionals, schools, community organizations, foundations, and government agencies.
“Our STEM Transformer sponsorship is a testament to Lumity’s partnership with us and an engagement level that makes an impact on the students.”
– Ferrara Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Council
Become a partner
Create equitable opportunity
Help us expand diversity, equity, and inclusion in the STEM Fields
Expand corporate ESG
Make progress on ESG goals by working with your local community and increasing diversity
Provide volunteer opportunities
Offer employee volunteer opportunities that are fun, make a difference and feed the soul
Develop leadership skills
Foster leadership opportunities as employees guide Lumity youth on STEM design projects
Tap into young talent
Access a rich pipeline of talented Chicago students.
Increase brand awareness
Introduce the next generation of STEM leaders to your business
A partnership with Lumity is an investment in the next generation of STEM leaders
Lumity partners with a variety of organizations to support our youth in preparing for careers and life. Each of the organizations below play a critical role in helping to launch our participants’ careers, including offering youth professional certification training and employment opportunities.
Adults Active In Youth Development (AAYD)
CompTIA Tech Career Academy
City Colleges of Chicago
South Suburban College
Star Truck Driving School
$25,000 Deloitte Foundation, Polk Bros Foundation, PwC, and USG
$2,500 – $4,999 Enterprise Holding Foundation
$50,000 Karen Manilow and Nathan Baldwin, in memory of Robert and Gleela Bladwin
$10,000 – $25,000 Steve and Becky Betts, Cathie and Jack Kozik, and Kevin McMeen
$5,000 – $9,999 Alok Dalal, Chris and Jennifer Johnston, Katherine Kohatsu, Linda Ragsdale, Rose Traubert and Sam Schwartz, and Tom Wake
$2,500 – $4,999 Mia Boom-Ibes, Ruben Chacon, Ellen Hanson, Anson Johnson, Kara Kennedy, Rich McGhee, Burak Pirgun, Socka Suppiah, Sheila Talton, Jennifer Telek, Fred Thompson, Srinivas Veeramasuneni, and Promod Vohra
$1,000 – $2,499 John Batcha, James Beattie, Maria Benitez, Russell Bostick, Jolanta Gal, Nelson Imana, Steven Johnson, Sue Johnston, Leslie Jones, Daniel Joo, Mark Kaufmann, Kathy McDonald, Elizabeth McMeen, Jennifer Onofray, Palmer Family Foundation Trust, Jim Petrassi, Deborah Phadnis, Ruchir Ranjan, Marvin Richardson, Adam D Roscher, Eric Sanders, Steve Sesterhenn, Brijesh Shah, and Charles Swanson
$500 – $999 Alfie Bingham, Tye Clark, Jon Fieldman, Emalee Flaherty, Sharon Furiya, Marin Gjaja, Maria Hall, Felipe Hillard, Maria Jerkovic, George Keporos, Tom Luick, Ron McClain, Tim McGrath, Gary Misner, Jeff and Christine Morse, Roopa Phadnis, Deborah Phillips, Willis Pugh, Naveen Punati, Joe Reifel, Kevin Rice, Laura Rogers, Terry Rosenstiel, Robin Scheier, Gary Steeno, Sivu Suppiah, Arnold Tate, and Alexander Villani-Gale
$250 – $499 David Blackburn, Heather Boggs, John and Jennifer Conroyd, Todd Covert, Alex Dadakis, Andrew DeLave, Kathryn Duffy, Gautam Gandhi, Kelly Geary, Greg Guidotti, Mark Hemphill, Salvatore Immordino, Douglas Jack Family Charitable Fund, Andy Khorshid, Shifra Kolsky, Katie Lawler, Carrie Lonze, Rachael Marusarz, David McGranahan, John and Jen Mickey, Mihyar Mohamed, Norman Murrin, Victoria Ocholla, Josephine Porter, Maria Schodtler, Matt Scotty, Ken Sourounis, Geraldine Tolbert, James Walker, Jacqueline White, and Wilson Family Fund
$25,000 – $49,999 Allstate, Chili Piper, Creospan, Infostretch, and Underwriters Laboratories
$10,000 – $24,999 Accenture, Aon Corporation, CDW, Clarity Partners, PwC, and Sirus
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