Sponsorship

 

$10,000 Gold Level Sponsor

Your contribution at this level includes acknowledgement via your name/ company logo on our website and print materials, and an invitation to all of our wonderful Denver-based events.

$25,000 Diamond Level Sponsor

Your sponsorship at this level includes acknowledgement on our website, your logo on all of our branding as a US-Brazil Connect Partner, an invitation to all Denver-based events, an invitation to a yearly forum meeting with all of our top sponsors, and an invitation to meet with any Brazilian representatives who visit the United States.

$50,000 Platinum Level Sponsor

Your support at this level includes acknowledgement on our website, your logo on all of our branding as a US-Brazil Connect Partner, an invitation
to all Denver-based events, participation in a Business Leadership visit to Brazil, private meetings with key leaders of the Confederation of Industry, participation in cultural exchange activities for executives, an invitation to a yearly forum meeting with all of our top sponsors, and an invitation to meet with any Brazilian representatives who visit the United States.

About Our Partnerships

Brazilian Confederation of Industry (CNI) 

The Brazilian Confederation of Industry, also know as CNI, is one of the largest trade associations in the world, with affiliate organizations in 26 states and the Federal District in Brazil. The SESI and SENAI education programs of CNI are funded by a payroll tax. SESI/SENAI operate over 700 technical training schools in Brazil serving 5 million students annually. CNI has invested $8 million into US-Brazil Connect and has been instrumental is co-creating all our solutions.

The United States Embassy 

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The US Embassy in Brazil has been a strong supporter of US-Brazil Connect. The Embassy provided a generous $45,000 grant for two consecutive years to support the 2015 and 2016 student visit to the United States.

“The US Embassy in Brazil is proud to support the impressive collaborative initiative of US-Brazil Connect. This partnership includes the Brazilian Confederation of Industry, 20 state-level industry associations in Brazil, six U.S. community colleges, and 11 Colorado companies and schools,” said the U.S. Ambassador to Brazil, Liliana Ayalde. “This grant is an exciting step forward for US-Brazil Connect. It enables more connections between the US and Brazil while creating opportunities for students who will create innovation in both countries,” states Mary Gershwin, president of US Brazil Connect. “

The Brazil Institute. Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars 

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The Brazil Institute seeks to foster dialogue on key issues of bilateral concern between Brazil and the United States, advance Washington’s understanding of contemporary Brazilian developments, and promote detailed analysis of Brazil’s public policy. The Brazil Institute is a part of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, the national, living memorial honoring President Woodrow Wilson. The Wilson Center provides a strictly nonpartisan space for the worlds of policy-making and scholarship to interact. By conducting relevant and timely research and promoting dialogue from all perspectives, it works to address the critical current and emerging challenges confronting the United States and the world. Created by an Act of Congress in 1968, The Wilson Center is headquartered in Washington, D.C. and supported by both public and private funds.

Community College Consortium

Part of our mission is to provide access to affordable transformative learning experiences. One way we do this is by providing an international fellowship for community college students.  US-Brazil Connect strengthens U.S. community college capacity to participate in high-impact, high-value partnerships with Brazilian institutions. Membership is by invitation.

Our Impact in Action