We offer mid-level sponsorship that includes more amenities than usual. Your company will have a display table at the event of course but you will also enjoy promotions through our website, team shirts, Facebook and Instagram. Snacks and lunch will be provided to the representative attending the event and they will have a brief opportunity to address the full audience.
You can purchase an individual location or combo of all locations with the PayPal button below. If you wish to do a unique combination of events, please request an individual invoice by emailing Maura at firstname.lastname@example.org or text 443-285-2921
If you are thinking of having us deliver a competition in your area, this will give you an idea of how much funding we will need to raise. We have several reliable sponsors to work with. Competitions include 5 rounds of questions: Process of care and delivery of DH services, Scientific basis of DH, Visual ID, Research/Ethics, and Case studies.
Four staff members will be on hand to deliver, judge, score and moderate the competition.
We will reach out to the programs and communicate details related to the event using email, post, social media outlets and phone calls.
We will organize and share the online and onsite registration
Teams scoring 2nd, 3rd and 4th will receive ribbons while the 1st place team will be awarded a beautiful crystal trophy. Fun door prizes and poster competition gift cards keep the audience in the winning spirit.
This will vary drastically based on location. We will do our very best to keep the cost to the absolute minimum.
Shirts are printed on team colored shirts with the logos of all the supporters on the back.
Each scholarship awarded is intended for NBDHE fees
We have a one hour lunch break which can be used as a meet and greet or lunch and learn.
if a trophy just isn't enough to show your pride
$500 for 1st, $150 for 2nd and $100 for 3rd (example: true prize $ is reflective of actual amount raised)
We work with several wonderful business supporters to fund these costs so it can remain free for students.