Sponsorship provides an opportunity to invest more directly in an organization that offers continuing education and professional training in historic preservation and cultural resource management—areas that may be closely connected to services organizations provide to their client base.
Benefits of Sponsorship
Many organizations have already shown support by investing in training staff using NPI courses. Sponsors may receive recognition through name or logo identification on weekly emails and on the website’s Sponsor page, and complimentary training.
NPI’s national audience covers the widest range of participants in the field—from advocates and contractors to professionals working on the federal, state, and local levels.
• Weekly email: 8,200+
• Facebook: 1,600+ likes / 1,850+ follows
• LinkedIn: 400+ connections
NPI offers several annual sponsorship packages, allowing Sponsors to choose which type of support best meets their philanthropic and/or marketing goals. NPI is a 501(c)3 organization and your contribution may be tax deductible. We hope you will take the next step by committing to become a valued Sponsor for one or more years.
• Great presentation. I thought I had a pretty good understanding and breadth of Native American history, but I learned a lot of new things
• Relevant and practical to my personal/professional goals. The instructor presents well—organized and methodical.
• I was expecting most of this to be a review of what I already knew, and while much of the content was familiar, I learned a lot. I appreciate the depth of the content and clear explanations.
• It’s very helpful to have someone from a cultural resources background explain how this technology can be implemented.
• The instructor was knowledgeable and presented information in an easy-to-understand way. They covered difficult topics effectively.
Become an NPI Sponsor Today!
Click here to see the full range of Sponsor Opportunities, Sponsorship Levels and Benefits, and how to donate today.
Questions? Contact Jere Gibber, Executive Director, 703.765.0100, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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