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A key driver to the success of the Engineering Entrepreneurship program is our involvement with industry sponsors and alumni. The richness of this ongoing interaction between the Texas A&M University College of Engineering, the Engineering Entrepreneurship faculty and staff, the industry mentors and sponsors, and the students is mutually reinforcing, and brings together some of the best and the brightest minds in the world. The top-performing corporations today understand the value of entrepreneurship and they are looking for that unique combination of technical aptitude and entrepreneurial attitude that we are nurturing within Engineering Entrepreneurship.

If you or your organization is interested in learning more, contact Rodney Boehm, director of Engineering Entrepreneurship at, 979-458-5978 (o) or 214-684-6802 (c).


There are numerous ways to support the Engineering Entrepreneurship program. We can use you as a guest speaker, a judge for one of our many competitions, a student team or project mentor, a subject matter expert resource, a host for one of our events, a sponsor for one of our competitions, a member of our Steering Committee, and the list goes on and on. This is a wonderful way to give back to your beloved Texas A&M, and we would like to talk with you about ideas you may have and/or opportunities that we have.


Each semester, we have a number of events and competitions where we bring in industry partners to judge. This is a fabulous way for you to observe first-hand these talented students in action with a minimal time commitment on your part. For many, this represents their initial probe into the Engineering Entrepreneurship program.


One of the richest experiences of your post-university life will be to work directly with one of our project teams. The commitment is on the order of one to three hours per week, and we consistently hear from our industry mentors that they receive multiples of what they give.


The value of sponsorship is multifaceted. It affords you the opportunity to interface directly the brightest and most innovative students at Texas A&M -- literally, the leaders of tomorrow. You can choose the appropriate level of time and funding which fit into your business model and we can tailor that within our endeavors. Your investment in Engineering Entrepreneurship provides you with access to the students, direct observation of them in challenging roles and the ability to shape the debate of where these talented young people will focus their energy.