Page Content Donate Now Contact Us One of the strategic priorities for Dallas College is to reduce income disparity in our communities by targeting underserved populations and individuals by providing educational opportunities leading to high-demand jobs. South Dallas has limited resources for educational and career training, along with few facilities to address basic needs for living. Dallas College will identify and deliver entry-level training options for middle-skills employment in high-demand career pathway sectors of manufacturing, health science, information technology, transportation, aviation, and distribution and logistics along with flexible and responsive training that can evolve and adapt to the workforce needs in south Dallas. Dallas College is committing $5 million to the startup and annual operations for this project to lay the foundation needed to bring these services to the area and build collaborative partnerships with United Way and Workforce Solutions Greater Dallas for the center. While Dallas College is investing a sizable amount to provide services and training opportunities in the southern sector, additional philanthropic support and sponsorships are needed to create the transformational change this community desperately needs. Dallas College is seeking partners to assist in the first three phases of building a foundation to sustain the classrooms, lab training, and wrap-around services in a three-year growth project timeline. Specifically, funding is needed to support the following: Phase OneInfrastructure Development $800,000Summer '23 - Spring '24 For furniture and the technology infrastructure for IT network (cloud services and other sustainable tech services) TwoSkill-Based Learning Implementation $1.1 MillionSummer '24 - Summer '25 To promote skill-based hiring through industry-recognized credentials that supports AI, virtual reality and other advanced technology.To provide resources for basic needs (food, child care, housing and transportation). ThreeExpansion of the Skill-Based Learning and Support Services $1.1 MillionFall '24 - Summer '25 Opportunities & Benefits Our goal is to form alliances with partners who can bring about changes that elevate the workforce using forward-thinking resources and upskill training. This partnership opportunity will offer marketing, visibility, and connections from your organization to our Dallas College community and other organizations that support south Dallas. Branding and Recognition Space Opportunity 3662 W. Camp Wisdom Road Suite 2065 Dallas, TX 75237 Classrooms Space Name Square Feet Amount Classroom 1 800 $50,000 Classroom 2 720 $40,000 Classroom 3 620 $40,000 Lecture Room 680 $40,000 Classroom 4 780 $25,000 Classroom 5 860 $25,000 Classroom 6 780 $25,000 Classroom 7 860 $25,000 Classroom 8 780 $25,000 Classroom 9 860 $25,000 Classroom 10 780 $25,000 Classroom 11 860 $25,000 Classroom 12 780 $25,000 Classroom 13 860 $25,000 Classroom 14 780 $25,000 Classroom 15 860 $25,000 Teaching Labs Space Name Square Feet Amount Lab 1 630 $40,000 Lab 2 1,200 $60,000 Lab 3 630 $40,000 Lab 4 610 $40,000 Lab 5 630 $40,000 Lab 6 610 $40,000 Lab 7 630 $40,000 Lab 8 610 $40,000 Lab 9 1,260 $60,000 Lab 10 610 $40,000 VR Technology Training Room 1,200 $75,000 Workspaces Space Name Square Feet Amount Executive Offices Suite 2,000 $100,000 Call Center 1,150 $60,000 Executive Meeting Room 250 $50,000 Co-Working Space 880 $50,000 Employer Partner Training Space 880 $50,000 Social Spaces Space Name Square Feet Amount Front Reception Area 850 $150,000 Breakroom 1,180 $120,000 Kitchen 500 $75,000 Childcare Room 850 $75,000 Student Gathering Space (windows) 950 $60,000 Student Gathering Space (back) 1,275 $60,000 Locker Room 550 $50,000 Programming Sponsorship Opportunities Benefits and Levels of Support $500,000 $250,000 $125,000 $75,000 $50,000 $25,000 Top sponsors for main center events Branding on selected space(s) Press Release Announcement Social media and newsletters listing Co-host of the center’s training, social, and networking events Donor commemorative wall branding Company logo with link on the center’s webpage Name Only VIP service at special events Preferred employer partner wall These are five-year opportunities Commemorative Donor Recognition Wall A donor recognition wall acknowledging key center investors will be placed in the front reception area visible to all visitors and students. (Wall rendering is an example.) Large Sprocket: $5,000 each (10 available for five-year term) Medium Sprocket: $3,000 each (40 available for five-year term) Preferred Employer Partner Wall Designated hallway space will be available for employers to add their branding and QR codes leading to a webpage of the employer’s choice. The QR code can assist with tracking Dallas College students interested in careers at your location. For $3,000, an employer will receive a customized wall vinyl decal and branding on the center’s webpage for a three-year term with options to reinvest at the end of the term agreement. Payment Options To pay online visit Dallas College Foundation After payment is completed, please send a copy of the e-mail notice to DCSponsorships@DallasCollege.edu. To pay by check: Please make checks payable to the Dallas College Foundation and in the note section list: "RedBird Sponsorship.” Dallas College FoundationAttention: "RedBird Sponsorship”1601 Botham Jean Blvd., Suite 130Dallas, Texas 75215 Please send an e-mail to DCSponsorships@DallasCollege.edu when you mail your payment. Other payment options, invoice, and customized sponsorship information To pay by wire transfer or by phone, if you need an invoice, or would prefer to develop a customized sponsorship, contact DCSponsorships@DallasCollege.edu for more information.