The Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools is excited about the many opportunities that our Business/School Partnership Program provides to our local business community.
Many local businesses are finding true value in partnering with their local school district. By making an investment in a sponsorship of a program, activity, class, or even school building, it is an opportunity to show a commitment to the community where they do business. From underwriting technology, events, publications and naming rights on facilities and grounds to mentoring, providing speakers, internships, field trips or professional development, there is a wide range of opportunities for businesses to give of their time, talent, energy and/or resources.
Top Reasons to Partner with Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools
For a Business:
- Qualified employees
- Positive community relations
- Consumer knowledge
- Understanding education
- Positive employee involvement
- Marketing opportunities
For a School District:
- Positive Community Relations
- Financial assistance
- Student recognition
- Staff recognition
- Understanding of business
- Mentorship/Internship opportunities
Whether it is providing mentorships, student and employee recognition programs, professional development, parent workshops, career speakers, donation of products/services, or funding for building projects or events, businesses have an opportunity to make a difference for Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools.
By making an investment in a sponsorship of a program, activity, class, or even a school building, it is an opportunity to show that the business is committed to the community where they do business. There are so many businesses in the Chagrin Falls and surrounding areas that have a great deal to offer to our schools. Taking their knowledge and expertise in their industry and finding ways to apply and share with our students can be very beneficial to the learning process. The district also welcomes businesses to participate in our new Business Advisory Council consisting of local business leaders who come together to discuss ways area businesses can become more involved with the district.
For more information, call
Chris Woofter, Director of Operations and Strategic Initiatives at
440/247-5449 or firstname.lastname@example.org