The Coalition of Schools Educating Boys of Color invites sponsors to join us in shaping positive and productive futures for boys and young men of color. This invitation is for corporations, institutions and individuals who are willing to see beyond the surface of limitations to a new vista of possibilities. Such possibilities are represented within a new national network of schools dedicated to the full and complete academic, social and emotional development of male students of color. We have created a range of sponsorship opportunities to meet your interests.
As an early supporter of this promising organization, sponsors become a part of the foundational group of allies for COSEBOC. Each sponsorship level offers ways for sponsors to get involved in the critical work of saving the educational futures of male students of color. Sponsors will have access to a national audience of determined and committed educational decision-makers and other champions for the cause. They will be able to showcase their valuable products and services to these educators. They will gain visibility and our sincere gratitude in many forms – on our website, in collateral materials, eblasts, and at the annual Gathering of Leaders.
COSEBOC is the only national organization that represents a diverse network of schools (public, charter public, private and faith based) totally focused on the education of boys and young men of color. COSEBOC and its member schools believe that as the educational trajectory for these students improves the yawning academic achievement gap begins to close.
Your support as a sponsor will help us to make the difference that will be the difference in providing every male student of color with an exemplary education. Success is within reach and failure is not an option.
Please join us on this worthwhile journey! For more information about becoming a sponsor, contact Esther Kaplan, Senior Director of Institutional Advancement, email@example.com or call 855-267-3262, x4.
Ron Walker, Executive Director
The Coalition of Schools Educating Boys of Color