Thank you to all of our 2019 OpportunityTalks partners! Together we made a million-dollar difference.
“Education is the key to unlocking the world” – Oprah Winfrey
Washington companies hold the key to access and success for Washington students. Together we are opening a robust workforce pipeline to meet our state’s demand for highly skilled workers, now and in the future.
This signature fundraising event raises $1 million dollars annually in support of the mission of the WSOS, and draws 1,000 corporate decision makers, community leaders, elected officials and education partners to a free breakfast. in 2019 we filled the Sheraton Grand Seattle to capacity with engaging Scholar stories and a dynamic keynote address by New York Times bestselling author, Adam Grant.
Together we hold the key to Washington jobs for Washington students.
Invest in Washington's future leaders
Your financial support is matched, dollar-for-dollar by the state of Washington, doubling the impact and reach of your company’s investment. Additionally, sponsors enjoy excellent visibility and recognition as their companies are showcased before our region’s leading technology, aerospace, biomedical, engineering, health care industry leaders and investors.
Every donation is 100% tax deductible. The WSOS tax ID is #27-2133169.
Thank you for supporting Washington’s next generation of trade, STEM and health care leaders. Donations from OpportunityTalks 2019 will benefit Scholars pursuing baccalaureate and career and technical education. Unless otherwise designated, WSOS will direct your dollars where they are needed most between the two programs.
See you next year at OpportunityTalks 2020 on November 12
Sponsorship recognition benefits begin at $1,500. Click the button below for the full 2019 partnership packet.
Interested in becoming a partner of the 2020 OpportunityTalks Breakfast? Your questions and ideas are welcome!
Contact Erin Ashley, WSOS Development Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 800-8014.
- AGC Biologics
- BECU Foundation
- City of Seattle
- MultiCare Health System
- New Tech Northwest
- Northeastern University
- Pier 70 Ventures
- UW Bothell
- Washington STEM
- CWU Foundation
- Seattle Central College
- UW College of Engineering
- UW External Affairs
- Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges