|2014 Annual Meeting Sponsorship Opportunities|
The FUTURE of U.S. Scientific Innovation
The National Postdoctoral Association (NPA) Annual Meeting is the only national venue dedicated to the postdoctoral community. There are several opportunities for sponsorship that will allow corporations, institutions, associations, and societies to connect with postdoctoral researchers in a meaningful way. The Annual Meeting is a great opportunity to support the postdoctoral community and to let them know about your services and products.
Sponsorship at this level includes an acknowledgement in the advance meeting materials (online and hard copy), an acknowledgement in the program book, and an acknowledgement during the opening session.
Travel awards cover registration, lodging, and travel expenses for postdoctoral scholars to attend the Annual Meeting. Funds will be competitively awarded and limited to one per institution. Travel award sponsorship does not include registration for the sponsor.
Travel Award $1,000 minimum NO LONGER AVAILABLE
Local Postdoc Registration Award $500 minimum NO LONGER AVAILABLE
One complimentary registration is included. Additional representatives must register and pay registration fees to attend the meeting. Representatives will receive the member/administrator rate for the fees. The NPA Staff will replenish the literature as required. Available on a first come, first served basis.
Literature table $850
Sponsorship at this level includes company logo on lanyards distributed to all Annual Meeting attendees, an acknowledgement in the advance meeting materials (online and hard copy), and an acknowledgement in the program book. Badges required for entrance to all Annual Meeting events.
Lanyard Sponsor $1,000 (1 available) SOLD
Download the 2014 Annual Meeting Sponsorship Prospectus.
Contact Amy N. Wilson, Office & Marketing Manager, to confirm your sponsorship.
The NPA is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, and your sponsorship may be considered a tax-deductible contribution, according to the limits of the law. For example, the portion of your sponsorship attributed to an ad in the program book may not be tax-deductible, depending on ad content.