Corporate and Foundation Relations
"There can be little doubt that a certain amount of corporate philanthropy is simply good business and works for the long-term benefit of the investors." John Mackey
Corporations and foundations that select Kelley Indianapolis as a recipient of their philanthropy are making a decision to support an educational program that provides real benefits to the community.
- Kelley Indianapolis has a history of educating central Indiana's business professionals. Kelley Indianapolis has graduated more than 13,000 students and 70% of them remain within the state.
- The school has more than 52 faculty who are actively engaged in research, teaching, and partnering with the business community.
- Currently, more than 2107 students are being educated in the school's programs, which range from online business certificate courses, to a BS in Business, to graduate programs in accounting, business, and taxation.
The benefits to corporations that give to Kelley Indianapolis go beyond the knowledge that they are doing something positive for education and central Indiana business. Corporate philanthropy has the potential to create unique partnerships between the school and the respective institution. There are opportunities for faculty research partnerships, student interns, or even new hires from the ranks of graduating students. Corporate and foundation philanthropy is truly beneficial to both.