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Private support enhances our capacity to be a public voice for engineering.
During the 2018 NAE Annual Meeting, Dr. Mote announced that the NAE has committed to a major fundraising campaign for the Academy. The campaign leads from strength, seeking funding to support strong, action-oriented programs. You can learn more about the ambitions for the campaign in Dr. Mote's Annual Meeting Address.
If you would like to learn more about how you can make an investment in the NAE and get involved in the campaign, contact Radka Z. Nebesky, Director of Development, or Lauren Bartolozzi, Associate Director of Development.
The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) announced today that it is receiving a $2 million investment from the A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation to support and expand EngineerGirl, NAE’s premier program that brings national attention to the exciting opportunities that engineering represents for girls and women. The gift was made under an agreement signed on June 28.
“We are grateful to the Clark Foundation for this generous investment, which will empower EngineerGirl to expand its reach and spark interest in engineering among even more young people at a time when the profession greatly needs more diversity and inclusion,” said outgoing NAE President C. D. Mote, Jr. “Private philanthropy provides the essential financial support that many of the NAE’s programs depend on to grow and advance engineering. This grant is particularly meaningful because my friend Jim Clark set a powerful example to us all with his leadership in engineering and his passion for getting young people involved, especially young women.”
Read the official press release.
The National Academy of Engineering has received a $100,000 gift to establish the Dr. Jennie S. Hwang Endeavor Fund. The fund was made possible through a generous donation from Dr. Jennie S. Hwang, CEO, H-Technologies Group.
This endowment will fund programs at the NAE that support high school and college students—with a preference for women and underrepresented minorities (URM's)—to enhance exposure to diverse and/or international perspectives in engineering education, networking, and the profession.
Read more about the new endowment established by Dr. Hwang.
Letter from President Anderson
Letter from President Mote
Giving by the Numbers