PIE programs jumpstart dynamic career opportunities for students and provide a better prepared workforce. PIE Partners can help with:
- Be a financial sponsor. We are a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization, and your donation is fully tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Learn More by visiting our Contribute page.
- If you have grantwriting experience, contact Mary Welsh Schlueter at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-871-9569.
- Become a guest columnist or featured author. Tell us how local leaders, superintendents, teachers, parents, government executives and business communities are spearheading initiatives making our communities “best in class”.
- Read and share our news, blog and education sites.
- Become an event sponsor for our quarterly Forums, with national keynote speakers and “action plan” results.
- Help create alliances between P.I.E. and other like-minded organizations. Partnerships heighten our exposure – and efficiency – as we search for the best ways to increase students’ academic and career opportunities.
- Help serve as a volunteer. Create partnerships between business leaders, educators, administrators, parents, policymakers and the media, as we discuss ways to achieve education reform that provides measurable results.
- Teach us. We ask teachers using innovation and technology to show how they are increasing academic achievement. Send us a video, blog or “best practice” lesson plan. We want to see how you engage your students, and how it produces measurable results.
- Let’s a make difference together. Become a partner in our dynamic organization. Contact Mary Welsh Schlueter at email@example.com or 513.871.9569.
- To make a financial contribution, you may donate electronically or send a check payable to Partnership for Innovation in Education to:
$20,000 matching grant from branding firm Causality
$40,000 grant from Duke Energy Foundation
$10,000 grant from The Jacob G. Schmidlapp Trust (Fifth Third Bank, Trustee) for KydPreneur program at Cincinnati Public Schools.
2014 Ohio Department of Education, Straight A Fund grant recipient
Ohio: 3M Corporation ; BonBonerie Inc.; Cincinnati Public Schools; CincyTech USA; Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra; Dinsmore & Shohl LLC; Duke Energy Foundation; Gormon Heritage Farm; Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council; Macy’s; Madisano’s Gelato; Mayerson Academy; Milford Schools; Princeton Schools; Sprint Communications; Taft Museum of Art; The Health Foundation (Interact for Health); Ulmer & Berne; University of Cincinnati; UC Entrepreneurial Affairs and Technology Commercialization;
Kentucky: Bellevue Schools; Erlanger Schools; Humana Foundation; KnoVation/NetTrekker Inc.; Ludlow Independent Schools; Northern Kentucky University Center for Applied Infomatics; NKU Center for Integrative Science and Mathematics; Union Springs LLC
National: American Assoc. of University Women; CardioChek Inc.; Federal Bureau of Investigation-Quantico Academy and Crime Lab; Harvard University; Hewlett Packard; National Girls Collaborative Project; Women at Work; Women in Informatics; Women in Science and Engineering