Sponsorship Levels

Supplier Sponsor
Opportunity to receive student resumes
Opportunity to recruit on-site
Links to company career pages on the Formula Hybrid website
List of team contacts, including team captains and faculty advisors
Opportunity to name and present an award at the awards ceremony
Opportunity to display product in garage space at the competition
One full-page ad in the event program
Multiple corporate banners displayed at the event
Opportunity to provide design and presentation judges at the event
Opportunity to provide mentors
Space for company table at the competition
Opportunity to include your corporate brochure in team registration packets
Company logo on Formula Hybrid event banner
One half-page ad in the event program
Three corporate banners displayed at the event
One quarter-page ad in the event program
One company banner displayed at the event
Opportuntiy to create and post learning materials, such as webinars
Invitation to the VIP reception with faculty advisors and other industry leaders
Logo on sponsor banner
Link to your company page from the Formula Hybrid website
Logo in event program
*Supply components to teams for free, at a heavily discounted rate, or at cost *●
Recruiting Benefits
P = Priority to Platinum Sponsors

Supplier Sponsorship

Companies may become involved as an in-kind supplier sponsor. You must offer parts to all of the competing teams for free, at a heavily discounted rate, or at cost. In-kind supplier sponsors will be listed on the website and on the sponsor banner at the competition. Supplier sponsors may require teams to place your company decal on their vehicle, not to exceed 24 square inches each. More information can be found on the Supplier Sponsorship page.

Electrified Powertrain Engineering at Ford
Anthony Modafferi, Hiring Manager
General Motors
“The Formula Hybrid Event has proven to be a valuable source of creative, talented engineers with an in-depth knowledge of Hybrid systems. They come into our organization able to contribute on their first day.”
– Anthony Modafferi, Manager,
Global Battery Systems Laboratory