Become a Business Sponsor
The CCSESA Business Partnership Committee operates with the intention of making valuable services and products known to the county superintendents of schools in an effort to benefit the agencies and students they serve, as well as benefit the work of CCSESA. In accordance with CCSESA’s Bylaws, the Association does not have exclusive agreements with partners nor does it endorse specific products or services.
CCSESA is currently seeking proposals from businesses interested in becoming a business sponsor in order to work collaboratively toward improving California’s education system with products and services that provide efficiency, cost-savings, instructional materials, and/or professional development.
A sponsorship with CCSESA gives you the opportunity to network with California’s County Superintendents of Schools, who are key decision-makers in California’s public education system.
The business sponsor will receive an invitation to speak to the 58 county superintendents, digital marketing opportunities, networking opportunities, and more.
Interested parties are encouraged to submit proposals which include the following information:
- Company background & product information
- How the high-quality product will service or benefit schools across the state
- Any pre-existing noteworthy relationships with California County Offices of Education or districts
Companies interested in learning more about becoming a business sponsor should contact Christina Marcellus, (916) 446-3095
Please visit the following websites to take advantage of the additional services provided by CCSESA.
- EdJOIN – There’s no better place to look for jobs in public education than in EDJOIN, California’s premiere online job search site. Whether you’re hunting for a teaching position, management job or a classified support vacancy, chances are EDJOIN has just the right career for you.
- EdBuy – Our voluntary procurement program that achieves savings and the lowest cost-of-ownership for goods and services purchased by county offices of education and school districts. EdBuy uses cooperative purchasing contracts and buying procedures that reflect the best industry practices and standards.