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Partner with Queensland education

The department delivers a range of programs and events that showcase the achievements of young people and education in Queensland.

Many programs operate at a regional and state level and offer significant opportunities for high-profile, targeted exposure for corporate partners.

High-quality public education is delivered to around 500,000 state school students in more than 1200 schools located across remote, rural, provincial and urban centres.

Our objective is to develop and structure mutually beneficial relationships that support departmental objectives while providing your organisation with significant marketing opportunities.

As well as the traditional sponsorship benefits available to our corporate partners, your organisation will enjoy many indirect benefits that come from exposure to local education communities.

Corporate partnership arrangements are intended to operate in accordance with the principles and guidelines of the department's Sponsorship Procedure External Link.

Key events and programs that include partnership opportunities include:

For information on the partnership opportunities for each of the programs and events listed above, please click on the relevant initiative and select the 'our corporate partners' option.

To discuss how your organisation can raise its profile within Queensland education, and more effectively engage your target market, please contact Peter Thurgood, Community Engagement and Partnerships:

Telephone: (07) 3328 6661
Email: Peter.Thurgood@dete.qld.gov.au

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