Community Partners & Sponsors

Corporate Sponsorship

Corporate sponsorship creates a mutually beneficial relationship, as students receive local corporate support for their education and, in turn, become the skilled workforce that companies need to succeed in an increasingly competitive global environment. These corporations know the value in attracting stellar individuals to Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania. ARCS Foundation Pittsburgh welcomes and appreciates the generosity of those corporations and foundations who have contributed to support our Scholars!

Bacca Shanghai Pearls Elsie H. Hillman Foundation
BNY Mellon Charitable Foundation Intel Research – Pittsburgh
Fine Foundation Mine Safety Appliances
Gookin Family Foundation Norman C. Ray Trust
Thomas W. and Carol K. Henderson Family Fund of the Pittsburgh Foundation PittsburghGives of The Pittsburgh Foundation
Highmont Foundation PPG Industries
Westinghouse Electric Company  

Pittsburgh Technology Council Partnership

   Aligned for Success

ARCS Foundation Pittsburgh is proud of its partnership with the Pittsburgh Technology Council (PTC).

Since 1983, the Pittsburgh Technology Council has been the principal point of connection for companies from four primary clusters of the technology industry that are represented by a critical mass of businesses in southwestern Pennsylvania including, the Advanced Manufacturing / Materials, Green Technology, Information Technology and Life Sciences sectors. The Council works hard to foster the development of the technology industry within the 13-county region of southwestern Pennsylvania and builds value by engaging companies in the tech sector, as well as companies who utilize technology.

The alliance with the PTC supports the mission of ARCS Foundation Pittsburgh by connecting our scholars to the community and regional businesses. This is an effort on the part of ARCS Foundation Pittsburgh to retain the scholars in the region upon completion of their academic work and build the technology industry growth within southwestern Pennsylvania.

For more information about the PTC, visit