(L TO R) Matt Joyal, Alex Schwarzkopf, and Sean Iacobone, all BELM ’15, of Pillar Technologies
For over a century, Wentworth has been a place that celebrates builders, dreamers, doers, and makers.
The Wentworth Fund keeps that spirit of innovation alive.
The Wentworth Fund plays a significant role in ensuring that we continue to deliver an interdisciplinary, hands-on education that prepares future generations of innovators and entrepreneurs with the tools and training they need to make substantial contributions to society and lead successful, fulfilling careers.
Your investment pays rich dividends for current students.
The Wentworth Fund supports current use operating expenses, and has an immediate impact on the life of our community—funding renovations to our lab spaces, sponsoring student presentations at academic conferences, providing scholarship assistance to deserving students, and much more.
Your participation truly counts—no matter the size of your gift.
Your participation helps to demonstrate the value of a Wentworth education. Gifts in all amounts strengthen both our rankings and our ability to secure donations from foundations and other sources, and help raise our profile among prospective students and families.
Donors who generously give to Wentworth help further the efforts of the Institute by providing essential funds to renovate lab spaces, sponsor student presentations at academic conferences, build additional housing for students, assist deserving students with scholarships, and so much more. The list below recognizes those who gave to Wentworth in the 2016 fiscal year.
- 1904 Society
- Arioch Wentworth Society - Lifetime Gifts of $1 million+
- President's Circle - Commitments of $25,000+
- Beatty Society - Gifts of $10,000 - $24,999
- Dobbs Society - Gifts of $5,000 - $9,999
- Williston Society - Gifts of $2,500 - $4,999
- Founder's Society - Gifts of $1,000 - $2,499
- Contributor's Circle - Individuals - Gifts Under $1,000
- Contributor's Circle - Institutions - Gifts Under $1,000
- Contributors to the Campaign for the Douglas D. Schumann Library and Learning Commons
- In Memory Of...
- Gifts in Kind