The Chevron University Partnership Program, known as the UPP, works with over a hundred college and university partners around the world. The intention of the UPP is to attract and develop the skills of talented students and teachers who can help achieve a more technically proficient global workforce.
The UPP provides scholarships, grants, funding for faculty positions, department gifts and laboratory upgrades. The first step in building a superior workforce is to identify and recruit the best and the brightest.
UPAR has forged strategic relationships with more than 130 colleges, universities and associations. Many of UPAR’s partnerships are designed to support diversity efforts and foster inclusion.
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UPAR works with colleges and universities around the world to develop talented students and teachers and help achieve a more technically proficient global workforce.
UPP provides strategic and multifaceted support, which includes scholarships, grants, funding for faculty positions, department gifts and laboratory upgrades. We consider these educational partnerships to be strategic investments in the economic development of local communities and the future of the energy business.
UPAR is active in key areas where Chevron operates, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Thailand, the United Kingdom, the United States and Venezuela. A portion of the program focuses on bringing together schools around the globe to strengthen faculty, curriculum and student development.
In the United States, UPAR partners with several major universities, including the Colorado School of Mines; Louisiana State University; the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Stanford University; Texas A&M University; the University of California, Davis; and the University of Texas at Austin. In addition to these schools, UPAR provides support to other universities to develop talent in disciplines such as engineering, earth science, finance, information technology and environmental science.
It is considered as strategic investments in the economic development of the local communities in selected areas of operations, as well as the future of the energy business. A part of the program is the mission to strengthen the faculty, curriculum, and the student development across the world.
The UPP encourages the participation of the minority in the following universities
- Tuskegee University
- North Carolina A&T State University
- Clark Atlanta University
To encourage minority participation in these areas of study and foster diversity, Chevron partners with historically black colleges and universities such as Tuskegee University, North Carolina A&T State University and Clark Atlanta University.
Chevron also sponsors other university-based programs designed to attract and retain minority or low-income students, including:
- The GoldShirt Program at the University of Colorado, which offers a year of extra study after high school for motivated but unprepared students who want to pursue an engineering degree. After the GoldShirt year, participants follow the four-year curriculum in the engineering major of their choice while continuing to take part in the GoldShirt program.
- The Leadership in Engineering Advancement, Diversity and Retention program at the University of California, Davis, which focuses on attracting and retaining engineering students from diverse backgrounds, particularly at-risk students. The program includes a dedicated student center, academic advisors, leadership and professional development, and engagement with diversity clubs.
- The Chevron Texas A&M Engineering Academies, which provides students from underrepresented communities the opportunity to pursue an engineering degree by taking Texas A&M engineering courses at one of four Texas community colleges.
UPP major university partners in US
- Colorado School of Mines
- Louisiana State University
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Stanford University
- Texas A&M University
- University of California, Davis
- University of Texas at Austin
In addition to these schools, UPP provides support to other universities to develop talent in disciplines such as engineering, earth science, finance, information technology and environmental science.
The Chevron cultivates innovative partnerships with education organizations, local governments, local communities, and nonprofit organizations that faithfully invest in tomorrow’s youth and workforce. You can view the list of Chevron’s partners and programs directly on their website.
Chevron is one of the world’s leading integrated energy companies. The organization explores for, produce and transport crude oil and natural gas; refine, market and distribute transportation fuels and lubricants; manufacture and sell petrochemical products; generate power and produce geothermal energy; invest in profitable renewable energy and energy efficiency solutions; and develop the energy resources of the future, including researching advanced biofuels.
Its diverse and highly skilled global workforce consists of approximately 64,700 employees, including more than 3,200 service station employees. The Chevron focuses on technologies that improve its ability to find, develop and produce crude oil and natural gas from conventional and unconventional resources.
The organization cares about the environment and are proud of the many ways in which our employees work to safeguard it and take great pride in contributing to the communities where it operates. AT the heart of the Chevron way is the vision to safely provide energy products vital to sustainable economic progress and human development.
Working with its partners, Chevron takes a comprehensive approach to investments in education by getting students excited about STEM and encouraging them to pursue STEM courses and, ultimately, STEM careers.
The company supports educational standards and proven curricula that promote project- and problem-based learning. We also support teacher training, provide classroom resources, fund outside-of-school activities, and develop partnerships with universities designed to strengthen faculty, curricula and student development.
The company focuses on improving instruction in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and on helping to provide the career and technical training that can lead to well‑paying jobs.
These investments don’t just help the communities in which it operates – they help the company, too. Tomorrow’s Chevron engineers are today’s schoolchildren.
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