Fluor supports Clemson University with a $60,000 donation for campus programs and student associations.
September 19, 2018
Fluor, a long-term corporate partner and supporter of Clemson University has donated $60,000 to support initiatives on campus and student organizations.
As part of this donation, Fluor will join the Michelin Career Center as a Platinum Tiger Partner. They have been an important partner, historically, with the Career Center, and have supported Clemson’s programming and outreach efforts with more than just monetary assistance; Clemson and the Career Center can always count on Fluor representatives to assist with classroom presentations, resume critiques, student employment opportunities, and career testimonials.
Fluor will also support the Community Resilience Course Program for undergraduate students participating in Clemson Engineers for Developing Countries. In collaboration with Clemson’s Risk Engineering and System Analytics Center (RESA), students in this course will investigate areas of vulnerability in Puerto Rico as they relate to Hurricane Marie.
In addition, Fluor will continue support for the Construction Science Management Program, Department of Mechanical Engineering Honors and Award Banquet, and the continuation of the Fluor Engineering and Science Study Hall, managed by PEER and WISE.
Finally, Fluor’s donation will support several student organizations including, Clemson Engineers for Developing Countries, National Society of Black Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineering, and IEEE Southeast Design Competition Team.