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2015 - 2016

The Texas Alliance Foundation donated to the following Texas A&M student organizations:

180 Degree Consulting { http://180dc.org/branch/texasam/ }

180 Degrees Consulting mission is to strengthen socially conscious organizations to achieve high impact social outcomes through the development of innovative, practical, and sustainable solutions. We connect passionate students with nonprofit organizations that need consulting advice yet cannot afford the cost of large consulting firms.

Aggies Reaching Out { http://lead.tamu.edu/aro.html }

MSC LEAD provides experiential learning opportunities and professional development to sophomore student leaders who plan, implement, and participate in programs impacting the Texas A&M campus and community. ARO's goal is to show students that college is a possibility for them, and to give them the necessary knowledge to reach their goals in seeking higher education.

Eckleburg Project { http://www.theeckleburgproject.com/ }

The Eckleburg Project is the official undergraduate literary magazine of Texas A&M University. We are a student run magazine featuring student poetry, prose, and art. Just over two years old, with now five issues under our belt, we started with the idea in mind that art should be free to the community and easily accessible.

Women in Material Science { https://maroonlink.tamu.edu/organization/WIMS }

We are an organization in the Materials Science and Engineering department whose mission is to encourage women to pursue studies in materials science and careers in STEM fields while promoting a community atmosphere among students and faculty. To obtain our goal, we host events in which forgotten women in science are represented and achievements acknowledged, and we participate in outreach activities to younger students with the hopes that providing them first-hand experience doing scientific experiments will kindle their interest in science.