Community Involvement includes in-kind and financial donations, employee volunteer days, or enduring partnerships that have the power to bring positive, measurable change to both your company and the communities in which you operate.
An organizational sustainability report discloses environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance. By disclosing ESG goals and creating progress towards them, companies can improve reputation and build consumer confidence.
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BOSTON COLLEGE CENTER FOR CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP: WHAT WE DO
Comprising of more than 430 companies from around the globe, the Center for Corporate Citizenship is one of the largest corporate membership organizations in the United States.
Register for a course or earn a certificate to build your skills in corporate citizenship. Courses are taught by business experts and top faculty from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College.
From in-depth case studies of leading company CSR efforts to summaries of the latest news and regulations, we offer you the information necessary to help drive progress in your business and communities.
Preparing leaders to serve on nonprofit boards
Serving on a nonprofit board is more than a high-impact way for executives to perform community service— it also provides benefits to the executive’s company.
GOALS BEYOND "BETTER": As corporate citizenship professionals, when we're designing our vision for a more sustainable future—and developing the programs to achieve it—we need to move beyond "better," and really start to describe specific ESG goals that will deliver tangible, measurable progress toward that vision.