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Certificate in Corporate Citizenship Management

OVERVIEW   |   WHO SHOULD ATTEND?   |   2024 TUITION, HOTEL & DISCOUNT DEADLINES

Earn Your Certificate at BCCCC's Management Intensive | Register by 2/9/24 and save $500!

NEXT SESSION: March 11-15, 2024 | Boston College Campus | NOTE: Hotel room block will soon expire

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One Week of Inspiring, Interactive Learning for CSR Managers

Managing and implementing corporate citizenship requires a comprehensive approach that is integrated into your company’s strategy and grounded in business management principles. Created for managers responsible for executing corporate citizenship, the Corporate Citizenship Management Intensive is a five-day certificate program that will provide you with the strategic, organizational, evaluation, and communication tools and skills needed to advance good corporate citizenship performance throughout your company.

The Management Intensive is held on the campus of Boston College with instruction by faculty from the Carroll School of Management and other experts in the field.

Participants who complete the program are awarded a certificate in corporate citizenship management from the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship under the Carroll School of Management at Boston College.

Step Away from Your Desk for One Week and Earn Your Certification

Don't miss this opportunity to further your work and enhance your resume. Register Now
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What You'll Learn

 

Below is a summary of the topics covered during this week-long intensive for CSR managers:

  • The scope of management responsibility associated with corporate citizenship
  • Principles of change management applied to the development and execution of corporate citizenship practices
  • Stakeholder salience and materiality assessment
  • How to create meaningful corporate citizenship performance goals
  • How to assess and evaluate reporting standards and frameworks
  • How to develop effective corporate citizenship messaging
Please note that while exploring the following concepts, you'll be referring back to your own current projects and goals, all throughout the week.
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Who should attend this certificate program?

 

Looking to earn your Certificate in Corporate Citizenship Management? This might be the ideal executive education opportunity for you!

This CSR management certificate program is designed for professionals who are leading or substantially contributing to the development or advancement of their companies' corporate citizenship programs. Participants typically work within Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR/CR), Sustainability, Corporate Citizenship, Community Involvement, Public Affairs, Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) functional units.

PLEASE NOTE: Program registration is open exclusively to corporate citizenship practitioners, working inside of for-profit companies. Nonprofit professionals, consultants, students, and academics are not eligible. If you're interested, but have questions about what's involved or who typically attends this program , please don't hesitate to contact our team: ccc@bc.edu or 617.552.4545. 
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Suggested prior knowledge and skills:

 

csr management intensive certificate program

 

2024 Tuition, Hotel & Discount Deadlines

The rates for the Spring 2024 program are as follows:

BCCCC Members: $6,495

Non-members: $7,595

Enroll by February 9, 2024 and save $500.
Program Participants will stay at the Courtyard Boston Brookline, at the room block rate of $189/night. Book your room here before the block expires on February 10, 2024.

What Do Past Attendees Say about This Program?

Watch the video below and/or contact us for details! Ask Us Your Questions

"I gained a lot of insight, not only from the formal lessons, but from the other people [in my cohort]."

-Catherine McGlown, Vice President, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) at MetaBank

"It's like a mini MBA in one week..."

-Bridget Burke, Director of Public Affairs, Investments & Reporting, Health Care Service Corporation