Be Strategic: Eight Reasons To Enroll in the Certification In Corporate Social Responsibility Program Which Begins August 30.
August is already here, so it’s not too early to think about what you or someone you know can do this fall to gain knowledge of best practices to deliver value to your company and the communities it serves.
Businesses are seeing the need to evaluate their success on the “triple bottom line” – their impact on people and the planet, as well as making a profit. And consumers are expecting this.
In response, B:CIVIC is pleased to offer the second year of the Certification in Social Responsibility (CCSR) program in partnership with the Center for Education on Social Responsibility (CESR) at the CU-Boulder Leeds School of Business. The fall semester begins August 30.
Eight reasons why you or someone you know should enroll in the CCSR program:
- It equips you with the knowledge to advance your company and career.
- It focuses on the essential CSR core competencies everyone must know.
- It’s local, so there is no out-of-state travel time or expense.
- It’s compressed, it’s just once a week (for 14 class sessions).
- It costs substantially less than most other programs. And, if your company is a member of B:CIVIC, you receive an additional $500 discount.
- You’ll gain access to guest speakers, instructors, peer networking, and best practices.
- Topics include CSR strategy, sustainable business, HR and culture, stakeholder relations, and CSR reporting and measurement.
- It’s beneficial to those changing careers and those looking to move ahead.
The program will be held at Leeds, and students who are with B:CIVIC member companies receive a $500/person tuition discount. Whether you are an experienced CSR professional or wanting to make a career change, this certification program will further your knowledge and network.
Get the certification for yourself, or share this with someone you know or work with, who wants to make a difference, and to grow and learn alongside other great professionals!
Read more, apply or complete a brief interest form.