By Cecily Joseph, VP of Corporate Responsibility, Symantec
A lot of effort has gone into understanding the younger generation. Sometimes we call them "Millennials" or "Generation Y" or even "Digital Natives," but clearly those born after 1980 are having a very different adolescent experience than those of us born before. It's obvious when we look at how youth engage with technology, the Internet, mobile devices, and each other, especially when it comes to social media. This is the new generation gap - the divide in how millennials develop relationships compared to the older generation.
By Jaime Barclay, Philanthropy Program Manager, Symantec
Through the excitement and activity around #GivingTuesday, a national day of giving meant to kickstart the generosity of the holiday season and highlight all the good in the world, we thought it most appropriate to announce our ongoing commitment to our longtime nonprofit partner, Teach for America (TFA), and to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education.
By Jaime Barclay, Principal Corporate Philanthropy Specialist, Symantec
The Net Impact Conference starts today in San Jose, Calif., and we look forward to engaging with many of those in attendance – from executives who drive sustainability at Fortune 500 companies to college students who are the next generation of leaders in sustainability. If you’re among the 3,000 expected attendees, we invite you to come to a panel at noon on Saturday, Oct. 26, moderated by Symantec’s Senior Director of Corporate Responsibility, Cecily Joseph.
by Moira Pucci, Dominican University of California GreenMBA School of Business & Leadership
GreenMBA graduate and Global Sustainability Program Manager, Kelly Shea has spent the last five years managing and driving Symantec's global sustainability vision and strategy. Symantec, most well-known for Norton Antivirus, is a global leader in providing security, storage and systems management solutions to help customers secure and manage their information. Most recently, Shea rewrote Symantec's Environmental Policy Statement which notes Corporate Responsibility's Leadership statement.
Discounted Norton Security Software and Job Readiness Training Expand Career Opportunities for 400,000 Residents
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., August 20, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Symantec Corp. (Nasdaq: SYMC) announced today that it is collaborating with the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) to provide discounted Norton security software specialist training and internships to NYCHA residents, as part of its ongoing commitment to building strong community relationships.