The pressure on businesses to address societal issues is growing.* The right CSR program can help your business meet these expectations from your consumers, employees and stakeholders.
In Embarking on Your CSR Journey, you’ll hear stories and strategies from Roche Diagnostics and Alteryx, two companies at different stages in their CSR journey. They shared their wins, their roadblocks and what they wish they had known when they started.
FIRST is a global nonprofit that provides robotics-based programs and mentorship from adult volunteers such as educators and STEM professionals to students ages 4 to 18. FIRST is a mission-based robotics community that aims to get kids excited about STEM and allows them to build these talents, along with critical life skills such as communication and leadership, through team-based robotics competitions.
$280,000 grant supports equitable STEM learning in the Twin Cities, as part of Trane Technologies’ Sustainable Futures citizenship strategy
DAVIDSON, N.C., June 23, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Global climate innovator Trane Technologies (NYSE:TT) has provided the Science Museum of Minnesota with over $280,000 to support the Kitty Andersen Youth Science Center (KAYSC) STEM Freedom School.
Do you have school-aged kids at home and want to challenge them with a project that combines technology AND social impact? Every month, goIT – part of TCS’ Corporate Social responsibility team – develops a new opportunity each month for students to ideate digital innovations based on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Students from across North America think of creative, tech-based solutions to solve different problems related to a specified SDG.
Regions' Cecilia Bailey leans on tragic events in her past to help others facing medical financial hardship.
By Candace Higginbotham
You may think you don’t need to know much about medical expenses. Especially if you’re young, healthy and have health insurance.
Cecilia Bailey would disagree.
In 2006 she was newly married and excited about the future. She and her husband, Keenan, were seemingly healthy, and she was busy running her own business. They had medical insurance through his employer.
Norton and National PTA enhance the family-focused online safety tool
By Kimberly Bishop, Corporate Responsibility
I am very excited to announce that Norton and National PTA have launched an updated version of The Smart Talk! Since 2015, we have collaborated on this free, interactive online resource that lets families set healthy tech limits together.
What does it take to grow a company from one client to 100? For Joe Alvarez and Erick Casillas, founders of iCareClean in Montebello, CA, the answer was a lot of hard work—and a little help from free Verizon courses.
When Alvarez and Casillas launched their commercial cleaning service in 2016, the two friends—who’ve known each other since high school—made a wish into a reality. “It was always a dream of ours to start our own company,” says Casillas.