Why Care About Corporate Social Responsibility?
While interning with a billion dollar company in one of the country's most expensive cities, Melton Fellow Joshua Williams recognized how often he saw a homeless person during his commute to and from work. So he collaborated with an intern in the CSR department to use corporate funds and provide 50 homeless people at a shelter with food.
Based on this experience he started analyzing reports of companies and selected those that take an initiative on global issues. To share his new findings he partnered with the Center for Career & Professional Development of his university to raise awareness on Corporate Social Responsibility and to present to Juniors and graduating students those companies that commit to maintaining a reputable CSR workforce. He hopes to influence more young people to offer their skills to philanthropic companies that positively impact the community.
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