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Hub Pathways & Prep: Corporate Responsibility & Philanthropy

Wednesday, February 19, 2020
5:00-7:30 PM
1280 LSA Building Map
Companies implement corporate social responsibility (CSR) and philanthropy strategies not just to do good and invest in a social issue but to also help drive their growth strategy by engaging employees, building brand equity, and moving into new markets. During this workshop, we will be doing a deep dive into the different pathways into CSR and philanthropy such as non-profit work, development, fundraising, and law. We will also be focusing on the difference between working in a corporate, government, and nonprofit settings.

You should attend this workshop if you are:
- A liberal arts and/or sciences student
- Interested in exploring Corporate Social Responsibility and Philanthropy as a potential career pathway

What you’ll gain by attending:
- Identify the skills, competencies, experiential learning opportunities needed to be successful in this field
- Discover the LSA alums that are leaders in this space
- Get helpful tips on résumés, finding internships/jobs, networking, and interviews

RSVP now to save your spot.
Building: LSA Building
Event Type: Workshop / Seminar
Tags: Career, Corporate, First-generation, Philanthropy, Professional Development
Source: Happening @ Michigan from LSA Opportunity Hub