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The Carroll School of Management Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College is a membership-based research and education center. The Center provides knowledge and learning opportunities designed to help executives, managers and employees advance positive corporate citizenship from wherever they sit in the organization. With 400 corporate members and a 26-year history, the Center has a track record of leadership and prominence in the corporate citizenship arena. It is widely regarded for its objective stance and a unique grounding in both management theory and management practice.
Boston College Corporate Citizenship Conference to Look at Journey of Going Global Session at Phoenix event to feature panelists from Alcoa, Dannon, Dow, and Microsoft
Boston College Strategy Course Helps Sharpen Focus of Corporate Community Involvement Center for Corporate Citizenship offers 2-1/2 day session in Dallas, April 18-20
Boston College Conference to Unveil Research on Corporate Citizenship Issues Center for Corporate Citizenship, Nielsen, Net Impact and Ernst & Young to release findings
Boston College Narrows Corporate Citizenship Film Festival Competition to 10 Finalists Winner to be announced at conference in Phoenix, March 25-27
David Jones, Author of 'Who Cares Wins', to Speak at Boston College Conference Phoenix address will focus on corporate citizenship in a social media world