Booz Allen Interns are Developing Transportation Methods for People with Lower-Body Paralysis

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The following post is part of a series of stories written by Booz Allen Hamilton’s Summer Games interns. The opinions and views expressed in this article are the author's own and do not reflect the views of Booz Allen.

By Janet Onwukamuche

Booz Allen Interns are Creating Tools to Help the Blind Navigate New Environments


The following post is part of a series of stories written by Booz Allen Hamilton’s Summer Games interns. The opinions and views expressed in this article are the author's own and do not reflect the views of Booz Allen.

By Roshan Daniel

Booz Allen’s Alexé Weymouth Named a Game Changer by Workforce Magazine


Workforce magazine has named Booz Allen Hamilton Lead Associate Alexé Weymouth to its prestigious list of “Game Changers,” a yearly award given to recognize top HR talent under the age of 40.

Booz Allen’s Summer Games Interns Challenged to Solve the World’s Toughest Challenges

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More than 6,000 students applied. Just 320 of the most creative minds were selected. The prize is a 10-week opportunity to participate in Booz Allen Hamilton’s Summer Games, a fun, intense and competitive internship program that assesses each student’s interests, passions and skillsets before assigning them to project teams that align best with each individual’s goals.

Why Embracing Profitable Good—Not CSR—Will Help You Stay Ahead


For all the talk about the importance of corporate social responsibility (CSR), the truth of the matter is most executives don’t believe it drives direct bottom line business benefit, or that it effectively addresses societal problems.

Shifting Winds: How Millennials are Driving the Movement to Do Good

By Charles Antis

Have you seen the SNL skit entitled “The Millennials?” It hilariously portrays millennials as dull, living-at-home, uninterested in work, always on their cell phones, and pretty much unreliable. Is this an accurate assessment? I vote a resounding “No!” In fact, my experience says that millennials are going to change the world… “for good!” Millennials are the largest generation in the U.S. and they are quickly becoming the most influential population today.

To Thrive in Tomorrow’s Economy, Businesses Must Engage Gen Z Now

By: Jennifer Williamson

For a long time the primary focus of marketers has been on reaching Millennials.  But, to get ahead of current trends, companies need to turn their attention to the next generation on the horizon—Generation Z (Gen Z).  Although Gen Z is relatively young – Demographers place its beginning anywhere from the early ’90s to the mid-2000s according to a 2015 article in the New York Times, they already have nearly 

Diversity and Inclusion are Key to Authentic Sustainability Leadership

By Shannon Houde

As our talent pool ages, Millennials will comprise 75% of the global workforce by 2025. They want to work for organizations that make a positive contribution to society by addressing global challenges of resource scarcity, climate change, and income equality. Millennials also want to work for companies on the forefront of change, yet a lack of diversity and inclusion remains one of the largest barriers to innovation.

New Cone Research Reveals Employees Want to be Actively Involved in CSR Efforts


Although giving and volunteerism remain a priority in effective employee engagement, today's employees expect much more.

We are pleased to share our newly released 2016 Cone Communications Employee Engagement Study, surveying American employees to determine the attitudes, expectations and behaviors of today's workforce.

Passion Projects: Aligning Company Initiatives and Personal Values

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For most of the modern era, corporate giving and individual passions have been mostly siloed, as employee programs focused more on encouraging people to give to charities chosen by the company. Now, companies are beginning to embrace “The Power of And,” which encompasses both vertical and horizontal engagement. That’s the scenario where the vertical pillars or specific charities in a company’s social responsibility strategy are complemented by a more horizontal or grassroots focus powered by the passions and interests of its people.


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