The new mobile-friendly website provides the insight, research, and executive education opportunities to help corporate citizenship professionals Know More, Do More, and Achieve More.
Submitted by: Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship
Posted: Jul 18, 2017 – 08:00 AM EST
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass., Jul. 18 /CSRwire/ - Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship is pleased to announce the launch of its newly enhanced, mobile-friendly website, which offers corporate citizenship professionals quick and easy access to Center insights, research, and executive educations courses whether they’re at the office, or on-the-go.
"The Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship has always worked to arm corporate citizenship professionals with the tactics and tools to Know More, Do More, and Achieve More in their important work." said Katherine V. Smith, executive director of the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship. "Our updated website delivers all of the resources members have come to trust, with enhanced functionality that will allow them to access research and connect to their peers more easily."
The website—located at ccc.bc.edu—offers numerous enhanced features, including:
A more attractive, seamless, and adaptable user experience: The new website grants corporate citizenship professionals access to the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship’s best-in-class resources and services 24/7, from whichever device they choose. The bold new user-interface offers a wealth of information to help identify and address CSR challenges and opportunities, take deep dives into emerging issues, and connect with colleagues and experts to discuss strategy development and implementation.
An extensive, easy-to-search digital resource library: Now, visitors can easily search thousands of knowledge assets—including company examples, insights from top leaders, and videos outlining effective CSR programs—using a dedicated resource library. Members will have additional access—able to search and download the Center’s research reports, webinars, and briefs of emerging regulations and seminal research findings from the best journals in the field.
Access to insights, best-practices, and networking opportunities with leading corporate citizenship thinkers and practitioners: The Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship’s new website is a direct conduit to corporate citizenship leaders throughout the world. There, visitors can learn more about in-person and online executive education courses, networking opportunities, and the annual International Corporate Citizenship Conference. Members can connect directly via the Online Member Community, a secure space for learning and collaboration.
While the Center’s website offers resources to all corporate citizenship practitioners, members do enjoy enhanced access. Membership at the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship is company-wide, and is open to all for-profit corporations who have a dedicated corporate citizenship or sustainability department/individual. To learn more about how your company can make more of its membership—or to become a member—contact 617-552-4545 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT BOSTON COLLEGE CENTER FOR CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP
The Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship (BCCCC) is a leader in the field of corporate citizenship helping corporate social responsibility (CSR) professionals maximize business and social value through tools and knowledge enabling them to achieve more through environmental, social, and governance investments. Founded in 1985, the Center draws on the community of professionals, original research, and resources of the Boston College Carroll School of Management. The membership-supported organization engages more than 10,000 individuals annually across its network of more than 430 member companies. For more information, visit http://ccc.bc.edu.
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