As IBM marks the five-year anniversary of its Corporate Service Corps, the company was featured at an event hosted by the U.S. Department of State’s Global Partnership Initiative and United States Agency for International Development aimed at promoting skilled international corporate volunteerism.
At the forum, IBM’s Stanley S. Litow, the company’s vice president of Corporate Citizenship & Corporate Affairs, discussed the size, scope and longevity of IBM’s Corporate Service Corps, the largest program of its kind by far.
IBM’s Corporate Service Corps each deploys IBM’s most talented employees in teams of between 10 and 15 people to provide pro bono consulting services to local government, businesses, schools and not for profits — mostly in the developing world and growth markets. They assist with issues connected to economic growth and job creation at the intersection of business, technology, and society.
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