Published: July 15, 2016
David Payne, CESR

More and more businesses are joining the movement of conscious capitalism – choosing to evaluate their success on the “triple bottom line”: their impact on people and the planet, as well as making a profit. As a consequence, people leading CSR efforts within their companies are looking for ways to learn practical, applicable best practices that can help deliver maximum value back to their companies and the communities they serve.

The Center for Education on Social Responsibility (CESR) at the Leeds School of Business at CU-Boulder has created a professional development program for people seeking to further themselves and their companies in the practice of CSR. The Certificate in Corporate Social Responsibility (CCSR) Program has been developed in partnership with B:CIVIC, a Colorado-based nonprofit of professionals, business leaders and for-profit companies focused on CSR and civic philanthropy.

Launching September 14 – December 14, 2016, the certification program addresses the evolving needs of CSR practitioners, regardless of role or title. Whether you are an experienced CSR professional, just starting out on your CSR career, or wanting to make a career change in this direction, this certification program provides an opportunity to further your knowledge, ideas and network within the Colorado CSR community. 

Learn more about the CCSR Program and how to apply here.