Congratulations to Lena Kim for submitting the winning name for our new rewards program!

 

What is it?

Students who participate in CESR events and programs are on a path towards business careers that add value to the bottom line, to the planet, and to humanity.  That's why CESR has created a program to reward students who attend CESR events.

How it works:

All students who attend CESR events are automatically entered into the program. After attending your first event, we will send you a welcome email letting you know you are in the program. After 2 events you have qualified for level 1.  As you attend additional events you will progress toward the next level status. Each time you reach a qualifying level we will send you your prize! 

FAQs:

  • Do I have to register in advance for events or can I just show up?
    • Yes you do need to register. All events in 2020 will be virtual and registration will be required.
  • Does my event attendance reset at the start of every year or can I roll over my level from one year to the next?
    • Students cannot roll over their level from one year to the next. But they can earn prizes every year they participate. In addition, the CEO lunch can be earned new every semester up to 2 per year.
  • Does participation in student organization events count?
    • CESR loves and supports student organizations and is coordinating with them to allow their events to count under this program. Please check directly with student organizations to determine whether their events qualify.
  • How do I check on my status?
    • There will be a spreadsheet on google drive that you can use to track your progress. CESR will share that link with you after your first event.
  • Who named this program?
    • This program was named through an open call for entries. Thank you to everyone who submitted to the competition and who voted for their favorite concept. Junior Habin Kim was the winner!

Rewards:

Rewards have been designed in consultation with undergraduate and MBA students to support career development goals and to promote the mission of CESR: "educating current and future values-driven leaders to engage and positively impact ethical, social, environmental and economic challenges."

Rewards for Undergrads:

  • 2 Events: Congratulations you are officially a member of the program and can put it on your résumé!
  • 4 Events: You will get so many questions and comments about this super cool custom sticker perfect for your water bottle or laptop case, giving you lots of opportunities to talk about your passion for making a difference.
  • 6 Events: Be in the know. We will send you a hot-off-the-press ebook from a CU professor working on the leading edge of CSR.
  • 9 Events: Want to be more competitive in the job market? Reach this level and you will get a Résumé, Cover Letter and LinkedIn Profile consultation from someone in the field you plan to enter.
  • 12 Events: You did it! The ultimate reward is this one-on-one opportunity to shadow a professional in a sustainability role.
  • 15 Events: You did it! You are now a student advisor on the CESR Challenge Advisory Committee! This is a leadership position which allows you to provide feedback and input on this program so it is continuously evaluated and reviewed.

Rewards for MBAs:

  • 2 Events: Congratulations you are officially a member of the program and can put it on your résumé!
  • 4 Events: Keep up on the latest trends, networking events, and thought leaders in our community with this one year subscription to  Naturally Boulder - Many of Naturally Boulder's events are free to active members, including monthly educational webinars and the Annual Membership Meeting. Members also have access to resources like the Membership Directory and recordings of recent webinars. Members receive discounted ticket prices for events like their 16th annual Pitch Slam & Autumn Awards.
  • 6 Events: Thinking about your summer internship or job hunt? This small group luncheon with a CEO will give you a chance to introduce yourself, ask questions, and build your network in a supportive and casual setting.
  • 8 Events: Want to be more competitive in the job market? Reach this level and you will get a Résumé, Cover Letter and LinkedIn Profile consultation from someone in the field you plan to enter.
  • 10 Events: You did it! You are now a student advisor on the CESR Challenge Advisory Committee! This is a leadership position which allows you to provide feedback and input on this program so it is continuously evaluated and reviewed.