Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme

In CSR Eagles, you will be placed in the Community Affairs department of a major corporate, helping them to ensure that the local community benefits from the knowledge, skills and resources the company has to offer.

What is Corporate Social Responsibility?

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is when companies integrate ethical, social and environmental concerns into their business operations. Companies are particularly keen to build a good relationship with the neighbourhoods in which they operate.

What does the programme entail?

  • Three weeks of intensive training at ELBA
  • Specific Community Affairs training focusing on 1) understanding corporate community investment – what it is, why it exists and how it works in practice, and 2) training on understanding community needs, including the demographic profile, the work of the voluntary sector and best practice in employee volunteering
  • A six-month paid work placement at a prestigious company in the City or Canary Wharf

What will I be doing on my placement?

Your role and what you will be doing varies between companies but you might be involved in things like organising volunteering activities, supporting community and charity partner relationships, promoting new volunteering events, fundraising activities and processing grant application forms from charities.

Who will my placement be with?

Placements vary from year to year, but in 2016 the following companies took on an Eagles graduate: Allen & Overy, BAML, Barclays, BTMU, Charles Russell Speechlys, Chaucer, Citi, Credit Suisse, ELBA, EY, ING, London’s Air Ambulance, London Market Group, Nomura, Olswang, Prudential, RBS Rendall & Rittner, RSA and The BIG Alliance.

Key dates

The deadline for applications is 30th November 2017. Please apply below.

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