Learning from peers is a key strength of the University of St. Michael's College Certificate in CSR/Sustainability Program.  In 2015/2016 participants will be sharing their experiences from 4 countries and 11 sectors.  

"This is an exciting and passionate group of people who want to make a difference in the world," says Kathryn Cooper, Program Coordinator.  "The program creates a lot of space for collaboration and sharing of Best Practices, we are going to learn a great deal from oneanother."

Cohort Participant Backgrounds

To date, participants in the 2015/2016 Cohort of the program come from the following backgrounds, sectors and geographical areas:

  • Manager, Sustainability, Grand & Toy (Ontario)
  • Social Responsibility Superintendent, Adamus Resources Limited, subsidiary of Endeavour Mining Corporation (Ghana)
  • Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility, Integris Credit Union (BC)
  • Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility, Johnson and Johnson (Dubai, UAE)
  • Vice President, Business Strategy & Communications, Office Coffee Solutions (Ontario)
  • Sustainability & Citizenship Advisor, The Co-operators Limited (Ontario)
  • Manager, Employee Engagement, Policies & Programs, Symcor (Ontario)
  • Sr. Advisor, Sustainability, Metrolinx (Ontario)
  • Analyst, Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainability, Enbridge (Alberta)
  • Senior Verification Services and CoC Associate, Rainforest Alliance (Ontario)
  • Coordinator, Sponsorship & Cause Marketing, SickKids Foundation (Ontario)
  • Manager, Training and Development, Farrow Limited (Ontario)
  • Co-Facilitator/Owner, Farrow Volunteer Team, Farrow Limited (Ontario)
  • Fundraising Coordinator, Canadian Cancer Society (Ontario)
  • Sustainable Fiber Sourcing Manager, Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget (Mexico)
  • Air Compliance Supervisor, Husky Energy, Lima, OH (USA)
  • Coordinator, Corporate Social Responsibility, Rogers Communications 
     

The Program is taking registrations for the final intake until Sept. 15, 2015.   

 

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