Aramark Helps the Homeless Find Work; CSC Launches Charitable Program; Allstate Sponsors High School Journalism Awards - CSR Minute for October 17, 2012

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Aramark Helps the Homeless Find Work; CSC Launches Charitable Program; Allstate Sponsors High School Journalism Awards - CSR Minute for October 17, 2012

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Wednesday, October 17, 2012 - 10:50am

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Aramark is establishing a hub for job readiness at UMOM New Day Centers in Phoenix, providing ongoing resources and expertise to help individuals obtain jobs. Aramark will provide support for UMOM’s workforce programs, offering monthly tutoring, and workshops for developing resumes and practicing interview skills.

CSC, a technology company, has launched a charitable program, the CSC Gives Back global challenge, to enable CSC’s 96,000 employees to support communities around the world. Details are in the company’s latest CR report, which details the company’s progress in building a sustainable business. For the third consecutive year, CSC has won awards from Business in the Community, the FTSE4Good Index, and CR Magazine recognizing CSC as a responsible company.

The Allstate Foundation is sponsoring its fifth annual Keep the Drive High School Journalism Awards. The program is a competition that encourages students to address the number one killer of teens in the U.S.: car crashes. Entries will be accepted through March 1st.

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