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Ask Not What Your Company Can Do For You

by Carolyn Hessler-Radelet and Stanley S. Litow
Photo: Chris Hawley, USA TODAY

Photo: Chris Hawley, USA TODAY

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Take IBM. Since 2008, its Corporate Service Corps — the largest program of its kind in the nation — has sent 3,000 of its top experts on highly competitive assignments to nearly 40 countries around the world. There, while earning their regular IBM salaries, teams of up to 15 employees work collaboratively with local counterparts on multiple month-long projects at the intersection of technology and society.

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To learn more about IBM's Citizenship Diplomacy Contributions, see the IBM 2015 Corporate Responsibility Report

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Kristina Kloberdanz
IBM Headquarters, Corporate Responsibility
Keywords: Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives | Business Ethics | IBM | Innovation & Technology | Peace Corp | Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | Social Impact & Volunteering | Sustainable Finance & Socially Responsible Investment | USA Today

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