Corporate Service Corps

IBM Corporate Service Corps: Building Meaningful Experiences

agne-in-chat-with-studentsIBM Corporate Services Corps (CSC) program gives IBMers the unique opportunity to develop their leadership skills by going on a community-based assignment in an emerging market to help communities around the world solve critical problems. The CSC program brings IBM consultants, services and talent to the world pro bono. As the program helps global communities solve problems, IBMers receive leadership and development training and IBM develops new markets — building on its network of global leaders. As of 2016, 2,800 IBMers from 60 countries have deployed to 37 countries and partnered with host organizations on more than 1,000 projects worth $70 million.

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Gina Tesla is Director of Corporate Citizenship Initiatives with IBM Corporate Citizenship & Corporate Affairs.

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