Our corporate social responsibility activities are a natural extension of our corporate mission to help organizations and educational institutions work effectively across boundaries.
A large part of our for-profit and non-profit work supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
What goals does our work help support?
Air travel is undoubtedly our single biggest environmental impact as an organization. To mitigate our carbon footprint we have implemented a carbon offset initiative.
When one of our staff members purchases a flight, Aperian Global donates to forest growth and protection funds to offset our carbon dioxide emission from that flight.
All Aperian Global employees receive 1 paid Corporate Responsibility Day per year. This allows our team members to give back to their communities and make a positive impact, without worrying about lost wages.
Here is what some of our staff have to say about the causes they support:
“We are the temporary host family of a future seeing-eye puppy, Oural.
At 5 months old, Oural is training to be a student guide dog. We must take him everywhere (metro, trains, cars, etc.) so that he is socialized and can properly support his future non-seeing masters at all times.
Despite the heartbreak we’ll have when giving him back to the association, we’re thrilled thinking about the happiness that he will bring another person.”
Simone-Eva Redrupp, Director of Consulting EMEA, Paris
“I volunteer for AFS-USA, an NGO that facilitated my exchange to Indonesia when I was in high school. Most frequently, I volunteer as an interviewer and application evaluator for government scholarships.
I used my CSR day to attend a volunteer interviewer workshop with other sponsored-program alumni. During the training, we discussed interview best practices, scholarship updates, and how to avoid interviewer bias.”
Nathan Guerin, Program Manager – Americas Team, Boston
“ZagranZavtrak (ЗагранЗавтрак) is an organization that supports Russian-speaking women living abroad. They support women in adjusting to their local culture and overcoming challenges associated with moving from one country to another.
I enjoyed presenting at one of their events designed to address challenges associated with integration into Swedish society.”
Ekaterina Von Gertten, Director of Consulting EMEA, Stockholm
We have held training sessions to help refugees from Syria, Afghanistan, Congo, Eritrea, Iran, Chechnya and Somalia integrate into Danish workplaces. Danish employers also receive cultural competency training.
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