Thunderbird School of Global Management Students Volunteer Time to Eight Valley Non-profit Organizations
(GLENDALE, Ariz.) April 8, 2014 — One hundred and forty students from Thunderbird School of Global Management joined forces with eight local non-profit organizations this past Sat., April 5, 2014, to lend a hand on projects ranging from preparing and serving brunch and sorting thrift shop items for the homeless to cooking food for the terminally ill and washing and walking dogs at a local shelter.
ThunderCares is a student-led initiative that has been active at Thunderbird for over a decade as a means to connect with the Phoenix community. Leaders of the ThunderCares effort find local organizations that need help and coordinate student volunteer groups to assist these non-profit organizations with various projects. ThunderCares is a one-day event held each spring, summer and fall trimester.
“Working in the community and helping these organizations promotes corporate social responsibility, which is important for students to be aware of as they go out into the business community and seek jobs,” said Alejandra Fernandez, Thunderbird Student Government Outreach Chair. “Not only is it critical that we help our local community, but it also demonstrates that Thunderbird students are interested in building relationships within the community.”
On Saturday, students volunteered at the following organizations: UMOM, Hospice of the Valley, Arizona Humane Society, Japanese Garden, Valley Life, Red Neck Run, Sun Valley Animal Shelter and Horses Help.
For more information about ThunderCares email Alejandra Fernandez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Thunderbird School of Global Management
Thunderbird is the world’s No.1-ranked school of international business with nearly 70 years of experience in developing leaders with the global mindset, business skills and social responsibility necessary to create real, sustainable value for their organizations, communities and the world. Dedicated to preparing students to be global leaders and committed global citizens, Thunderbird was the first graduate business school to adopt a Professional Oath of Honor. Thunderbird’s global network of alumni numbers 40,000 graduates in more than 140 nations worldwide. The school is sought out by graduate students, working professionals and companies seeking to gain the skills necessary for success in today’s global economy. For more about Thunderbird, visit http://www.thunderbird.edu.
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